Celtics Push for Game 7 Against the 76ers

Celtics Push for Game 7 Against the 76ers

If you want to become an online bookie, you will need to stay updated in sports. Specifically, the sports events that you get the most activity on. During this time of the year, the NBA probably gets a lot of action in your sportsbook. To help you manage your basketball wagers, here is an update on the Eastern Conference semifinals, as the Celtics push for Game 7 against the 76ers.

The Boston Celtics beat the Philadelphia 76ers 95-86 Thursday evening, bringing the series to an exciting 3-3 tie. This means that on Sunday, you pay per head sportsbook will be busy with Game 7 bets on one of the most exhilarating semifinals games we will see this season.

Celtics Push for Game 7: How It All Happened

Celtics Push for Game 7 Against the 76ersMarcus Smart was one of the key players in Game 6 for the Celtics, scoring 22 points, while Jaylen Brown gave 17. You also have Malcolm Brogdon with 16 points, Robert Williams with 10 points and 9 rebounds, and Jayson Tatum with 19 points. As for the 76ers, Joel Embiid scored 26 points, 10 rebounds, while Tyrese Maxey put up 26 points for the Sixers.

This is very exciting for many basketball fans, even for those who are now becoming a bookie. This is the first time that we are seeing the 76ers in the semifinals of the Eastern Conference, at least not since 2001. Given the 76ers history of losing to the Celtics 5 times in the postseason since the 80’s, many fans are hoping that this year’s roster will turn things around.

Game 5’s score was 115-103 with the 76ers winning, so if we look at the score, the margin is close. Given that both teams have good scorers, you will have to keep track of the lines more often. The 76ers’s scoring in Game 6 leaves much to be desired, especially for three pointers. As for the Celtics, Tatum will need to push more, instead of repeating his slow scoring in the first part of the game.


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