Your Friday night’s bound to be a wild one thanks to these two spectacular games in store for your viewing and betting pleasure.
Our first game features the defending champion Golden State Warriors going up against LeBron James and the rest of the Cleveland Cavaliers for Game 4 of the 2016 NBA Finals. Golden State currently holds the lead in that series, 2-1. A win for them will put them one step closer to claiming the Larry O’Brien Trophy. Can the Dubs do so, or will the Cavaliers even things up?
Later on at AT&T Park, the San Francisco Giants welcome a very familiar foe in the Los Angeles Dodgers for the first meeting of a three-game set. Which of these two powerhouse clubs will draw first blood in this much-anticipated series?
Read on below for a quick look at both matchups. And if you’re craving for more baseball, click here to check out our preview of the bout between the Detroit Tigers and New York Yankees.
Golden State Warriors vs. Cleveland Cavaliers (9:00 PM ET)
Meanwhile, the Golden State Warriors will hope that Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson can redeem themselves from their underwhelming performance in Wednesday night’s game. Both guards shot below 50 percent from the floor and racked up just 29 points combined. Golden State is 5-5 SU and 4-6 ATS in its last 10 road games.
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Cleveland (-2) wins and ties the series up at 2-2.
Los Angeles Dodgers vs. San Francisco Giants (10:15 PM ET)
This is going to be one hell of a pitching duel. The Los Angeles Dodgers will hand the ball to their beloved ace, Clayton Kershaw (8-1, 1.46 ERA). He heads into tonight’s game coming off a brilliant performance in his last start on Saturday against the Braves. In that game, the 28-year-old lefty registered six shutout innings and only surrendered one free pass. Kershaw carries a 17-7 win-loss record along with a 1.60 ERA across 33 career games (32 starts) versus the San Francisco Giants.
Speaking of the Giants, they’ll be countering with their own ace in Johnny Cueto (9-1, 2.16 ERA). He’s also fresh off a sensational outing in his most recent start. The 30-year-old righty logged in six inning of one-run ball despite allowing five walks against the Cardinals last Friday. A repeat of this performance wouldn’t be surprising as Cueto’s been at his best whenever he plays in front of a home crowd. He is 3-1 with a 2.01 ERA and 0.97 WHIP through five starts at AT&T Park this season.
Los Angeles is 9-1 in Kershaw’s last 10 starts. San Francisco, meanwhile, is 5-5 SU in its past 10 games.
Dodgers (-155) win it, 4-1.
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