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Clippers vs Jazz prediction – Game 6 (06/18/2021)

After making a break in Game 5 against the Jazz, the Clippers now have a chance to secure the Western Conference Finals on their home court. With that in mind, we have prepared a detailed look into the betting lines, odds, and our top Clippers vs Jazz predictions for Game 6 of the series.

Our Favorite Clippers vs Jazz Predictions and Picks

The first break in the Clippers vs Jazz semis in the West went to the Clippers in Game 5, so now they have the first match ball in front of their fans in Game 6. If you are looking for some betting tips and picks, check our top Clippers vs Jazz predictions for Game 6:

Betting odds and lines are subject to change at any time. Don’t forget to check them with the bookie before placing your bet.

Clippers vs Jazz Prediction

Jazz to Win on Moneyline

Many things can affect the outcome of this game, especially the availability of Donovan Mitchell and Mike Conley Jr. since they are both questionable for Game 6, although it is expected that they will both play. Of course, the Clippers are without Leonard and since we expect at least Mitchell to play in this game, our top Clippers vs Jazz prediction is for Jazz to win the game on moneyline.

Bojan Bogdanovic Over 17.5 Total Points

Although the Croatian forward has been in very poor form in the series against Clippers since he only averaged 11.3 points per game so far in the series, we believe that he is due to have a good game. After all, he averages 18.5 total points per game in the playoffs overall, so his poor shooting doesn’t seem sustainable in the long run. Also, with the series on the line, the urgency of the game could spur Bogdanovic to perform better in Game 6.

Paul George Over 30.5 Total Points

With Leonard injured and out for the rest of the series at least, Paul George has to take on more responsibility. To his credit, he stepped up big time in Game 5 and led his team to the win in Utah with 37 points on 12-22 from the field. That is a good sign for the Clippers and George for Game 6, so our suggestion is to bet on him to score more than 30 goals in the game.

Game 6 Clippers vs Jazz preview – Can the Jazz secure Game 7 in Utah?

The Jazz have surprisingly lost Game 5 despite the Clippers being without Kawhi Leonard, so now they have to win in Los Angeles to stay in the series. With that in mind, let’s take a closer look at both teams ahead of the Clippers vs Jazz duel:

Los Angeles Clippers

Losing Kawhi Leonard was a huge blow for the Clippers, but they responded to this adversity much better than most people expected and won Game 5 in Utah to give themselves a chance to clinch the Finals berth in the West in front of their own fans. In addition to Leonard, the Clippers will be without Serge Ibaka, as they were for the majority of the playoffs. In any case, the Clippers have a good position ahead of Game 6 in the Clippers vs Jazz matchup.

Utah Jazz

The Jazz failed to deliver when everybody expected them to win Game 5 since they had a huge advantage due to Leonard being out. On the other hand, the Jazz have been without Conley in that game and the other games in the series, so the playing field was evened a bit. In any case, the Jazz have listed both Mitchell and Conley as questionable for Game 6 and it would be a huge blow if they can’t take the court. That being said, the reports say that they are more likely to play than not.

Frequent questions for Clippers vs Jazz Game 6

When Is the Game Scheduled to Begin?

The game is scheduled to start at 10 pm ET, on Friday, June 18th.

What was the Score In Game 5 of the Clippers vs Jazz Series?

The Clippers won Game 5 of the series in Utah, 119-111.

Who Is the Top Scorer In the Clippers vs Jazz Series?

Donovan Mitchell is leading the series in scoring with 34 points per game.

About the author


Vladimir’s dreams of becoming a professional basketball player ended a long time ago, but his other dream of becoming a writer came true as he combined his love of writing and sports to become a professional content writer that covers multiple sports, including football, basketball, and tennis.