Tip-Off: 7:30 PM CT
Location: Chase Center (San Francisco, California)
Spread: Thunder (-1)
Trends Against The Spread
|9-3 (75%)||All||5-7-1 (41%)|
|4-1 (80%) on the road||Location||0-5-1 (0%) at home|
|4-2 (67%) as favorite||Status||3-2-1 (60%) as underdog or pick|
|1-1 (50%) as road favorite||Location Status||0-1-1 (0%) as home underdog|
|2-0 (100%)||Head To Head||0-2 (0%)|
Trends Against The Total
- OKC has hit the over 45% of the time this season.
- Golden State has hit the over 46% of the time this season.
- The Thunder is 2-3 against the over on the road this season.
- The Warriors are 3-3 against the over at home this season.
The Thunder is 1-1 against the Warriors so far this season (0-1 at home, 1-0 on the road).
Why the Thunder Will Cover (-1)
Not much has changed in the last couple of days since the Thunder handily defeated the Warriors 128-109. Cason Wallace is questionable for OKC with a sprained right shoulder, but the Warriors are still missing Steph Curry (strained right knee) and Draymond Green (suspension) as well as Gary Payton II (strained left foot).
Still, it’s difficult to beat a good team twice in such a short period of time, especially on the road, so the Thunder will have to stay focused and continue their impressive play as of late. Because OKC is a much deeper squad, I see the Thunder pulling out another road win.
Why the Game Will Hit the Over (227)
Both of these teams have the ability to score points in bunches, and even though the Warriors are missing their best player in Steph Curry, they have plenty of options. Klay Thompson played particularly poorly on Thursday, so don’t be surprised if he pops off and gives Thunder fans reminiscent nightmares of that Game 6 so many years ago. This one should have a lot of points.
On the Season