Nuggets-Warriors Betting Preview: Is Denver Undervalued on the Road?
Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports. Pictured: Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30), Denver Nuggets guard Jamal Murray (27).
Betting Odds: Denver Nuggets at Golden State Warriors
- Spread: Warriors -6.5
- Over/Under: 235.5
- Time: 10:30 p.m. ET
- TV Channel: ESPN
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The two best teams in the Western conference will face off with the Denver Nuggets just one game back of catching the Golden State Warriors for the top seed.
Can the Warriors bounce back from their blowout loss to the Celtics earlier this week? Our analysts discuss.
Betting Trends to Know
The Warriors are 2-12 against the spread in their past 14 games, failing to cover the spread by 9.1 points per game. In the regular season since the beginning of last year, the Warriors are 59-86-1 (40.7%) ATS, the least profitable team in the NBA.
Based on the line in Warriors games during that span, the regular season ATS results have been jarring. Golden State is 32-29 (52.5%) ATS when favored by double-digits and just 27-57-1 (32.1%) ATS as a single-digit favorite or underdog. — Evan Abrams
Golden State lost 128-95 to Boston at home on Tuesday. The 33-point defeat was the largest home loss for the Warriors in the Steve Kerr era. History suggests bettors shouldn’t bank on the Warriors bouncing back. In the regular season under Kerr, the Dubs are 17-22 ATS when they’ve lost their previous game by double-digits. — John Ewing
Mears: A Case for Fading the Warriors
Well, that Boston game didn’t go quite as planned. The defending champs found themselves down by 25 at halftime in their own building and then proceeded to also lose the second half.