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Over in the NHL, the Stanley Cup Final is tied heading into Game 5. Here in the NBA, the series is tied heading into Game 3. The Warriors lived up to the team’s nickname Sunday night, battling without Kevin Durant, a less-than-100% DeMarcus Cousins and eventually losing Kevin Looney in the first half and Klay Thompson in the fourth quarter. The NBA Finals flip to Oracle Arena, where the Warriors will be without both Kevins, while Klay looks likely to play.

Game 2 was defined by the third quarter, specifically the start of it. The Raptors held a five-point lead going into the second half, but the Warriors ignited with an 18-0 run to begin the third quarter. Toronto, specifically Kawhi Leonard (34 points and 14 rebounds), tried to make a push at the end but couldn’t keep pace with Golden State. Even though Thompson left the game in the fourth, he led the Warriors with 25 points. Steph Curry’s 23 points weren’t enough to keep his streak of six consecutive 30-point games alive. While injuries are pestering the Dubs, it was a blessing to see Boogie back in full action, as Cousins recorded a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds. They’ll need more of that if they hope to hold off the Raptors back in Oakland.

Game 3 tips off at 9 p.m. ET, and here’s a look at all of the betting action ahead of time.

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Raptors at Warriors

Betting Odds

Point Spread: Raptors +4.5
Total Points: 213
Money Line: Raptors +165; Warriors -190

Records

Overall: Raptors 71-31; Warriors 70-30
ATS: Raptors 48-53-1; Warriors 44-55-1
O/U: Raptors 54-48; Warriors 49-51

Notable Prop Bets

Raptors: Kawhi Leonard o/u 30.5 points
Warriors: Stephen Curry o/u 31.5 points

Betting Trends

— The Warriors have won 25 of their last 28 playoff games at Oracle Arena.

— The Raptors have covered the spread in 21 of their last 28 games as road underdogs against Western Conference opponents.

— Each of the Warriors’ last seven home games against Atlantic Division opponents have gone UNDER the total points line.

— The underdogs have won the second half in each of the last 10 games between the Raptors and Warriors.

— Andre Iguodala has scored the first basket in two of the Warriors’ last four home games.

— Stephen Curry has scored 33+ points in six of his last seven outings.

— Kawhi Leonard has scored 31+ points in each of the Raptors’ last six games after a loss.

— Pascal Siakam has scored 20+ points in each of the Raptors’ last three Game 3s.

— Fred VanVleet has scored 13+ points in each of his last five outings.

— Draymond Green has recorded nine or more assists in each of his last four outings.


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