The 27-17 Golden St Warriors will travel to play the 13-32 Cleveland Cavaliers in an NBA pro basketball game on Tuesday night. Tip off time from Cleveland is scheduled for 7PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by the NBA League Pass Channel.
The odds from this NBA pro basketball game has the road team Golden St Warriors favored by -1 ½ points with an over under line of 206 points. There has been no line movement since the odds came out in this NBA game a few hours ago.
The teams last met on November 7th and it was Golden St with the 106-96 home win as a -4 ½ point betting favorite. The total came in at over 199 ½ points.
Golden St will be on a back to back and has a road record this season of 13-11 on the season. They break a two game losing streak by defeating Toronto last night 114-102 as a -2 point betting favorite. The total landed over 200 ½ points. It was a big fourth quarter for the Warriors as they outscore the Raptors 30-20 in the win. The Warriors shot over 53% in the win and connect on 6 of 15 three pointers. They crush the Raptors on the glass by a plus twelve rebounding advantage. David Lee had 21 point and 12 rebounds on 10 of 17 shooting. Golden St has now moved in the top two in the league in three point and free throw shooting. They are a top five defense in two critical categories which are field goal and three point defense.
The Cavaliers are 6-12 straight up on their home court. Cleveland has won three straight games. They come off the 99-98 road win on Saturday to the Toronto Raptors as a +7 point underdog. The total lands under 200 ½ points. Cleveland shoots over 47% from the floor and connects on 6 of 11 from the three point line. In this close contest the difference came at the free throw line as the Cavs makes 19 of 22 from the charity stripe. Good thing Cleveland made free throws as they allow Toronto nearly 49% shooting. Kyrie Irving had 32 points and 5 assists on 13 of 26 shooting. The Cavs are improving their shooting and has a ways to go as they sit 29th and second to last in the NBA with 42.3% field goal percentage.