Thursday’s Top Sports Betting Matchups- April 6

Thursday’s Top Sports Betting Matchups- April 6, The first Thursday in April is a special day for anyone who loves to bet on professional golf with the first round of the Masters getting underway at Augusta National Golf Course. VietBet Asian American Sportsbook has set the betting odds for the field and Rory McIlroy has been opened as the favorite to win at +588.

Thursday’s Top Sports Betting Matchups- April 6

A very close second-favorite at 590 is Jason Day followed by last year’s Masters’ Champion Jordan Spieth at +850 betting odds. Adam Scott has been listed as a +878 fourth-favorite and two-time Masters’ winner Bubba Watson rounds-out the top five golfers on the list at +1010 betting odds.

VietBet has also posted odds for designated groups of golfers to add even more betting excitement to this event. You can pair McIlroy and Day together at +305 betting odds to win and if you want to expand that group to include Spieth the odds go down to +193. Ricky Fowler is still looking to win his first Major and his betting odds to capture this title have been set at +1425. If you add his name to the trio mentioned above, the betting odds that one of the golfers in that foursome wins this week have been set at +178.

In other sports betting action on Thursday’s slate, the NBA offers up a pair of nationally broadcast games on TNT starting with a matchup between the Chicago Bulls and the Miami Heat at 8 p.m. (ET). The Bulls are just 3-6 straight-up in their last nine games and clinging to their slim playoff hopes at two games in back of Detroit for the final spot in the East. Chicago is 4-5 against the spread in this same stretch of games and the total has stayed UNDER VietBet’s closing betting line in its last eight contests. Miami has clinched a spot in the postseason and it still has its sights set on the No. 3 seed in the East. The Heat are 6-3 SU in their last nine games, but they have failed to cover in three of their last four outings.

The late game on TNT features a huge showdown between the San Antonio Spurs and the Golden State Warriors. The Spurs are suddenly in position to end the Warriors’ run at a new NBA single-season record for wins (73) after Golden State was stunned by Minnesota 124-117 in overtime on Tuesday night as a 14.5-point home favorite. The defending champs have now lost two of their last three games to fall to 69-9 on the year with four games left to play.

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