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2013 NBA Finals, Game 2: Spurs vs. Heat

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Sunday, 09 June 2013 16:24

2013 NBA Finals, Game 2 OddsThe Miami Heat have just finished a bruising Eastern Conference Finals series. As the NBA Finals move to Game 2, the champions have to stay locked in against San Antonio.

2013 NBA Finals, Game 2:

San Antonio Spurs @ Miami Heat – Sunday, June 9

In an online casino, it is hard to know which numbers matter. Will Game 2 provide the same dynamics as Game 1 of the NBA Finals? Probably not. Can San Antonio turn this probability into an advantage?

Regardless of the pay per head sites you prefer, you will have to acknowledge that San Antonio and Miami did not field their normal starting fives in their two regular season matchups.

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Lebron Ready to Take Heat on His Back Versus Spurs in NBA Finals

Written by Gaby Varji   
Thursday, 06 June 2013 08:09

2013 Lebron James NBA Finals OddsSix years ago this month, Lebron James led the Cleveland Cavaliers in to the 2007 NBA Finals with one of the most impressive individual playoff performances of this past sportsbook reviews decade, only to be eliminated by the San Antonio Spurs with four-straight losses. Fast-forward to the 2013 NBA Finals, and Lebron is set to lead the Miami Heat in their third-straight NBA Finals appearance and another date with the Spurs. A lot has changed in the time in between, and this time around Lebron is ready to take his team on his back and lead Miami to a second-straight NBA Championship.

Lebron is a much different player now than he was then, as he has grown tremendously as the league’s biggest superstar over the past six years. The four-time MVP has become the most dominant player in the game, with a little touch of many of the greats that played the game before him. A physical specimen the likes of which the NBA has never seen before, Lebron is a massive 6’8’’, 250-pound monster that plays with the speed, vision, and quickness of a much smaller player but still takes care of business at both ends of the floor with his size and strength.

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2013 NBA Betting: Preview For The NBA Finals

Written by Matt Stevens   
Monday, 03 June 2013 22:42

Preview For The NBA FinalsThe NBA Finals have not been set. The matchup won’t be in place until Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals runs its course on Monday night. Let’s preview both possible matchups.

2013 NBA Finals:

Indiana Pacers or Miami Heat vs. San Antonio Spurs

If Indiana Plays San Antonio

When making your next play at any of the premier sports betting sites on the market, it is prudent to realize that one team’s strengths in a given matchup might not show up against another team. At the very least, those strengths – even if visible – might not carry as much weight or influence.

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NBA Playoffs Free Picks: Pacers vs. Heat Game 5

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Thursday, 30 May 2013 08:05

Free Picks: Pacers vs. Heat Game 5Indiana Pacers @ Miami Heat – Thursday (Series tied 2-2)

The best online sportsbook experts kind of figured that this Eastern Conference final between the Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers was going to take a few games to settle. As it stands right now, the series will go at least six games and no one is really able to make a confident guess as to which team will come out the winner. At this point, this is still anyone’s series and the Pacers are definitely not withering in the presence of the Heat.

The reason that the sportsbook agents suspected this series would take at least six games is the way that the Pacers played the Heat in the regular season. Normally, the regular season has almost no bearing on how the playoffs will turn out. But the Indiana Pacers have managed to maintain the defensive dominance they had over the Heat in these playoffs. Miami has had a couple of games where they scored a lot more points that the Pacers would have liked. But, for the most part, the Pacers have been able to keep the Miami Heat under control and have avoided allowing Miami to sustain long periods where the Heat can score at will. If Miami wants to defend its NBA title, it is going to have to figure out how to beat Indiana.

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