Heat vs. 76ers Game 2 Betting Odds - 2018 NBA Playoffs: Home Team 10-0

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Apr/15/2018

The Heat vs. 76ers betting odds had Philadelphia as a -6.5 home favorite.  There is a slim half point overlay here.

The home team is 10-0 in this series though the two previous home victories by Philadelphia before Saturday's beat down were by less than the current spread.

Ben Simmons had 17 points, 14 assists and nine rebounds in his playoff debut, and the Sixers rolled to a 130-103 victory on Saturday night for their 17th straight win.

”I feel this group has something special in it,” coach Brett Brown said.

Led by four each from JJ Redick and Belinelli, the 76ers hit a team playoff-record 18 3-pointers (on 28 attempts).

The Sixers have stormed through the NBA since mid-March and the Heat were just another victim in a winning streak that includes nine straight without Joel Embiid.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

 

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