The 12-14 LA Lakers will be the road team as the face the Golden St Warriors in an NBA pro basketball game on Saturday night.
Tip off time from Golden St is scheduled for 10:30PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by the NBA League Pass Channel.
The current point spread is lined at a pick with a total of 209 ½ points.
When the odds were released a few hours ago it was Golden St a -1 point favorite with the over under line of 209 points. There has been a 1 point move on the Lakers side and a ½ point move over the total.
The teams met on November 9th and it was the Lakers with the 101-77 home win against the Warriors as a -7 ½ point favorite. The game landed under 198 ½ points. Trend: Golden St Warriors are 4-0 to the over in their past four games.
LA has won three straight as they host the Warriors. The team is 4-8 on the road. They come off the 101-100 home win on Tuesday against the Charlotte Bobcats as a -12 ½ point favorite. The game ended under 206 points. The Lakers had to rally in the fourth quarter as they were behind by seven after three quarters. Pau Gasol was back in the lineup and had just 10 points and 9 rebounds on 3 of 10 shooting. Of their 88 shots only 20 were taken by Dwight Howard or Pau Gasol. LA needs to find a way to get more offense from their two dominant big men.
The Warriors are 8-3 on their home field. The team has won eight of their past ten games. They blow out Charlotte last night 115-100 as a -10 ½ point favorite. The game went over 205 points. Defensively Golden St is allowing just 43% shooting good for tenth in the NBA. Last night the Warriors held the Bobcats to just 36% shooting with the Warriors sinking nearly 52% of their shots. Stephen Curry had another outstanding game as he followed up his 32 point performance against Sacramento with 27 points and 8 assists against Charlotte. On the season David Lee is averaging 11 rebounds a game. The Warriors play hard and hustle and it shows in the stats as they are fourth in the NBA in rebounding with 45.Golden St is a legitimate playoff team.