The 22-10 Golden St Warriors will travel to play the 26-8 LA Clippers in an NBA pro basketball game on Saturday night. Tip off time from Staples Center in Los Angeles is scheduled for 10:30PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by the NBA TV.
The point spread from this NBA game has the home team LA Clippers favored by -6 ½ points with an over under line of 202 ½ points. When the odds came out a few hours ago it was the Clippers favored by -6 with the total of 202 points. There has been a ½ point move on the Clippers and the over.
The teams have met twice this season with Golden St winner and covering both games. One game was played at Golden St and LA. Each game went over the total. Trend: Golden St Warriors are 4-0 ATS in their past four games.
The Warriors are 11-6 on the road this season. The team is on a roll right now with four straight wins and seven wins over their past nine games. They come off a 115-94 home win on Wednesday to the LA Clippers as a +1 ½ point underdog. The total went over 201 ½ points. The Warriors enjoyed a 50% shooting night in the win and held the Clippers to just 36% shooting. Stephen Curry forced Chris Paul to work hard on defense as he scores 31 points and dished out eight assists on 11 of 16 shooting. The Golden St turnaround has come due in part to the play on the defensive end of the court. The team allows just 42.7% shooting. David Lee is having a great season with a 20 point per game average and 11 boards with 54% shooting.
The Clippers are 16-3 straight up on their home court. They bounce back from a two game losing streak in a 107-102 home win last night against the LA Lakers as a -4 ½ point home betting favorite. The game went over 207 points. LA Clips nearly blow a 16 point fourth quarter lead in the win as they allow the Lakers rally in the final period. The Clippers shot 50% and Chris Paul lead the team with 30 points and 13 assists. The Clippers are the fourth best scoring defense in the NBA by allowing 93 points and 43% shooting. The Clippers bench has been outstanding as it has afforded no LA starter to average more than 33 minutes a game.