Today’s NBA best head-to-head bets for the Timberwolves vs. Warriors (Fade Steph Curry, Jarred Vanderbilt)

The Golden State Warriors are looking to maintain the heat at home, where they apply 16-8-2 over this season as a favorite when they hosted the Minnesota Timberwolves on Thursday.

Steph Curry and company are six point favorites at WynnBET in this game, and I like one play on the total that I wrote about in my NBA Best Betting column.

I also have some support options for this game, lock one on D’Angelo Russell, and I’ve been keeping an eye on a few others before starting tonight.

D’Angelo Russell OVER 18.5 points (-125)

Minnesota Timberwolves guard D’Angelo Russell has come back solid since returning from league health and safety protocols, scoring more than 22 points in six of his last 10 and three games. consecutive.

There have been mistakes for Russell, but he and the Wolves are facing a Golden State Warriors team that has played a bit defensively with Draymond Green out of the lineup.

In the 2021-22 campaign, Russell is on 19.1 points per game and I think he can surpass this number for the fourth straight game tonight.

Steph Curry BELOW 24.5 points (-125)

Love Steph Curry, but I wrote about how he was in his worst form is supposed to be his career right now.

Steph has surpassed this number in just one of his last six games, and he has shot just 38.3% from the pitch in that span.

The Timberwolves like to push fast, but I think Golden State can control this game by moving the ball like it did Dallas. That doesn’t bode well for Curry’s scoring, and I’m trailing him off until we start to see shots drop.

Jarred Vanderbilt BELOW 9.5 Rebounds (-110)

Yes, Jarred Vanderbilt is averaging 9.2 rebounds per game this season, but he hasn’t been as dominant as of year-end, surpassing that number just twice in his last seven games. that.

The Warriors have been a resilient team this season, ranking fourth in the NBA in recovery rate. Vanderbilt plays for more than 20 minutes a night, but he’s far from this prop, pressed at -135.

I would gladly accept the below.

Peter Dewey’s betting record is 102-106-2 (-13.38 units) in the NBA this season. You can find them all choose here. Today’s NBA best head-to-head bets for the Timberwolves vs. Warriors (Fade Steph Curry, Jarred Vanderbilt)

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