With the 2015-16 NBA Regular Season coming to a halt with the first half of the season ending Thursday the 11th of February 2016 as the All-Star Weekend runs from Friday the 12 thru Sunday the 14th of February 2016.
Thus, a game that is played tonight which will be the last game for both teams, until after the All-Star break, has the 47-4 Golden State Warriors playing at the 14-39 Phoenix Suns with the game being played at the Talking Stick Arena in Phoenix, Arizona with the tip-off scheduled for 9:10 PM ET.
The early odds for those that Bet on NBA has the Warriors of Golden favored at -16 ½ with the Over/under at 221 and at SBG when the spread is 14 or more, no Money Lines are available, while the Phoenix Suns are listed as the underdogs at +16 ½.
This past Tuesday it appeared that the Rockets of Houston had found a way to beat the hot handed Warriors, but they came back to win that game and increase to 42 the number of consecutive games they have won at home.
Yes, the Phoenix Suns have struggled this season, but remember their at home in this game against the Warriors, and as they say anything can happen in the desert, even an upset in front of their home crowd.
The 47-4 Golden State Warriors got by the Rockets this past Tuesday in an interesting game, but the Warriors found a way to take the lead and win the game 123-110 and that win gave the Warriors a series sweep for the 2nd consecutive season. Turned out to be just another night for S. Curry to up his stats, as he made 7-3 pointers scoring 36 points in the game while have 6 rebounds and making 9 assists. In the game his teammates provide a lot of help as 5 teammates score in double figures in the game.
Another star in that game for the Warriors was A. Bogut their center, giving his best performance to date scoring 13 points with 11 rebounds, 6 blocked shots and 3 steals. A big concern for the Warriors in this game and the games of late, is the fact that they are allowing opponents in their ultimate 6 games of 8 some 105 points per game, and that ranks them at 19 this month in the NBA, compared to last month they were ranked 5th in that category.
But with the Warriors any time their offense begins to roll, they can be disastrous for the opponents and the Suns have been there, and no what’s forthcoming tonight. In the 1st game with the Suns, Curry scored some 41 points, while in their 2nd game fellow Splash K. Thompson scored 44 points
If you are a fan of the 14-39 Phoenix Suns you know this season for your team is almost impossible, as they have spun backwards again this past Monday night as they got routed 122-106 by the Thunder of OKC. That happened to be their 8th straight defeat and in their ultimate 25 games their 23rd loss. Ironically they had a lead of 6 points late in the 3rd quarter, but the all-star duo of the OKC in K. Durant scored 32 points and R. Westbrook had 29 and stifled the Suns.
The Phoenix team played well in most phases of the game and stayed with the Thunder, but in 1 category they really struggled and that was in their 3-point attempts as they only completed 1 of their 11 attempts in that game, while their season average had been 36.6% of their 3 pointers each game previously.
But regardless if the Suns make a comeback on the 3-point attempts, the real question is whether their defense can contain the powerful Warriors offense supplemented by the Splash Brothers. But we’re sorry to say that it’s doubtful if the Suns can do that, since presently they are next to last in the league in points allowed opponents per game this season.
Therefore our offshore betting prediction for this game is that the Warriors will continue their winning ways and cruise past the Phoenix Suns 119-92 for their 11th straight victory!