NBA Pro Basketball Finals Odds Game 2 Props Sports Betting Preview

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The NBA Finals have reached Game 2 as the Golden St Warriors will host the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Warriors and Cavaliers meet from Golden St at 8PM Eastern Time and ABC TV has the coast to coast broadcast. Let’s take a look at some of the many Game 2 props available for wagering.

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The first prop listed on the betting board lists the largest lead by any team in Game 2. The number is set at 19 points. Dating back to last year the results in the Warriors and Cavaliers series resulted in many one sided games with the lead eclipsing 19 points. In Game 1 of this 2017 Finals series the Cavaliers had difficulty matching up with Kevin Durant.

Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James has many props available to wager on. Bet on how many points he will score. The number is set at 32 points. His rebounds are lined at 10.5 and assists 8.5. Bettors can take a stab of LeBron James number of made three pointers. The number is set at 2 ½. LeBron James has had an outstanding playoff. He is shooting a career high 55.7% from the field with a career high 41.5% from the three point line. He played 40 minutes in the opener and had 28 points with 15 rebounds.

Kyrie Irving is lined at 26 points, 3 ½ rebounds and 4 ½ assists. It was a two man show for Cleveland in Game 1 with Irving scoring 24 points but only 2 assists and three rebounds. Irving made key baskets in late years Finals. He is hitting 46.5% from the field with 37.4% from three point range.

Stephen Curry’s lined numbers have the point guard at 27 ½ points with 5 ½ rebounds and 6 ½ assists. His total three pointers made are 5 ½. Curry played through an injury in last year’s playoffs. This year he is healthy and hitting a career high 50.2% from the field. He is draining 44% from three which is also a career high.

Kevin Durant was the leading scorer for Golden St in Game 1. His betting line is 29 1/2 points, 8. ½ rebounds and 4 1/2 assists. He has averaged

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