1080p_NBA-SportsBook The Warriors and Trail Blazers are shifting their series out of the Golden State and up to the Beaver State for Game 3 tonight. Stephen Curry and the Dubs hold a 2-0 series lead, giving themselves a chance to close it out in their two-game trip to Portland. The two-time defending champs have been without Kevin Durant for the past three games and all signs point to his injury keeping him sidelined for the remainder of the series.

Let’s recap Game 2 in Oakland, AKA the one that got away … from the Trail Blazers. Portland held a 15-point lead going into the second half, and even after a huge third quarter from the Warriors, the Blazers regained an eight-point lead with four and a half minutes left in the fourth. Golden State, regardless of superstar injuries, outlasted Portland by three points thanks to Andre Iguodala’s clutch steal on Damian Lillard on the final possession. The Trail Blazers improved greatly from Game 1, but capitalizing on a Kevin Durant-less Warriors team has turned out to a very difficult task.

Game 3 tips off at 9:10 p.m. ET, and here’s a look at all of the betting action ahead of time.

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Warriors at Trail Blazers

Betting Odds

Point Spread: Warriors +2
Total Points: 221.5
Money Line: Warriors +115; Trail Blazers -130


Overall: Warriors 67-29; Trail Blazers 61-35
ATS: Warriors 42-54; Trail Blazers 52-43-1
O/U: Warriors 47-49; Trail Blazers 50-44-2

Notable Prop Bets

Warriors: Stephen Curry o/u 31.5 points
Trail Blazers: Damian Lillard o/u 26.5 points

Betting Trends

— The Warriors have won each of their last 13 playoff games against Northwest Division opponents.

— The Warriors have covered the spread in each of their last six playoff games as underdogs against Northwest Division opponents.

— Seven of the Warriors’ last eight Saturday night games have gone UNDER the total points line.

— The Warriors have won the second half in each of their last eight playoff games against the Trail Blazers.

— The Warriors have won the third quarter in each of their last nine road games against the Trail Blazers.

— Al-Farouq Aminu has scored the first basket in each of the Trail Blazers’ last two home games against the Warriors.

— Stephen Curry has scored 33-plus points in each of his last three outings.

— Andre Iguodala has scored seven points or less in 10 of his last 11 appearances against the Trail Blazers.

— Damian Lillard has scored 28+ points in each of his last seven appearances at Moda Center.

— CJ McCollum has scored 22 points or less in each of his last four appearances against the Warriors.

— Enes Kanter has recorded 10+ rebounds in eight of his last nine appearances at Moda Center.

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