Cleveland Cavaliers versus Golden St Warriors Pick Prediction NBA Pro Basketball Finals Playoffs Game 1 Point Spread Betting Lines Odds Preview 6-4-2015

The Cleveland Cavaliers will travel for Game 1 of the NBA Finals when they meet the Golden St Warriors in an NBA pro basketball playoff game set for Thursday June 4th.

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Start time for Game 1 from Golden St is scheduled for 9PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by ABC TV.

The betting odds have the home side Golden St Warriors the -6 point favorite with an over under line set at 202 points.

The teams met twice during the regular season with each team winning on their home court. On January 9th it was Golden St with the 112-94 home victory as a -13 point betting favorite.

Cleveland qualifies for the NBA Finals following their 118-88 home victory in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals on May 26th to the Atlanta Hawks to complete the sweep as a -7 ½ point betting favorite. The total went over 195 ½ points.

The Cavaliers were up 59-42 at the half. They shot 49% from the field with 13 of 31 from three. LeBron James had 23 points and nine rebounds hitting on 10 of 20 shots. Cleveland crushed the Hawks on the glass by a 56-39 rebounding margin. The Cavs held Atlanta to 42% shooting with 5 of 32 from three point range.

Golden St advances past the Western conference finals following the 104-90 home victory on May 27th in Game 5 to the Houston Rockets as a -9 ½ point wagering favorite. The total went under 217 ½ points.

The Warriors shot 40% from the field with 9 of 29 from three point distance. Stephen Curry had 26 points and eight rebounds hitting on 7 of 21 shots. They undressed the Rockets on the glass with 20 more rebounds. Golden St survived 18 turnovers by forcing 20 to Houston. Warriors limited the Rockets to just 35% shooting with 5 of 24 three pointers.

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