For all those sports betting fans that thought this round one NBA betting playoff betting matchup would end in a sweep, you were wrong. Somehow the Chicago Bulls managed to win a game at home and push this basketball betting series to 5 games –something most basketball odds makers didn’t expect.
But as the teams get ready to square off in Cleveland for Tuesday night’s NBA playoff betting action, this is likely as far as the train goes for the Bulls. Chicago has a talented core of young players but lacks offense and despite its effort, simply isn’t in the same class as the Cleveland Cavs. Then again no team in the NBA betting at the moment is in the same class as the Cavs.
Anyone that doubts that simply needs to reference the Game 4 spanking the Cavs applied to the Bulls on their own home court to know that the Cavs are the class of this year’s NBA playoff betting field.
In that embarrassing 121-98 rout of the Bulls King James almost beat the hosts single-handedly as he turned in the best individual performance of the 2010 NBA playoff betting so far. He finished with a triple-double (37 points, 12 rebounds, 11 assists) and assured the Cavs an easy win after he led the team to a bid lead early in the basketball betting action.
If this game was in Chicago the Bulls might have a sliver of hope but since this NBA betting series is going back to Cleveland things don’t look good for the Bulls. At Cleveland the Cavs are nearly unbeatable. During the NBA wagering regular season the team ran lost just six times and won 35 times in the 42 games it played at Quicken Arena.
Chicago PG Derrick Rose has been solid throughout the series and lightening rod Joachim Noah has contributed much more than just inflammatory statements in the this NBA odds contest. He had the best game of his young NBA betting career against a stout Cleveland defense in Game 4 pouring in 21 points and grabbing 21 boards. Unfortunately for the Bulls no one else is stepping up to do anything. Cavs win this NBA betting matchup easily and advance to next round of playoffs.