NBA Playoffs 2015 – Bubble groups in East

NBA Playoffs

In the NBA Playoffs 2015 postseason races this tight can offer severe wagering value, if you know exactly what to look for down the stretch.

There's a logjam of teams vying for the last two playoff areas in the Eastern Conference, with just two and a half points separating the No. 7 Indiana Pacers from the No. 11 Brooklyn Nets. Postseason races this tight can offer significant wagering value, if you understand what to try to find down the stretch.

Indiana Pacers— Indiana boosted itself to the 7th seed in the East with a 13-2 SU and 11-4 ATS streak through February and early March. The marketplace captured on to this run and drew the value out of the Pacers by the end, going 3-2 SU but just 1-4 ATS in their last five games.


Miami Heat— The Heat turned heads with a win over LeBron James and Cleveland this week but that emotional triumph could establish Miami for a big disappointment. The Heat haven't hung with the conference's elite, even with Chris Bosh, and have an intense stretch of seven roadway games in their next 11 contests which might press them from the eighth and last area.

Boston Celtics— Boston is playing the best basketball of any of these contenders, getting wins in each of its last 5 efforts. Defense is the name of the game in Beantown, where the Celtics went from playing a blistering rate to open the period to a snail's crawl down the stretch. That drastic change in pace has resulted in a 3-7 Over/Under record in their last 10 video games.

Charlotte Hornets— The Hornets will certainly go as far as Al Jefferson can support them. And with a recent calf injury hobbling Charlotte's huge guy, it may not be too far. Charlotte's offense is extremely inconsistent and doesn't have the depth to take in an off night from among its leading scorers.

Brooklyn Nets— Not even the Nets owner knows exactly what's going on in Brooklyn. The Nets appeared all set for a pursue stunning Golden State to open March but have stumbled to a 2-5 record since. The one plus for Brooklyn is a home-heavy schedule, with 11 of its last 17 games coming inside the Barclays Center.
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