The Golden State Warriors will attempt to extend their perfect season to 13-0 when they hit the court at the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles to take on the Clippers. The Warriors’ 12 straight SU wins has translated to a 7-5 ATS record and a 5-7 OVER/UNDER record.
The Clippers have been inconsistent this season and have failed to string together consecutive wins this month. Five of their six wins, however, have come at home. Blake Griffin has been especially good at home this season, putting up 29.7 points, grabbing 10 boards and dishing out 4.3 assists.
The teams played earlier this month in Golden State with the Warriors prevailing 112-108. No shock—Steph Curry was the star of the game. He connected on seven three-pointers and put up 31 points overall. Golden State has now won three in a row vs the Clips, winning the last two by four points each.
Both Chris Paul and J.J. Redick as listed as doubtful for the game, making the Clippers backcourt extremely shallow. Expect the splash brothers to make it rain.