Game 3 NBA Finals Expert Picks, and Odds For June 8, 2016: Golden State Warriors at Cleveland Cavaliers.

Written and authored by National Basketball Association Expert Analyst Charlie Red McDougal. 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 (87-14) and top overall seed Golden State Warriors of the Western Conference Pacific Division will travel to the “BUCKEYE STATE” for game three of the 2016 NBA Finals. Golden State will play the (69-29) and one seed in the East Cleveland Cavaliers of the Eastern Conference Central in 2016 NBA Finals action.

Tip-off is 9:00 PM EST on the ABC Television Network. The game is on Wednesday, June 8, 2016. The teams will play at Quicken Loans Arena  “AKA” The Q in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. The best Sports Handicapper believes the Golden State Warriors must beware of a letdown. The first two games seemed too easy for the Warriors. The Cleveland Cavaliers on the other hand look lethargic in their quest for an NBA Title.

The Opening Betting line has Golden State as a one-point Road Favorite Against The Spread. The Betting Odds Total is 205 and a half points for Wednesday’s contest.

 

The Golden State Warriors looked vulnerable in the Western Conference Finals against Oklahoma City but won three straight to advance.

The defending NBA Champions are looking intimidating at virtually every position on the basketball court. Role players are stepping up while their stars struggle. It seems almost unfair for the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Fans in the “BAY AREA” are smelling a sweep and based on the first two games it looks like Golden State will bring home the trophy again this season. Golden State was outscored 21-19 in the first quarter but came back to get a 110-77 victory to take a 2-0 lead in the best of seven series.

Head Coach Steve Kerr reminded the Warriors there is a long way to go. The former University of Arizona star and Chicago Bulls reserve insists his team remains in the moment.

All Star Forward Draymond Green poured in a game high twenty eight points in their game two victory. 2016 MVP Stephen Curry and All Star Klay Thompson combined for thirty five points.  Neither has had a breakout game, they may be saving their best for games three and four in “NORTHEAST OHIO” .

The Golden State Warriors are 2/1 to win the 2016 NBA Championship.

 

The 2016 Cleveland Cavaliers looked like a team confused in the first two games of the NBA Finals. Point Guard Kyrie Irving seems intimidated on the “BIG STAGE”. I never would have thought I would write a negative statement about the former number-one overall pick.

Superstars LeBron James and Kevin Love don’t look much better than Irving and it is causing panic on the shores of “LAKE ERIE”. The Cavalier can redeem themselves with two straight home victories.

The Cavaliers have the talent to even the series. Center/Power Forward Tristan Thompson is the lone bright spot for Cleveland. The Canadian is hustling after missed shots and making layups around the basket.

Forward Kevin Love is currently being evaluated for the concussion protocol after being hit in the back of the head by Harrison Barnes while the two was going for a rebound. Love presence is needed at both ends of the basketball court if the Cavaliers have a chance.

The Cleveland Bench is clearly getting out played. Reserve Point Guard Matthew Dellavedova looks a step slow and out of place trying to defend Shaun Livingston or Leandro Barbosa. Richard Jefferson played alright in a reserve role but may be a few years past his prime.

The key to a Cleveland victory in game three is to push the basketball at a faster pace than in the first two games.

The Cleveland Cavaliers are 3/1 to win the 2016 NBA Title.

NBA New and Notes For Wednesday, June 8, 2016.

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