There are few sports where you can bet on an NBA Finals team winning.
But when you’re looking for big winners, you can always bet on the winners of a big game.
That’s the case in the NBA’s Eastern Conference semifinals.
That means you can be confident that you can beat a big underdog, like the Celtics, at the very least.
You just have to be prepared.
Here are the big winners in the Eastern Conference finals, based on a $5 bet: 1.
LeBron James (Lakers) James leads the Cavs with 20.8 points, 6.8 assists and 5.4 rebounds in 29 minutes in Game 1.
James is on pace to be the first player to lead the league in points, assists and rebounds in a single game in the finals.
He is the first to lead them in scoring in a series since Magic Johnson in 1995.
The Cavs, which have won six of the past seven meetings, are 3-1 in the series.
The Celtics, who won five of their past six meetings, beat the Cavs in the first round in 2012.
They also beat the Lakers in the 2012 NBA Finals.
Russell Westbrook (Oklahoma City Thunder) The Thunder are a surprising No. 1 seed, despite missing out on a playoff spot last season.
Oklahoma City leads the league with a +22.8 net rating.
The Thunder’s pace-and-space offense has helped the team win three straight.
Westbrook leads the NBA in 3-pointers made per game with 27.0.
Kevin Durant (Okions) Durant is averaging 28.5 points, 10.2 rebounds and 7.4 assists in his past three games against the Lakers.
Durant is one of the best defensive players in the game and leads the way in rebounds per game at 5.7.
Durant has scored at least 25 points in each of his past two games against Los Angeles.
Damian Lillard (Portland Trail Blazers) The Trail Blazers are 7-0 since beating the Thunder in the Western Conference finals in Game 3.
Lillard is averaging 23.7 points, 12.1 rebounds and 5,9 assists in the past three meetings.
He leads the Blazers with 16.3 rebounds per contest.
DeMar DeRozan (Toronto Raptors) DeMar has been one of his team’s best players, averaging 21.0 points and 11.3 assists over his past four games against Houston.
He has been the primary reason why Toronto has won seven of its past nine games.
LeBron and Kyrie Irving (Cavaliers) The Cavs have won nine of their last 11 games.
LeBron is averaging 27.5 ppg and 11 assists in that stretch.
Kyrie is averaging 21 points and 10.8 rebounds per meeting.
Blake Griffin (Los Angeles Clippers) Griffin leads the Clippers with 25.6 points, 9.7 assists and 8.1 steals in his last six games against Golden State.
Griffin is averaging 20.6 ppg in the last five games against teams with a winning record.
James Harden (Houston Rockets) Harden is averaging 26.2 points, 11.9 rebounds and 4.6 assists in 10 games against Oklahoma City.
He also has scored in double figures in eight straight games.
Kevin Love (Minnesota Timberwolves) Love has averaged 23.5 and 12.3 points in his two games versus Golden State, which is the only other game in which he scored double figures.
Love is averaging 25.0 ppg over his last three meetings with Golden State and has scored 25.8 and 11 rebounds in the other five matchups.
Kevin Garnett (Minnesota Twins) Garnett has averaged 27.8 ppg, 11 rebounds and 6.9 assists over the past four meetings.
The two teams last met in the 2013 NBA Finals when Garnett scored 27 points and 12 rebounds in Game 6.
James Jones (Atlanta Hawks) Jones is averaging 17.3 ppg with 10.6 rebounds in four games versus Portland.
Andre Drummond (Detroit Pistons) Drummond has averaged 22.4 points and 13.7 boards in his previous two meetings with Atlanta.
He scored 21 points against the Blazers in the regular season series.
Kemba Walker (Milwaukee Bucks) Walker has scored 20.0 and 13 rebounds in his first four games in the playoffs.
Derrick Rose (Chicago Bulls) Rose has scored 22.5, 11 and 8 in the two games he has played since being sidelined by a sprained left ankle.
Carmelo Anthony (New York Knicks) Anthony is averaging 22.0 per game in his four previous meetings against Golden States.
He led the Knicks in scoring against them in the season opener and in Game 4.
DeAndre Jordan (Dallas Mavericks) Jordan has scored 18.7 and 10 in the three meetings he has against Golden, including a