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2023 NBA Handicapping
(37-37) Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Golden State Warriors (39-36)
Date: Sunday, March 26th
Time: 8:30 PM EST
Venue: Chase Center, San Francisco, California
Moneyline NBA Odds: Timberwolves +230 | Warriors -255 (Bet Now!)
NBA Betting Odds: Warriors -6.5
Today’s NBA Betting Total: 235.5
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As can be seen, the Minnesota Timberwolves last played Wednesday edging the Hawks 125-124 while the Warriors played Friday overcoming the 76ers’ Joel Embiid’s 46 points to win 120-112.
At this time, the Timberwolves are 35-39 overall against the spread this season. Also, they are 17-19 ATS as the away team. Overall, the Warriors are 35-39-1 against the spread this season. Also, they are 25-11-1 ATS as the home team
Sunday, March 26th the Minnesota Timberwolves are facing the Golden State Warriors for the fourth and final time of the regular season.
Golden State lead the regular season series 2-1 with victories on November 27th (137-114) and February 26th (109-104) while the Wolves won in overtime (119-114) on February 1st.
Another key point, last season, the squads played four times with the teams splitting those matches each winning on their home floors. The Warriors hold the all-time record having bested the Wolves in 73 of their 125 matches.
*Editor’s Note: Statistics and rankings are current as of this writing, on Saturday, March 25th. Numbers may vary slightly entering games on Sunday, March 26th.
Karl-Anthony Towns made his return to the court after being sidelined for 52 games due to the calf injury he sustained which got reaggravated in the rehab process.
Back on the court for the first time since November 28th, the big man delivered 22 points, four rebounds, three assists, and two steals in 26:06 of playing time.
More importantly, the Wolves collected the one-point win over the Hawks. Oddly, he’s listed as questionable for this match despite the Wolves being off since Wednesday.
Minnesota opponents score 116.3 points per game ranking 20th while the Wolves limit them to 47.2% from the field and 37.3% from deep ranking 15th and 26th respectively.
On offense, the Wolves score 116.1 points per game ranking 11th while shooting 49.2% from the field and 36.1% from the perimeter ranking third and 15th respectively.
To summarize the injury report…
- Karl-Anthony Towns C (questionable — calf)
- Anthony Edwards SG (questionable — illness)
- Jaylen Nowell SG (questionable — knee)
- Jordan McLaughlin, PG (upgraded to probable —illness)
Golden State Warriors
Big news for the Dubs as Gary Payton II was upgraded to probable for this match. Given the defensive struggles this season, (particularly on the road) getting back Payton at this point in the season will undoubtedly help.
The next domino Golden State needs to occur is getting Andrew Wiggins back on the court. His presence is missed on both ends of the court, but having him and Payton available will markedly improve the defense.
Comparatively, Golden State averages 118.5 points per game ranking second overall while shooting 47.7% from the field and 38.2% from deep ranking 13th and third respectively.
Warriors opponents score 118 points ranking 25th with them shooting 47.2% from the field and 36.5% from deep ranking 14th and 18th respectively.
To summarize the injury report…
- Andrew Wiggins SF (OUT indefinitely—personal)
- Andre Iguodala, SF (OUT indefinitely—wrist)
- Gary Payton II (upgraded to probable —abdomen)
- Ryan Rollins, SG (OUT indefinitely—foot)
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Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Golden State Warriors NBA Betting Trends:
- All in all, the Timberwolves are 0-6 ATS in their last 6 games when playing on the road against Golden State.
- Also, the Minnesota Timberwolves are 12-5 SU in their last 17 games played on a Sunday.
- By comparison, Golden State is 2-4 ATS in their last 6 games.
- In conclusion, the Warriors are 9-0 ATS in their last 9 games at home.
Free Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Golden State Warriors NBA Prediction:
Dare I say the Warriors are hitting their stride at the perfect time? Sure they still have work to do with those road games and they definitely need Andrew Wiggins back.
Yet, considering the elite teams the Dubs have bested in March like the Clippers, Bucks, Mavericks, Suns, and 76ers offers reason for optimism.
No doubt, they have their eyes fixed on a specific matchup for the first round and I suspect it might be the Kings given their inexperience (and lack of defense). First, they’ll need to take care of the Wolves at home to ensure they maintain their current sixth seed (or potentially move up).
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