NBA Pro Basketball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Sunday

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The NBA Finals continue on Sunday June 4th, 2017 with Game 2 as the Golden St Warriors are at home to meet the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Warriors and Cavaliers 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 home side Golden St Warriors favored by -8 points with the over under line of 220 ½ points.

The Golden St Warriors have opened up a 1-0 series lead as they defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 113-91 as they cover as a -7 ½ point favorite. The over under went well under the total of 225 points. Golden St is a much different team with Kevin Durant in the lineup as the Cavaliers found out in their Finals opener. Durant was very active offensively as he scored 38 points and dished out eight assists in the victory. Golden St had a field day driving to the basket as they finished with 56 points in the paint. That is where Durant did his business with power moves to the basketball beating single coverage. Improvement for Golden St will need to come from Klay Thompson and Draymond Green. Thompson shot 3 of 16 while Green was 3 of 12. A couple of key stats resulted for empty Cleveland Cavaliers possessions. The Cavs committed 20 turnovers while the Warriors had only 4. Golden St had 12 steals while the Cavaliers had 0. When you add the turnovers, and steals together that equates to 32 lost possessions. Cleveland shot 34.9% from the field which was well below their playoff average. LeBron James scored 28 points and had 15 rebounds. Kevin Love scored 15 points and pulled down 21 rebounds. It was an eight point halftime lead for Golden St but they pulled away to start the third quarter as they outscored Cleveland 13-0 to move their lead to 21 points. In last year’s playoffs, the Cavaliers lost the first two games of the series and were down 3-1 until they rallied to win the final three games of the series. But in 2017 the Warriors have Durant and it makes the Warriors much more difficult to defend.

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