With their dominant 110-99 win Saturday night in Portland, the two-time defending champion Golden State Warriors are just one game away from heading to their fifth straight NBA Finals.
Even without superstar Kevin Durant, the two-time NBA Finals MVP, Golden State has been able to fall back on Steph Curry, who has been all but unstoppable this series against his brother Seth Curry's Trailblazers.
Monday night, the Warriors have a chance to go for the series sweep in Portland, and set the stage for a potential final against Milwaukee (Most likely, with the Bucks up 2-0) or Toronto (down 2-0, but heading home for game three Sunday night).
Golden State is currently a -167 favorite to win game four (Monday, 9:05 p.m. EDT, ESPN) and lock up a trip to the finals at BetStars NJ, and -110 on the -3.5 point spread line.
William Hill NJ has the Warriors as the -200 favorite to win their third straight NBA championship, and fourth in five years. Milwaukee is listed at +150, with Toronto hanging on at +2200.