Hawks vs. Pacers Series Odds


(TheSpread) – The Indiana Pacers are one of the top candidates to possibly upset Miami in the NBA Playoffs. To do so, the Pacers will need to get past the Atlanta Hawks in the first round.

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This series is part of the Eastern Conference playoffs with the Pacers as the No. 3 seed and the Hawks as the No. 6 seed (View Matchup). According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, the Pacers are the favorite to win this series, as they have odds of -380 to win, while the Hawks have odds of +290 to prevail. This series gets started on Sunday with Game 1 taking place at 1PM ET in Indiana.

Indiana comes into the playoffs with a 49-32 overall record, a 30-11 record at home and a 19-21 record on the road. Atlanta went 44-38 overall this season, going 25-16 at home and 19-22 on the road. These two teams met up four times during the regular season and the season series was split 2-2, with the home team picking up the victory in each of the four meetings. Atlanta has won six of its last 10 against Indiana, and the Hawks have the only road win in the last 10 games in this series.

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For the odds to win this series and the schedule for each game, see below

2013 NBA Playoffs Series Odds – Hawks vs. Pacers

889 Atlanta Hawks +290

890 Indiana Pacers -380

Hawks vs. Pacers Playoff Schedule

Game 1: ATL at IND, Sunday, April 21 1PM ET

Game 2: ATL at IND, Wednesday, April 24 7:30PM ET

Game 3: IND at ATL, Saturday, April 27 7PM ET

Game 4: IND at ATL, Monday, April 29 8PM ET

Game 5: ATL at IND, TBA (if necessary)

Game 6: IND at ATL, TBA (if necessary)

Game 7: ATL at IND, TBA (if necessary)

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