Cavs-Celtics Game 2 NBA Playoffs Betting Odds

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May/19/2017

The Cavs-Celtics Game 2 betting odds for the 2017 NBA Playoffs had Boston once again as a home underdog, this time at +5.

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Cleveland looks to take a 2-0 lead in the series following a 117-104 victory for which Cavs star Lebron James seemed unimpressed.

"I don't even think we played that great tonight," James commented after that game.

The win was the Cavs' 12th straight in the playoffs, dating back to the last three games of the finals last year. 

Cleveland would pay out 3-1 odds or $30 for every $10 bet should they win the 2017 NBA Championship.

The Celtics will have their work cut out for them, having lost five of the last six games against the Cavs and five of the last six games versus Cleveland at home.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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