NBA Pro Basketball Playoff Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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The champagne will be on ice as the 2016 NBA Champion will be crowned on Sunday June 19th. The Golden St Warriors will be hosting the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 7. The Cavs and Warriors get things started from Golden St at 8PM Eastern Time and ABC TV has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the defending NBA champion Golden St Warriors favored by -4 ½ points with the total set at 206 ½ points.

After Game 4 the Warriors were sitting on a 3-1 lead after the 108-97 road victory. But prior to Game 5 the league suspended Draymond Green for one game. That opened the door for Cleveland to get back into the series. They then defeated Golden St in Game 5 on the road 112-97 and evened up this series at 3-3 with the 115-101 home victory in Game 6 that will force a deciding seventh game on Sunday.

In their Game 6 victory the Cavaliers got off to an early start as they led the Warriors by 20 points after one quarter by limiting Golden St to just 11 points. There was no more talk about playing starters too many minutes. They have simply responded for the Cavs as their backs were up against the wall. LeBron James scored 41 points in Game 6 just like he did in Game 5 playing major minutes. James has been very aggressive and has limited his turnovers the past two games by committing a total of just three combined. In the victory on Thursday it was LeBron who dished out 11 assists and pulled down eight boards making the case for series MVP should Cleveland get the win at Golden St on Sunday. It is a tall task to beat Golden St three straight times with two on their home court. The Warriors faced three elimination games down 3-1 in the Oklahoma City Thunder series and earned a 9, 7 and 8 point victory to make their second straight finals appearance. They have faced adversity and passed it quite nicely so this Game 7 is not too big for them.

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