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The Warriors will have the first opportunity of the four remaining teams to punch their ticket to the NBA Finals. Closing out the series tonight in Portland would mark Golden State’s fifth consecutive NBA Finals appearance. Although, this will be the first time that the Warriors won’t have home-court advantage in the finals, as both Milwaukee and Toronto had better regular season records. That is certainly unfamiliar territory for the two-time reigning champions.

Draymond Green was the big story in Game 3. He seemed to be everywhere on the court, recording his seventh career triple-double with 20 points, 13 rebounds, and 12 assists. There hasn’t been any drop off from the Kevin Durant injury. In fact, the spotlight simply has shifted to Stephen Curry. Durant was topping the postseason stat charts with 34.2 PPG up until his injury. Curry has averaged 35.5 PPG in the four games without KD. Portland fans might have thought their team would have an easier time on defense without Durant to worry about, but they’ve been proven wrong. Unless the Trail Blazers can pull off a miracle, it looks like we’re one step closer to watching another parade in Oakland.

Game 4 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 -3.5
Total Points: 219.5
Money Line: Warriors -162; Trail Blazers +140

Records

Overall: Warriors 68-29; Trail Blazers 61-36
ATS: Warriors 43-54; Trail Blazers 52-44-1
O/U: Warriors 47-50; Trail Blazers 50-45-2

Notable Prop Bets

Warriors: Stephen Curry o/u 32.5 points
Trail Blazers: Damian Lillard o/u 25.5 points

Betting Trends

— The Warriors have won each of their last 14 playoff games against Northwest Division opponents.

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

— Seven of the Trail Blazers’ last eight games against the Warriors following a home loss have gone OVER the total points line.

— The Trail Blazers have lost the second half in each of their last nine playoff games against Pacific Division opponents.

— The Warriors have won the third quarter in each of their last 10 games against the Trail Blazers at Moda Center.

— Al-Farouq Aminu has scored the first basket in two of the Trail Blazers’ last three games as home underdogs.

— Stephen Curry has scored 33+ points in each of his last four outings.

— Draymond Green has scored 15+ points in four of the Warriors’ last five road games.

— CJ McCollum has scored 23 points or less in each of his last five appearances against the Warriors.

— Damian Lillard has scored 23 points or less in each of his last four outings.


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