NBA Finals Game 3 Prop Odds


(TheSpread) – The 2012 NBA Finals begin on Tuesday night and have a number of intriguing storylines. Here is a look at the prop odds that are attached to this series opener.

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Game 3 features the Miami Heat hosting the Oklahoma City Thunder at 8:05PM ET (View Matchup). The series is tied 1-1 heading back to Miami for 3 straight games. According to oddsmakers, the Heat are a 4.5-point favorite over the Thunder for Game 3. The over/under total for the contest has been set at 193.5 points.

Game 2 of the series saw the Heat pick up a 100-96 victory on the road. The Heat got a big contribution from forward Shane Battier, who had 17 points and 5 3-pointers in the game. For Game 3, Battier has been given over/under odds of 14.5 points+rebounds. Battier has put in 17 points alone in both games as he is 9 of 13 from 3-point land this series. The Thunder have made it a point to let Battier get open looks on the arc, and he has been hitting. He has scored in double figures his last three games, but hasn't had more than four rebounds in his last eight contests. If the Thunder adjust their defense to Battier for Game 3, he may not have the same impact.

The Thunder got 27 points from Russell Westbrook in Game 2, but many felt he was partially to blame for the loss due to his 10-of-26 shooting. He did still add eight rebounds and seven assists for OKC. For Game 3, Westbrook has been given over/under odds of 23.5 points. Westbrook has had 27 points in both games of this series so far and has scored at least 23 points in his last four contests. He is averaging 22.3 points per game in the playoffs and had 28 points in the Thunder's lone game at Miami this season.

For a complete look at all the prop odds available for Game 3 of the NBA Finals.

2012 NBA Finals Game 3 Prop Odds

Game Props

Team to score first: Heat -120; Thunder -110

Team to score last: Heat -120; Thunder -110

Largest lead of the game: Over/Under 15 points

Team to score 10 points first: Heat -125; Thunder -105

Team to score 15 points first: Heat -130; Thunder +100

Team to score 25 points first: Heat -140; Thunder +110

Total 3 point field goals made by both teams: Over/Under 13.5

Total points for the Heat: Over/Under 99

Total points for the Thunder: Over/Under 95.5

Team to have the high scoring player: Heat -115; Thunder -115

Winner of 1st quarter wins the game: Yes -180; No +140

Will game total be odd or even: Odd -105; Even -105

Total points for Heat will be odd or even: Odd -105; Even -105

Total points for Thunder will be odd or even: Odd -105; Even -105

Margin of Victory

Heat Win By 01-03 Pts +350

Heat Win By 04-06 Pts +300

Heat Win By 07-09 Pts +500

Heat Win By 10-12 Pts +800

Heat Win By 13-15 Pts +1200

Heat Win By 16-18 Pts +1500

Heat Win By 19-21 Pts +1800

Heat Win By 22 Pts or More +800

Thunder Win By 01-03 Pts +350

Thunder Win By 04-06 Pts +500

Thunder Win By 07-09 Pts +800

Thunder Win By 10-12 Pts +1200

Thunder Win By 13-15 Pts +1500

Thunder Win By 16-18 Pts +1800

Thunder Win By 19-21 Pts +2200

Thunder Win By 22 Pts or More +1200

Total Points Scored

175 to 177 Points +1800

178 to 180 Points +1400

181 to 183 Points +1000

184 to 186 Points +900

187 to 189 Points +650

190 to 192 Points +450

193 to 195 Points +400

196 to 198 Points +450

199 to 201 Points +650

202 to 204 Points +900

205 to 207 Points +1000

208 to 210 Points +1400

211 to 213 Points +1800

Less than 175 Points +400

More than 213 Points +400

Player to score the first point

Dwyane Wade (Heat) +400

LeBron James (Heat) +400

Kevin Durant (Thunder) +400

Russell Westbrook (Thunder) +500

Mario Chalmers (Heat) +600

Kendrick Perkins (Thunder) +700

Thabo Sefolosha (Thunder) +700

Serge Ibaka (Thunder) +700

Shane Battier (Heat) +900

Udonis Haslem (Heat) +900

High Scorer for Game 3

LeBron James (Heat) +140

Kevin Durant (Thunder) +150

Russell Westbrook (Thunder) +600

Dwyane Wade (Heat) +600

James Harden (Thunder) +1500

Player Props

Total points+rebounds+assists for LeBron James (Heat): Over/Under 45

Total made free throws for James: Over/Under 7

Total rebounds for James: Over/Under 9.5

Total points for Dwayne Wade (Heat): Over/Under 23

Total made free throws for Wade: Over/Under 5.5

Total assists for Wade: Over/Under 5.5

Total points for Mario Chalmers (Heat): Over/Under 9.5

Total points+rebounds for Shane Battier (Heat): Over/Under 14.5

Total rebounds for Udonis Haslem (Heat): Over/Under 7.5

Total points+rebounds for Chris Bosh (Heat): Over/Under 26

Total points+rebounds+assists for Kevin Durant (Thunder): Over/Under 40.5

Total made free throws for Durant: Over/Under 7.5

Total made 3-point field goals for Durant: Over/Under 2.5

Total points for Russell Westbrook (Thunder): Over/Under 23.5

Total made free throws for Westbrook (Thunder): Over/Under 5.5

Total assists for Westbrook: Over/Under 6.5

Total points for James Harden (Thunder): Over/Under 17

Total points+rebounds for Serge Ibaka (Thunder): Over/Under 15.5

Total points+rebounds for Kendrick Perkins (Thunder): Over/Under 11.5

Total points+rebounds for Thabo Sefolosha (Thunder): Over/Under 9.5

Total points+assists for Derek Fisher (Thunder): Over/Under 7.5

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