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Toronto Raptors vs Brooklyn Nets: Game 7 NBA 2014 Playoffs
National Basketball Association fever is gripping the “Center of the Universe” as Toronto fans are refreshingly head over heals for their Raptors. Similar to the NHL playoffs, there have been a ton of Game 7 series deciders during the NBA playoffs. One of them is the Raptors hosting the Brooklyn Nets in a matineee affair that tips off at 1:00 PM ET, on May 4, 2014, at the Air Canada Centre, in Toronto, Ontario. Expect some Red Rage today!
Toronto Raptors: Look to extend surprising NBA season run
Being as Toronto opened the season with a 36.5 Over/Under regular season win total, at the bodog.ca online sportsbook, OVER bettors and Raptors fans in general have to be very pleased with their 48-34 final tally. The Raptors look to keep the good times rolling as they attempt to cut down the Nets today. A series clinching win means Toronto gets two-time defending Champion Miami in the West Conference semifinals. Advancing to the second round, for just the second time in team history, would be a huge cherry on top of a rock solid season.
Brooklyn Nets: Underachieving Broadway Boys are in tough today
Despite making some big splashes during the off-season, the list includes Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett, the Nets barley created a ripple during the regular season. Bodog may have hooked a few here as Brooklyn’s Over/Under total wins (52.5) was just 3.5 more than their 49-33 record during the 2012-13 season. As the 44-38 roller-coaster style record shows – they didn’t come close to cashing the OVER bet. The average age of the Nets starting eight is 33. If you like Game 7 “experience” you may consider Brooklyn – but these aren’t your Daddies Celtics.
CSB NBA Prediction: Roll with the Raptors and 500 units on the -135 Bodog money line price.
Bodog NBA 2014 Playoff Odds – Toronto Rators vs Brooklyn Nets Game 7
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