LEE STRYKER’S FREE NBA BASKETBALL SELECTION WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6TH
#572 GOLDEN STATE (-) over San Antonio at 10:35 PM EST
Back on November 18th, Golden State (+3) traveled to San Antonio and got dusted 104-92. In a payback mode and playing some of their best basketball of the season, the Warriors will easily grab the win and cover in this revenge matchup.
Technically speaking, this is a solid spot for the home team. A quick glance at the Team Stryker NBA Database shows that Golden State owns a 12-1 SU mark (7-5-1 ATS) in its last 13 games. Also, in this series, head coach Steve Kerr’s troops have been in control notching a respectable 12-3 SU and 9-6 ATS record in the last 15 meetings. Even more impressive, when hitting the hardwood with same season revenge, the Warriors have come out to play inking a fabulous 59-16 SU and 46-28-1 ATS mark including a profitable 48-11 SU and 38-20-1 ATS if they’re matched up against a conference foe. With those two parameters working and State not off a blowout victory of 15 points or more, this situation jets to a lucrative 36-9 SU and 31-14 ATS.
Off Monday’s 15-point loss at Sacramento and with a trip to Portland scheduled for tomorrow night, this will be a very difficult spot for this visiting San Antonio squad. Respect is certainly given to a Spurs bunch that carries a 26-16 ATS mark when priced as a double-digit underdog. However, when stepping up in class on the road and running the floor against an opponent that holds a team won/loss percentage of .701 or better, head coach Gregg Popovich’s boys own a pitiful 8-34 SU and 15-27 ATS record. In this role battling a foe that arrives off a straight up win, San Antonio falls to an ugly 4-27 SU and 8-23 ATS including a shocking 0-9 SU and 1-8 ATS in this set if the Spurs enter off a straight up loss.
In their last 10 games, the Warriors have been on fire offensively averaging 124.2 points per game and shooting 50.3 percent from the field. This is one NBA revenge wager that absolutely must be made. Take Golden State. Thanks and best of luck.
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