There's one game left in the NBA season and it's for all the marbles.
The Golden State Warriors take on the Cleveland Cavaliers Sunday in Game 7 of the NBA Finals on ABC.
At the Westgate Superbook, betting action is already rolling in.
"It's definitely bigger than the last few years," said Derek Wilkinson, a race and sports supervisor at Westgate. "A lot more drama and buildup for it."
Game 7 means big money for the Superbook.
Wilkinson says they're anticipating the bets to total in the seven figures.
He says most public bettors are taking the Cavaliers and the professional "sharp" gamblers are getting in on the Warriors.
"People just casually walking by, they see all the action and the commotion going on and they'll come up and ask questions," Wilkinson said.
Big sporting events like this have prop bets too.
Those are the fun bets including if Lebron James or Stephen Curry will score more points or how many technical fouls there will be in the game.
The game starts Sunday at 5 on Channel 13.