The 57-21 Oklahoma City Thunder will travel to play the 45-33 Golden St Warriors in an NBA pro basketball game on Thursday 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 pro basketball odds from this NBA game has the road team Oklahoma City Thunder favored by -4 points with an over under line of 204 ½ points. There has been no line movement in this game since the odds came out a few hours ago.
The Thunder and Warriors have met three times this season with each team winning and covering the point spread in their home game.
Oklahoma City has a road mark of 24-15 on the current campaign. They bounce back from a home loss to the Knicks with a 90-80 road victory on Tuesday to the Utah Jazz as a -3 point betting favorite. The total landed under 198 ½ points. OKC held the Jazz to just 35 first half points in victory. They survived a 39.5% shooting game with 9 of 21 coming from three point distance. The Thunder held the Jazz to 39.2% from the floor and only 7 of 25 three pointers. OKC wins because they pulled down three more boards and forced 17 Utah turnovers. Russell Westbrook led the team with 25 points and five rebounds as he made 8 of his 21 shots. In the playoff race the Thunder is ½ game behind the San Antonio Spurs for best record in the Western conference with four games remaining. Oklahoma City is in the top three in the NBA in all four key offensive categories. On defense the Thunder is second best in the league by allowing opponents shoot 42.5% from the field.
The Warriors are 27-12 straight up on their home court. They win their fourth game in five tries after a 105-89 home victory on Tuesday to the Minnesota Timberwolves as a -7 point betting favorite. The total landed under 204 points. It was a good second half for the Warriors as they outscore Minnesota 50-35 in victory. They shot 42.9% from the field and made 10 of 24 from three. Golden St held the Timberwolves to 36.7% shooting and crushed Minnesota on the glass by a 60-44 margin. Klay Thompson led the Warriors with 30 points and three boards as he made 10 of his 19 shots. The team is in the sixth seed in the Western conference which means they can avoid San Antonio or Oklahoma City in the first round of the playoffs. They hold a one game lead over the Houston Rockets with four games remaining. The Warriors put up some good offense numbers this season including being the number one three point shooting team in the league. Golden St is a top five team in the NBA in both field goal and three point defense this year.