The San Antonio Spurs (34-46) will host the Golden State Warriors (51-29) in San Antonio on Saturday, April 9 at AT&T Center. The Spurs, the home team, have won seven out of the last 10 games, whereas the Warriors, the visitors, have had a bit of a mixed bag with regard to wins and losses lately. Don’t forget to place your bets and then catch the excitement live at 7:30 PM CT!
Toe-to-toe, how does San Antonio stack up versus Golden historically?
These teams have battled in three contests this season and the Spurs have earned a win twice against the Warriors. Having said that, the score was 108-110 in favor of the Spurs the most recent time they met up on March 20, 2022. In that game, the Spurs had a 39.66% and a 37.5% field goal percentage and three pointer percentage respectively. Additionally, the Warriors had a 52.63% field goal percentage and a 52.63% 3pt percentage. With regard to rebounds, the Spurs totaled 13, whereas the Warriors had 7. Concerning assists, the former had 25 and the latter grabbed 26. The end of the regular season is approaching, so which side will you put money on to defeat their opponents on Saturday? The Spurs, playing with the home court advantage, or the Warriors, as the visitors?
Betting Preview for the San Antonio Spurs vs Golden State Warriors NBA Game on April 9 2022
AT&T Center in San Antonio
Saturday, April 9, 2022
Betting on the San Antonio Spurs
Southwest Division Standing:
The San Antonio Spurs were defeated by the Minnesota Timberwolves in their most recent game on Thursday, 127-121, in spite of the contribution of Jakob Poeltl. Poeltl yielded 15 points and 17 rebounds, whereas Keldon Johnson had 20 points. The Spurs are currently in 10th place in the conference. Make sure you review our odds analysis for Saturday’s matchup below and consider how the team’s recent performance could influence their meeting against Golden.
Absences and Injuries
The Spurs have zero injured players ruled out. Dejounte Murray (Illness), Jock Landale (Foot), and Lonnie Walker (Back) are listed as questionable.
Betting on the Golden State Warriors
Pacific Division Standing:
The Golden State Warriors have experienced a varying degree of wins and losses lately and are presently in 3rd place in the conference. In their most recent game they defeated the Los Angeles Lakers, 128-112, thanks to Klay Thompson’s admirable contribution. Furthermore, Thompson generated 33 points and Jordan Poole had 19 points and 11 assists. Check out our analysis further down to learn how this performance has cast their odds for the upcoming game versus San Antonio on Saturday.
Absences and Injuries
The Warriors are without Stephen Curry (Foot).
Spurs vs Warriors | Moneyline, Over/Under and Point Spread Odds
San Antonio Spurs (+220) at FanDuel
The Golden State Warriors are favored to win according to the betting market. The team enters the matchup with a win percentage of 40% in the last 10 games (a record of four wins and six losses). The San Antonio Spurs’ win percentage is higher at 70% in the last 10 games (seven wins and three losses) by comparison.
Over 221.5 Total Points (-108) at Pointsbet
The Spurs have registered 115.5 points an outing over their most recent 10 games. On the other side of the court, the Warriors have logged an average of 108.7 points a game in the 10 games since March 19, although their average per game while playing away has been higher at 109.0.
San Antonio Spurs 6.5 Points (-110) at FanDuel
The San Antonio Spurs will need to lose by less than the amount of the spread or win outright in order to cover.
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