NBA Playoff Odds April 22 – Falcons vs. Pacers, Nets vs. Raptors, Wizards-Bulls

Written by:
Tyrone Black
Published on:
Apr/22/2014
NBA Playoff Odds April 22 – Falcons vs. Pacers, Nets vs. Raptors, Wizards-Bulls

Gambling911.com has your NBA Playoff odds for April 22 courtesy of Bookmaker where each of these games can be bet on LIVE IN-PLAY right up to the final second of action.  

Falcons +7.5 PacersAtlanta stunned Indiana in Game 1.  Oddsmakers have made the Pacers a -7.5 favorite across the board with virtually zero line movement with the noteworthy exception of the Mirage in Vegas moving to -8.

The Falcons have won their last two games against the Pacers and they have won 7 of their last 10 games overall.  Indiana, on the other hand, has lost 6 of their last 10 games overall.

Nets +4.5 Raptors – If there is an underdog that is most likely to advance, it’s probably the Brooklyn Nets.  The team got off to a slow start this season following early high expectations.  They started to pick up steam down the road however.

But the Raptors have also been red hot. 

While the Nets have won the last two games against Toronto, these two teams have split wins and losses over their last 10 meetings.

The Raptors are 0-3-1 Against The Spread in their last 4 home games.

Wizards +5.5 Bulls – Over the last seven meetings between these two teams we’ve noticed an interesting pattern.  Washington wins two, followed by a Chicago win, followed by two Washington wins, followed by a Chicago win.  With the Wizards having won the last game, we’re left wondering if this pattern might continue into Game 2 of the Playoffs series.

The Wizards are 5-0 Against The Spread in the last 5 meetings in Chicago, 7-2 ATS in the last 9 meetings and 5-0 ATS in their last 5 games overall.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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