NBA Celtics vs Warriors Game 3 - BetMGM Sportsbook Promo and Prediction
June 7, 2022
Game 3 of the NBA finals of Boston Celtics vs Golden State Warriors are set to play this Wednesday. The first two games ended up with a tie where both earned a single point. Both games were held last week where the first was won by the Celtics at 120-108 and the second by the Warriors at 107-88.
The Celtics are expected to break the tie to 2-1 this Wednesday at -3.5 odds. You can place the bet with BetMGM's recent offer, Bet $10 Win $200 NBA special.
Why bet on the Celtics?
✅ The Celtics (51-31) are second in Eastern Conference while the Warriors (53-29) are third in Western Conference.
✅ Robert Williams III has the second-highest blocks per game this season at 2.2.
✅ Jayson Tatum was recently named NBA MVP Eastern Conference Finals of 2022
|Teams:||Celtics vs Warriors|
|When:||Wednesday, June 8 | 9 PM ET|
|Venue:||TD Garden, Boston, MA|
|Betting Pick:||Celtics to win spread @ -3.5|
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How many games are in the NBA 2022 finals?
There are 7 games totals spanning across the month of June. The next game is the third in the series.
When will the last of the finals be played?
The NBA finals Game 7 is held on June 19 at 8 PM ET at Chase Center, San Francisco, CA.
Can I use the BetMGM promo on other sports?
This promo is only for BetMGM new users who bet on NBA games.
Boston Celtics vs Golden State Warriors
The Celtics won their last title in 2008 or 14 years ago. The team enters their first-ever finals since 2010 when they lost against Los Angeles Lakers and Kobe Bryant.
The team is quite an underdog in this finals as it is full of players who never played in finals before. Even so, a stellar performance was seen in several players including Jayson Tatum who was recently named NBA Eastern Conference Finals Most Valuable Player (MVP) of 2022. He is ranked top seven as a points contributor this season at 26.9.
Golden State Warriors
This is the sixth time the Warriors enters the Finals in the last eight years when they won three titles within the time span with their last being in 2014. As a team with a minimum of 100 finals game experience, they enter the finals as the third team ever in NBA history to play in the finals against a team with zero finals experience.
The team has MVP Stephen Curry who top-scored in Game 2 against the Celtics at 29 points and Draymond Green with his 7 assists. Both also shined when they lost on Game 1 with Curry scoring 34 points and Green at 11 rebounds.