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NBA Eastern Conference Finals: Bucks Vs. Raptors Game 4 Preview – Time Start, Channel, Stats, Odds

Following up Sunday’s NBA action with an equally entertaining game at Scotiabank Arena looks to be a difficult task for Giannis Antetokounmpo, Kawki Leonard and Co. tonight, as the Raptors and Bucks clash on the court once again.

Tuesday night’s contest will play sequel to a suspenseful Game 3, which felt sternly controlled by Toronto as the clock ticked away until Milwaukee chopped down Toronto’s lead, eventually tying the game in the closing seconds, just as they have time after time during their campaign this season. Despite Milwaukee’s late-game surge, they failed to add another playoff win to their collection as the Raptors walked away with their first series win by a score of 118–112 in double overtime. Leonard poured in 36 points, shooting 44% from the field, while Most Improved Player of the Year candidate Pascal Siakam made some noise in the scoring department as well, adding 25 points. Toronto’s defense payed dividends as well, forcing Antetokounmpo into his worst scoring performance this postseason as he tallied only 12 points. The potential league MVP’s supporting cast picked up the slack however, as six players joined the double-digit scoring club despite the loss. Tuesday’s game in Toronto will air at 8:30 p.m. EST on TNT.

While this playoff contest, just as others had prior to it, appeared too close to call for NBA fans, the game’s finish came as no surprise for those following SportsLine.com and its game predicting model. The remarkably successful model simulates each game 10,000 times, eventually piling up data from predictions regarding the game’s money line picks along with which side of the spread will hit. The simulations have led the module’s followers to growing profits without little to zero losses, as those wise enough to follow the model continue to stay up when rolling the dice this postseason. The money speaks for itself, as the model has put $3,000 into the pockets of those following the model pick for pick.

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Tonight’s “Round 4” in this boxing matchup of eastern juggernauts already possesses a prediction from the unsurprisingly popular model. While specifics regarding the game’s anticipated outcome remain available only on SportsLine.com, the model has indeed reached a conclusion, claiming that one side of the spread plans to hit with a far greater chance than the other. Sports bettors looking to add to their funds have undoubtedly already placed their bets in accordance with the model, hoping to cash out once more.

Despite the model attempting to play spoiler to the game’s conclusion tonight, Leonard and his crew plan to tie up the series and defend home court once again. However, with fans opposing players and this game predicting model taking into account Antetokounmpo’s absence of back-to-back disappointing performances this season, look for Milwaukee to come out swinging and attempt to take a dominant 3–1 series lead. Following tonight’s game, the series will return to Milwaukee’s home court, as the Bucks will either attempt to advance to the NBA Finals or break a potential 2–2 tie with the surging Raptors.

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Written by Collin Helwig