Odds: Bucks joins Golden State with one foot (hoof?) in finals?

After the two teams watched Golden State take a huge step Saturday night into the 2019 NBA Finals with a 110-99 win over Portland, Milwaukee and Toronto will play Sunday night at 7:05 p.m. EST (TNT and Fubo.tv).

The Bucks can take a commanding 3-0 series lead with a win in Canada, but a Toronto win could lead to a long series.

Toronto is the slight money line favorite on the Caesars Casino sportsbook at -140 with the visiting Bucks +120. The point spread favors the home town Raptors by -2.5 points, at -110.

If you think that the Raptors can get back in the series tonight, it will most likely be behind Kawhi Leonard, who was so sensational in the seven-game series win over the Philadelphia 76ers.

On BetStars, there are some very good Odds Boost bets that involve Leonard. If you think Toronto will win the game, and Leonard will get over 29.5 points, you can get odds of +125, while a Raptors’ win and Leonard over 34.5 points is +250.

If you are more adventurous, Leonard to score over 39.5 in a Toronto win is priced at +600.

On the other side, you can get Giannis Antetokounmpo over 29.5 points and Milwaukee to win at +300, and Antetokounmpo over 34.5 points in a Bucks’ win at +650.

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