Warriors Sweep of Cavs in 2017 NBA Finals Pays Nearly $700

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Jun/08/2017

Should the Golden State Warriors happen to sweep the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2017 NBA Finals, the payout would be just shy of $700 on every $100 bet.

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Golden State will enter Game 4 of the Finals up 3-0 following a 118-113 victory over the Cavs in Cleveland.  They also covered the spread in that game.  This was their 6th straight cover and 15th straight victory in this year’s post season.  The Warriors have won 16 straight games and 30 of their last 31 games.  

Kevin Durant drained a big 3-pointer with 45.3 seconds left and scored 31 points for the Warriors Wednesday night.

Game 4 will take place on Friday with the Warriors listed as a -6 road favorite.  The total opened at 227 and moved up to 228.5.

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