Warriors-Celtics NBA spreads, over/under and prop bets

It’s been 217 days since the Warriors and Celtics shared the floor at TD Garden.

That matchup ended in celebration for Golden State, which captured yet another NBA title. It was heartbreak for Boston.

The C’s, winners of seven in a row, own the best record in the league and have been dominant on their home floor this season. The Dubs enter Thursday’s contest at .500 with a dismal road record. These teams were in similar situations when they met in San Francisco in December and the Warriors won, 123-107. Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson combined for 66 points in the win and Jayson Tatum finished with 18 points, his second-lowest output of the year.

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