Neither the Golden State Warriors nor attorneys for the plaintiffs returned The Post's request for comment. That first-half spread is a bit puzzling, considering the full-game line is Warriors -6.5, which should make the first-half spread around -3.5 or -4.
Hardly any have gone like that since.
If you've had your ear to the betting ground on Twitter during the NBA Playoffs, you may have stumbled upon a very profitable trend that's hitting at a remarkable 100 percent through the 2017 postseason. While Leonard sat out with the ankle injury, Aldridge scored 34 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to help the Spurs to a stunning 39-point victory.
If you like blowouts, you love these National Basketball Association playoffs. You know, also the way Klay can defend.
That being said, the Spurs need more than just the proverbial wing and a prayer.
Green says Thompson, who averaged a career-high 22.3 points and made a team-best 41.4% of his threes, didn't get the credit he deserved for helping the Warriors win a league-leading 67 games. And the lone "upset" in a series so far was fifth-seeded Utah topping the fourth-seeded Los Angeles Clippers in their first-round Western Conference matchup. That team was a history-making bunch of its own, winning 73 games in the regular season. "So I don't agree with the calls that I'm a dirty player".
Teams falling behind 0-2 in a series are a ideal 9-0 ATS versus the first-half pointspread in Game 3. "So, it was definitely something different than I've seen here". But it's happening a lot. "But, next game I won't do that".
It's certainly odd. But nobody seems to be complaining.
Turner is enjoying its best numbers for playoffs since 2014, the network saying it's up 6 percent over past year with gains across all key demographics.
"What you look at, it doesn't matter how many points you win by", Golden State acting coach Mike Brown said.
"Not at all", said Warriors guard Stephen Curry.
And determine whether injured superstar Kawhi Leonard might be healthy enough to return from an ankle injury, too.
Leonard's status remains unknown for Game 3, but the Spurs said that regardless of whether their star player is available, they are going to leave everything on the floor.
"It's that time of year", Green said. "Every game matters. Every single possession matters".
You just want to continue to build good habits, sustain the level of play. "I love playing that way".
Joining Harden and James on the first team were Oklahoma City's Russell Westbrook, San Antonio's Kawhi Leonard and New Orleans' Anthony Davis. You've got to be the most physical team, the team that wants it the most. Westbrook, Leonard and Davis are now two-time first-teamers.
Steph Curry and Kevin Durant have been better than advertised, producing a combined 119 points in Games 1 and 2. Golden State is off to a 10-0 start in the Western Conference.