Warriors Huge Online NBA Betting Favorites This Monday
Posted by: Anthony Yaylor
The end of the online NBA betting playoff’s conference semifinal round is almost upon us. Soon after, we’ll be picking favorites for this year’s title game and after that, players who bet on NBA games will have to sit on their hands, patiently awaiting the start of next year’s season. The regular season that we just came off delivered a surplus of surprises, from Russell Westbrook’s impressive record-breaking campaign, to the Boston Celtics knocking off the Cavaliers at the top of the East. And while it’s true that some of that surprise element has leaked into the postseason, the series involving the Warriors and the Jazz has been rather uneventful.
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The bitter taste last year’s NBA finals left in Golden State’s mouth is still fresh and the way they’ve taken this year’s postseason by storm is a clear indicator that the Warriors haven’t forgotten how awful losing truly is. There’s zero doubt the Warriors hate to lose and since they haven’t conceded a loss in the playoffs yet, it’s unlikely that the Jazz will be able to pull one over Golden State Monday night.
Game 4 – Golden State Warriors vs. Utah Jazz – Monday, May 8th
When: 9:00 pm ET
Where: Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City
Series: Warriors Lead 3-0
Betting Odds NBA:
Golden State Warriors -8 (-110) 206 (-110) -400
Utah Jazz +8 (-110) 206 (-110) +325
Golden State Warriors
After breaking the NBA record for most single-season wins and failing to take home the title, the Warriors came into this season with only one goal in mind; winning the games that truly matter. So far, with their unblemished playoff record, the Warriors are on the right track. There’s no beating around the bush, Golden State has looked deadly this postseason, and the -400 odds on the money line are a clear indicator that Warriors victory this Monday night is an online NBA betting certainty.
Kevin Durant came up big for the Warriors in Game 3. Durant led the team in points, thanks to his 38-point, 13-rebound, and 1-assist performance. Second in points for the Warriors was Stephen Curry, who lit up the scoreboard with 23-points, 5-rebounds, and 4-assists.
The Jazz were finally able to snap their 4-year postseason hiatus by delivering a 51-31 that paved the way to a 1st place finish in the Northwest Division and a 5th place finish in the Western Conference. Utah faced the Los Angeles Clippers in the opening round of the playoffs and after a fierce 7-game series, the Jazz were able to advance past their California rival 4-3.
Gordon Hayward led the Jazz in points in Game 3. Hayward was good for 29-points, 6-assists, and 2-rebounds. Hayward got some help from Rudy Gobert, who netted Utah 21-points, 15-rebounds, and 4-assists.