During the entire series, from 10 a.m. EST until tipoff on game day, the main spread will be priced at +100 for both the Toronto Raptors and the Golden State Warriors. At time of writing, the spread is GSW -4.5.
By comparison, Parx Sportsbook is currently offering Toronto at +4.5 at -114 and Golden State at -4.5 at -107.
If you’re more interested in betting the moneyline, SugarHouse PA is currently offering Golden State at -182 and Toronto at +160.
Game Three is tonight, with the series tied 1-1. The tipoff is at 9 p.m., hosted by the Warriors.
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Injuries may change the third game
Even though the Warriors have home court advantage and are favored, this is not the powerhouse team you are used to seeing. The team is without NBA Finals MVP Kevin Durant due to a calf strain. The team will need to rely on depth and their home court to carry them as they try for a third-straight NBA title.
Guard Klay Thompson questionable for the third game because of a hamstring strain, with a game-time decision expected.
Even the players who are suiting up tonight are struggling.
Golden State is also down backup man, Kevon Looney, who is out for the rest of the finals. DeMarcus Cousins is still recovering from his own recent injury. Andre Igoudala is also still hampered by a calf injury he can’t seem to shake.
In Game 2, Steph Curry was clearly playing while sick. He has had a couple of days to rest and recover, but there are still questions about if his dislocated finger is really healed. He injured the finger during Game 2 of the Western Conference semifinals against the Houston Rockets.
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