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Miami Heat vs. Boston Celtics: Eastern Conference Finals Preview

Game 1 will be played Tuesday, May 17 in Miami.

The Celtics are installed as -175 favorites to win the series by FanDuel Tennessee, even though the Heat have the home court advantage. This is the first time a No. 1 seed has been the underdog since the Toronto Raptors were favored over the Milwaukee Bucks in the 2019 Eastern Conference Finals.

The Heat are +145 as underdogs in this series, which will see the first two games played at FTX Arena. According to FanDuel oddsmakers, the most likely series outcome is the Celtics winning the 4-2 (+290 odds). Many experts predict this series will go seven games, which affords you many opportunities to place a winning bet.

As the NBA Playoffs progress, it’s important to be mindful of injuries and minutes played. Which key players are banged up? How is a coach using his lineup and which players are getting minutes off the bench in crucial stretches of the game? Make your wagers accordingly. As we saw in the Suns/Mavericks series, an important player like Chris Paul can be tired or injured but still play, and his performance can greatly impact the series outcome.

Boston twice defeated Miami in the regular season and each time by double-digits. The Celtics were the best team in their conference (perhaps in the entire NBA) after the All-Star break. That’s why oddsmakers have them listed as favorites to topple the Heat.

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Golden State Warriors Vs. Dallas Mavericks: Western Conference Finals Preview

Game 1 will be played Wednesday, May 18 in San Francisco.

How did we get here? The Phoenix Suns were supposed to march back to the NBA Finals after a dominant regular season. But, as they say, “the best-laid plans of mice and men…” The Suns will have to wait at least another year to win their first title, while the Warriors are on the cusp of getting back to the Finals…again.

To the youngest generation of NBA fans, the Finals are more like Warriors Week. Since 2015, the Dubs have been to the NBA Finals five times, and only the brash Mavericks stand in their way of getting back again. The only thing we’re missing is the Cleveland Cavaliers. Golden State and Cleveland faced each other four straight times in the NBA Finals from 2015 to 2018.

While much of the country may be wary of seeing another NBA Finals with Steph Curry, Klay Thompson & Co., the Bay Area is hoops crazy again. Going back to April, the Warriors have won 13 of 16 games, and they’ve often manhandled teams in the postseason. The Dubs have four wins in the playoffs by a margin of at least 14 points.

Can the Warriors’ outside game work again in the West? What will the Mavericks’ big frontline do against an undersized Golden State? Will Golden State coach Steve Kerr tap Draymond Green to guard the seemingly unguardable Doncic? It’s been a long time since the NBA Playoffs saw a young player do what Doncic is doing. The Slovenian is averaging 31.5 points, 10.0 rebounds, and 6.6 assists per game in the playoffs.

FanDuel Sportsbook has the Warriors as -230 favorites to win the series, while the Mavericks are +190 underdogs. In the NBA regular season, the Mavs actually defeated the Dubs in three of their four meetings.