NBA Best Bet: Going Low in Los Angeles

Jun 30, 2021
NBA Best Bet: Going Low in Los Angeles

The NBA season comes for us all. Last night we saw it come for Giannis Antetokounmpo's knee after having already taken Trae Young’s ankle. It already took Kawhi Leonard from us and although the Suns have avoided injury as much as any team, there is still time left. I know that’s pretty grim, but it is worth noting at this point. It’s truly remarkable. I’m not saying I’m handicapping with the assumption that someone will get hurt, but I am avoiding championship futures when I normally like to grab a price on a team I like before the conference finals end. Speaking of last night, I do think the Bucks get right in the confines of their home court. They shot 39% from the field and 20% from the three-point line while getting caught by surprise, it seemed, by Trae Young not playing. Mike Budenholzer is not known for his in-game adjustments and we saw that in Game 4. Now, let’s get into tonight’s Western Conference finals matchup.

Projections for June 30, 2021

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