Sixers vs. Warriors NBA Odds & Picks: PRO Systems Edge Goes To Philadelphia (Tuesday, March 23)
Michael Gonzales/NBAE via Getty Images. Pictured: Ben Simmons of the Philadelphia 76ers.
- Two shorthanded squads face off in Tuesday's NBA action in The Bay when the Philadelphia 76ers battle the Golden State Warriors.
- Check out how our PRO Report sees a clear advantage for one side in this showdown below.
NBA Odds: Sixers vs. Warriors
|Time | Channel||10 p.m. ET | TNT|
The Philadelphia 76ers are looking to continue their winning ways sans Joel Embiid, as they take on the Golden State Warriors on Tuesday at Chase Center.
First-year Sixers head coach Doc Rivers has instilled a ton of confidence into this group, specifically the aforementioned Embiid, Tobias Harris and potential Defensive Player of The Year candidate Ben Simmons.
Simmons and the Sixers are looking for their third consecutive win, triumphing in eight of their last 10 games overall heading into this affair. Philadelphia, which has covered in two of its last three games, is 24-16-3 overall Against The Spread (ATS) on the season.
The Warriors will look to second-year guard Jordan Poole to continue his recent high-scoring ways in the absence of Steph Curry. Poole, who is averaging 10.4 points per game, has scored over 20 points in three consecutive contests heading into this meeting.
In a matchup of two injury-riddled squads, our PRO Report shows sharp bettors are backing the Sixers big time. Let’s take a look:
NBA Picks: Sixers vs. Warriors
The line for Sixers-Warriors opened up at Sixers -3 before it was pushed up to -4 ahead of the game.
Since Tuesday morning, there have been four Action Labs Bet Signals triggered on Philadelphia, signaling the sharp action on the visitor.
Tuesday’s Sixers-Warriors game fits into our NBA Tickets vs Money PRO System, which has a 55% win rate and 8% Return On Investment (ROI) since 2015.
PRO Report Pick: Sixers -4