Nuggets vs. Warriors Odds, Pick, Prediction: Can Denver Pull Off Two Consecutive Upsets?
Credit: Jesse Garrabrant, Getty. Nikola Jokic dribbles the ball against the Knicks.
Editor’s note: This game has been postponed because of a COVID outbreak among the Nuggets roster and coaching staff.
Nuggets vs. Warriors Odds
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After recording an enormous upset win over the Warriors on Tuesday, the Nuggets will return home for a rematch against Golden State.
While the end result was excellent for Nuggets fans, it wasn’t smooth sailing. Denver opened up a 24-point halftime lead before the Warriors slowly clawed back into the game and ultimately fell by just three points.
The Nuggets are sitting at the top of the logjam that exists in positions five to nine in the Western Conference. At 17-16 and in fifth place, the Nuggets are just 1 1/2 games above the ninth spot.
Golden State is atop the conference with a 27-7 record, along with the Phoenix Suns, so this is an important game for both teams as we had into the business end of the regular season.
Denver will be without its long-term injured players in Michael Porter Jr., Jamal Murray and P.J. Dozier, while Golden State will likely be without Draymond Green, Damion Lee and James Wiseman while Klay Thompson continues to work his way back from injury, as well.
Here’s where sharps are looking to capitalize on the rematch.