The Golden State Warriors are one victory away from making it to the NBA Finals and the Dallas Mavericks are trying to avert the possibility of being eliminated.
The Mavericks will play the Warriors for Game 4 hoping to keep their season alive in a win-or go-home situation. Golden State edged Dallas in its opening match on the road thanks to 41 points, including 11 assists by Stephen Curry. The Warriors also got a big performance by Andrew Wiggins, who pitched for the game with 27 points as well as 11 rebound during the win. Mavericks vs Warriors prediction Update
The Mavericks have a three-headed beast in Luka Doncic (40 points), Jalen Brunson (20) and Spencer Dinwiddie (26) did everything they could to give their team a chance however, Dallas did not manage to overcome their terrible shooting performances by Reggie Bullock, Maxi Kleber and Davis Bertans.
The Mavericks are desperate for Doncic to explode again to be able to take one game in this series. In the meantime, they Warriors have a chance to make their 6th Finals appearance in the span of eight years that it’s going to be impossible to keep an unstoppable team from returning to the stage.
Are the Mavericks be able to stave against the possibility of the loss? This is everything you need to learn concerning Game 4, including updated forecasts, odds, and trends.
It was the first time that the Warriors are in the underdog position (+3.5) to win for the very first time going into Game 3. Although they took the win in the game, Golden State will enter Game 4 as a one-point underdog.
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Are Warriors underdogs?
It’s only the second time in the postseason – whether away or at home in which the Warriors play a game as underdogs. The first it was in game 3 (+3.0) against. The Mavericks as well. Golden State won outright.
Mavericks and Spread at home
The Mavericks are 5-1 against the spread at home during the playoffs, with their only other non-covers coming in the initial game in the playoffs (without Doncic) against the Jazz and Game 3 against the Warriors.
Luka Doncic continues to add more stats to the count.
In Game 3 Doncic surpassed 40 points for the second time in consecutive games. In Game 3, the Mavericks star guard scored 40 points eleven rebounds and three assists. He racked the same number of points as the rest of the postseason. In the previous game Doncic scored 42 points with eight rebounds, as well as five assist. All of this is to suggest that If the Mavericks can keep their season going it will be after an impressive performance from Doncic.