Warriors at Cavaliers Betting Preview

November 19th, 2019 NBA Basketball

As the 2015-16 NBA Season move on through the season, this coming Monday the 18th of January we have an interesting match-up between the reigning 2014-15 NBA Champions the Golden State Warriors and the runners-up last season, the Cleveland Cavaliers.

That game with the 37-4 Golden State Warriors playing at the 28-10 Cleveland Cavaliers will have a tip-off time of 8:10 PM ET and the game played at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio and seen on TNT TV, and as of this time no odds are available.

For those that Bet on NBA at an Offshore sportsbook, going into this game, we look at the past when the Warriors were last in Cleveland, they were occupying the visiting teams locker room celebrating their victory and the NBA Title as the jumped and shouted and had champagne showers for all. So this Monday that game will be their second and final game of this regular season as the 1st game was played at the Oracle Stadium on Christmas Day and won by the Warriors, and now the Warriors are seeking to sweep their series with the Cavaliers.

The Warriors S. Curry (a Splash Brother) back in 2012-2013 season he set a new record for 3 pointers with 272, then in 2014-15 season he bettered that mark shooting some 286 3 pointers and presently lacks 100 3 pointer to tie that mark and with 41 more game to go its likely he will break his own record on 3 pointers this season.

The Golden State Warriors going back to April of 2015 the team has not lost back to back games, while the team has a 48.5 shooting percent and averaging some 114 points a game, while allowing opponents some 103 points each game and shooting percent of 43. The leaders are S. Curry who has been averaging some 30 points a game with 6.3 assists, and K. Thompson follows averaging 21 points a game with 4 rebounds each game. Their D. Green has averaged 7.4 assists each game while F. Ezell has had 6.2 rebound’s each game. Overall Warriors are averaging 42.3 from 3 point range and with 75.4 percent from the foul line. Defensively the Warriors are allowing their opponents to score some 31.5 percent from 3 point ranges and the opponents are getting some 47 rebounds each game.

On the other side the Cavaliers are seeking more victories since they have won 7 of their ultimate 8 games as of late. They have been averaging some 101.5 points a game on 45 percent shooting, while allowing opponents to score some 95.2 points each game with a 43.8 percent shooting mark. Leading the team is L. James who has averaged 25.6 points and rebounding 7.5 times each game, with K. Irving each game is averaging some 18 points with 3.9 assists each game. Other players like K. Love has had 11 rebounds each game while J. Smith has averages some 1.7 assists each game.

Overall the Cavaliers have been averaging 36 percent shooting from 3 point ranges and 73 percent from the foul line, while defensively they have allowed their opponents to average 34 percent from beyond the arc, while the opponents have had 45 rebounds each game to date. Cleveland has only lost 2 home games since back in March 2015. In their last game they lost on Saturday night to the Pistons of Detroit 113-95 and the team shot their lowest average of the season at 36.1 percent from the field as they come to the midway of the season at 37-4 to date.

The Cavaliers have won 9 of their ultimate 10 games and in their conference they are the leaders at 28-10, while at home this season their losses are few and far between as their home record this season is 15 and 1.

The online betting prediction in this rivalry game between the Eastern Conference Cleveland Cavaliers with a .737 win percent playing the Western Conference Golden State Warriors with a win percent of .902 which makes it difficult to imagine anyone but the Golden State Warriors winning this game with the score depending on the “Splash Brothers! ”

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