The Golden State Warriors have totally dominated this year’s NBA finals so far, winning the opening two games by 22 and 19 points.

With Kevin Durant and Steph Curry each averaging 30 points or more for the series, the sweep – and a perfect 16-0 postseason record – looks very possible.

The Warriors shouldn’t expect to have it all their own way when they travel to Cleveland for Game 3, though.

The Cavaliers had the NBA’s second-best home record in the regular season, winning 31 of their 41 games at Quicken Loans Arena.

They beat Golden State in their only home meeting this season, and won two of three in Cleveland in last year’s finals.

Betting against the Warriors would be foolish at this point.

But LeBron James and the Cavaliers should be able to at least keep this game close.

The handicap line of Cleveland +3.5 is definitely worth backing at , as well as the alternative spread of Cleveland +6 at .

The Cavaliers were awful defensively in Game 2, conceding 132 points, and have stressed a renewed focus on physical play to slow down the rampant Warriors.

Cleveland will look to slow the game down, and with that in mind it’s worth betting on under 226.5 total points at .

The Cavaliers could lose this game and fall into what would probably be an inescapable 3-0 hole, but, given their impressive home record, they will likely win one of these two games on their own court.

The Warriors have been so good in Oakland, though, that it’s difficult to see Cleveland winning away.

For that reason, there is certainly value in backing the Warriors to win the series 4-1 at .