2016 NBA Playoffs Game 2 Western Conference Finals ATS Picks, and Odds: Oklahoma City Thunder at Golden State Warriors.

Written and authored by National Basketball Association Expert Analyst Bobby Wallace. Charliessports.com produces it for Basketball Point Spread news and notes. NBA Playoff Premium 500-star Predictions are winning at a 74.1% rate and will continue through the NBA Finals in June of 2016. The (64-30) and number three seed Oklahoma City Thunder of the Western Conference Northwest Division will be in the “BAY AREA” for the second game of the Western Conference Finals. Oklahoma City plays the (81-12) and one seed Golden State Warriors of the Western Conference Pacific in 2016 NBA Playoff action. Tip-off is 9:00 PM EST on the TNT Television Network. The game is on Wednesday, May 18, 2016. The teams will play at outdated Oracle Arena in Oakland, California. The best Sports Handicapper believes the Oklahoma City Thunder shocked basketball fans with an upset in game one of the best of seven series. Golden State is still the team to beat in the 2016 NBA Playoff landscape. The Opening Betting line has Oklahoma City as an eight and a half-point Road Underdog Against The Spread. The Betting Odds Total is 221′ for Wednesday’s game.

The 2016 Oklahoma City Thunder trailed the Golden State Warriors by thirteen points at halftime. Starting Point Guard Russell Westbrook took over in the third quarter.

The Southern California native led all player with twenty-seven points; 24-points were in the second half. Head Coach Billy Donovan is doing a fantastic job with the Thunder.

The former Florida Gators coach, who has back to back NCAA title under his belt is optimistic in upsetting the Warriors. Donovan is trusting backup players at crucial moments.

Reserves Randy Foye and Dion Waiters can answer the bell when they are called. Enes Kanter and Steven Adams have length, which gives the Warriors first line trouble. Kanter is a multi-dimensional player who can make finesse opponents in the post and also make three point shots.

Superstar Kevin Durant missed seven shots in a row in the fourth quarter; his performance must improve down the stretch. The key to a Thunder victory in game two is to play tight defense and defend the three point line.

The Oklahoma City Thunder are listed at +350 to win the 2016 World Championship.



The defending NBA Champion Golden State Warriors find themselves in unfamiliar territory down 0-1. Golden State had their struggles in the late stages of Tuesday’s 108-102 loss to Oklahoma City.

Head Coach Steve Kerr was not happy with his veteran team pulling the trigger to fast down the stretch.

Golden State had too many empty possessions late in the fourth quarter. The coaching staff will spend the off correcting mistakes to ensure a victory in game two.

The last thing Golden State wants is to travel to Oklahoma City down two games. The Warriors seem to have trouble with the length of the Thunder bigs, Kanter, Ibaka, and Adams.

Two-time Most Valuable Player Stephen Curry and sidekick Klay Thompson combined for fifty-one points. Center Andrew Bogut was scoreless in the contest. Kerr and his staff must find way’s to get Bogut the ball in the interior.

The key for Golden State to tie the series is to concentrate on the moment. Draymond Green must control his emotions, stop “FLEXING” his muscle towards the Thunder bench.

The Golden State Warriors are listed at +110 to win the 2016 NBA Title.

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