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Golden State Warriors vs. Utah Jazz Playoffs Point Spread Pick from Jimmy Boyd: May 8th 2017

| May 8, 2017

Golden State Warriors vs. Utah Jazz
NBA Playoffs Point Spread Pick: Jazz +8.5 (May 8th 2017)
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I’ve got a premium play on the total in this game. While I’m not as big on the spread, I do feel that there’s more than enough value here with Utah to pull the trigger on a small wager. Most are going to compare what the Cavs are doing in the East and expect the Warriors to follow suit. What people are forgetting is the top of the West is much better than the East. The only thing that scares me here is that the way the Jazz lost Game 3 has crushed their spirits. I’m banking that’s not the case and Utah will do everything it can to try and get a win tonight in front of their home crowd, even when they know they aren’t winning this series. There’s a sense of pride in not getting swept, especially on your home floor.

There’s definitely plenty of reason to think Utah can cover this spread, if they show up to play. While it’s coming in losing efforts, their defense is giving Golden State problems. The Warriors are averaging 107.7 ppg in the series. They averaged 119.5 ppg against the Blazers in round 1 and 115.9 ppg during the regular season. I look for the defense of the Jazz to keep them in it enough here that even if they lose they cash in on the spread. Take Utah!

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San Antonio Spurs vs. Houston Rockets NBA Playoffs Point Spread Pick from Jesse Schule: May 7th 2017

| May 7, 2017

San Antonio Spurs vs. Houston Rockets
NBA Playoffs Pick: San Antonio +6 (May 7th 2017)
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The Spurs suffered their worst lost in history in Game 1 of this series versus Houston, but they have responded with back to back wins to take a 2-1 lead heading into Game 4. LaMarcus Aldridge struggled in the series opener, but he was great in Game 3, scoring 26 points with seven rebounds and four blocked shots. These teams played close gamed during the regular season, with three of the four decided by just a two point margin.

The bookmakers have made the Rockets a six point favorite on Sunday, and I like the Spurs plus the points. San Antonio has seized the momentum, and their defense was impressive holding Houston to just 36.4 percent shooting in the last game. The Rockets have failed to cover in seven of their last eight home games, and San Antonio has covered in four straight at Houston.

Houston Rockets vs. Oklahoma City Thunder Point Spread Pick: April 23rd 2017

| April 23, 2017

Houston Rockets vs. Oklahoma City Thunder
NBA Point Spread Pick: Rockets +1.5 (April 23rd 2017)
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I like the value here with Houston, who hasn’t played great in either of the last two games. They were especially bad in Game 3 and still almost won the game. I just don’t think OKC has enough outside of Westbrook to make this a series. Game 3 is always a letdown spot for the team up 2-0. I look for the Rockets to come out all business here and wouldn’t be shocked if they won this one going away.

Houston has gone an impressive 11-3 ATS as a road dog this season and are 133-4 ATS on the road with a line of +3 to -3. The Rockets are also 12-2 ATS this season when revenging a road loss and a perfect 7-0 ATS in this spot when revenging a road loss where they allowed 110 or more points. Take Houston!

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Golden State Warriors vs. Portland Trailblazers NBA Betting Prediction from Will Rogers: April 22nd 2017

| April 22, 2017

Golden State Warriors vs. Portland Trailblazers
NBA Betting Prediction: GS -6 points (April 22nd 2017)
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The set-up: Portland guards Lillard (34) and McCollum (41) went wild in Game 1 but in the end, the Warriors were still able to come away with a 121-109 win. Durant suffered a minor calf injury in Game 1 and as a precaution, was held out of Game 2. The result was a 110-81 blowout win by the Warriors. Lillard was held to 12 points (5 of 17 shooting) and McCollum to 11 points (4 of 17). Golden St. spread the wealth around, as Curry and Thompson led with modest point totals of 19 and 16, respectively. Green added just six points but had 12 rebounds and 10 assists.

Golden State: Durant said he would have been able to go in Game 2 but the team decided to take the cautious approach. It’s possible the Warriors could do the same here in Game 3. Durant, who had 32 points and 10 rebounds in a 121-109 victory in Sunday’s opener, would get a full seven days off if Golden State elects to hold him out of Game 3.

Portland: The Blazers were 25-16 at home during the regular season, finishing by winning 11 of their last 14. “We have to get a win,” PG Damian Lillard said. “You don’t want to go into Game 4 down 3-0. That’s dangerous territory. We’ll feel a lot better if we go into Game 4 down 2-1, looking to tie up the series.” Portland could also use some defensive presence on the interior after allowing Golden State’s center duo of Zaza Pachulia and JaVale McGee to go 12-of-15 from the floor. However, center Jusuf Nurkic (fractured leg) sat out the first two games of the series and remains questionable for Game 3.

The pick: Durant or no Durant, the Warriors have gone 10-1 against the Blazers the last three regular seasons and are now 6-1 against them these last two postseasons. Take the Warriors.