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The Raptors can wrap up the NBA championship with a win in Game 5 and the bookmakers have them favored to do so. Toronto opened at -2.5 at some betting shops and are now a consensus -3 at the sportsbooks we follow with a total line posted at 211.5. From this side of the fence the home squad looks like the play, but will our handicapper agree? Read on to get his NBA handicapper Matt Lowry’s thoughts and a best bet play on Game 5.
The Raptors proved that their Game One win was no fluke as they were the architects of the largest win by either team in this series, defeating the Warriors on their own court by a score of 123-109 Wednesday. Golden State closed as a four-point favorite and sportsbook again have them favored by 4 or more. Franks has your NBA Finals Game 4 pick!
To no one’s surprise, the Warriors played much better in game two and did exactly what they needed to do to secure home court advantage as they head home. As the series moves to Oracle, there are a few important things to consider. Let’s break down this matchup and the factors bettors should focus on as they consider the sportsbook’s spread of GSW -6!
The Raptors extended their win and cover streak to five games after they took it to the two-time defending champions in the first frame of the NBA Finals. Closing at the same number that Game Two is currently offered at (Toronto as two-point favorite), the Raptors defeated the Warriors by a score of 118-109 in the Great White North on Thursday. Can the Dinos do it again as they face this Durant-less GSW? Keith Franks gives his NBA pick!
What some people might not be aware of is the Raptors actually have the home court advantage in the series, by virtue of having a better overall record than the Warriors. Golden State, however, is the favorite to take home the title at about 3-1 but BetAnySports.com has the Raptors as a small favorite in game 1. Jay offers his take and selection on this game 1 Finals match up.
The Warriors brought the broom with them in the Western Conference Finals as they swept the Portland Trailblazers. Most notably, the W’s did this without the services of all-NBA sensation Forward Kevin Durant. And, they did it in dramatic fashion with three of the aforementioned series victories coming after deficits of at least 17 points. Will the Dubs toy with Toronto the same way in game one or is there value with the Raps at -1? Keith has your NBA Finals pick!
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