San Antonio crushed the Clippers last night 116-90. The Spurs brought tremendous effort for that game as they were seeking double revenge after losing twice to the Clippers earlier this season. While San Antonio was extremely focused for last night’s game in Los Angeles, we do not expect the same type of performance tonight, especially since the Spurs are playing on a back-to-back road set with this also being their third game in four nights.
Golden State snapped their six-game losing streak with a 108-98 home win over the Suns on Wednesday night. The Warriors should carry over that good play into tonight’s game, especially since they are catching San Antonio at the perfect time. The Warriors gave the Spurs a battle last month in San Antonio despite playing without their best player in Stephen Curry. Golden State only lost that game by seven points (95-88) while shooting terribly from the field (42.9%) and worse from three-point land (25%).
The Warriors will have their full lineup on the court tonight, including Curry who has scored 49 points in the two games since the All-Star break. We’ll take the points with home underdog tonight, especially since they are catching San Antonio in a terrible scheduling and situational spot.
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