NBA Finals Game 7 Warriors vs Cavaliers   bet365 Betting Line and Preview

NBA Finals Game 7 Warriors vs Cavaliers – bet365 Betting Line and Preview

The Cleveland Cavaliers have managed to turn the tables on the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals after their 115-101 home win game six of the best-of-seven series at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland on June 16th. The Cavs had their backs against the wall for the past two contests after falling behind in the series 3-1. But now both teams face a must-win situation in game seven at the Oracle Arena in Oakland this Sunday, June 19th. If Cleveland manages to pull it off they’ll become the first team in NBA history to win a Final series after trailing 3-1. The Warriors managed to beat the Cavs in six games in last year’s championship series, but everything’s on the line this Sunday.

Warriors vs Cavaliers Game 3 NBA Finals Betting Preview from bet365

Warriors vs Cavaliers Game 3 NBA Finals Betting Preview from bet365

The Cleveland Cavaliers and LeBron James are behind the eight-ball heading home to Cleveland after dropping their second straight game of the NBA Finals to the Golden State Warriors at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California on Sunday night. The Warriors handed the Cavs a 110-77 beat down in game two after winning the opening contest 104-89. Golden State has now won seven consecutive encounters with Cleveland and James. The two teams will meet at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland on Wednesday, June 8th for game three of the best-of-seven series.

NBA Finals Betting Preview   Cleveland Cavaliers vs Golden State Warriors

NBA Finals Betting Preview – Cleveland Cavaliers vs Golden State Warriors

By Ian S Palmer Join bet365 today and get a 100% Welcome Bonus to use towards NBA Finals Betting! For just the second time in franchise history, the Cleveland Cavaliers have made it all the way to the NBA Finals. They’ll be taking on the league’s top team this season in the Golden State Warriors when the best-of-seven series tips off on Thursday, June 4 on the west coast. The Cavs are hoping for a better outcome this time around since they were swept by the San Antonio Spurs in four games in their first final experience in the 2006/07 campaign. The Warriors haven’t fared much better recently as this will be the club’s first finals appearance since 1974/75, when …