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NBA Preview: Golden State at Cleveland Game Three  (Tuesday, 9:00 PM EST, ABC)

NBA Finals

Vegas Line at this writing: Golden State -1.5 (194)

Injury Report as of this writing

Warriors:

No injuries reported

Cavs:

G Kyrie Irving (Knee) out for series

The Warriors have won eight of the last eleven games in the series but the teams are 2-2 since Lebron returned from South Beach. Golden State is 4-1 in their L5 games at The Quick but all four wins came before Lebron. Golden State is 13-4 SU in the playoffs, the Under 9-3 in the Warriors last 12 with the only over coming in the overtime Game I. The
Cavs are 13-3 in the playoffs, 9-7 ATS, 9-7 to the Under.

Golden State has been is a miserable shooting slump knocking down just 18-62 threes through the first two games including a horrific 8-35 in Game II. MVP Steph Curry is off a 5-23 game on Sunday including a 2-13 performance from downtown. There is plenty of blame to go around in the Bay Area as the Warrior front court of Green and Bogut has been completely outplayed by Mozgov and Thompson. It’s all hands on deck tonight for the Warriors.

With Kyrie done for the series, the Cavs took the ball straight to the hoop, getting to the line 40 times. Game II would have been completely in hand had Cleveland not missed 12 times from the charity stripe. The bench stepped up on Sunday scoring 21 points as opposed to 9 in Game I. Dellavedova played 42 minutes in starting role in last and has to get credit for great defensive effort on Curry. James Jones was +22 in his 23 minutes off the bench. Lebron is of course Lebron.

Jeff Allen’s NBA Finals game of the year wins tonight! Allen rocks a 42-23 record over his L65 Association plays. Get more info at www.vegasscoresandodds.com.

Warriors: Players to watch (Probable Starters)

PG  Steph Curry  (28.4, 4.9, 6.4)
C     Andrew Bogut  (5.0, 8.6, 2.0)
SG   Klay Thompson  (20.6, 3.9, 2.9)
PF   Draymond Green  (13.6, 10.5, 4.9)
SF   Harrison Barnes  (11.3, 5.1, 1.6)

Cavs: Players to watch (Probable Starters)

PG  Mathew Dellavedova  (6.7, 1.9, 2.6)
C    Timofy Mozgov (10.1, 7.6, 0.6)
SG  Iman Shumpert (9.7, 5.0, 1.4)
PF  Tristan Thompson (8.5, 10.4, 0.5)
SF  Lebron James (29.3, 10.6, 8.3)

All stats from NBA postseason

Allen’s Angles

The Warriors are 4-2 ATS this year avenging a home loss, 15-7 all losses
Golden State is 2-6 straight up the last three years when playoff series is tied
The Under is 12-4 in all Warrior playoff games this year
The Under is 8-4 vs. Central Division opponents, 8-4 off an upset loss

Cleveland is 7-14 as a dog this year
The Cavs are 4-2 ATS this year off an upset win as a dog
The Over is 6-1 in Cleve home game with a total of 190-194.5
The Under is 11-3 in the L14 when the Cavs are a home dog of three or less

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