Spurs vs. Heat Betting Line – 2013 NBA Finals Game 1

Written by:
Tyrone Black
Published on:
Jun/04/2013
Spurs vs. Heat Betting Line – 2013 NBA Finals Game 1

The Spurs vs. Heat betting line for the 2013 NBA Finals Game 1 had Miami as a -5.5 favorite at home at BetOnline, which was offering up to $900 in FREE BETS for new customers here.

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While the Spurs easily took care of business in the West against Memphis, Miami had to endure 7 games to get the job done against Indiana.

The Heat are listed at -240 to win the NBA Championship while San Antonio would pay out $20 for every $10 bet.

Miami has won the last four in this overall series against San Antonio with the Spurs failing to cover in three of those games.

Game 1 will be played Thursday at 9 pm EDT.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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