2016 NBA Playoffs Game 6 Western Conference Finals Predictions, and Odds: Golden State Warriors at Oklahoma City Thunder.

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 73.1% rate and will continue through the NBA Finals in June of 2016.

The (83-14) and top seed Golden State Warriors of the Western Conference Pacific Division will make their final trip to “TORNADO ALLEY” for game six of the 2016 Western Conference Finals.

Golden State takes on the (66-20) and number three seed Oklahoma City Thunder of the Western Conference Northwest in 2016 NBA Playoff action. Tip-off is 9:00 PM EST on the TNT Television Network. The game is on Saturday, May 28, 2016. The teams will play at Chesapeake Energy Arena in downtown Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

The best Sports Handicapper believes the Golden State Warriors got a big home win to extend the series. The Oklahoma City Thunder want to treat their home fans to a Western Conference Finals victory. It won’t be easy, Golden State will be ready.

The Opening Betting line has Oklahoma City as a point Home Underdog Against The Spread. The Betting Odds Total is 221 for Saturday’s game six contest.


The Golden State Warriors got a fabulous performance from every members of the team to force a six-game in the Midwest.  Golden State outscored “OKC” in the first, second and fourth quarters to come away with a nine-point victory.

The All Star backcourt combination of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson combined for nearly half of the team’s points. Draymond Green got his touch back, scoring eleven. The big surprise for Golden State was Center Andrew Bogut, 15-points in twenty nine minutes of action.

Reserve Forward Marreese Speights came off of the bench and provided the second unit with a lift. The former University of Florida standout scored fourteen points. Speights continues to impress with his soft touch from anywhere on the basketball court.

Golden State has put the pressure back on the Thunder to close the series out in the “SOONER STATE”. Golden State must match the Oklahoma City intensity at both ends of the floor..

The key to a Golden State victory is to make open shots and keep playing with enthusiasm. Curry and Thompson must get Bogut touches in the post.

The Golden State Warriors are 3/1 to win the 2016 NBA World Championship.


The 2016 Oklahoma City Thunder have a chance to get to the NBA Finals with a home victory Saturday. Oklahoma City impressed in their game five defeat with high-fives as the game was ending.

Superstar Kevin Durant was seen pumping his teammates up, even though the game was over. He’s basically telling coaches they will be ready to defend their home floor in game six.

Oklahoma City competed from start to finish and had a belief they were going to win no matter if the game is out of reach or not. It shows the maturation process working for Kevin Durant as a professional

Point Guard Russell Westbrook had his struggles on the slippery court at ORacle Arena but he will be intact for game six in front of the home crowd.

Head Coach Billy Donovan has put together a game plan that has worked. The Thunder can;t afford to stray from what has them with a 3-2 lead. The key to a Thunder victory is to play like it’s the last game of their playoff lives.

The Oklahoma City Thunder are listed at 9/5 to win the 2016 NBA Title.

NBA New and Notes For Saturday, May 28, 2016.

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