Sunday's NBA Playoff Odds


(TheSpread) – The NBA Playoffs continue with first round action on Sunday. Here is a look at the odds for the four games set to take place today.

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The featured game on the day has the San Antonio Spurs hosting the Los Angeles Lakers at 3:30PM ET (View Matchup). According to oddsmakers at, the Spurs are favored at home, as they have odds of -8.5 points against the Lakers. The over/under total for this game has been set at 189.5 points. San Antonio is 58-24 on the season, 35-6 at home and 39-41-2 against the spread. Los Angeles is 45-37 overall, 16-25 overall and 34-46-2 against the spread. The Spurs won two of the three meetings with the Lakers during the season, but Los Angeles has covered the spread in the last two meetings.

The other featured game on the day has the Miami Heat hosting the Milwaukee Bucks at 7PM ET (View Matchup). According to oddsmakers, the Heat are the clear favorite at home, as they have odds of -13 points against the Bucks. The over/under total for the game has been set at 199 points. Miami went 66-16 overall this season, 37-4 at home and 46-36 against the spread. Milwaukee is 38-44 overall, 17-24 on the road and 37-45 against the spread. Miami won three of the four meetings with the Bucks this season, but the two teams split the spread in the four games.

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

2013 NBA Playoffs Odds & Over/Under Totals for Sunday, April 21

709 Atlanta Hawks +6.5 (185.5)

710 Indiana Pacers -6.5

711 Los Angeles Lakers +8.5 (189.5)

712 San Antonio Spurs -8.5

713 Milwaukee Bucks +13 (199)

714 Miami Heat -13

715 Houston Rockets +10 (213.5)

716 Oklahoma City Thunder -10

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