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NBA Finals Game 4 Bet Builder Tips: Boston Celtics vs Golden State Warriors, June 10th

NBA Finals Game 4 Bet Builder Tips: Boston Celtics vs Golden State Warriors, June 10th
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Game 4 of the NBA finals takes place tonight at 02:00 (UK time) at TD Garden, as the Celtics hope to take full control of the series and warm a 3-1 lead. It’s not over ’till it’s over, but the Warriors simply haven’t shown enough, and their play on the road in the playoffs has been subpar. I have a 3-piece Bet Builder for Game 4 of the NBA finals at 5.25 odds ready and waiting.

In this article:

  • Boston Celtics vs Golden State Warriors Betting Analysis
  • Boston Celtics vs Golden State Warriors Bet Builder Tips

The Boston Celtics are in a terrific position heading into Game 4, having stolen game 1 from the Dubs and taking care of business last time around. Their playoff road this year certainly hasn’t been easy, playing in two game 7 series prior to the finals against the Milwaukee Bucks and Miami Heat respectively. They are coming off an impressive 116-100 victory in Game 3, where Jaylen Brown, Jayson Tatum and Marcus Smart went for 27, 26 and 24 points respectively.

The Celtics have been in excellent shape in this series, and have been playing their best basketball on both sides of the floor. They have kept the Dubs to very low scoring numbers in all 3 games – 108, 107 and 100 respectively. Meanwhile, apart from the terrible 88-point outing in Game 2, the Cs have been scoring very well, with 120 in game 1 and 116 in game 3. The Celtics have been shooting 55.3% from the field and have also been the more physical team, winning the battle on the boards by a landslide.

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Meanwhile, the Golden State Warriors, who were the favourites to win the series at 1.66 odds prior to Game 1 are floating toward a waterfall. They let game 1 at Chase Center slip through their fingers, and they are now on the verge of being down 3-1 in the NBA finals. But what’s the reason behind their poor performance in this series? They were terrific all season, but a combination of injury issues and an elite defensive opponent have caused the Dubs to stall.

The Warriors are struggling to get their offence going against a gritty Celtics defence, shooting just 45.2 percent from the field and averaging 14 turnovers per game. Although Steph Curry has been at the top of his game, averaging 31.1 points per game, but he has suffered a foot injury recently and I don’t expect him to be 100% for tonight’s game. Otto Porter Jr. and Andre Igoudala are also on the injury list for Game 4, and even if they do play, the Dubs are in danger.

Boston Celtics vs Golden State Warriors Builder Tips

  • Celtics -3.5
  • Curry Under 28.5 Points
  • Robert Williams Under 6.5 Rebounds

Bet Builder available at odds of 5.25

Odds as at 5 pm June 10th. Odds may now differ.

I know I backed the Warriors to win the series before it even started, but they simply aren’t showing any signs of life. The Celtics have been shutting things down everywhere, and despite still shooting well from beyond the arc, they are making too many mistakes in order to make something happen. They are playing on the road once again, and the spread only rose by half a point since last time. Let’s face it, with only 44% of bettors backing the Celtics tonight, the value is with them tonight.

Despite averaging almost 32 points per game and being in excellent shape, I don’t expect Steph to be on his level tonight. He is listed as probable for tonight, but how well can he really play with a foot injury? I’m saying slower than usual. His points line is set at 28.5, and we don’t see him going over tonight.

Another important player on the injury list is Robert Williams III. The 24-year-old big has been a key part of Boston’s defensive success this season, and he has been playing solid minutes in the finals. Still, he has averaged just 6 rebounds per game, and having suffered a knee injury, I don’t expect him to be even close to 100%. Knee injuries are painful and even if he can play through it, expect his production in the box score to be very low.

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