NBA Basketball Finals Game 3 Props, Betting Odds, June 5, 2019

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The NBA Finals will continue with Game 3 on Wednesday June 5th to the satisfaction of pro basketball bettors worldwide. Toronto Raptors and Golden St Warriors begin play from Golden St at 9PM Eastern Time and ABC TV has the coast to coast broadcast. Let’s look at betting props entering Game 3.

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The series is tied at 1-1 as Golden St rallies behind a strong third quarter to win 109-104. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Golden St Warriors favored by -280 odds to win the NBA Finals with the underdog Toronto Raptors brining back +210 odds. Golden St took away home court advantage with their Game 2 victory. Game’s 3 and 4 are set for Golden St. The Warriors are 36-13 on their home court while the Raptors sit at 30-19 on the road. Kevin Durant has been upgraded to questionable for Game 3 after missing the first two games of the Finals with a calf injury. Warriors took a hit to their depth as Kevin Looney is out with a broken collarbone. Klay Thompson has a hamstring injury and is questionable.

Bettors can wager on the exact outcome of the NBA Finals. Golden St to win in six games is favored at +180 odds with the Warriors winning in five returning +275. If bettors believe that this series will be decided in seven games for Golden St the return is +400 odds. On the Raptors side betting Toronto to win in five games is a longshot at +1700 odds with a Toronto win in six games bringing back +1000 odds. Raptors will have home court advantage if a Game 7 is necessary and the odds for Toronto winning in seven are +400 odds.

Other interesting props include the largest lead by either team in Game 3. Over 16 ½ points returns -115 odds with under 16 ½ points also bringing back -115 odds. In Game 2 no team had a lead larger than 13 points. In the opener Toronto led by as many as 12 points with the Warriors largest lead being only two points.

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