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The Western conference finals continue from the NBA playoffs on Monday May 22nd, 2017 as the San Antonio Spurs will look to remain alive in Game 4 against the Golden St Warriors. The Spurs and Warriors will get things underway at 9PM Eastern Time and ESPN 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 road team Golden St Warriors favored by -11 ½ points with the over under odds lined at 216 points.

The Warriors are up 3-0 in this best of seven series. It was another playoff double digit victory for Golden St as they get past San Antonio in Game 3 by the score of 120-108 covering the spread as a -9 point favorite on the road. Warriors are now 11-0 in the playoffs. San Antonio was without Kawhi Leonard with his injured ankle and is status for Monday has been listed as doubtful. Another injury for the Spurs was with power forward David Lee who tore a tendon on his left knee and is out for Monday. With an injured quad Tony Parker is out for the remainder of the playoffs.

Despite short handed the San Antonio Spurs kept within four points of the Golden St Warriors up to the ten minute mark of the third period. The Warriors hot shooting in the playoffs continued in Game 3 as they shoot 54.8% and made 11 of 27 from three point range. Kevin Durant continued his solid play in the playoffs with 33 points and ten rebounds as he goes 11 of 19 from the floor. In the playoffs, Durant is shooting a career high 53.7% from the field and making 41% of his three point attempts. The top point producer in Game 3 for San Antonio came from the seasoned veteran Manu Ginobilli who scored 21 points making 7 of his 9 shots in nearly 18 minutes of play. More is expected from LaMarcus Aldridge but the veteran had only 18 points making 7 of his 17 shots. The guard due of Patty Mills and Danny Green failed to produce once again combining for 5 of 21 from the floor.

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