NBA Pro Basketball Playoff Betting Match Up Previews for Monday

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The NBA playoffs have a deciding Game 7 scheduled from the Western conference finals on Monday May 30th to the satisfaction of pro basketball bettors.

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The Golden St Warriors are home with a shot at a berth into the NBA Finals as they host the Oklahoma City Thunder at 9PM Eastern Time on TNT 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 -7 points with the total lined at 219 points.

A game seven was made necessary after a dramatic win by the Warriors in Game 6 by the score of 108-101 as they cover as a +3 ½ point underdog with the total going under 221 ½ points. The Warriors were facing elimination and down by as much as 13 points in the second quarter. Golden St then cut the deficit to five points at the half but were down by eight heading into the fourth quarter. Then the defending NBA champions put on a clutch three point shooting clinic in the final period that saw them outscore the Thunder by 15 points as Golden St limited OKC to just 18 points to send the series back to the Bay Area for a winner take all scenarios on Memorial Day. The three point shooting discrepancy was just way too much to overcome by the Thunder. Golden St went 21 of 44 from beyond the arc as over half of their 87 attempts from the field came from three point range. Klay Thompson was on fire as he connected 11 of his 18 shots from three while Stephen Curry hit 6 of 13 shots. On the Oklahoma City side the team was ice cold from three as they go a miserable 3 of 23. Both Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook combined for just 1 of 13 from three point distance. Neither Durant nor Westbrook shot particularly well. Russell Westbrook was 10 of 27 from the field while Kevin Durant went 10 of 31. Free throw shooting was even poor for OKC as they team missed 10 of 32 from the charity stripe.

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