Saturday's NBA Playoff Odds


(TheSpread) – The NBA Playoffs gets started on Saturday with a set of four games. Here is a look at the odds and over/under totals for each of the four games.

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The featured game on the day has the New York Knicks hosting the Boston Celtics in Game 1 of their playoff series at 3PM ET (View Matchup). According to oddsmakers at, the Knicks are the favorite at home, as they have odds of -7 points against the Celtics. The over/under total for the game has been set at 189.5 points. New York was 54-28 on the season, 31-10 at home and 46-34-2 against the spread. Boston was 41-40 on the season, 14-27 on the road and 36-42-3 against the spread. New York has won and covered in three straight against the Celtics.

The other featured game on the day has the Los Angeles Clippers hosting the Memphis Grizzlies at 10:30PM ET (View Matchup). According to oddsmakers, the Clippers are favored at home, as they have odds of -5 points against the Grizzlies. The over/under total for this game has been set at 178 points. Both teams enter the game at 56-26 overall. Memphis is 24-17 on the road and 46-34-2 against the spread. Los Angeles is 32-9 at home and 45-37 against the spread. The road team has won five of the last six in this series, but the Clippers are 4-1 against the spread in their last five against Memphis.

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For odds and point totals for each of Saturday’s games, see below.

2013 NBA Playoffs Odds & Over/Under Totals for Saturday, April 20

701 Boston Celtics +7 (189.5)

702 New York Knicks -7

703 Golden State Warriors +7.5 (210.5)

704 Denver Nuggets -7.5

705 Chicago Bulls +5 (181.5)

706 Brooklyn Nets -5

707 Memphis Grizzlies +5 (178)

708 Los Angeles Clippers -5

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