Monday's NBA Playoff Odds


(TheSpread) – The NBA Playoffs have two games taking place on Monday. Here is a look at the odds and over/under totals for each of the two games.

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The lone game of the day is a Game 4 in the Western Conference with the Memphis Grizzlies hosting the Oklahoma City Thunder at 9:30PM ET (View Matchup), with Memphis leading the series 2-1. According to oddsmakers at, Memphis is the favorite to win this game, as the Grizzlies have odds of -4.5 points against the Thunder. The over/under total for this game has been set at 184.5 points. Memphis is 62-29 overall, 36-9 at home and 54-35-2 against the spread. Oklahoma City is 65-26 overall, 28-17 on the road and 52-37-2 against the spread. Memphis has won and covered the spread in five of its last seven against the Thunder.

The other featured game of the day is a Game 4 in the Eastern Conference with the Chicago Bulls hosting the Miami Heat at 7PM ET (View Matchup) with Miami leading the series, 2-1. According to oddsmakers, Miami is the clear favorite in this game, as the Heat have odds of -7.5 points against the Bulls. The over/under total for this contest has been set at 186.5 points. Miami is 72-17 on the season, 32-12 on the road and 51-38 against the spread. Chicago is 50-42 overall, 26-19 at home and 40-52 against the spread. Miami has won and covered the spread in three of its last four against Chicago.

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

2013 NBA Playoffs Odds & Over/Under Totals for Monday, May 13

727 Miami Heat -7.5 (186.5)

728 Chicago Bulls +7.5

729 Oklahoma City Thunder +4.5 (184.5)

730 Memphis Grizzlies -4.5

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