NBA Playoffs Wednesday April 27 Betting Guide & Picks

NBA Playoffs Wednesday April 27 Betting Guide & Picks

Ryan Knuppel
2 years ago
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Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curryduring the fourth quarter against the Denver Nuggets

Two different games are occurring across the NBA on Wednesday, as there is sure to be some fun basketball.

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Milwaukee Bucks vs. Chicago Bulls

The Spread: Bucks (-12)

The Milwaukee Bucks headed into Chicago and made quick work of the Bulls in both games, as they won Game 3 by 30 points and Game 4 by 24.

Giannis Antetokounmpo flirted with a triple-double in Game 4, as he finished with 32 points, 17 rebounds, and seven assists.

Grayson Allen came off the bench to drop 27 points. Jrue Holiday put up 26 points and seven assists. Bobby Portis contributed 14 points and ten rebounds.

The Bulls got Zach LaVine and DeMar DeRozan cooking, as they finished with 24 and 23 points, respectively. LaVine also dished out 13 assists. The Bulls also got 23 points and ten rebounds from Patrick Williams.

With the series shifting back to Milwaukee, expect their fans to be loud and passionate, as they hope to be the force that helps them finish off this sweep and ultimately gets them back to the NBA Finals.

The Bucks can also beat you in so many different ways, especially when Antetokounmpo drives down the lane with a head full of steam. He can either slam it on you, eurostep it in for a layup, or kick it out to one of his shooters.

The Bulls also have no true answer to counter Antetokounmpo.

With all of this said, expect the Bucks to take care of business and ready themselves for the next round of the playoffs.

Golden State Warriors vs. Denver Nuggets

The Spread: Warriors (-9)

The Denver Nuggets shockingly took Game 4 after being down in the series 3-0, as they got a 37 point, eight-rebound, and six assist performance out of Nikola Jokic.

Jokic’s teammates also stepped up, as Aaron Gordon put up 21 points, six rebounds, and four assists, and Monte Morris had 24 points and five assists.

Bones Hyland gave this team a lift off the bench with 15 points and seven assists.

Stephen Curry continues to kill it as the sixth man of this team, as he dropped 33 points off the bench to go along with eight assists and four steals.

Curry played 37 minutes, so when is he going to be able to start again? Who knows.

Klay Thompson also poured in 32 points, slowly becoming the same player he was before both his Achilles and ACL injuries. Andrew Wiggins chipped in 16 points. Draymond Green provided 13 points, 11 rebounds, and six assists.

Jordan Poole finished with just 11 points, but he also dished out nine assists.

The Warriors are looking like a legitimate championship contender once again, with all of their pieces flourishing at the right time.

The Nuggets aren’t necessarily the strongest opponent this season, but the Warriors have done historic things, including scoring 70 points in a 19-minute span.

Expect the Warriors to seal the deal and move on with their home fans behind them.

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