NBA Finals Rematch on Tap Tonight – December 19


It was 2022 when the Golden State Warriors won Game 6 103-90 to capture their fourth NBA title since 2015. Tonight, we get an NBA Finals rematch as part of the Tuesday TNT doubleheader. Boston travels to San Francisco to take on the Warriors at the Chase Center. This time around, things are a little different.

The Celtics own the best record in the Eastern Conference, 20-5, and are a perfect 14-0 at home this season. Boston just finished a five-game homestand, going 5-0 in the process. The Celtics are 6-5 on the road this season and they have lost their last three straight away from home.

NBA Finals Rematch on Tap Tonight - December 19
Golden State won the 2022 NBA Finals

The Warriors are nothing like the 2022 Warriors. Currently, Golden State isn’t even in a postseason spot. The Warriors are 12-14 and 11th in the Western Conference standings. Golden State has won its last two in a row, but they are just 6-12 SU in their last 18 games. Plus, they will continue to be without Draymond Green who is out indefinitely due to his suspension for swinging at Suns C Jusuf Nurkic.

TNT Doubleheader Features NBA Finals Rematch

There are just five games on the NBA schedule tonight, but two of them will be broadcast by TNT. It’s the Tuesday night TNT doubleheader and Memphis and New Orleans will play the early game. It’s the return of Ja Morant for the Grizzlies. Morant was suspended for the first 25 games of the season for his part in a video that showed him brandishing a gun. The All-Star makes his season debut tonight. 

In the late game, we get our 2022 NBA Finals rematch – Boston at Golden State. As mentioned, Green is out for the Warriors as is Gary Payton III. Point guard Chris Paul is questionable for Golden State. For the Celtics in this NBA Finals rematch, Kristaps Porzingis is questionable.

NBA Finals Rematch on Tap Tonight - December 19
The Celtics currently lead the Eastern Conference

Riding a five-game winning streak, the Celtics are five-point road favorites. Boston has lost each of its last three road games. They were favored in all three of those games. The Celtics even lost on the road to Charlotte. The Hornets are just 7-18. Still, tonight’s NBA Finals rematch is something to look forward to with all of the stars on the floor tonight. Bettors should look forward to checking our picks database to see how our expert handicappers see the NBA Finals rematch tonight.

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Thousands of bettors continue to join Sports Hub. Surely, there are those out there that are skeptical, but there is one big reason why every sports bettor should have a Sports Hub membership – our expert handicappers.

SportsHub was started to bring bettors and handicappers together in an online community where both could thrive. It’s a one-stop resource where bettors can go and find everything from how to bet on golf to free betting picks in every sport. Handicappers join Sports Hub to reap the benefits of not having to maintain their own websites. They have a huge market of bettors looking for their product – betting picks. 

Take tonight’s 2022 NBA Finals rematch as an example. Bettors are interested in this game. They’ve done a little bit of research, but want further clarification on how to bet on tonight’s game. Sports Hub members simply log into their accounts and go check how the various handicapping experts are picking tonight’s NBA Finals rematch.

I could go on forever, but let’s just take a look at how our top experts have done over the last 30 days.

NBA Finals Rematch on Tap Tonight - December 19
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  • Sports Hub Insider: The Sports Hub Insider has been getting industry inside information that only those with deep contacts and years of experience can get. That’s why the Insider has been winning 63.48 percent of its bets over the last 30 days. No. 1 on the 30-day leaderboard, the Sports Hub Insider is up $2863 for the month.
  • Gino Russo: Gino takes his handicapping very seriously. His analysis is outstanding and that’s why he is 44-20 (68.75%) over the last 30 days. He’s up $2218 for the month and just constantly keeps winning.
  • James Acker: James isn’t a flashy guy that uses a bunch of algorithms or metrics. He uses a simple approach that pays off. Over the last 30 days, James has won 62.38 percent of his 101 bets. He’s up $2047 and continues to be at or near the top of our daily leaderboard.

Now, these three cappers are No. 1, 2, and 3 on our 30-day leaderboard. That’s because they win consistently. The only place that bettors can find these three is here at Sports Hub. You won’t find their daily sports picks anywhere else. You want a pick for tonight’s NBA Finals rematch? Well, I’d check one of these three guys at Sports Hub first. Just sayin’.

NBA Finals Rematch on the Schedule Tonight

The 2022 NBA Finals rematch heads up a solid Tuesday sports schedule. We’ve got another bowl game and a nice lineup of college basketball games on tap for tonight. There is value out there for bettors. It could be on some interesting prop bets tonight. If you need help finding that value, Sports Hub is here for you. All you have to do is ask.

Here’s what you could be betting on tonight.

  1. NBA Finals rematch: It’s Boston at Golden State in the late game of the TNT NBA doubleheader tonight. The game starts at 10 p.m. ET. Check our picks database to see how our experts are betting this one. There are five NBA games on the schedule tonight.
  2. College hoops: There isn’t an NBA Finals rematch on the college hardwood tonight, but there is a matchup of ranked opponents. No. 22 Virginia plays at No. 23 Memphis. No. 20 James Madison is the only other ranked team playing tonight. We’ll have tons of CBB picks for tonight’s games.
  3. Bowl game: Yesterday’s Famous Toastery Bowl was actually pretty entertaining. Western Kentucky beat Old Dominion 38-35 in overtime. Will we get similar results today? It’s the Scooter’s Coffee Frisco Bowl featuring UTSA and Marshall. Game time is 9 p.m. ET.
  1. 11 NHL games: There are 11 NHL games tonight, including the two that are part of the ESPN+/Hulu doubleheader. Edmonton plays the New York Islanders in the early game. Los Angeles and San Jose play the late game.
  2. Soccer: The English Carabao Cup is back with three matches. Soccer fans can also find action in Bundesliga and La Liga. Sports Hub is your home for the best soccer picks in the world.

Keep an Eye on the Following

Here at Sports Hub, we like to watch things that are trending. Staying abreast of what is going on in the world of sports can help you at the sportsbook. Handicappers like the Sports Hub Insider gather all kinds of information that may seem trivial. In the end, it’s those pieces of information that come together to produce winning percentages in the 60s.

Here’s what we’re watching today.

  • Eagles lose again: After leading for most of last night’s Monday night football game, the Philadelphia Eagles gave up a late touchdown and lost 20-17 to Seattle. It was the third straight loss for Philly which could have regained the lead in the NFC East with Dallas’ loss on Sunday.
  • NFL suspension: Pittsburgh S Damontae Kazee was suspended by the NFL for the remainder of the 2023 season due to repeated violations of rules meant to protect players. In other words, Kazee was playing a violent game in which he was too violent. The move will set a precedent in the NFL.
  • Morant returns: Tonight marks the return of NBA All-Star guard Ja Morant. Memphis plays in New Orleans tonight and for the first time this season Morant will be on the floor. The Grizzlies are just 6-19 and 13th out of 15 teams in the Western Conference standings. Don’t forget to get your NBA Finals rematch picks.

Stay tuned to Sports Hub for all of your sports betting needs. Whether it’s tonight’s NBA Finals rematch, college bowl games, or this coming weekend’s NFL slate, we’ve got you covered. We’ve got all your content, the best picks, and more all right here at Sports Hub. Check our database for the best picks for today’s games and then come back here tomorrow so we can do this all again. See you Wednesday!