Sports Betting - Tuesday 18 June 2013 by

Miami Heat vs. San Antonio Spurs: NBA Finals Game 6 Preview

Anything but predictable, the 2013 NBA Finals head back to South Beach tonight as the Miami Heat are looking to push the series to a seventh and deciding game with a win over the San Antonio Spurs. This National Basketball Association Championship battle has been like a marathon chase between a Ferrari and a Pinto – with the drivers switching cars at five intervals thus far. Tip-off is slated for 9:00 PM ET on Tuesday, June 18, 2013, from the American Airlines Arena in Miami, FL. We are turning to the adjusted wagering lines for our prediction tonight.

Miami Heat vs. San Antonio Spurs: NBA Finals Game 6 Preview

King and His Court are desperate to defend the Castle

LeBron James & Co. head back to the friendly confines of American Airlines Arena on the ropes as they face elimination in South Beach tonight. While the same can be asked about both clubs – which Heat team will show up tonight? The one that has won two games by a 212-177 final score or the one that has lost three games by a 319-269 combined count?

Spurs saddle up and ride into Miami with the NBA Championship a win away

San Antonio is one win away from their fifth NBA Championship in 15 seasons as they roll into South Beach tonight. All-Star power forward Tim Duncan and All-World Head Coach Greg Popovich have been together for the entire ride. This veteran Spurs team knows their odds of winning Game 6 are better than trying to win Game 7. A title win tonight would not surprise us.

Heat vs. Spurs Game 6 NBA Finals Alternate Betting Lines and Advantage Sports Betting Prediction

History is on Miami’s side here as the Heat lost two straight games just three times this season and it hasn’t happened since January. Miami has won one and then lost one over their last 12 NBA postseason games – a run that started during Game 1 of their Eastern Conference series versus the Pacers. King LBJ and His Court have outscored their opponents 618-530 during their last six postseason wins which equates to a 103-88.3 average margin of victory.

Being as we don’t trust the standard point spread, which has the Heat posted as -6.5 (-110) home chalk, we are turning to the alternate wagering lines at the online sportsbook for tonight’s contest. Going against the total blowout trend, that’s been prevalent throughout this series, we will back San Antonio with the +13.5 (-333) betting odds on big board at bet365!


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