No team has dominated the NBA odds action in the post season this year like the Orlando Magic. The Magic is the only team that has yet to lose a single basketball betting matchup so far in the NBA playoff betting action and if they keep this streak alive on Monday night against the Atlanta Hawks they will advance to the NBA Eastern Conference Finals.
The Atlanta Hawks will be desperate in their attempts to prevent their NBA betting season to coming to an abrupt end but seem helpless to do anything about it. The Magic have dominated since the ball was tipped in Game 1 of this basketball betting series and there is little reason to believe that the sports betting outcome will be any different in Game 4 than it’s been during the first three games of this NBA betting odds series.
Game 1 really set the tone for this series and it’s easy to understand why the Hawks have never been in this sports betting matchup. After suffering a 43-point blowout in the opener of this NBA playoff betting series it would be tough for any team to climb out of that kind of hole. Mentally, that’s about as demoralizing a loss as you can suffer in sports betting.
And that it happened in during an NBA betting odds playoff series, a playing field that is supposed to be somewhat equal is even more damaging. But the Hawks are simply physically outmatched and more or less helpless to change the course of this basketball betting series. The Magic are simply better and have the matchup advantage at nearly every position on the floor and the NBA odds makers have highly favored this team to complete the Round 1 NBA betting odds sweep.
Magic Center and MVP Defensive Player of the Year finally showed up for this NBA playoff betting series and has been a one man recking crew grabbing nearly every ball off the glass and scoring more than 20 points per game. That has been a huge difference from his awful play in the first round of the NBA playoff betting series. But the key to the Magic’s success has been PG Jameer Nelson. So long as these two players have average games on Monday, the Hawks will be gone from the NBA post season odds action by Tuesday morning.