Melbourne United open the doors to John Cain Arena for this game three of their NBL Grand Final series.
We take a look at the best bets for game three of what could be the series decider.
Perth Wildcats @ Melbourne United
June 25th 7:30pm
Melbourne United attempt to seal the deal on the NBL Grand Final Series when it faces Perth at John Cain Arena on Friday night.
The Black Army will have a crowd, albeit in limited capacity, to cheer home every point as the franchise vies for its sixth NBL Championship.
Perth has provided a challenge despite being without its star veteran Bryce Cotton who has left a gaping hole in offence.
The Wildcats struggled to contain Chris Goulding and Jack Landale during the 83-74 loss in game two.
Goulding would go for 21 points, while Landale recorded 12-point, 17-rebound double double to guide United to what looks like an unassailable 2-0 lead.
The three point battle proved the difference in game three with United being far more efficient scoring 10 from 23 attempts at 43.5%, while the Wildcats struggled to convert from downtown only managing six from 25 at 24%.
It is an area the Wildcats need to hone in on if they stand any chance of wrestling back this Grand Final series.
Melbourne United -8.5 at $1.91
Total points scored over 158.5 at $1.80