Warriors vs Celtics: keys to betting on the NBA Finals

Warriors vs Celtics: keys to betting on the NBA Finals

We are already 5 games into the NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and the Boston Celtics, and so far the California Warriors are ahead 3-2. This means that Friday's game could be the last one, but if the Celtics win we would have to go to a 7th game that would take place on Monday.

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Warriors vs Celtics | Here's how they arrive

The series has taken a new turn after the Celtics were ahead 2-1, following the last 2 wins that have gone to Golden State leaving the final 3-2 for the Warriors. By the way, you can place bets on the site IPL betting in India.

In the last clash they finished 104-94 with Andrew Wiggins who was unbeatable with 26 points, 13 rebounds and 2 assists, being accompanied by Klay Thompson who contributed 21 points, 3 rebounds and 2 assists, Stephen Curry who contributed 16 points, 4 rebounds and 8 assists, and Gary Payton II who put in 15 points and 5 rebounds.

In the Celtics the best was in the hands of Jayson Tatum who signed 27 points, 10 rebounds and 4 assists, along with Jaylen Brown who had 18 points, 9 rebounds and 4 assists, and Marcus Smart who finished with 20 points, 3 rebounds and 2 assists.

Warriors vs Celtics | Prediction and favorites Game 6

Our prediction for this 6th game is that the series will be even with a Boston Celtics victory, which at bet365 is paid at odds of 1.60.

As the idea is that the locals start strong, we can bet at odds 1.66 that they take the first quarter of the game.

On the points line the most likely range would be between 208 and 212, so we will play that it does not go over 213.5.

Let's go to the player's propositions that with so many stars can give a lot of play. We start with Stephen Curry, for whom we will play at odds 1.86 that he does not reach 28.5 points with the idea that this will not be his game. He is averaging 27.0 on the season.

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On the Celtics we pick Marcus Smart, with odds of 1.80 for him to pass the 15.5 points barrier.

In terms of assists we return to Stephen Curry, with the bet at odds 1.80 because he connects less than 5.5. His average is at 5.1 per game. For rebounds we expect Jayson Tatum to go over 7.5, which pays at odds of 1.68. His average is at 6.8, but we expect him to get his stripes in this game.