NBA Pro Basketball Playoff Betting Match up Previews for Thursday

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The NBA Finals have been set as the Golden St Warriors will battle the Cleveland Cavaliers on Thursday June 2nd. The Warriors and Cavaliers will get things started from Golden St at 9PM 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 home side Golden St Warriors the -6 point favorite with the total lined at 210 1/2 points.

This is a rematch of the 2015 Finals where the Warriors were able to prevail in six games. The Cavs were facing injuries to both Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love. Cleveland must like their chances because they were able to force a six game series without two of their impact starters behind LeBron James. King James carried Cleveland in last year’s finals as he averaged 45 minutes and 35 points per game. The Cavaliers went up 2-1 after a 96-91 home victory in Game 3 to Golden St. Then the Warriors won the final three games as they posted the 105-97 home victory in Game 6 at Cleveland to win the NBA title. The Cavaliers were held to under 100 points in the final five games of the 2015 NBA finals.

Cleveland opened up the playoffs with the Detroit Pistons where they completed a four game sweep. Then came the Atlanta Hawks and it was the Cavaliers pulling off another four game series sweep. In the Eastern conference finals the team faced Toronto and took a 2-0 lead with two home victories. Then the Cavaliers went on the road and lost two straight and Toronto and the series was tied at 2-2. Then Cleveland pulled off two straight blowout victories to advance to the NBA Finals winning at Toronto 113-87 in Game 6.

Golden St has the harder road to the Finals. In the Western conference semifinals the Warriors won in four games to Portland. The Warriors then needed seven games to make their second straight NBA Finals. After falling behind 3-1 to the Thunder it was Golden St winning three straight to knock off the Thunder.

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