Boston Celtics vs Golden State Warriors (Game 3) – Prediction, Odds & Betting Tips 09/06/22, Team News and Lineups
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All tied up at 1-1 and now the series shifts to Boston!
— NBA (@NBA) June 6, 2022
Bookmaker Ratings: Prediction One – Handicap (+4.5) for Warriors – 1.78.
Bookmaker Ratings: Prediction Two – Total Match Points Over 211.5 – 1.83.
Bookmaker Ratings: Prediction Three – Warriors Points Over 105.5 – 1.95.
Bookmaker Ratings: Prediction Four – Celtics Points Over 106.5 – 1.89.
Bookmaker Ratings: Prediction Five – Curry Points Over 28.5 – 1.86.
Match Predict – Handicap (+4.5) for Warriors
The Boston Celtics are fighting to the last minute. The team is well aware that their time has come and they should make the most of this opportunity, especially since the Celtics won on the road and are now in a winning situation.
The Golden State Warriors turned on the speed, even though they had to concede to do so. They know that they have no margin for error, but they know that there is no such thing as a weak opponent in the finals. We assume that the Celtics will aggressively press Steph Curry and company, but the impression is that Steve Kerr is ready for that and, at the very least, his club will put up a fight.
Total Points – Over 211.5
In the last meeting, a real fight came to the fore. An important victory is at stake, so it is unlikely that in the third game of the series the rivals will take risks. However, I think, there will be over 211.5 points scored.
Away Side Points – Over 105.5
In all five of their last five head-to-head games, the Warriors have scored more than 103.5 points.
Home Side Points – Over 106.5
The Celtics average 105.7 points at home in the postseason.
Preliminary review and match prediction for Boston Celtics vs Golden State Warriors
all business pic.twitter.com/ZVLoA1Rvpu
— Boston Celtics (@celtics) June 7, 2022
The Celtics proved to everyone that if you work on your game, you can get pretty good results. The team has been through a lot, but now they are fighting for the gold medals in the NBA finals. As a reminder, the club beat Brooklyn Nets (4-0), Milwaukee Bucks (4-3) and Miami Heat (4-3) over the course of the playoff tournament.
They won the first game and a failed second against the Warriors. Now it’s time for home games.
The score in the final battle is tied (1-1). In the last game, the Boston Celtics blew a lead of 88-107.
Overall, the Celtics fell apart on the basketball court. The Celtics couldn’t take the lead in the duel. There’s still a chance. On the home court, the Eastern Conference champion is especially strong. The club proved that in playoff games against the Nets, Milwaukee Bucks and Miami Heat.
The last meeting ended with the Warriors’ dictation, meaning the opponent took revenge (88-107). In that last game, Jayson Tatum scored 28 points, 6 rebounds and 3 assists.
Golden State Warriors:
One down. Three to go. pic.twitter.com/4HbZ2pk7nf
— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) June 6, 2022
The Golden State Warriors sent the Memphis Grizzlies, Denver Nuggets and Dallas Mavericks to rest on their way to the finals.
For the Warriors, the second game of the finals was a special one.
Another piece of good news for the Golden State, was as Gary Payton returned to the lineup. The Californian was injured during a quarterfinal game against the Memphis Grizzlies.
Steve Kerr has everything going according to plan, though it’s unlikely his guys were counting on losing the first game of the final series. Now, the series is tied and it’s time to show their strength in the away games.
In the second game of the series, Steph Curry scored 29 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists.
In three of the last five head-to-head games, the game started with an accurate two-point shot.
Statistics for Warriors vs Celtics
- Steph Curry scored 30 points in his last game at TD Garden;
- Jayson Tatum averages 26.4 points per game at home;
- The Celtics average 105.7 points at home in the postseason;
- The Celtics are committing 29 fouls per game,
- The Warriors are committing 35 fouls per game;
- Steve Kerr’s side is averaging 27.9 assists per game.
Boston Celtics vs Golden State Warriors Team News
James Wiseman (Out), Gary Payton II (Day-to-day), Andre Iguodala (Day-to-day) and Otto Porter Jr. (Day-to-day) are listed as injured for the Boston Celtics.
Only Robert Williams III (Day-to-day) is listed as injured for the Golden State Warriors.
In our opinion, the teams will take to the field with the following line-ups:
Boston Celtics: PG – Marcus Smart; SG – Jaylen Brown; SF – Jayson Tatum; PF – Al Horford; C – Robert Williams
Golden State Warriors: PG – Steph Curry; SG – Klay Thompson; SF – Andrew Wiggins; PF – Draymond Green; C – Kevon Looney.
Marcus Smart from the Boston Celtics and Steph Curry from the Golden State Warriors are our highlighted players in the match.
Most popular FAQ for Boston Celtics vs Golden State Warriors
Who won the last meeting between these clubs?
In the last game (Game 2), the Warriors defeated the Celtics with a score of 107-88.
Where will this fixture be played?
The match will be played at TD Garden, Boston, MA.
Which bookmaker has the best odds for this game?
We recommend checking out the odds for NBA Finals: Celtics vs Warriors at Sportsbet.io and Vbet.
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