Bookie vs. Bettor: Bucks vs. Celtics Game 5

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Apr/24/2018

Due to the injury situation with the Celtics, the NBA Betting Power Ratings haven't quite gotten in sync. 

Other odds variations include Celtics -4 all books.

82% of the action was on Boston and, as such, the number on this game should be increasing.  Indeed, it has gone from -2.5 to -4.

Assuming a healthy Celtics team, the line should be Boston -5 and possibly stretched to -5.5.

This one is tied and the home team has won the last six head-to-heads, including all four in this Playoffs series.

The Bucks are 1-6 Against The Spread in the last 7 meetings.

The OVER is 10-1-1 in the last 12 meetings in Boston with a total of 203.

- Tony Caliente, Gambling911.com

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