NBA Finals Betting - Celtics vs. Warriors Odds

2022 NBA Finals Betting

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The Boston Celtics will play the Golden State Warriors in the 2022 NBA Finals. The Celtics won two straight Game 7’s to reach the finals, as they defeated the Milwaukee Bucks and Miami Heat. The Warriors had an easier time, as they handled the Denver Nuggets, Memphis Grizzlies and Dallas Mavericks. The 2022 NBA Finals begin on Thursday, June 2, 2022 at Golden State with the Warriors listed as the home favorite in Game 1. Golden State is listed as a -160 favorite to win the best-of-seven game series that can be seen on ABC.

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2022 NBA Finals

Boston Celtics (2) vs. Golden State Warriors (3)

Game 1: Boston 120, Golden State 108

Game 2: Golden State 107, Boston 88

Game 3: Boston 116, Golden State 100

Game 4: Golden State 107, Boston 97

Game 5: Golden State 104, Boston 94

Game 6: Golden State 103, Boston 90

Golden State wins NBA Finals 4-2

NBA Finals Winners (2000)

2022 Golden State Warriors Boston Celtics
2021 Milwaukee Bucks Phoenix Suns
2020 Los Angeles Lakers Miami Heat
2019 Toronto Raptors Golden State Warriors
2018 Golden State Warriors Cleveland Cavaliers
2017 Golden State Warriors Cleveland Cavaliers
2016 Cleveland Cavaliers Golden State Warriors
2015 Golden State Warriors Cleveland Cavaliers
2014 San Antonio Spurs Miami Heat
2013 Miami Heat San Antonio Spurs
2012 Miami Heat Oklahoma City Thunder
2011 Dallas Mavericks Miami Heat
2010 Los Angeles Lakers Boston Celtics
2009 Los Angeles Lakers Orlando Magic
2008 Boston Celtics Los Angeles Lakers
2007 San Antonio Spurs Cleveland Cavaliers
2006 Miami Heat Dallas Mavericks
2005 San Antonio Spurs Detroit Pistons
2004 Detroit Pistons Los Angeles Lakers
2003 San Antonio Spurs New Jersey Nets
2002 Los Angeles Lakers New Jersey Nets
2001 Los Angeles Lakers Philadelphia 76ers
2000 Los Angeles Lakers Indiana Pacers

The NBA Finals is a series that matches up the winner of the Eastern Conference against the winner of the Western Conference. The teams play a best-of-seven game series that determines the champion. The winner of the series is awarded the Larry O'Brien Championship Trophy. The NBA Finals has a format of 2-2-1-1-1, although from 1985 to 2013 it had a 2-3-2 format.

There have been a total of 19 franchises that have won the NBA Finals, with the Los Angeles Lakers and Boston Celtics holding the record for most titles with 17. The Celtics hold the record for consecutive titles with eight, as they won it all every year from 1959-1966. The Los Angeles Lakers have made the most appearances in the NBA Finals with 32. The Eastern Conference has 38 wins, while the Western Conference has 34 wins. The Celtics have made only 21 NBA Finals appearances, but they have 17 wins.

Even though the format of the NBA Finals hasn't always been the same, the goal has remained. The two conference champions ultimately play against each other, and the first to win four games out of seven was named NBA champion. Amazingly, just eight of the series all-time dating back to 1949 have ended in sweeps, while 18 of the series have ended in seven games, most recently, the epic Game 7 between the Cavaliers and the Warriors in the 2016 NBA Finals.

Remember how we talked about dominance? Here it is. The Celtics and Lakers have combined to win 34 championships. The rest of the teams in the NBA have combined to win just 38 titles. The biggest sin about the whole thing is how many franchises have never even sniffed the NBA Finals. There are six teams who have never even been to the NBA Finals (Timberwolves, Pelicans, Nuggets, Hornets, Grizzlies and Clippers) and five others who have been and have never won it (Pacers, Magic, Nets, Jazz and Suns). The Sacramento Kings won the NBA championship in 1951 as the Rochester Royals – a lot of good that does fans in Northern California, while the Seattle SuperSonics won their one title in 1979 – Oklahoma City fans couldn't care less about that. Same with the Atlanta Hawks. They have a championship under their belt, but no one will be talking about the St. Louis Hawks' 1958 NBA championship.

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