Saturday's NBA Playoff Odds

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(TheSpread) – There is just one game on the NBA Playoff Schedule for Saturday. Here is a look at the odds and over/under total for the lone contest.

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The lone game of the day is a Game 6 in the Eastern Conference with the Indiana Pacers hosting the New York Knicks at 8PM ET (View Matchup) with Indiana leading the series, 3-2. According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Indiana is the favorite in Game 6, as the Pacers have odds of -4.5 points against the Knicks. The over/under total for the contest has been set at 177.5 points.

New York is 60-33 on the season, 25-21 on the road and 51-40-2 against the spread. Indiana is 56-36 overall, 35-11 at home and 49-43 against the spread. The home team has won the last four games in this series and nine of the last 10 meetings between these two teams. The two teams have hit the under in their last three meetings as well.

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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, May 18

747 New York Knicks +4.5 (177.5)

748 Indiana Pacers -4.5

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