NBA Series Betting Prices: Sportsbook futures Comparison

The 2013 NBA Finals have arrived. Online sportsbooks such as BetOnline, 5 Dimes and many others are offering NBA Series odds on the championship, against the spread prices, total points, and other NBA betting props. Sportsbook Review.com has assembled a comparison guide of the online sportsbook industry's most competitive NBA series odds.

The 2013 NBA Finals begin on Thursday, June 6th, and Commissioner David Stern must be extremely pleased as we have a marquee matchup this season with the Miami Heat taking on the San Antonio Spurs.

2013 NBA Finals

San Antonio Spurs vs Miami Heat: The current NBA series odds at 5Dimes Sportsbook have Miami at -225. The Spurs will be the more rested team again, as they will be playing with nine days of rest after finishing off their sweep of the Memphis Grizzlies in the Western Conference Finals last Monday. The Heat will be playing on just two days of rest after being extended to seven games by the Indiana Pacers in the Eastern Conference Finals.

The Spurs are accustomed to being well rested at the beginning of a playoff series this season as their cruise through Memphis was their second sweep of the playoffs. The Spurs also swept the Los Angeles Lakers in the first round, with a six-game series vs Golden State sandwiched in between. Interestingly, the Spurs started out sluggishly vs the Warriors after the long rest following the Lakers series, and probably should have lost the first two games at home. They then started out much stronger vs the Grizzlies following a shorter rest after the six-game Warrior series, but now the nine days off is the longest layoff yet. Could the way the Spurs opened up vs the Warriors be a foreshadowing of a slow start in Game 1 here?

The Heat easily swept the Milwaukee Bucks in the first round and then, after an entire week off, were upset in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals by the injury-ravaged Chicago Bulls before regrouping to win the next four games to take the series in five. However, that again resulted in a prolonged rest before the Indiana series, and like the Spurs vs Golden State, the Heat could have easily lost the first two games at home against the Pacers. In other words, it has appeared that long rest has been more of a hindrance than a help in the early games of every round of these playoffs for both of these teams so far. Now, the Heat had been 45-3 in their previous 48 games before losing three games in the Indiana series alone, but remember that the Pacers played Miami better than any other team in the NBA all year long, even winning the season series 2-1. So a case can be made that the Heat already got past the team that gives them the most trouble, and the way these playoffs have gone, being extended to seven games while facing a Spurs team with nine days off can actually be seen as beneficial with Miami having some nice momentum.

If that is true and the Heat win Game 1 at home, do not expect a replay last season when the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Heat in Game 1 but then lost the next four games. The Heat swept two games from the Spurs during the regular season with both games being notable, the second one probably more so in regards to this series. The first meeting was the infamous game where San Antonio Coach Gregg Popovich and the team were fined for sending Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili home before the nationally televised game. With the electricity gone from the building, the San Antonio backups nearly shocked the world but an indifferent Miami team barely survived 105-100.

The second meeting was simultaneously similar to and different than the first meeting. The "similar" part was that one team was resting its superstars, in this case being Miami sitting out LeBron James and Dwayne Wade as it often did at toward the end of the season once its 27-game winning streak was snapped. The "different" part was that while Miami did not take the first meeting vs. the Spurs' reserves all that seriously, the Spurs wanted to send a statement in the rematch even if it was vs. the Miami backups, and do not forger that San Antonio was still battling the Thunder for the top seed in the Western Conference at the time. Instead it was the Heat sending the message as their backups beat the inspired Spurs' starters at San Antonio 88-86.

The reason that the Heat had so much trouble with the Pacers this season is because Indiana may have both the best perimeter defender in the NBA in Paul George and the best interior defender in Roy Hibbert, and both players would have finished higher in the Defensive Player of the Year Award voting if the Pacers would have had more exposure. The Spurs do not really have such formidable defenders, so a Miami offense that ranked fifth in the league in scoring during the regular season with 102.9 points per game can be freer to do its thing in this series, and remember that the Heat will have the best player on the court at all times in league MVP LeBron James. And then there is the Miami defense, which can be as good as any defense in the NBA when the Heat feel like defending. Miami finished fifth during the regular season in points against at 95.0 per game and sixth in field goal percentage against at 44.0 percent, but they could have ranked higher as the defense took lots of nights off with the Heat conserving their energy for the playoffs. Well, mission accomplished as Miami is allowing only 87.6 points per game on 42.9 percent shooting throughout the playoffs.

San Antonio finished fourth in the NBA in scoring during the regular season at 103.0 per game, just 0.1 points ahead of Miami, but a lot of that had to do with their running style, a style that historically has not done well in the playoffs. To wit, the Spurs finished sixth in the league in pace rating at 96.4 possessions per game, meaning that the Heat had the far more efficient offense, averaging just as many points while ranking only 23rd in pace at 93.0 possessions. The Spurs were in the middle of the pack defensively ranking 11th allowing 96.6 points per game, and although that has improved to 91.5 points in the playoffs, they benefitted by facing the depleted Lakers and the punchless Grizzlies, which in no way prepares San Antonio for LeBron & Co.

Miami is simply the better team as long as LeBron avoids injury, and we expect the Heat to get off to a faster start in this series with the fewer days off than they did vs. the Bulls and Pacers. Miami has the more efficient offense to expose a San Antonio defense that is not as good as it has shown in these playoffs, and it has the defense to slow down the Spurs' running game. In the end, look for Miami to repeat as NBA Champions.

Series winner 5Dimes Heritage Bookmaker BetOnline Pinnacle Bet365 WillHill
San Antonio Spurs
Miami Heat
+205
-225
+195
-235
+195
-235
+200
-240
+203
-227
+200
-240
+188
-225


Western Conference Finals

Memphis Grizzlies vs San Antonio Spurs: The current NBA series odds at 5Dimes have Memphis at +120. The fifth seeded Grizzlies got here by disposing of top seeded Oklahoma City Thunder in five games, although Memphis was actually favored in that series due to Russell Westbrook being out for the Thunder. After losing Game 1 in a two-point squeaker, the Grizzlies won the next four games with two of those wins coming in Oklahoma City including the series clincher. The second seeded Spurs had what seemed like a favorable matchup with sixth seeded Golden State, but it was hardly a cakewalk early on as the Spurs needed a miraculous comeback to win Game 1 and then lost Game 2, with those games coming at home. San Antonio's vast post-season experience edge and huge coaching advantage showed the rest of the series though as the Spurs settled things down and ultimately prevailed in six games. San Antonio is deservedly the favorite here but we are calling for the Grizzlies to pull the upset. As the old adage goes, "defense win championships", and the Grizzlies led the NBA during the regular season in points against at just 89.3 per game. Well, they have continued to play fine defense in these playoffs allowing 92.4 points per game on 43.5 percent shooting, but they are also averaging 97.2 points themselves after ranking only 27th in scoring during the regular year at 93.4 points per contest. Zach Randolph (19.7 points, 9.3 rebounds per game in playoffs), Marc Gasol (18.3 points, 7.9 rebounds) and Mike Conley (17.6 points, 7.6 assists) have all stepped up during the post-season, and when you combine those contributions with the way the Grizzlies play defense, you get an amazing 10-0 ATS run beginning with Game 2 of Memphis's first round series vs. the Los Angeles Clippers. Now we have all the respect in the world for San Antonio Coach Gregg Popovich and for the entire San Antonio organization, but if the Warriors can steal one game in San Antonio and very nearly steal the first two games, we are very confident that the red-hot Grizzlies can win one of the first two games on the road. And unlike Golden State, we do not think Memphis will let the Spurs off the hook as the Grizzlies are an excellent home team, winning 19 of their last 20 games at FedExForum and now sitting at 37-9 there overall this year including 5-0 in the playoffs. We totally get that the proud Spurs will not go down without a fight and they have a considerable coaching edge in this series as usual. However, their veterans can be physically beaten up by the younger and stronger Memphis frontcourt, and the calf injury to Tony Parker may be enough to put him and Conley at the same level right now in the backcourt. Look for the Grizzlies' physicality to take its toll on San Antonio in the fourth quarter of games and for Memphis to pull the upset to advance to the NBA Finals.

 

 

Series winner 5Dimes Heritage Bookmaker BetOnline Pinnacle YouWager
Memphis Grizzlies
San Antonio Spurs
+2000
-2700
+1595
-3395
+2000
-4000
+1500
-3000
+2200
-3500
OTB


Eastern Conference Finals

Indiana Pacers vs Miami Heat: The current NBA series odds at Pinnacle Sports have Miami at -690. After taking Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals vs. the Chicago Bulls, the Heat won the next four games with most of those victories coming handily to advance to these Eastern Conference Finals. The Heat were the best team in the NBA during the regular season while going 37-2 over the last 39 games, and their humongous class edge showed both vs. the Bulls and vs. the Milwaukee Bucks on the first round. Granted, Miami is taking a jump in class here vs. the Pacers, who finished off the New York Knicks in six games. The Pacers are capable of causing any team problems because they play the best defense in the Eastern Conference, in fact finishing second in the NBA behind only the Memphis Grizzlies during the regular season in points against at 90.7 per game while leading the entire league in both field goal percentage allowed at 42.0 percent and in three-point defense at 32.7 percent. Then again, that is what happens when the same team boasts both one of the best perimeter defenders in the league in Paul George and one of the best interior defenders in Roy Hibbert. Indiana even won the first two meetings vs. the Heat this season, although both wins came at home and before Miami's late-season power surge. The third and final meeting came in Miami while the Heat were in the midst of their streak, and instead of Indiana making a statement, the Pacers were demolished 105-91 in a game that was not even as close as that final score, as the 14-point final margin was the closest Indiana came after the Heat built a 23-point lead. That game could be much more of a precursor of how this series will go than the two meetings earlier in the season in Indiana, and the scary part is that the Heat put up 105 points on the stiff Indiana defense with LeBron James being held to just 13 points with George defending him most of the time. James did do a good job of finding his teammates though as he did have seven assists, and his passing ability puts the Pacers in a major bind here as they must decide whether to throw everything at James only to have his teammates slice through the Pacers' defense again or just guard him straight up and hope for the best, and we fear they would not be happy with that outcome either given James's unconscious form over the second half of the year. Do not expect another mental lapse by the Heat like they had against the Bulls as we do not see Miami losing any home games in this series. We do respect Indiana's defense enough though that we expect the Pacers to win one game in Indiana, most likely in Game 3, before Miami makes a huge statement with a road win in Game 4 to take a stranglehold of this series.

 

 

 

 

Series winner 5Dimes Heritage Bookmaker BetOnline Pinnacle YouWager
Indiana Pacers
Miami Heat
+645
-815
+580
-880
+640
-920
+620
-800
+630
-830
OTB


Western Conference Semifinals

Memphis Grizzlies vs Oklahoma City Thunder: The current NBA series odds at Bookmaker have Oklahoma City at +105. Personally we feel that the wrong team is favored here as the Thunder earned the top seed in the Western Conference and the home court advantage that comes with it, and while the loss of Russell Westbrook for the rest of the post-season to a meniscus tear in his right knee is obviously a big blow, these odds seem to be grossly over-adjusted because of it. Yes, Westbrook is quite possibly the best second option in the NBA, but Reggie Jackson has been good enough in place of Westbrook, averaging 17.3 points in the last four games of the first round vs. the Houston Rockets, to merit the respect of opposing defenses, which is really all that the Thunder can ask for when they have a superstar like Kevin Durant as their first option. Now, there has been a lot of sentiment toward Memphis in this series because its defense led the NBA in points allowed at 89.3 per game while ranking third in field goal percentage against and second in three-point defense, and as the old adage says, "Defense wins championships!" However, what often gets overlooked is that Oklahoma City is also defensively sound. The Thunder finished ninth in the NBA in points against at 96.5 per game, and that figure would have been lower if not for the fast pace the Thunder like to play at, and they actually finished second in field goal percentage allowed at 42.5 percent, one spot ahead of Memphis! Add in the fact that Oklahoma is the better offensive team even without Westbrook and getting the Thunder as small underdogs simply oozes value.

 

 

 

 

Series winner 5Dimes Heritage Bookmaker BetOnline Pinnacle YouWager
Memphis Grizzlies
Oklahoma City Thunder
-280
+255
-320
+270
-310
+260
-305
+255
-290
+250
OTB


Golden State Warriors vs San Antonio Spurs: The current NBA series odds at 5Dimes have San Antonio at -825. First of all, congratulations to the Warriors for springing the biggest upset of the first round as they knocked off the third seeded Denver Nuggets, a series win made possible by winning Game 2 in Denver, where the Nuggets had lost only three games all season. Hopefully, Golden State now feels a sense of contentment because this series should be the end of the line! The San Antonio Spurs frustrated their supporters down the stretch be going a dreadful 3-15 ATS in their last 18 regular season games while Coach Gregg Popovich continuously rested his star players despite the fact that the Spurs were locked in a battle with the Thunder for the top seed in the West. Popovich has always prioritized having his stars ready for the playoffs ahead of seeding, and as usual it looked like Popovich knew what he was doing as the Spurs easily swept the Los Angeles Lakers, winning those games by an average of +18.8 points with the closest win being by 11 points. The Spurs were fine offensively all season, ranking fourth in the league with 103.0 points per game, but as oftentimes happens they have buckled down defensively during the playoffs, limiting the Lakers to 85.3 points per game on 44.2 percent shooting. A combination of that superior defense and a humongous edge in playoff experience should simply prove too much for the young Warriors to overcome, especially since San Antonio defends the perimeter so well, which would take away Golden State's best asset in three-point shooting.

 

 

 

 

Series winner 5Dimes Heritage Bookmaker BetOnline Pinnacle YouWager
Golden State Warriors
San Antonio Spurs
+258
-285
+240
-290
+240
-280
+245
-290
+256
-296
OTB


Eastern Conference Semifinals

Indiana Pacers vs New York Knicks: The current NBA series odds at Pinnacle have Indiana at +172. Finally, after picking all eight favorites in the first round and after picking only a lukewarm underdog in Oklahoma City so far in the second round, we have come across a nice sized underdog that we are picking to upset. The Pacers easily have the best defense in the Eastern Conference this season, as Indiana finished second in the NBA in points allowed during the year at 90.7 per game while leading the entire league in both field goal percentage allowed at 42.0 percent and three-point defense at 32.7 percent. The Pacers will no doubt focus their efforts on containing the leading scorer in the NBA in Carmelo Anthony, who is now also the leading playoff scorer in the Eastern Conference at 29.2 points per game. But for all of Anthony's heroics, the Knicks still averaged only 87.7 points while beating the Boston Celtics in six games, which should give you an idea about the limitations of the rest of the offense. And keep in mind that the Indiana defense is far superior to Boston's, so if Anthony gets as frustrated as we expect, we could very easily see the Pacers stealing one of the first two games in New York, and the last time the Knick traveled to Indiana, the Pacers prevailed 125-91! Indiana's success at home continued with three easy wins at Bankers Life Fieldhouse over the Atlanta Hawks in the first round by 17, 15 and 23 points respectively, so if the Pacers steal a game on the road as we expect, do not expect them to give home court advantage back to the Knicks.

 

 

 

 

Series winner 5Dimes Heritage Bookmaker BetOnline Pinnacle YouWager
Indiana Pacers
New York Knicks
-315
+285
-330
+270
OTB -325
+270
-318
+272
OTB


Chicago Bulls vs Miami Heat: The current NBA series odds at 5Dimes have Miami at -2250. The Bulls relied on all of their playoff experience and guile vs. the Brooklyn Nets as they were so badly outmanned with a decimated roster right now, and to their credit they found a way to advance in seven games by stealing Game 7 on the road. Chicago obviously has a ton of heart and it is now catching a Heat team that may be rusty after being off for over a week. Unfortunately, that may only net the Bulls one win in this series vs. what is easily the best team in the NBA this season. Yes, the Bulls beat Miami twice during the regular season with the latest win snapping the Heat's 27-game winning streak, but we have seen this movie before as the Bulls won the season series from Miami two years ago and that did not stop the Heat from beating the Bulls in five games in the Eastern Finals. And that was with the Bulls at full strength with a healthy Derrick Rose and owning the home court advantage. The Bulls do not have time to get healthier here with only one day off between Game 7 of the first round and Game 1 of this series and do not expect to see Rose at all this year. On paper this should be a sweep, but we are giving the Bulls one win because of the amazing courage they showed in the first round, as they should have the motivational edge in every game with the Heat simply knowing that they are the better team by far.

 

 

 

 

Series winner 5Dimes Heritage Bookmaker BetOnline Pinnacle
Chicago Bulls
Miami Heat
OTB OTB OTB OTB OTB

 

 

Eastern Conference: Round One

Milwaukee Bucks vs Miami Heat: The current NBA series odds at Heritage Sports (SBR rating A) have Miami at -14730. No, that is not a typo and Heritage is currently offering the lowest odds that we have seen for the series. Much was made of the fact that the Heat rested their superstars down the stretch, and despite that, Miami ended the season by winning 37 of its last 39 games! The scary part is that the Heat did not treat the regular season seriously in the first two years that LeBron James was with the team before flipping the switch for the playoffs, so is it possible that the Heat could actually get better? We rarely say this, but the Bucks have practically no shot of winning this series and their only hope of stealing one game is via turnovers, as Milwaukee was second in the NBA in forcing turnovers and Miami was 14th in committing them. We do not count on that though and are calling for the clean sweep, so finding a "Heat in 4" bet at plus odds could be the best bet here.

 

Series winner 5Dimes Heritage Bookmaker BetOnline Pinnacle YouWager
Milwaukee Bucks
Miami Heat
OTB OTB OTB OTB OTB OTB


Boston Celtics vs NY Knicks: The current NBA series odds at Bookmaker (SBR rating A+) have New York at -380. While the Heat received all the publicity over the second half of the season, and deservedly so, the Knicks closed out on a 16-2 run that included handing the Heat one of their two losses in their last 39 games, and that was in Miami. That 16-2 run also included a road win over the top seeds in the West, the Oklahoma City Thunder, and the final Knick loss came in the second to last game vs. the Charlotte Bobcats with the entire starting lineup resting, meaning New York really only lost one meaningful game from March 18th onward. Now the Celtics did win the first meeting between these teams this year at Madison Square Garden before the Knicks won the last three matchups with two of those wins coming in Boston, but the Celtics looked more "old" than "experienced" down the stretch and it does not help that Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett are playing through nagging injuries. We feel that the Celtics will have enough pride to win one game in Boston, but that should be it.

 

 

Series winner 5Dimes Heritage Bookmaker BetOnline Pinnacle YouWager
Boston Celtics
New York Knicks
OTB OTB OTB OTB OTB OTB


Atlanta Hawks vs Indiana Pacers: The current NBA series odds at 5Dimes (SBR rating A+) have Indiana at -365. The Pacers could be the most vulnerable favorite in the East as, after appearing to have a pretty good hold on the two-seed, they just collapsed down the stretch and lost five of their last six games straight up while going 0-6 ATS in those games, as they needed to rally at home just to beat the lowly Cleveland Cavaliers by five points for the only win. Indiana finished second in the NBA in points against at 90.7 per game trailing only the Memphis Grizzlies, but the Pacers allowed 101.2 points per game over the aforementioned last six games. The fact that we are still picking Indiana to win in six games should give you an idea of how little regard we have for the Hawks. First of all, it was fairly apparent that Atlanta tanked its last two games to drop to the sixth seed, as that allowed them to face the Pacers instead of the red-hot Brooklyn Nets and it also avoids a possible second round matchup with Miami. Unfortunately, we simply feel that the Hawks are at best a middle-of-the-road team and they have a recent history of easily folding in the playoffs when things are not going their way. Look for the Indiana defense to return to form and for Atlanta to crack under pressure.

 

 

 

 

Series winner 5Dimes Heritage Bookmaker BetOnline Pinnacle YouWager
Atlanta Hawks
Indiana Pacers
+480
-570
OTB +450
-650
+475
-605
+440
-590
OTB


Chicago Bulls vs Brooklyn Nets: The current NBA series odds at Pinnacle Sports (SBR rating A+) have Brooklyn at -137. Most experts feel that this will be the most competitive of the four Eastern Conference series, especially after the Bulls went 3-1 both straight up and against the spread in the four regular season meetings. We disagree and actually feel that the Nets at only -131 offers the best value of any of the eight playoff series, and that is entirely due to the Brooklyn backcourt of Deron Williams and Joe Johnson. Besides the fact that both of those players have a lot of playoff experience, who on the Bulls is going to guard them? The Nets played their best basketball of the season down the stretch while winning six of their last seven games including road wins at Indiana and Boston, and the prolific Brooklyn backcourt sparked that run. Assuming that we do not see Derrick Rose in this series, the huge advantage that Williams and Johnson have over the likes of Chicago guards Jimmy Butler and Kirk Hinrich appears to supersede any small edges that the Bulls have elsewhere.

 

 

 

 

Series winner 5Dimes Heritage Bookmaker BetOnline Pinnacle YouWager
Chicago Bulls
Brooklyn Nets
-435
+385
-470
+370
-430
+340
-445
+370
-400
+346
OTB


Western Conference: Round One

 

 

Houston Rockets vs. Oklahoma City Thunder : The current NBA series odds at BetOnline have Oklahoma City at -1700. The Thunder kept playing games as if they mattered down the stretch while the San Antonio Spurs continued to rest their veterans despite being in a battle for the top seed, and as a result the Thunder finished with the best record in the West by two games to draw the Rockets, whose style of play is not conducive to playoff basketball. The Thunder are an extremely well balanced team that ranked third in league in points scored but also ninth in points against and second in field goal percentage allowed defensively, as the dirty work on that end of the floor by Serge Ibaka and Thabo Sefolosha often gets overlooked. The Rockets finished second in the NBA in scoring and they played at the fastest pace in the league, but they treated defense as an afterthought ranking 28th in points against and that will be their demise vs. an NBA Championship contender. We do think that the Rockets will have one big game at home though to avoid the sweep.

 

 

Series winner 5Dimes Heritage Bookmaker BetOnline Pinnacle YouWager
Houston Rockets
Oklahoma City Thunder
OTB OTB OTB OTB OTB OTB


Los Angeles Lakers vs San Antonio Spurs: The current NBA series odds at 5Dimes have San Antonio at -850. We do not think that even the referees will prevent the Spurs from putting the Lakers out of their misery in the opening round here. Yes, San Antonio hardly tried down the stretch while burning the money of its supporters, going 3-15 against the spread in its last 18 games including ending the year on an 0-7 ATS run. Now, skeptics feel that will make it difficult for the Spurs to flip the switch now, but remember that Coach Gregg Popovich has always placed a higher priority on having his players ready for the playoffs than he has on seeding and the Spurs have generally responded well in the past, so there is really no reason to believe otherwise this year. The Lakers won their last five games and eight of their last nine to not only make the playoffs when that appeared to be in doubt for a while, but also move up to the seventh seed. Still, no Kobe Bryant means very little chance of winning this series.

 

 

 

 

Series winner 5Dimes Heritage Bookmaker BetOnline Pinnacle YouWager
Los Angeles Lakers
San Antonio Spurs
OTB OTB OTB OTB OTB OTB


Golden State Warriors vs Denver Nuggets: The current NBA series odds at Pinnacle Sports have Denver at -410. This series is the closest we came to calling for an upset, but in the end, do not be surprised if the home team wins every single game, giving third seeded Denver the edge. Yes, the Nuggets do not have that one superstar that can be considered the "go to" guy at crunch time and Danilo Gallinari (16.2 points per game) was recently lost for the season to a torn ACL, but Denver has excellent depth and is the true definition of a "team". Plus they had the best home record in the NBA going 38-3 in the altitude, winning their last 23 home games! The Warriors are young and exciting and they led the NBA in three-point shooting, but their lack of post-season experience hurts, especially if things do come down to a winner-take-all Game 7 at a practically impossible road environment for a young team. We do concede that the Warriors will also be tough to beat in Oakland while feeding off of the energy of the home crowd, so this to us looks like the best series of all.

 

 

 

 

Series winner 5Dimes Heritage Bookmaker BetOnline Pinnacle YouWager
Golden State Warriors
Denver Nuggets
-255
+235
-265
+225
-260
+220
+265
-225
+260
-224
OTB


Memphis Grizzlies vs Los Angeles Clippers: The current NBA series odds at Bovada (SBR rating A) have the Clippers at -160. While the Grizzlies had the best scoring defense in the NBA this season, and as the adage goes, "defense wins championships", the Clippers were not far behind defensively, so the fact that the Clippers have the much better offense should decide this series. The Clippers finished fourth in the NBA in points against, but they combined that with the league's ninth best scoring offense at 101.1 points per game. Also, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan seem to have the edge athletically over the more defensive-minded but slower footed Memphis frontline of Zach Randolph and Marc Gasol, and there is no doubt that Chris Paul is the best point guard in this series. The Grizzlies only ranked 27th in scoring with 93.4 points per game and the Clippers may have already made a statement against them by going into Memphis and winning 91-87 on April 13th in the game that probably determined home court advantage in this series.

 

 

Series winner 5Dimes Heritage Bookmaker BetOnline Pinnacle YouWager
Memphis Grizzlies
Los Angeles Clippers
+162
-172
+160
-180
+160
-180
+155
-175
+158
-175
OTB

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Posters' Poll Pts Rating
#1 5Dimes 675
#2 Heritage 665
#3 Bookmaker 380
#4 Pinnacle 310
#5 BetOnline 165
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