We are not aware whether you realize it or not, but at BetAnySports, there are a number of NBA props you can choose from when dealing with all basketball games, and the action intensifies when it comes to NBA Finals Props. This series is tied up at a game apiece, and Game 3 gets underway at 9 PM ET at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland.
As far as the pointspread and the total is concerned, the Warriors, as of this writing, are one-point favorites, with a total of 194 points posted. But there is a lot more to the numbers a customer can wager on.
For example, you can bet on who is going to win the series. After Golden State emerged victorious in the first game, they were established as a -800 favorite, with Cleveland priced at +550 according to the NBA props at BetAnySports. But after the Cavaliers evened things up with a triple-double by Lebron James and some great defense, which held Steph Curry to just 5-23 from the field, the odds have tightened up. Golden State is now just a -230 favorite, with Cleveland priced at +190.
There are certain propositions that might be a tossup. For example, you can place a wager on what the largest lead of the game is going to be. Currently that is posted at 14.5 points, and you are going to lay a price of -115 either way. The same kind of thing holds true for the point totals of either team, not in terms of how much they are going to be, but whether they are going to be an odd number or an even number. However, you get a much better price on these, as you will lay -102 either way at BetAnySports.
There is a prop that is very challenging: the number of three-pointers that are made by either team, and the total that is going to be made in Game 3. It is perceived that Golden State is the team that is more likely to hit from downtown, but they haven’t done so well throughout the two games thus far, making just 29% of their attempts. Cleveland has obviously done a very good defensive job against them. But maybe the Warriors are due for something better. They are currently listed as a three-triple favorite (-3) and that is accompanied by a price of -105, while if you want the Cavaliers in that proposition you will get +3 but lay a price of -125 at BetAnySports.
And by the way, if you are talking about the total made between the two teams, the over/under on that one is 18.5, and if you like the “over,” you will lay -130, which means that you will have to wager $1.30 for every dollar you hope to win, but you will get even money on the “under.” Take note that even in a lousy shooting night for both teams, they made 17 three-pointers between them (17 of 62). And Cleveland and Golden State have made the same number of triples over the first two games.
When it comes to getting all you can out of a sportsbook experience, one destination that comes up very strong is BetAnySports, where you get all kinds of wagering options on Game 3 and everything else related to the NBA Finals. Remember that you can make deposits with Bitcoin, and they have customer support that speaks your language, whether it is English, Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, Cantonese or Mandarin!