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NBA Preview: Milwaukee Bucks vs. Miami Heat

Written by Gaby Varji   
Friday, 26 April 2013 18:24

Milwaukee Bucks vs. Miami HeatThe NBA playoffs are now underway, and finally we can see the first place Miami Heat in playoff form. On Tuesday they will take on the Milwaukee Bucks at the American Airlines Arena in Miami. They played their first game on Sunday night, and it will be interesting to see if the Bucks can keep up with the seemingly unstoppable Heat on the road. As of right now, the Heat have the upper hand over the Bucks, but only time will tell.

Miami Heat

The Heat finished the regular season an incredible 66-16 finishing first in the Southeastern Division. They were able to take down the Bucks on Sunday night 110-87. Many sports books gave the Heat the favoring odds and it was well worth it as they were able to clear the over/under. After having a great season, the Heat are looking to further their season long campaign to once again by NBA champions.

The Heat have now one nine games in a row, including game one of the series. LeBron James still leads the team in points per game, but is currently on the injured list as a day-to-day since April 17th. Along with Mario Chalmers also listed as day-to-day , but the Heat should not have any other issues regarding their star players who are now mostly healthy and ready for a long haul during the playoffs.

 

Milwaukee Bucks

After losing the first game of the series on Sunday, the Bucks will be hoping to bounce back on Tuesday night. After going 38-44 this season, the Bucks were able to grab the last playoff spot. They have a decent away record going 17-24, but the Heat are 37-4 at home, a tall order for the Bucks to face off against. Many sports betting sites are not giving the Bucks a decent shot at winning this series, but in sports there have been crazier stories.

Many bookies and basketball fans like the Heat to take the series in four games, and the odds are that they will. As of today, the Heat are listed to win by at least over 10 points according to many betonline reviews. If you are looking to make an over/under bet, keep mind that the Heat on average score 102.9 points per game compared to the Buck’s 98.9 points per game. The over/under should be somewhere around the 200 mark on many betting sites. One should definitely keep in mind that the Heat will probably keep winning by at least 20 points if you want to find a way to make some big money during the first round of the playoffs.

 
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