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Is Boston Going to Win Game 6? You Betchya.
Let’s get this out of the way, right out of the gate: The Celtics are winning Thursday night.
So just book it.
Lots of options here, but the money line (-165), even at that price, seems golden.
Boston won’t back down, they’ll turn this around.
The Celtics, this version, this team, is not losing at home, not with this much at stake.
Expect a game full of Pierce-y, feisty energy – but, please, no harmful fouls.
But there certainly will be tons of free throws so take the under (210.5, -115, odds courtesy of BetMGM. Check out BetMGM Promos here).
The Celtics will send the battered and bruised Warriors back to San Francisco.
Then, it will become the ultimate showdown, after long flights and semi-fights that still linger, statistical analyses destroyed, egos damaged, a battle lost, and some finger-pointing. Probably the middle one at someone. Wink: Take it easy, boisterous Boston fans. We’re going 7. You got it.
And determination will rule the day Sunday in the Bay.
However, before then, go with these on Thursday:
- Jaylen Brown is not getting 7 rebounds (-130).
- Marcus Smart will have a solid game. Over 15.5 looks like a gift.
- Finally, what’s Steph gonna do? Feels like he’ll do his thing and score in the 20s but not 29. (28.5 - 120).