NBA Pro Basketball Playoff Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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The NBA Playoffs continue on Sunday May 22nd with a single game set for national television to the satisfaction of pro basketball bettors worldwide.

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The Western conference finals continue at 8PM Eastern Time on TNT as the Oklahoma City Thunder will host the Golden St Warriors.

The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team Golden St Warriors the -2 ½ point favorite with the total set at 220 points.

Golden St has evened up this best of seven series as they earned the 118-91 home victory to Oklahoma City in Game 2. The Warriors covered the spread as a -9 point favorite and the total stayed under 223 points. The teams played on Wednesday so there will be three days of rest between games two and three. The Warriors had a huge third quarter in their victory as Stephen Curry had 17 points. They outscored OKC 31-19 in period three to take a 20 point lead to the start of the fourth quarter. Golden St shot over 50% from the field with 13 of 28 from three. In Game 1 it was the Thunder outscoring the Warriors 61-42 in the second half. Golden St turned the tables to the Thunder in Game 2 by outscoring Oklahoma City in the second half by an identical 61-42 margin. Klay Thompson did not have his shooting touch on display as he hit on 5 of 17 from the field. The Thunder was led by Kevin Durant who scored 29 points as he went 11 of 18 from the field. The supporting cast of Steven Adams and Enes Canter were the talk of the Thunder’s victory in the series against San Antonio. Adams had nine points and ten boards in Game 2 but Kanter contributed with only six points and two rebounds. The Warriors have had trouble in their first road game in each of their first playoff series this year. They lost Game 3 at Houston 97-96 and dropped Game 3 at Portland 120-108 as the Warriors were favored in each contest.

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