Warrior’s vs Thunder, Game 7 Conference Final Bets and Odds, Defeating the best team in the regular season is never easy, so did the Oklahoma City Thunder as they failed to defeat the defending champion Golden State Warriors in Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals held in the Chesapeake Energy Arena last Saturday night.
The Warriors cruised to an important 108-101 victory against OKC as they tied the WCF series in 3-3 led by hot shooting of Klay Thompson who finished with 41 points, including 11 three-pointers which is an all-time playoff record. Stephen Curry meanwhile bounced back from his cold shooting in the first half by scoring 31 points and Draymond Green duplicated his stellar performance in Game 5 with his 12 points and 12 boards.
Since round one of 2015 playoffs, the Warriors are 17-3 straight up and 12-8 against the spread in 20 playoff games. They are 8-1 SU and 7-2 ATS at home this postseason.
Warrior’s vs Thunder, Game 7 Conference Final Bets and Odds
Kevin Durant scored 29 points and Russell Westbrook recorded 28 markers for Thunder who blew a 13 point lead in the first half and seven point advantage late in the game, and also committed key turnovers.
Durant just went 10-31 from the field in Game 6 as Oklahoma City lost the fourth quarter, 33-18. The Thunder are 5-3 straight up and 7-2 against the spread in their last eight games as an underdog.
Oklahoma City is so close to upsetting Warriors and forcing the latter to share the same legacy since the 2007 New England Patriots who also had a flawless record but didn’t win it all. Golden State’s starting backcourt are struggling throughout the series, but in a brink of elimination, the Splash Brothers put their foot on the pedal by making clutch plays down the stretch, giving them new life to their historic season that seemed to have an untimely conclusion.
On the other hand, if Durant and Westbrook played the kind of game they showed in Games 3 and 4, the Warriors’ Game 6 triumph will just shattered and completely buried in the history books below their failure to complete a once in a lifetime spectacular season with a championship.
Almost every prognosticator picked Golden State to win the deciding Game 7, despite the appearance through four games that Oklahoma City had found the recipe to beat the NBA’s top team. The oddmakers in Las Vegas agreed to that, making the Warriors seven point favorites with 218.5 over/under.
The Thunder, though, have failed to close out the series in two straight games. Overall, the teams are tied 3-3 both straight up and against the spread in the Conference Finals, with the under paying out for total bettors at the online sportsbook in four out of six matchups, including the Saturday night’s game.
Game 7 will tip off at Monday in Oracle Arena, Oakland, California and the winner will moving on to challenge the Cleveland Cavaliers for the NBA title. Heading into this week, the Warriors are being favorites with -120 (bet $120 to win $100) on the odds to win the NBA Finals. Cavaliers followed them at +160, and the Thunder placed third at +600 on those online sports betting futures.
Oklahoma City drew first blood by winning Game 1, 108-102, that made them 7.5 point road underdog, with Golden State returning to clinch Game 2 with a 111-98 as a two-point home favorite. The Thunder surged into two straight triumphs in games 3 and 4 by scores of 133-108 as 2.5 point home underdogs and 118-94 as 1.5 point home underdogs as well, respectively.