OKC vs. Miami Spread for Game 5 at Heat -3.5

Written by:
Tyrone Black
Published on:
Jun/21/2012
OKC vs. Miami Spread for Game 5 at Heat -3.5

While a few online sportsbooks were still offering the OKC vs. Miami spread for Game 5 of the 2012 NBA Finals at Heat -3, most had moved to -3.5, including Bookmaker.

There was significant betting action on this game with Miami getting around 55 percent of the backing on the spread. 

The Thunder moneyline was getting the second most action at many books.  Around 60 percent of those wagering the moneyline were backing Oklahoma City.  An outright win by OKC pays $14.50 for every $10 bet at Bookmaker

The OVER 193.5 was getting around 85 percent of the total action. 

The majority of future bets had money on the Heat, which were now listed at -525.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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