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2023 NBA Handicapping
(38-37) New Orleans Pelicans vs. Golden State Warriors (39-37)
Date: Tuesday, March 28th
Time: 8:30 PM EST
Venue: Chase Center, San Francisco, California
Moneyline NBA Odds: Pelicans +320 | Warriors -390 (Bet Now!)
NBA Betting Odds: Warriors -9
Today’s NBA Betting Total: 235
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As can be seen, the New Orleans Pelicans are completing a back-to-back set having beat the Blazers 124-90 on Monday while the Warriors last played Sunday coughing up the lead in the closing moments of the match versus the Timberwolves losing 96-99.
At this time, the Pelicans are 35-38-1 overall against the spread this season. Also, they are 14-22-1 ATS as the away team. Overall, the Warriors are 35-40-1 against the spread this season. Also, they are 25-12-1 ATS as the home team
Tuesday, March 28th the New Orleans Pelicans are facing the Golden State Warriors for the fourth and final time this season.
The Pelicans lead the series 2-1 with all games being won on home floors. New Orleans took the November 4th (114-105) and 21st (128-83) matches while the Warriors won 108-99 on March 3rd.
The Warriors hold the all-time record between the clubs with 44 wins in 70 meetings versus the Pelicans. Last season, the teams played three times with the Warriors taking two of the three contests.
*Editor’s Note: Statistics and rankings are current as of this writing, on Monday, March 27th. Numbers may vary slightly entering games on Tuesday, March 28th.
New Orleans Pelicans
The Pelicans arrive at this match having won five games in a row and although four of those wins were against lower-tier teams the victory versus the Clippers solidified their momentum shift.
New Orleans has climbed to eighth and is now just a half-game back of their opponent and a game up on both the Lakers and Thunder.
Presently, the Pelicans rank 15th for scoring averaging 114.2 points per game while shooting 47.9% from the field and 36% from the perimeter ranking 11th and 16th respectively.
Defensively, the Pelicans allow opponents to score 112.7 points per game, ranking 12th. New Orleans holds their opponents to 47.4% from the field ranking 16th and boasts the best perimeter opponent ranking 34%.
To summarize the injury report…
- Zion Williamson, PF (OUT indefinitely — hamstring)
- Jose Alvarado PG (OUT indefinitely — tibia)
- E.J. Liddell, PF (OUT indefinitely — knee)
Golden State Warriors
While coughing up the ball late led to the undoing of a game that seemed in the bag, it also negated the bigger story of the night which was the return of Gary Payton II who made an immediate and palpable difference for the Warriors.
Jordan Poole seemed to be on getting back on track — but — he’s made some terrible play calls especially late in matches either turning over the ball or jacking up questionable shots.
Something tells me once Andrew Wiggins is back (if he’s coming back) we’re far more likely to see Steve Kerr tap GPII to join lineups featuring Steph, Wiggs, and Draymond with either a small ball focus adding Klay or a large lineup with Looney as the fifth.
The reason is that quartet offers two-way versatility with a defensive upside.
Comparatively, Golden State averages 118.2 points per game ranking second overall while shooting 47.6% from the field and 38.2% from deep ranking 13th and third respectively.
Warriors opponents score 117.7 points ranking 23rd with them shooting 47.1% from the field and 36.6% from deep ranking 12th and 20th respectively.
To summarize the injury report…
- Andrew Wiggins SF (OUT indefinitely—personal)
- Andre Iguodala, SF (OUT indefinitely—wrist)
- Ryan Rollins, SG (OUT indefinitely—foot)
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New Orleans Pelicans vs. Golden State Warriors NBA Betting Trends:
- All in all, the Pelicans are 5-0 ATS in their last 5 games.
- Also, the Pelicans are 6-12 SU in their last 18 games against Golden State.
- By comparison, Golden State is 2-5 ATS in their last 7 games.
- In conclusion, the Warriors are 9-1 ATS in their last 10 games at home.
Free New Orleans Pelicans vs. Golden State Warriors NBA Prediction:
As the Pelicans have gone on this win streak (again primarily against the lower tier) it begs the question — when will Zion Williamson be back and could New Orleans be a dark horse to upset a favorite in the first round if he does return?
Meanwhile, Golden State choked away a win they were 11 seconds away from by losing focus. Look for more Mitten minutes in this match as he truly did impact the overall defensive energy and effort in a positive way.
P.S. Andrew Wiggins will miss his 20th consecutive game (has only played in 37 this season) for ‘personal’ reasons. Sending out prayers for him and his family for whatever he’s dealing with.
4* Free New Orleans Pelicans vs. Golden State Warriors NBA Betting Pick: Pelicans +9
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