The Warriors lead this series 3-0 and are just one win away from returning to their sixth NBA Finals in eight years, which would be an astonishing and remarkable feat. Under Steve Kerr, Golden State has gone 20-7 ATS after outrebounding their opponent by five or more in three consecutive games like they have in this series. However, under Jason Kidd, the Mavericks have gone 16-1 SU as a home favorite of -250 or less (with their lone loss in that situation coming in Game 3). They’ve also gone 18-5 SU after scoring 100 points or less this season, so if you think Dallas will avoid the sweep, those trends are on your side. Be sure to check out our betting playbook, best player prop bets and Luka Doncic feature before Game 4 tips off!
The Rangers were able to win Game 3 by the score of 3-1 to narrow their series deficit to 2-1 and New York has gone 18-7 SU when playing against a team with a winning record while at home this season. However, under Rod Brind Amour, the Hurricanes have gone an amazing 23-7 SU against excellent starting goalies that save 93%+ of shots against them. All three games in this series have been low-scoring, (2-1 Hurricanes in Game 1, 2-0 Hurricanes in Game 2, 3-1 Rangers in Game 3), so find out if our model is listing the under as the best bet again. Check out the best props for this game and our betting playbook for Tuesday’s NHL action.
This game doesn’t only feature two of the league’s best teams, but also a very intriguing pitching matchup. Reigning NL Cy Young award winner Corbin Burnes (1-2, 2.26 ERA) will be on the mound for the Brewers while 2018 AL Cy Young winner Blake Snell (0-1, 7.36 ERA) will look to record a quality start for the home team Padres. Dominate Tuesday’s MLB slate using BetQL!