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Thunder Mavs Line has Dallas as 5.5 Point Favorite

Written by:
Tyrone Black
Published on:
May/15/2011
Thunder Mavs Line

The Thunder Mavs line was coming in at Dallas -5.5 at SBG Global following Oklahoma City’s win over Memphis to advance into the Western Conference Finals. 

Kevin Durant followed up a seriously disappointing Game 6 with the fourth-highest scoring total for any player in his first Game 7, 39.  The top notch performance helped Oklahoma City to a 105-90 victory over the Grizzlies Sunday afternoon.

"Durant is a special player, one of the best players in the NBA," said Memphis star Zach Randolph. "The kid is a gym rat, he works hard. He's one of my favorite players. You've got to give him kudos and give him respect.

"You see what he does night in and night out and he's just relentless."

The Thunder Mavs game will be played Tuesday at 9 pm ET. 

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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