Basketball Betting: Boston Celtics vs. Milwaukee Bucks

March 22, 2012 NBA Basketball

Monta Ellis has given quite a bit of a boost to the Milwaukee Bucks, playing a prominent part in the team’s recent success.

Bucks have won six consecutive games in row but their record against the Boston Celtics is really bad, with four straight losses. Boston had a close victory over Atlanta on Monday to maintain the seventh spot in the Eastern Conference standings. A victory over Bucks could turn out to be quite pivotal for the Celtics and can give them the belief that they can perform much better.

Coming to the NBA betting odds, the Milwaukee Bucks are the favorite at 1.7, while you can back the Celtics at 2.4. Odds on the Celtics looks a bit high, especially when one takes into account the head to head between two teams. In the handicap market at our online sportsbook, you can back Boston with a four-point start at the odds of 1.90. On the other hand, if you think that the Bucks playing at home is going to reverse the trend of losses against Boston, you can back them giving away a four-point start at 2.02.

The total match points market is set at under 200.5 points and over 200.5 points. If you are interested in backing under 200.5 points, you are going to get NBA odds of 1.92 at SBG Global. If you are impressed with the attacking prowess of both teams, you can back over 200.5 points at 1.99. Playing in this market is a bit tricky and therefore it is recommended that you look out for other markets such as half time match odds and the player head to head.

In the half time match odds market, you can back the Bucks at odds of 1.69 while the victory of the Celtics is available at 2.24. In the player head to head market, the contest is between Monta Ellis and Paul Pierce. You can back Monta Ellis at odds of 1.70 while the Paul Pierce is available at 2.28. Get ready for an enthralling contest tonight.

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