NBA Pro Basketball Betting Match ups Thursday June 13, 2019

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The NBA Finals continue with Game 6 scheduled over national television on Thursday June 13th to the satisfaction of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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The champagne will be on ice as the Toronto Raptors looks for their second chance at the closeout as they travel to meet the Golden St Warriors at 9PM Eastern Time on ABC TV. 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 -2 ½ points with the over under line set at 211 ½ points.

Golden St was able to force the Game 6 as they get within 3-2 of Toronto with the 106-105 road victory. Toronto had a shot at a buzzer beater to win the NBA Finals as Kyle Lowry was stationed for the corner three but a great defensive play by Draymond Green sends the series back to Oakland. Green was able to get a hand on the three point shot attempt which was missed badly.

Kevin Durant returned to the Warriors lineup after a month absence due to a lower leg injury. Durant was forced to exit to the game with a torn Achilles tendon and will be out the remainder of the series. Warriors in their victory were able to shoot 46.3% and made 20 of 42 from the three point line. Turnovers were still an issue with the team committing 15. Stephen Curry played 41 minutes and had 31 points with seven assists as he shot 10 of 23 from the field. Klay Thompson in over 42 minutes contributed with 26 points and six boards hitting on 9 of 21 with 7 of 13 three pointers. A late 9-2 run to end the game was the difference.

Toronto was cold from the three point line in the loss hitting on only 8 of 32 missing three quarters of their attempts. Game was close as the Raptors were able to get to the free throw line and pulled down six more boards than the Warriors. Kawhi Leonard had 26 points and 12 rebounds as he converts on 9 of 24 shots. Lowry made 8 of his 16 shots for 18 but only 1 of 6 from three. Toronto continues to get production off the bench from Serge Ibaka who had 15 points and six rebounds with 5 of 8 shooting.

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