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Denver Nuggets @ Golden State Warriors Betting Preview

The Denver Nuggets look to keep their winning way going Friday night when they face the Golden State Warriors. Denver Sports Betting is here to take a look at the action from a betting perspective.

Injury report: 

DEN


  • Jamal Murray – Out
  • Monte Morris – Out

GSW


  • David Lee – Out
  • James Wiseman – Out
  • Juan Toscano-Anderson – Questionable
  • Erich Paschal – Out

Betting lines (subject to change): 

  • Denver -2 ATS
  • GSW +2 ATS
  • Over/under is 228
  • Denver -130 on the MoneyLine
    • GSW +110

Covers.com trends: 

  • Under is 5-1 in the last 6 meetings between these two
  • Nuggets are 0-4-1 ATS in the last 5 meetings in Golden State
  • Under is 5-0 in Nuggets last 5 road games
  • Warriors are 5-1 ATS in their last 6 after allowing 100 points or more in their previous game
  • Under is 8-2 in Warriors last 10 home games vs. a team with a winning road record

The Breakdown: 

The Golden State Warriors cannot seem to find any consistency as a team. However, Steph Curry has found untapped potential rarely ever seen in the league. Steph Curry is playing at an MVP level at the moment. With this sheer talent, the Warriors are not to be underestimated. With the Nugget’s shortage of tried and tested guards, it is hard to see who will be able to impair Curry’s ability to put points on the board.

With this in mind, the deciding factors will come down to Denver’s ability to keep up on the offensive end as well as their ability to bring down rebounds. With two outstanding rebounders in Nikola Jokic and MPJ the Nuggets should easily take over on the glass while also bolstering their offense through second-chance points. As the best team on the offensive glass, the Nuggets average 10.9 offensive rebounds a game greatly increasing their odds against this Warriors team. In fact, with Nikola Jokic leading the way on the glass consider his 11.5 rebounds prop bet or conversely MPJ’s 8.5 rebounding prop bet. 

No matter where you end up enjoy tonight’s game as we approach the end of the regular season.

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