NBA Odds- Clippers Look To Close The Deal In Game 6 vs The Warriors

The worst seems to be in past, now the Los Angeles Clippers can concentrate in playing basketball and closing the series against the Golden State Warriors this Thursday at 10:30 PM ET, at the Oracle Arena.

clippersThe worst seems to be in past, now the Los Angeles Clippers can concentrate in playing basketball and closing the series against the Golden State Warriors this Thursday at 10:30 PM ET, at the Oracle Arena.

“Like I told my guys, this is going to be with us,” coach Doc Rivers said. “Let’s just keep winning and let’s deal with it. But it’s not going anywhere, and you just got to embrace that, that this is part of this year’s playoffs for us.

Los Angeles won game 5 and put the series back in order; with the life ban from the NBA commissioner to the Clippers Donald Sterling, now things should be all about basketball, and that says LA is one game away from advancing to the next round.

“It just seemed like a burden lifted off of everybody and we could just get back to basketball and worry about what we needed to worry about,” Clippers point guard Chris Paul said.

The Warriors, on the other hand, need to bounce back; they believe playing at home will give them the edge to tie the series.

“I think we’ll be able to play free enough to just go out and have fun and make plays and understand if we play the way we’re supposed to, we’ll be all right,” Warriors Steph Curry said.

The Clippers are 1 point favorites in the NBA odds, and the game total was set at 209.5 points.

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