2018 NBA Finals Game 1 Betting Line - Cavs vs. Warriors

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May/29/2018

In what has been one of the most exciting NBA post seasons in years, the Cavaliers and Warriors meet again in the 2018 NBA FInals with Game 1 featuring a line of Golden State -12.

Golden State has won seven of the last eight games against Cleveland, three of those by more than the current spread.

The Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas opened Golden State as a -1,000 favorite to win the best-of-seven series.

The Warriors 12-point spread is tied for the largest point spread in a Finals game since 1991, according to ESPN Stats & Information.

The Cavaliers were only +180 underdogs when they upended Golden State in the 2016 Finals.

Both teams had to take the series to a Game 7 in order to advance into this year's Finals.

Game 1 will be played on Thursday at 9 pm EST on ABC.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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