San Antonio Spurs vs. Golden State Warriors Prediction, NBA Odds

Andrew Rogers | Updated Dec 04, 2021

Lonnie Walker, San Antonio Spurs, 2021

The Warriors look to build off their most impressive win of the season as they host the Spurs on Saturday evening.

San Antonio
December 04, 2021, 8:30 PM ET
Chase Center
Golden State
Pointspread +9 -110
Moneyline +330
Over / Under o +219


Betting Action


Pointspread -9 -110
Moneyline -430
Over / Under u +219


Betting Action


The Warriors not only ended the Phoenix Suns’ 18-game winning streak Friday, they did so in impressive fashion – and being able to give their starters a little extra rest in that one could come in handy against a Spurs team that is close to a double-digit underdog thanks largely to a dismal road record.

Spurs vs. Warriors NBA Betting Odds

The Warriors improved their impressive ATS record to 16-5-1 with a 22-point win over the No. 1 team in the NBA – and that has the Sports Interaction betting public abuzz. They’re siding with the favoured Warriors at an 86 percent clip, and why not? This spread has been the sweet spot for Golden State, which has gone an incredible 14-2-1 against the spread in its last 17 games as a favourite of 8+ points. The Spurs are 11-9 ATS on the year.

Saturday’s total is set at 219.5, with the overwhelming majority of wagerers taking the Over (as usual). That’s an interesting trend given that the Warriors have been equally strong with the Under as they have been ATS, carrying a 6-16 O/U mark into this encounter. That includes an active five-game Under streak during which Golden State has held opponents to a 97.8-ppg scoring average. These teams are also 7-3 to the Under in their past 10 meetings.

San Antonio Spurs

The Spurs are flying high thanks to a season-high three-game winning streak – and the last victory was a significant one. Their 114-83 trouncing of the Trail Blazers improved the Spurs to 89-88 all-time vs. Portland – meaning that San Antonio now has a winning record against every team in the NBA. But that’s of little help Saturday for the Spurs, who have just three wins in 10 road games this season and are 2-10 against the Western Conference.

Golden State Warriors

Draymond Green is no stranger to odd stat lines – and Saturday’s was certainly one of his strangest. Green finished with nine points, nine rebounds, nine assists, six steals and three blocked shots, making him just the seventh player in NBA history (and the first since James Harden in 2019) to reach those benchmarks in the same game. Green continues to offer great value despite his scoring woes (8.2 ppg, 8.0 rpg, 7.7 apg, 1.3 spg, 1.0 bpg).

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