Miami Heat +130
The Heat's winning streak has them flirting with history. But it doesn't matter how many regular season games Miami wins if it doesn't repeat as NBA champion.
Oklahoma City Thunder +300
The Thunder proved they can make a deep run in the postseason but can OKC dethrone the mighty Heat if they meet in a finals rematch?
San Antonio Spurs +500
The Spurs continue to play at a high level even with injuries to Tony Parker and Tim Duncan. San Antonio is not only battling a loaded Western Conference but also Father Time.
Los Angeles Clippers +1,200
The Clippers are providing solid value in the West at this price. Los Angeles is desperately fighting to hold on to one of the Top 4 spots in the conference.
Indiana Pacers +2,000
The Pacers aren't going to catch the Heat in the East but will likely finish with one of the Top 4 seeds in the conference come playoff time.
Los Angeles Lakers +2,000
The Lakers have Western Conference contenders sweating with their recent playoff push but how much will Kobe Bryant's ankle injury slow L.A. down?
New York Knicks +2,500
The Knicks have the talent to make a run at the NBA title but injuries to Amar'e Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony could leave New York short come playoff time.
Chicago Bulls +2,500
Even without Derrick Rose, the Bulls have stayed in the race in the Eastern Conference. If their MVP point guard returns, it could lift Chicago to postseason glory.
Denver Nuggets +3,300
The Nuggets are the one team Western Conference contenders don't want to play in the postseason. Denver is deep and owns the best home-court advantage in the NBA.
Memphis Grizzlies +4,000
Memphis has played its way into the No. 3 spot in the West and could make a run at the Spurs and Thunder if it continues its winning ways. Amazing value at this price.
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1* Orlando (7:05 ET): We have two teams at the opposite ends of the spectrum here, but getting the Spurs w/o rest, I think that the Magic are worth a shot plus the points here. The Spurs did win again yday, in convincing fashion, 95-81 over Miami. But this spot reeks of a letdown while Orlando has had four days off to prepare.
San Antonio has now won four straight, all by double digits, as well as seven of their last eight. They're still only sixth in a loaded Western Conference, but I don't think there's a single person right now who feels the defending NBA champs are the sixth best team in their own conference right now. That being said, the Miami to Orlando road trip historically can be a challenge, no different than the Texas road trip that other teams face and the Spurs benefit from. The win streak has SA overvalued coming into this one.
Following last night's win, San Antonio is still only 19-18 SU on the road this season. Meanwhile, Orlando is 3-0 ATS when playing w/ 3+ days rest. Things may not have gone well for the Magic lately (lost 9 of 10), but having lost three straight at home & w/ ample rest they should be ready to compete here. It may not be a "pretty" play, but take advantage of a generous number and go w/ the underdog. 1* Orlando
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