BetOnline.ag provided the prop bet lines.
The Cavaliers have +250 odds on taking a 2-1 lead on the Warriors. That means if you bet $100, you win $250. The Cavaliers are +200 to take a 3-0 series lead, while the Warriors are +240 to take a 3-0 series lead.
If you bet $100 on the Cavaliers sweeping the series, and the Cavaliers make it happen, you win $3,300. The Warriors return $600 on a $100 bet for sweeping the series.
LeBron James is the best bet to score 100 points first (+175), followed by Stephen Curry (+300), Kevin Durant (+350), Kyrie Irving (+450), Klay Thompson (+850), Kevin Love (+1,000) and the field (+1,600).
James is also the favorite to lead the series in assists (-150), points (+125), and steals (+180).
In the head-to-head matchup of James vs. Curry, James is -100 to score 23 ½ points more than Curry.
Feeling lucky? If you bet $100 on James notching seven triple doubles, you could win $35,000. Draymond Green's return on seven triple doubles is $50,000.
The Cavaliers are currently +150 to host the finale of the NBA Finals, while Golden State is -170.
Curry is +220 for the NBA Finals MVP, while James is +240. Durant has the best odds at +190.
Series pricing has the Cavaliers series at +215 and the Warriors at -255.
The Cavaliers (51-31) tipoff against the Warriors (67-15) at 9 p.m. Thursday. The first two games are at Golden State. The Cavaliers host Game 3 and Game 4. The Warriors host Game 5, if necessary. Game 6 is planned for Quicken Loans Arena, while the Warriors would host Game 7, if necessary.
The series went six games in 2015 and seven games last season.