Where the action is: Saturday's NBA playoffs

We check in with online sportsbook CarbonSports.ag about the flow of action coming in on Saturday’s NBA playoff games.

Brooklyn Nets at Chicago BullsOpen: -3, Move: -2.5

After opening at Bulls -3, the line for Game 4 is seemingly settling in at Chicago -2.5 across the board. The action is pretty split at this point, with bettors slightly leaning on the Bulls (55 percent) plus the points. As for the total, 55 percent of the action is on the under (177).

Los Angeles Clippers at Memphis Grizzlies
Open: -4, Move: -3.5

The Grizzlies played to a 94-82 victory in Game 3 and will try to pull even in the series as 3.5-point favorites. Memphis opened as high as a 4-point favorite at some Vegas books, but the number was quickly bet down to Grizz -3.5. Just over 53 percent of bettors are siding with the Clippers +3.5 but the real action is on the total. Over 80 percent of bettors are on the over (177.5).

Indiana Pacers at Atlanta HawksOpen: -2, Move: -2.5

The Pacers have won the first two games in this series by an average of 16 points, but now the scene shifts to Atlanta for Game 3. The Hawks opened as 2-point favorites and the line has progressed to Atlanta -2.5 at some books as of Saturday afternoon. CarbonSports is reporting a heavy lean on the Pacers +2 (80 percent) and almost 85 percent of the cash is on the over (190).

Oklahoma City Thunder at Houston RocketsOpen: +3, Move: -1, Move: +1

News of Russell Westbrook’s injury wreaked havoc on this line Friday afternoon. The Rockets opened as 3-point dogs at most shops but the line swung all the way to Houston -1 temporarily, and that wasn't enough to stop the influx of cash on OKC. Over 90 percent of the action is on the Thunder moneyline and 65 percent of bettors are backing the under (206).

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