Most NBA Finals betting experts see the Spurs winning the NBA Finals in four or five NBA betting games. The NBA betting line at SBG has the Spurs a 1-5 favorite to win the 2007 NBA Finals against Cleveland.
NBA betting statistics show that for Tim Duncan, he'll have a chance at a fourth NBA Finals championship in the NBA 2007 Finals and an opportunity to win a fourth NBA Finals MVP, which he also won in 1999, 2003 and 2005. According to NBA atistics that would put Duncan behind only Michael Jordan, who won the award six times in NBA Finals basketball betting history. Tim Duncan has averaged a team-best 23.2 points and 11.4 rebounds during the NBA playoffs. Tony Parker is close behind with nearly 20 points per game, and 6.4 assists in pro basketball playoff action. Manu Ginobili is averaging just over 16 points per game in the NBA betting playoffs.
The Spurs won the Western Conference NBA betting Finals with relative ease over the Utah Jazz but they were tested against Phoenix in the previous round. The Spurs NBA Finals playoff experience is extensive in NBA betting history. Duncan has played for all three of San Antonio’s NBA title teams while Parker and Ginobili have been with the past two title teams. Veteran Robert Horry has commemorated NBA betting days where he can look at six NBA Finals trophies, one with the Spurs, three with the Los Angeles Lakers and two with the Houston Rockets. ''It never gets old,'' Horry said. ''It's a wonderful feeling. You can't wait to get there.''
The Spurs fans will meet the Cleveland Cavaliers fans in the 2007 NBA betting Finals. Tim Duncan is definitely the main NBA betting presence in the frontcourt in the 2007 NBA Finals. The Spurs also have Tim Bowen up front and it is expected he will suffocate LeBron James throughout the NBA Finals 2007. NBA betting experts believe that the Cavaliers will have to get production out of Ilgauskas and Gooden if they are to have any chance to matchup in the frontcourt with San Antonio in the NBA Finals 2007.
The NBA betting backcourt matchup looks like it could be interesting in the 2007 Final NBA games. Parker and Ginobili have been doing it all for the Spurs. James oftentimes plays a big guard, small forward position for Cleveland and he can really do it all, and NBA betting fans know it. If you put James in the frontcourt then the matchup in terms of points and rebounds versus Duncan looks even in the NBA Finals 2007. If that is the case then the backcourt edge is huge for San Antonio because Parker and Ginobili have far more experience than the Cavs duo of Hughes and Gibson as you look at NBA betting. Parker will be tough to contain for the Cavaliers in the NBA Finals 2007.
The bench edge as you look at NBA betting on the finals action goes to the Spurs with the veteran Robert Horry who always seems to hit the big shot. He is averaging only 4.6 points and 3.7 boards in the postseason but always plays big in NBA Finals history. Technically, Ginobili comes off the bench but he really is a big part of the Spurs offense and is not considered a bench player in the NBA Finals. The Cavaliers have an average NBA betting bench but have very little scoring, especially since Gibson has now moved into the starting lineup.
The coaching edge in the 2007 Final NBA games is also huge in favor of the Spurs as you look at NBA betting odds of the finals. Gregg Popovich knows how to win while Mike Brown is just learning the ropes in the 2007 NBA Finals schedule. The Spurs really have the edge in nearly every category for the 2007 NBA Finals and it would be a shock to see anything less than a San Antonio title.
Most gamblers looking into final NBA betting action like the Spurs in this series. San Antonio is a healthy favorite in the 2007 Final NBA betting games individually and also in the NBA Finals schedule series. Laying 8 points in game #1 is a pretty hefty opening betting final NBA line considering these are supposed to be the two best teams in the NBA. Basketball betting fans have definitely made their choice in this series but it will be interesting to see on a game by game NBA Final bet basis whether or not San Antonio can cover these big numbers