Golden State Warriors Betting
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Golden State is both a fun and lucrative team to bet on. If this team is healthy, it can make its faithful backers plenty of coin via their NBA conference odds and NBA Championship odds. Alternatively, you can support just Stephen Curry via the NBA game props.
Golden State Warriors Betting Outlook
- Championship Odds: +1100
- Conference Odds: +500
- Division Odds: +450
For the third straight season, the Golden State Warriors are trendy picks to win the NBA title. Golden State remains a top-four team in championship and conference odds. A lot will have to go right for the Warriors, beginning with the health of its main core of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green.
The trio won an NBA title together and set the NBA regular-season wins record with 73 in 2015-16. Golden State brought back forward Andre Iguodala, a key member of this run, while also hoping the likes of forward Andrew Wiggins and center James Wiseman improve. The team also brought in veteran forwards Otto Porter Jr. and Nemanja Bjelica for depth.
If Curry & Co. stay healthy and the Warriors’ supporting cast step up, this team can go all the way even if beating the Lakers and Bucks will require some “luck”. But if injuries become an issue again, Golden State can once again miss the playoffs.
Warriors 2021-22 Predictions
- Regular Season Record: 47-35
- Conference Standing: Seventh
- Division Standing: Fourth
Golden State Warriors Team Leaders
The Warriors’ success all hinges on Curry. The two-time MVP is one of the betting favorites to win his third as he is the mind, heart, and soul of the team’s offense. Thompson’s return should only help Curry as he can find more space to create.
Last season, Curry won his second scoring title by putting up career-highs in 32 points and 5.3 3-pointers a game. The Warriors’ offense was 10.3 points better when he was on the court.
Next to Curry are Thompson and Green. Thompson returns after being two seasons away thanks to knee and Achilles injuries. It may take him some time to return to his All-Star form, but Thompson is good for 20 points a night while providing solid defense.
Green’s shooting may have left him entirely, but he still led the team in assists (8.9), rebounds (7.1), and steals (1.7). Even better than Curry, Golden State’s offense improved by 10.8 points when he was on the floor.
Golden State improved on its disastrous 2019-20 season in 2020-21 thanks to Curry’s aforementioned MVP-worthy performance. The Warriors stayed healthier and went 39-33. This was good enough to get them a spot in the play-in, where they lost consecutive games and failed to make the playoffs.
The Warriors went over its projected win total of 37.5, but it was a .500 team until it went on a torrid run in May by winning eight of its final nine games. Golden State was too dependent on Curry but managed to remain as a top-five defensive team, thanks mostly to Green’s efforts.
The team had a solid home record at 25-12. But it was terrible on the road at just 14-23. On the spread, Golden State was the second-best team as a favorite with a 20-13-0 record. With its streaky offense, Golden State was frequently in blowouts going 25-18 in games decided by double-digits.
Andre Iguodala, forward, Miami Heat
Otto Porter Kr., forward, Orlando Magic
Nemanja Bjelica, forward, Miami Heat
Kent Bazemore, guard/forward, Los Angeles Lakers
Kelly Oubre Jr, forward, Charlotte Hornets
Eric Paschall, forward, Utah Jazz
Jonathan Kuminga, forward, NGA G League Ignite
Moses Moody, guard, Arkansas
Steve Kerr remains the Warriors’ head coach. With a winning percentage of .687, Kerr is the third-best winningest coach in NBA history among coaches with 400 or more games. His .733 playoff winning percent is the highest in this list.
Things have been a bit harder for Kerr and the Warriors, however. Without Durant and Thompson, the Warriors have only gone .394 and have made no playoff appearances.