NBA Pro Basketball Betting Match up Previews for Friday June 7, 2019

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The NBA Finals continue with Game 4 on Friday June 7th to the satisfaction of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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The action gets underway at 9PM Eastern Time on ABC TV as the Golden St Warriors are home to the Toronto Raptors. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Golden St Warriors favored by -4 ½ points with the over under line set at 215 points.

Golden St has drawn poor injury luck in this NBA Finals series. Kevin Durant has yet to play due to his calf injury suffered late in the Houston series. Bench player Kevon Looney has been declared out for the season with a collarbone injury. Klay Thompson suffered a hamstring injury in Game 2 and couldn’t play in Game 3. Durant and Thompson have been listed as questionable.

Thompson’s presence off the court was noticeable in Game 3 as the Raptors win 123-109 to take the 2-1 series lead. Raptors spaced the floor effectively and were able to execute quick effective passing to put their shooters in great looks at the basket. As a result, the Raptors shot 52.4% and made 44.7% of their three point shots. Golden St was unable to get into the passing lanes and were chasing shooters around the perimeter. Klay Thompson is one of the Warriors best defenders and does a great job of defending the Raptors best player on the court in Kawhi Leonard.

Leonard led the team in the win with 30 points and seven rebounds as he connected on 9 of 17 shots. The supporting cast came through for the Raptors as Kyle Lowry contributed with 23 points and nine assists as he converted on 8 of 16 shots. The Toronto bench had only 17 points but the starting five went deep into the game for Toronto. Marc Gasol after a poor Game 2 had 17 points in Game 3 and pulled down seven rebounds. Warriors shot poorly in the loss hitting only 39.6% and 12 of 36 from three. Stephen Curry led Golden St with 47 points and eight rebounds hitting on 14 of 31 from the floor. DeMarcus Cousins did not give the Warriors much with only nine points and a rebound on 1 of 7 shooting.

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