NBA Finals Back in Boston for The First Time Since 2010 With huge Game 3
The 2022 NBA Finals returns to primetime Wednesday night (ABC, 9 p.m. ET) and for the first time in 12 years, Boston is hosting a game at TD Garden, which figures to be rocking.
The Celtics and the Golden State Warriors are tied 1-1 so tonight’s game is critical for this reason: When an NBA Finals has been tied 1-1 (39 times) the team that wins Game 3 has won the championship 82.1 percent of the time (32-7).
Boston is favored by 3.5 points at most sports books but shop around on these New Jersey Online Casinos to find the best odds.
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Surprisingly, the Celtics haven’t been great at home this postseason. Boston was 1-2 at home against Miami and 2-2 at home against Milwaukee.
I’ve said all along that the series seems destined to go to a Game 7 and I still believe that.
So I’m saying that Boston takes care of business tonight but then loses to Golden State Friday in Game 4. Which of course would set up a best-of-3 series with the potential Game 7 scheduled for Father’s Day (Sunday, June 19).
Expect a heated, closely contested, and highly entertaining series the rest of the way.
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