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Dallas Mavericks vs Golden State Warriors Bet Builder Tips: Tuesday, May 24th

Dallas Mavericks vs Golden State Warriors Bet Builder Tips: Tuesday, May 24th
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The Golden State Warriors are just one win from the 2022 NBA Finals. They face the Dallas Mavericks in Texas on Tuesday night with a dominant 3-0 series lead despite consecutive 40-point games from Luka Doncic. Golden State is still one-point underdogs for the contest, however.

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  • Dallas Mavericks vs Golden State Warriors Betting Analysis
  • Dallas Mavericks vs Golden State Warriors Bet Builder Tips

The Dubs notched a nine-point win in Game 3 on the back of brilliant two-way performances from Steph Curry and Andrew Wiggins. Dallas was held to 100 points as Davis Bertans, Reggie Bullock and Maxi Kleber combined to make zero of their 14 three-point attempts. Golden State was completely dominant on the glass throughout, amassing 14 offensive rebounds, with Kevon Looney putting in another very impressive performance at both ends.

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The points line is set at 215.5 for Tuesday’s Game 4. Game 1 was a long way short of this mark, and Game 3 came to just 209 total points with the Mavericks’ three-point shot deserting them once again. We had a high-scoring Game 2. The Mavs once again had a Shot Quality advantage for Game 3, but they were unable to take advantage of the good looks they generated. It’s worth backing the home team to bounce back from three with the Warriors potentially taking their foot off the gas – we’re taking the over.

Dallas Mavericks vs Golden State Warriors Builder Tips

  • Over 215.5 total points
  • Maxi Kleber under 4.5 rebounds
  • Spencer Dinwiddie over 13.5 points
  • Steph Curry Over 11.5 assists and rebounds

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Odds as at 2 pm May 24th. Odds may now differ.

Steph Curry is having another outrageous playoff series. Heading for the Western Conference Finals MVP award, Curry has been doing it all for the Dubs. His no-look three is what goes viral, but Curry has been contributing as a playmaker, defender and rebounder. He has double-doubles in two of three games in this series and averages 15 rebounds and assists per game over that span.

The two-time MVP has an assists and rebounds line of 11.5. He’s hit the over in each of his last four. There’s value backing him to do so once again as the Warriors look to secure a week off before the Finals.

Dallas’ rebounding woes are unlikely to improve. Doncic is by far their best rebounder with both Dwight Powell and Maxi Kleber struggling to be effective on the boards. Kleber’s rebounds line is set at 4.5 for Tuesday’s contest – he’s gone under that mark in each of his last five games, stretching back to the final two against Phoenix. With the Warriors continuing to crash, take the under on Kleber’s rebounds.

While Bullock and Bertans are expected to be more effective from three than they were a couple of days ago, Jason Kidd has shown a willingness to increase Spencer Dinwiddie’s minutes load in the search for offence. Dinwiddie scored 26 in Game 4. He’s scored 15 or more in four of his last five.

As the Mavs do all they can to find a spark against a stifling Warriors defence, Dinwiddie is going to get plenty of shots up. His points line at 13.5 is on the low side – back the over.

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