Tom Stryker’s Free Basketball Play April 26th


#533 GOLDEN STATE (-1′) over Sacramento at 10 PM EST
With the series currently tied 2-2 and Kings star De’Aaron Fox listed as doubtful with a fractured index finger on his shooting hand, the Warriors will travel to the Golden 1 Center and take control of this series by grabbing a rare road win. Fox torched Golden State for 38 points and nine boards in the game four loss at the Chase Center and his productivity will be limited and missed with the injury.

The Warriors dismal 26-52 SU and 25-52-1 ATS road record in their last 78 battles is noted and respected. However, as a playoff guest battling a division foe, head coach Steve Kerr and his kids own a respectable 11-5 ATS record. Also, when stepping up in class and fighting an opponent that owns a team won/loss percentage of .575 or higher, the Warriors have been an excellent source of revenue posting a profitable 48-28 SU and 45-30-1 ATS tally including 44-24 SU and 41-26-1 ATS provided they are rested. With those two parameters live and State fighting a foe that is not off a straight up loss of two points or more, this situation tightens up to a spectacular 27-14 SU and 29-11-1 ATS.

This will be a challenging wagering spot for the Kings. At home battling an opponent that owns a team won/loss percentage of .501 or higher, Sacramento holds a rough 19-40 SU and 22-35-2 ATS mark in its last 49 battles provided its foe arrives off a straight up win. In this setting holding a team won/loss percentage of .412 or higher, Sac falls to a woeful 9-27 SU and 9-25-2 ATS including a shocking 6-20 SU and 4-22 ATS provided this is a conference game.

In a pair of playoff road wars against the Kings, the Warriors lost by three and eight points, respectively. With Fox hobbled by a finger, the third time will be a charm for Coach Kerr and his crew. Take Golden State. Thanks and best of luck, Tom.


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