After Game 2, it looked like the NBA Finals would be a short series indeed. The Golden State Warriors had followed up a 15-point win in Game 1 with a 33-point demolition of the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 2, and national sportswriters were talking about how the Cavaliers were about to be laughed off the biggest stage in all of basketball, after the team had put together the roster that LeBron James wanted and promoted the assistant coach that LeBron James wanted running the team. But then Game 3 came, and The Q Arena was filled with the angst of a city that has gone more than five decades without a title in any major sports league, and Cleveland pulled off a 30-point rout of its own. After Game 4 takes place in Cleveland, what can we expect Monday night in Game 5? Find the latest NBA betting odds here.