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Oklahoma City Hosts Golden State in Rubber Match

Golden State vs Oklahoma City Betting Odds

The Golden State Warriors continue their four-game road swing as they pay their final visit to Chesapeake Energy Arena this season to tip off against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Golden State has been on a win-one, lose-one streak over its last six games, while Oklahoma City is 4-3 in its last seven. These teams split their first two games this season and Golden State is a 1-point favorite with the total opening at 228.5 points.

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Standout Stats

  • Golden State is 5-5 SU and 3-7 ATS in its last 10 with an average losing margin of 10.2, but four of those losses were by seven or fewer points. Meanwhile, Oklahoma City is 5-7 SU and 3-9 ATS in its last 12 games since the All-Star break with an average losing margin of 7.86. The Warriors edged the Thunder 108-100 in the season-opening game and OKC took the second meeting 123-95 – both games were at Oracle Arena.
  • Both teams have been great UNDER plays as of late with the total going UNDER in nine of Oklahoma City’s last 12 and UNDER in eight of Golden State’s last 10. The total also went UNDER in the two previous meetings with combined scores of 208 and 218. Of the Warriors’ last 10 games, half went OVER 228.5 points and five of the Thunder’s last 12 went OVER that total as well.
  • The offense has been struggling for the Thunder over the last 10 games, averaging just 108.8 points per game which ranks 21st, while the Warriors are pouring in 113.3 ppg over that span, good for 10th. However, OKC has been better on the defensive side of the ball, surrendering 110.3 ppg over the last 10 contests and Golden State ranks 23rd with 114.9 ppg allowed.
  • The Thunder has been great at cleaning the glass over their last 10 matches, averaging 48.6 boards per game ranking sixth compared to the Warriors who sit in 20th with 44.7 rebounds per game. With OKC’s strong rebounding, it is leading the league in second-chance points at 17.4 per game, 1.5-more points than second-place Atlanta.
  • Golden State has been getting 35.7 percent of its offense from beyond the arc in its last 10, which is the seventh-highest percentage in the Association. Meanwhile, the Warriors are shooting 34.7 percent from out there and there could be some opportunities tonight for more as the Thunder rank 18th in opponent three-point percentage over their last 10 contests.

My Best Bet For Golden State vs Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City +1

These teams split the first games this season, both coming at Oracle Arena, I think now that the Thunder get a home game it should be able to win outright. Additionally, Golden State’s Kevin Durant is listed as doubtful for tonight’s game which gives Oklahoma City more of an edge. I expect the Thunder’s Steven Adams to be able to do a lot of damage and he averaged 18.5 points in the two meetings with the Warriors already.