Dallas Mavericks vs. Golden State Warriors Prediction, NBA Odds

Jordan Ramsay | Updated Jan 25, 2022

Golden State's Steph Curry is hitting a major slump in 2022. The NBA's all-time 3-point leader is just 35 for 117 from beyond the arc this month, including 1 for 13 in his last game.

January 25, 2022, 10:00 PM ET
Chase Center
Golden State
Pointspread +3.5 -110
Moneyline +137
Over / Under o +212


Betting Action


Pointspread -3.5 -110
Moneyline -164
Over / Under u +212


Betting Action


The Dallas Mavericks kick off two road games in two nights in Golden State against the Warriors on Tuesday.  Dallas has won 11 of their last 13 games, including a 104-91 decision against Memphis on Sunday.  The Warriors have won three of the first four games on their current seven-game homestand and are coming in off a 94-92 dub over Utah on Sunday.

Golden State is a 3.5-point favourite to win on the NBA odds, with a total of 211.5.

Mavericks vs. Warriors NBA Betting Odds

The Mavericks have won three straight over Golden State, including a 99-82 decision in Dallas on Jan. 5.  Luka Doncic had a game-high 27 points for Dallas, while Canadian Andrew Wiggins led the Warriors with 17 points.  The game broke a streak of three straight contests hitting the Over in this head-to-head series.

The Mavs have had Golden State’s number over the last three years, winning seven of the last eight games in this series.  Dallas is 24-22-1 against the spread this season and have covered in nine of their last 11 games against the Warriors.  The total has gone Under in Dallas’ last eight games overall and five of their last six on the road.

Golden State’s 21-4 home record easily leads the NBA.  They’re 25-19-3 ATS overall, but they’ve only covered in three of their last 12 games.  The total has gone Over in 10 of the Warriors’ last 13 games against Dallas.

Dallas Mavericks

Doncic and Kristaps Porzingis each had one of their best games of the season as Dallas closed out a five-game homestand with a win on Sunday.  Doncic narrowly missed a triple-double, finishing with a game-high 37 points, 11 rebounds and nine assists.  Porzingis had 15 points, eight boards and a season-high six blocks.  It was one block short of Porzingis’ career-high as he helped the Mavs record a season-high 12 blocks as a team.  Dallas led by as much as 22 points and never trailed in the game.  Doncic averages team-highs in points per game (25.6), rebounds (8.8), assists (8.7) and steals (1.2).  Porzingis is second in points (19.9) and rebounds (8.0) and averages a team-high 1.8 blocks.

Sterling Brown will miss a fourth straight game Tuesday.  Brown, who is dealing with a left foot injury, isn’t a major part of the lineup and has only started three of his 36 games played this season.  Frank Ntilikina is listed as probable after missing Sunday’s game with a non-COVID illness.

Golden State Warriors

Steph Curry’s shooting woes continued in Golden State’s win on Sunday.  The NBA’s all-time 3-point leader finished with 13 points and went just 1 for 13 from beyond the arc.  While Curry’s shot has been off, he has contributed elsewhere, recording 34 assists to six turnovers over the past four games.  Last year’s scoring leader is averaging a team-high 26.0 ppg.  It was Jordan Poole, however, who led the Warriors last game.  Poole finished with 20 points, while Wiggins added 14 points and five rebounds.

Poole was starting in place of Klay Thompson, who was a late scratch with soreness in his surgically repaired left knee.  Thompson has averaged 14.7 ppg in six games since returning from a two-and-a-half year-long injury absence.  He is listed as questionable on Tuesday.  Draymond Green will miss a 10th straight game with a calf injury and is reportedly not close to returning.  It’s a sizeable blow for the Warriors, as Green averages team-highs in rebounds (7.6), assists (7.4) and blocks (1.2).

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