Warriors vs. Rockets Game 3 Betting Line – NBA Playoffs

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Warriors vs. Rockets Game 3 Betting Line – NBA Playoffs

The Warriors vs. Rockets Game 3 betting line for the 2015 NBA Playoffs were available at BetDSI.com. 

Golden State Warriors 3-2 ATS on the Road in the Playoffs

The Warriors went just 21-20 ATS on the road during the regular season and they are 3-2 against the number in the playoffs. They went 1-1 against the NBA betting odds against the Pelicans in the first round and 2-1 against the Grizzlies in the second round. The Warriors have gone under the total in three of their five road games in the playoffs. They went under 24 times on the road during the regular season with 17 games going over. The Warriors are averaging 110 points per game while allowing 100 points per game.

Houston Rockets 5-2 ATS at Home in the Playoffs

The Rockets have been good at home in the playoffs going 5-2 against the spread. They were good at home during the regular season going 26-15 against the number. The Rockets score a lot of points but they went under 22 times at home with just 19 games going over. Four of their seven home playoff games have gone over the NBA Playoff betting odds total. The Rockets average 104 points per game and they are allowing 100 per contest.

Game Notes

This is the 22nd time in NBA history that the league MVP and runner-up are meeting in a playoff series. “It’s entertaining basketball, but we’re both supposed to help our team win and do what we can to impact the game,” Curry said. The Warriors pulled out a win in Game 1 of this series and history shows they should go on to the NBA Finals as teams that win Game 1 of a series go on to win 77% of the time.

The Rockets have taken 7 of the last 10 at home in this series but they have dropped the past two. The Warriors won 98-87 and 131-106 in Houston earlier this season. Seven of the last ten in Houston have gone under the total.

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