Cavs vs. Pacers Betting Odds - Game 4 2018 NBA Playoffs

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The Pacers are threatening to prevent Cleveland from advancing in this year's Round One of the NBA Playoffs as they could take a 3-1 lead with a win on Sunday night. now accepting many forms of cryptocurrencies

Indiana was listed as the +1 home dog in this one despite the NBA Betting Power Ratings indicating a line of line of -1.5 that should instead favor the Pacers.

Indiana small forward Bojan Bogdanovic stunned Cleveland in their last meeting of the series, scoring 33 points after the break.

 "I just thought their physicality," Cleveland coach Tyronn Lue told reporters. "Denying the basketball, getting into us so when we catch the ball we're back on our heels. The pressure. I thought it just hurt us." The Cavaliers were 40-0 when taking a lead into the fourth quarter this season prior to Friday, and Pacers coach Nate McMillan was not surprised that his team was able to battle back. "There's been a lot of fight in these guys all season long," McMillan told reporters. "We've been in that situation at half where we’ve been down or we haven't played our best basketball and they come out and just continue to fight, continue to scrap."

The Pacers have won five of the last seven meetings against Cleveland.   They would pay out $10,000 on every $100 bet with an NBA Championship win.

- Tyrone Black,


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