Warriors favored to beat Celtics in NBA Finals

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Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors drives into the basket during a game against Marcus Smart #36 of the Boston Celtics in the first round at Chase Center on March 16, 2022 in San Francisco, California. Lachlan Cunningham / Getty Images / AFP

A week before the official start of the season, the Golden State Warriors won 12-1 to qualify for the NBA Finals.

Now, at the start of Finals week, the Warriors are prioritized to beat Eastern Conference champions Boston Celtics and win their fourth NBA championship under Steve Kerr.

Some could claim an even bigger potential reward against the underdog Boston if they take advantage of the big sportsbooks that install the new interface team as a 50-1 record.

Under +130 in the 2022 Finals, the Celtics lose by 3.5 points in Game 1, scheduled for Thursday (Friday in Manila) at the Chase Center in San Francisco.

Just 10 days ago, Boston was still 10 to 1 to make it to the Finals at DraftKings, BetMGM and Caesars, and 12 to 1 at PointsBet.

A $250 bet before the Eastern Conference finals on the Celtics to win the title will pay $2,500 if Boston can pull off the upset.

Warriors star Stephen Curry was the favorite to win MVP in the Finals with +110, ahead of Jayson Tatum (+175) and Jaylen Brown (+1000) of the Celtics.


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