NBA Betting Lines – April 27: Bulls-Wizards, Clippers-Warriors, More

Written by:
Tyrone Black
Published on:
Apr/26/2014
NBA Betting Lines – April 27: Bulls-Wizards, Clippers-Warriors, More

Gambling911.com has your NBA betting lines for April 27 on Sunday’s four Playoffs games. Use your credit card to bet this game LIVE, every play right up to the final minute at BetOnline and claim up to $1000 in FREE BETS here.

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The Bulls-Wizards line had Washington as a -1.5 favorite.  For the most part these two teams have played one another well over the past three seasons but Washington comes into this Playoffs series 2-1.

The Clippers-Warriors game should be interesting with the distractions surrounding Clippers owner Donald Sterling.  LA was a -2 favorite.  While the Clippers are up 2-1 in this Playoffs series, Golden State has played well against LA in recent seasons and covered the +2.5 spread in Game 3.

Toronto comes into Brooklyn as a +4 underdog and 1-2 in this Playoffs series.  These two teams have split wins and losses Against The Spread over the past three seasons.

Portland is a -2 favorite against Houston Sunday.  The Trailblazers are 1-7 Against The Spread in Sunday games.  Portland is up 2-1 in this series.

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NBA - Apr 27

 

Apr 27

753

CHICAGO

+1½-110

o183-110

+105

 

1:00 PM

754

WASHINGTON

-1½-110

u183-110

-125

 

Apr 27

755

LA CLIPPERS

-2-110

o209½-110

-135

 

3:30 PM

756

GOLDEN STATE

+2-110

u209½-110

+115

 

Apr 27

757

TORONTO

+4-110

o192-110

+155

 

7:00 PM

758

BROOKLYN

-4-110

u192-110

-175

 

Apr 27

759

HOUSTON

+2-110

o214½-110

+115

 

9:35 PM

760

PORTLAND

-2-110

u214½-110

-135

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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