What Are the Odds of the NBA Finals Game 4?

The NBA Finals are now just four games away from a possible championship showdown between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Warriors hold an impressive 3-1 lead in the series, and they are looking to complete the comeback trip after losing three out of four games in the conference semifinals to the Toronto Raptors.

The Cavs, on the other hand, have been down 0-2 in the series, but they have battled back each time to give the faithful more to cheer for. With Game 4 on the horizon, here’s a breakdown of the odds for both teams:

Golden State Warriors:

Odds: 1,500+ (very favorable)

Current form: WWWWW

Historical form: WWWWW

Line moves: +155

Money line moves: +150

Total number of bets: 22,667

Total number of wagers: 28,500

Broadcast: ABC, TNT

Live stream: fuboTV, MLB.com, NHL.com, Xfinity, Sling

Social media: Twitter, Instagram, TikTok

What’s next: Game 4 is Wednesday night, and the Warriors will look to extend their series lead over the Cavaliers. The betting odds suggest that this won’t be an easy task, as the line for Game 4 currently sits at Cavaliers +285.

Cleveland Cavaliers:

Odds: −210 (very unfavorable)

Current form: WLLLL

Historical form: WLLLL

Line moves: −155

Money line moves: −175

Total number of bets: 21,583

Total number of wagers: 26,750

Broadcast: TNT, ABC, FS1

Live stream: fuboTV, NHL.com, Sling

Social media: Twitter, Instagram, TikTok

What’s next: The Cavaliers head to Oracle Arena on the east coast on Saturday to close out their series against the Golden State Warriors. Look for the betting lines to shift in favor of the home team in the next game, as the series has a tendency to trend in the opposite direction of the betting lines. On Saturday, Game 5 will mark the end of the road for the Cavaliers, with the series tied at 3-3 and heading back to Cleveland for Game 6. On Sunday, Game 7 will see the Golden State Warriors take on the Cleveland Cavaliers at 5:00 p.m. PDT. The winner is determined by whom has the better record over the course of the season. The NBA champion will be determined by the score of the final game of the series.