through 3 quarters
The points gap is against the San Antonio Spurs, but so far the points are on their side. At three quarters and their attack really knew how to impose its will, dominating the Golden State Warriors 99-88 at three quarters.
Small forward Lonnie Walker IV (21 points), point guard Dejounte Murray (19 points) and shooter Derrick White (19 points) were Spurs’ top scorers. A double-double would be Dejounte Murray’s sixth in a row.
Golden State relied on the performance of point guard Stephen Curry, who has 21 points and four assists and five rebounds.
The Warriors may be down, but they’ve been down at the end of the third quarter four times this season and have won 75% of those games.
San Antonio @ Golden State
Current records: San Antonio 7-13; Golden State 19-3
What there is to know
The Golden State Warriors get back to it by hosting the San Antonio Spurs at 8:30 p.m. ET on December 4 at the Chase Center. After these two teams get rid of their previous opponents, one of them is about to suffer a disheartening setback.
Golden State’s game against the Phoenix Suns last Friday was close at halftime, but the Warriors upped the pressure in the second half with 67 points. Golden State facilitated Phoenix’s job and claimed a 118-96 victory. Golden State can attribute much of his success to forward Draymond Green, who had nine points and nine assists as well as nine rebounds, six steals and three blocks, and small forward Juan Toscano-Anderson, who tallied 17 points and five more assists. with five boards.
Meanwhile, the Portland Trail Blazers usually have all the answers at home, but last Thursday San Antonio proved too difficult a challenge. The Spurs took their game on the road with ease, claiming a 114-83 victory over the Trail Blazers. With San Antonio ahead 68-47 at halftime, the fight was already almost over. Point guard Dejounte Murray and shooter Bryn Forbes were among San Antonio’s main playmakers, the former having a double-double with 15 points and 13 dimes with seven boards and the latter with 18 points.
The Warriors are the favorites in this one, with an expected margin of victory of 9 points. They were consistent ATS cash generators when favored (14-4-1), so they could be worth a quick bet.
Their victories took Golden State to 19-3 and San Antonio to 7-13. With Golden State and the Spurs strutting after impressive performances, it will be interesting to see which team steps up to teach the other a little bit of humility.
How to watch
- When: Saturday at 8:30 p.m. ET
- Or: Chase Center – San Francisco, California
- TV: KENS-TV 5
- Online broadcast: fuboTV (Try free. Regional restrictions may apply.)
- To follow: CBS Sports app
- Cost of the ticket: $ 75.00
The Warriors are a big favorite at 9 points against the Spurs, according to the latest NBA odds.
The punters had a good idea of the line for this one, as the game opened with the Warriors as the 10-point favorite.
Over / Under: -110
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History of the series
Golden State has won 18 of its last 28 games against San Antonio.
- February 09, 2021 – Golden State 114 v San Antonio 91
- February 08, 2021 – San Antonio 105 vs. Golden State 100
- January 20, 2021 – Golden State 121 vs. San Antonio 99
- December 31, 2019 – San Antonio 117 v Golden State 113
- November 01, 2019 – San Antonio 127 v Golden State 110
- March 18, 2019 – San Antonio 111 v Golden State 105
- February 06, 2019 – Golden State 141 v San Antonio 102
- November 18, 2018 – San Antonio 104 v Golden State 92
- April 24, 2018 – Golden State 99 v San Antonio 91
- April 22, 2018 – San Antonio 103 v Golden State 90
- April 19, 2018 – Golden State 110 v San Antonio 97
- April 16, 2018 – Golden State 116 v San Antonio 101
- April 14, 2018 – Golden State 113 v San Antonio 92
- March 19, 2018 – San Antonio 89 v Golden State 75
- March 08, 2018 – Golden State 110 v San Antonio 107
- February 10, 2018 – Golden State 122 v San Antonio 105
- November 02, 2017 – Golden State 112 v San Antonio 92
- May 22, 2017 – Golden State 129 vs. San Antonio 115
- May 20, 2017 – Golden State 120 v San Antonio 108
- May 16, 2017 – Golden State 136 v San Antonio 100
- May 14, 2017 – Golden State 113 v San Antonio 111
- March 29, 2017 – Golden State 110 v San Antonio 98
- March 11, 2017 – San Antonio 107 v Golden State 85
- October 25, 2016 – San Antonio 129 vs. Golden State 100
- April 10, 2016 – Golden State 92 v San Antonio 86
- April 07, 2016 – Golden State 112 v San Antonio 101
- March 19, 2016 – San Antonio 87 v Golden State 79
- January 25, 2016 – Golden State 120 v San Antonio 90
Golden State injury report
- Andre Iguodala: Out (knee)
- Otto Porter Jr .: Out (Rest)
- Klay Thompson: absent (Achille)
- James Wiseman: out (knee)
San Antonio injury report
- Keita Bates-Diop: Out (ankle)
- Devin Vassell: outside (thigh)
- Zach Collins: Out (foot)