Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Golden State Warriors Odds
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The Golden State Warriors face the Oklahoma City Thunder for the fourth and final time this season on Tuesday night in San Francisco. All three prior meetings between these two teams have featured high point totals and one team eclipsing 128 or more points.
Tonight both teams enter this contest mostly at full strength as they look to get back to their winning ways. Luckily for the Warriors, they get to play on their home court where they flaunt a 32-8 record and have scored 119.3 points per game.
As for the Thunder, they are 0-4 ATS in their last four road games and 0-7 ATS in their last seven games overall. This is a big reason why they are eight-point underdogs. Read on for the two most valuable prop bets for this Thunder vs. Warriors matchup along with same game parlay picks and analysis below.
NBA Same Game Parlay Odds & Pick
The Parlay: (+268)
- Josh Giddey Over 6.5 Assists (+105)
- Stephen Curry Over 6.5 Assists (-105)
Josh Giddey Over 6.5 Assists (+105)
The Thunder’s Josh Giddey logged 17 points, 11 rebounds and 17 assists the last time these two teams met up. It was Giddey’s fourth triple-double of the season and helped Oklahoma City defeat Golden State 137-128. The Thunder were in command down the stretch as they entered the fourth quarter with their largest lead of the game at 15 points.
With a lot of points expected in this matchup, expect another big assist night for Giddey. He enters this contest averaging 6.2 assists a game but has eclipsed 6.5 assists in four of his last six games overall.
No need to be overly ambitious looking into an alternate number, as taking right around his season average at over 6.5 assists will return plus-money on your wager.
Stephen Curry Over 6.5 Assists (-105)
Curry enters this contest second on the Warriors in assists by averaging 6.3 per game. He has had success as a distributor against the Thunder with 10 or more assists in two of their last three matchups.
The Thunder have really struggled defending opposing point guards all season, surrendering 24.7 points per game and a very high 8.3 assists per contest. As a team, they have also been burned by the extra pass as they have given up an average of 26 assists per game (21st in the NBA), with that number higher over their last three at 29.3.
Expect another big night out of Steph in a favorable matchup, and hone in on his assist total set right around his season average at 6.5.
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