Sport Betting Australia 2013 NBA Playoffs

Trying to separate sport betting Australia and online sports book betting is like separating peanut butter and jelly. It’s a match made in heaven and breaking it up would just be plain rude. It’s just pretty much like how it’s impossible to take away the excitement from the NBA Playoffs. Online sports book betting has been buzzing louder and louder with this year’s playoff season. Although there are some lopsided matchups, there’s some pretty exciting series that can go either way anytime. After two days of NBA playoff games, sport betting Australia is taking a look at the development of the matchups across the two conferences. With all teams having played once, it’s easier to see where the series are going. Starting from the eastern to the western conference, here’s a take on the likely results that the playoff matchups will lead to.

Miami Heat and Milwaukee Bucks In game 1 of the series, the Heat was able to do what every basketball fan expected them to. They beat the helpless Bucks for a blowout win. Although the Bucks can do better, it’ll never be good enough to compete against the Heat. What we’re looking right is a very likely 4-0 sweep by the Heat.

New York Knicks and Boston Celtics If there’s one thing that’s evident in game 1 for the Celtics, it’s the fact that the team is no longer in its old defensive form. They also clearly lack the ability to consistently generate offense, which further stresses how the team misses Rajon Rondo’s ability to create offense. The Knicks, on the other hand, was impressive. The team is playing great like they did all season long. I give the series a 4-1 end in favor of the Knicks. The one game for the Celtics is a nod to their pride.

Indiana Pacers and Atlanta Hawks In game 1, the Hawks were simply outmatched by the Pacers at both ends of the court. The terrible defense of the Hawks made the Pacers looked like a great offensive team. On the offensive end of the floor, they got strangled by the Pacers’ defense. I see this series going 4-1 with the Pacers giving away one game due to complacence of battling a terrible team.

Brooklyn Nets and Chicago Bulls The Nets had a strong shooting night in game 1 while the Bulls seemed to have forgotten their defense in their hotel rooms. However, I do not expect this to continue, and I see the Bulls being able to catch-up and make the series competitive. Still, I think the Nets are still going to win this series 4-3.