Wed 11/02/2015 - 11:44 EST

Clippers Look to Even Series with Warriors on Monday Night

Clippers ready to even series at one game apiece

After dropping the opening game of their playoff series with the Warriors, the Clippers need to win game two if they want to have some confidence heading into the game at Golden State. The Clippers claim that they just weren’t themselves in game one, saying they were too excited for the game, which led them to make mistakes on both ends of the court. That absolutely cannot happen in game two if they want to secure a win.

Warriors in excellent position right now

With the win in game one, the Warriors took home court advantage away from the Clippers. Now, they have a shot at going up 2-0 in this best-of-seven series in the Western Conference first round. Golden State has what it takes to record a first-round upset, especially over the Clippers, so this series should be very fun to watch to the end. Golden State trailed 12-1 early in the game, but was able to mount a furious rally that turned into a win.

In what was an incredible opening game between the Warriors and the Clippers, game two should be just as exciting. These two clubs will be out for blood on Monday night. We will place our bets over at SportsBetting.ag, where the Clippers are home chalk by eight points. Despite the outcome of game one, we will lay the line in favor of the Clippers with 20 percent of our bankroll on Monday.

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