NBA Pro Basketball Finals Odds MVP Props Sports Betting Preview

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The NBA Finals move to Game 3 on Wednesday June 7th as the Cleveland Cavaliers will be home to the Golden St Warriors. It begins from Cleveland at 9PM Eastern Time on ABC TV. Let’s look at the NBA Finals MVP odds.

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The current favorite to win the 2017 NBA Finals MVP is Kevin Durant who returns -450 odds. Durant has led the Warriors in scoring this NBA Finals. He has scored 71 points in the two games and has grabbed 22 rebounds. Durant has shown aggressiveness with his drives to the basket. LeBron James has tried to guard him and it could be impacting James play on the offensive end as his fourth quarter performance was not up to par.

The second favorite in the wagering is Stephen Curry who will return +250 odds. Curry was dealing with injury problems last season but this year he is healthy. Curry in the two games has scored 60 points and dished out the 21 assists. He must reduce turnovers as he committed 8 in Game 2.

Those who believe that the Cleveland Cavaliers can make a comeback in this series can jump on LeBron James to win the MVP as he returns +800 odds. Cleveland fell behind 0-2 in the Finals last year and won four of the final five games to win the 2016 NBA title. In defeat in Game 2, James had a triple double with 29 points, 14 assists and 11 rebounds. In the opener, he scored 28 points with 15 boards.

Others who still believe in Cleveland can look to bet on Kyrie Irving to win the MVP as he brings back +7000 odds. Irving in Game 1 had 24 points. It was a poor shooting night for Kyrie in Game 2 as he finished with 19 points with seven assists.

A Golden St longshot would be Klay Thompson whose odds to win the MVP is set at +4000 odds. It has been a poor playoff for Thompson. He is shooting just 38.5% from the field in the post season. In Game 2 of the finals it was Thompson with 22 points and seven rebounds.

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