CHARLES JAY, a contributor to BangTheBook.com, is one of the most experienced sports betting writers in America, as he has written more than 10,000 pieces specifically for the industry over the last seven years. At one time employed as an editorial consultant with USA Network, he is also a former syndicated radio talk show host (American Radio Networks) and has also done color commentary on boxing events in the past for Prime Network (now known as Fox SportsNet). He is a veteran of more than a decade and a half working within the professional sports industry, and has been handicapping sporting events for over 25 years. In addition to this, he has compiled specialty odds for a number of online sportsbook operations and media outlets.
After having gone through a practice session on Sunday, head coach Steve Kerr has mentioned the possibility that Durant might be available on Monday night, and he is officially listed as “questionable” for action.
It could be that fans of the Golden State Warriors are wishing and hoping that their team is able to get Kevin Durant back in the lineup for Game 5. He certainly won’t be available for Game 4. But help is on the way.
I don’t know if I’m the only one who thinks the whole situation surrounding Kevin Durant and the Golden State Warriors is stranger than anyone is letting on. But it’s added some color to the festivities as they drive toward a title.