3 Best Warriors Prop Bets for NBA Finals Game 4 vs Celtics

3 Best Warriors Prop Bets for NBA Finals Game 4 vs Celtics


The Boston Celtics are now favored to win the NBA Finals at -230 odds following their impressive Game 3 win over the Warriors. Golden State will have to pull off an upset in Game 4 to even the series considering they enter the contest as 4-point road underdogs, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

But beyond the spread and total, FanDuel bettors are also enjoying prop bets and player props. Check out some of the best prop bets to consider on the Golden State Warriors side in Game 4.

Warriors Prop Bets Game 4

1. Klay Thompson - Rebounds: Under 3.5 (+106)

While Klay Thompson overcame some early struggles to pour in 25 points during Game 3, he still failed to grab at least 4 rebounds for the fifth contest in a row. That's what makes backing this prop bet at plus odds so valuable. Thompson has taken on the role as a spot-up shooter and is regularly stationed beyond the arc on offense. That gives him little opportunity to rack up offensive boards. On the other side, he has been tasked with guarding the perimeter, which results in the same situation. Back the under here until Klay provides a reason not to.

2. Kevon Looney - Points: Over 6.5 (+112)

If the Warriors want any shot of winning Game 4, they have to create a presence in the paint. That's what happened in their Game 2 victory as Kevon Looney made all 6 of his shot attempts for 12 points. The Celtics are a defensive juggernaut and have the athleticism to contest almost every jump shot. Taking advantage of that by testing Robert Williams and Al Horford down low early on could prove to be vital. Looney could see an increase in minutes after Draymond Green's antics in Game 3, too. This prop bet is worth a shot at plus odds.

3. Golden State Warriors Team Total: Over 105.5 (-108)

The Warriors were well on their way to scoring at least 106 points for the ninth consecutive game before completely falling apart in the fourth quarter of Game 3. They ended that quarter with only 11 points. Nevertheless, this number seems a bit too low. Golden State is averaging 108.8 points per game on the road this postseason and is shooting 45.2% during the NBA Finals. As long as they can stay out of long scoreless stretches with their stars on the bench, the Warriors should clear this number with ease.

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