Warriors' Lee done for season; Game 2 line moves
The Golden State Warriors will be without power forward David Lee for the rest of the season because of a torn right hip flexor, according to Ken Berger of CBSSports.com.
The Warriors were 7-point underdogs going into Game 2 of their best-of-seven series on Tuesday against the Denver Nuggets, but the injury has caused the line to move to Nuggets -8. The total is 207.
Lee left Game 1 in the fourth quarter after being fouled by Denver's JaVale McGee and landing hard on his right hip.
The Nuggets won Game 1, 97-95, but did not cover the 7.5-point spread. The game went under the total of 211.5.
Lee averaged 18.5 points and 11.2 rebounds per game this season, leading the league with 56 double-doubles. The Warriors were 1-2 SU (straight up), 2-1 ATS (against the spread) and the over/under was 2-1 in three games without Lee this season.