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Evan Sidery for Bookies.com

By Evan Sidery | | 2 mins

Daily NBA Bets To Back & Free NBA Tips

Daily NBA Bets To Back & Free NBA Tips

It’s time for more NBA betting analysis for Thursday’s NBA Finals matchup. Who wins between the Golden State Warriors and Boston Celtics in Game 6? Without further ado, let’s dive into our NBA picks against the spread.

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Thursday’s NBA Betting Lines To Back

Warriors +4 Over Celtics

Betting apps are providing great value on Golden State staying competitive and potentially finishing off the NBA Finals in Boston on Thursday night. When the Warriors have been an underdog throughout the postseason, more often than not they tend to cover in that situation.

So, with a championship on the line, we’re rolling with the proven group in the Warriors. Expect to see Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson put together spectacular scoring performances, which leads to another championship on the resume. If not, it’s at least a one-possession finish at the end. Hammer with emphasis Warriors +4 on Caesars Sportsbook.

Warriors vs. Celtics Over 210 Total Points

The game flow for Thursday’’s contest is going to be one where points come in bunches. Expect to see a strong response from Boston, including from Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown on the wing. Also, as mentioned, it would be stunning if the Warriors backcourt of Curry and Thompson didn't go off as well.

Multiple role players will also play an underrated part in this drama, including Boston’s Al Horford and Golden State’s Jordan Poole. Bet big on the over to cash in Game 6. Hammer the over of 210 total points in Game 6 of the NBA Finals on BetMGM.


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About the Author

Evan Sidery for Bookies.com
Evan Sidery
Evan has written about sports and sports betting for several years. He is also a national NBA reporter for BasketballNews.com and has contributed for Forbes and SB Nation.