Utah has had three straight wins of its own, and Donovan Mitchell has been playing really well since coming back from a concussion.
Both teams are eliminated in this match, as the Warriors will be without Klay Thompson (the rest), Draymond Green, Andre Iguodala and Nemanja Bjelica in this match. Rudy Gobert (calf) is still playing for the Jazz, so does that create some betting value for Golden State?
The following is Odds via WynnBET:
I was surprised to see the Warriors being the underdog in this game, especially since they played so well early in the season when Thompson was eliminated. Sure, Klay will add a new element to this list, but the Warriors depend on him to win ball games.
The Jazz, on the other hand, have struggled very hard without Rudy Gobert, allowing a defensive tally of 118.5 in 12 games without him this season. The Warriors come into this game with the best defensive rating in the NBA, so I think they can take the advantage against a weaker Jazz unit on Wednesday.
Steph Curry has a big game coming up, and maybe Thompson’s absence will keep him going. I’ll take the Warriors to 10 wins in a row and take the sadness away.
Lean: Warriors Moneyline (+110)
Find Peter Dewey’s entire NBA betting record this season here.
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