Spurs @ Warriors: Golden State clashes with San Antonio in Western Conference showdown
Spurs @ Warriors NBA odds, spreads and predictions
The Golden State Warriors have won nine of the last 10 games.
Golden State got back on track and improved to 37-15 after defeating the Los Angeles Lakers 115-101.
Klay Thompson returned from a one-game illness absence and led the team in scoring with 28 points on 10-of-15 shooting.
Kevin Durant had a double-double scoring 21 points with a team-high 11 assists, while DeMarcus Cousins posted a double-double of his own with 18 points and a team-high 10 rebounds.
Andre Iguodala was efficient off the bench for the Warriors, scoring 17 points on seven-of-nine shooting.
When is it? Wednesday February 6th
What time is tip off? 10:30 p.m. ET
Where is it being played? ORACLE Arena
Which channel is it on? ESPN
The San Antonio Spurs snapped a five-game winning streak after falling to the Sacramento Kings 127-112 on Monday night.
San Antonio's defense faltered allowing the Kings to shoot over 50 percent from the field.
DeMar DeRozan led the team with 24 points and four assists on 10-of-15 shooting. LaMarcus Aldridge was next in line with 22 points, adding a team-high nine rebounds.
San Antonio continue their eight-game road trip with a visit to Oracle Arena which will be an uphill battle for the Spurs, who hold a road record of 10-16 this season.
Spurs @ Warriors Spread
Golden State is giving San Antonio 11 points in this matchup.
San Antonio is averaging 121 ppg over their last six games, and they'll need to stay hot to keep up with Golden State. The Warriors have the best offense in the NBA averaging 118.7 ppg.
Golden State's depth can over power and outmatch the Spurs down the stretch. Take the Warriors to cover.
Spurs @ Warriors Moneyline
Think the Spurs can pull out the road upset? Betting $20 could win profit of $110.
Like Golden State to keep rolling at home? Spending $650 would win $100 profit.
Spurs @ Warriors Over/Under
The over/under for this matchup is set at 233.5 points.
Final score prediction: San Antonio Spurs 108, Golden State Warriors 120
Take the under in this game.
Where the game will be won or lost
San Antonio defeated Golden State 104-92 when these teams faced off in November.
The Spurs were able to hold the NBA's highest scoring offense to just 92 points, but that was without Stephen Curry in the lineup.
Golden State will need Curry and his outside shooting to be a difference maker this time around.
For San Antonio, they have to tighten up defensively and limit the Warriors from beyond the arc.
During the November matchup, the Spurs held Golden State to just 19 percent shooting from three-point range.