FREE $25 when you Join Now – Use your Free $25 to get a BEST BET at NO cost!



Sports news with a Vegas perspective.

1 Members
  • Type:
  • Created On:
    09/07/2011 10:47 PM
  • Last Update:
    10/23/2021 8:36 PM

Spurs vs Heat Odds 2013 NBA Finals Game 6

It is do or die time for the defending champion Miami Heat tonight as they welcome the San Antonio Spurs back to the AmericanAirlines Arena for Game 6 of the 2013 NBA Finals. This evening’s meeting between the Spurs and Heat is scheduled to get underway at 9:00pm ET on ABC. The latest NBA Odds have Miami listed as a -7.5 against the spread home favorite and the Over/Under set at 191.5 points. The Spurs and Heat are drawing +280 and -340 moneyline odds ($340 wins $100), respectively.
The Heat now, officially, have their backs against the wall, trailing the Spurs 2-3 in the best of seven NBA Finals; however, they are also in their favorite situation, which is coming off a loss. Miami is a ridiculous 12-0 both straight up and against the spread in its last 12 games off a loss, and, what’s more it gets San Antonio at the AmericanAirlines Arena.
The odds makers are keenly aware of the Heat’s recent streak, though, and they are aiming to combat it with a rather steep line. Given the Spurs performance throughout the playoffs, 7.5 looks too big, but there has yet to be a game in this series, other than the opener, where the winning team did not win by at least 10 points.
Miami has been especially hard on its postseason opposition (including the Spurs) off a loss, winning the following game by an average of 20.7 points per game. While San Antonio played exceptional basketball in winning games three and five, there is little reason to believe the Heat break character, especially at home, and fail to show and show well for tonight’s contest.
Spurs vs Heat Odds 2013 NBA Finals Game 6:
San Antonio Spurs +7.5 (-110), Over 191.5 (-110), +280 (Moneyline)
Miami Heat -7.5 (-110), Under 191.5 (-110), -340 (Moneyline)
MovieNBA and College Basketball Betting Tips: 2nd Half Wagering
What NBA and college basketball bettors need to know about making 2nd half wagers during games, with tips from's Bryan Leonard and host Steve Fezzik.