Golden State Warriors vs. Denver Nuggets Game 4 Prediction, NBA Odds

Nik Kowalski | Updated Apr 23, 2022

NBA: Playoffs-Golden State Warriors at Denver Nuggets

The splash brothers could be soon expanding to three as Jordan Poole dropped another 27 points Thursday.

Golden State
April 24, 2022, 3:30 PM ET
Pepsi Center
Pointspread -4.5 -120
Moneyline -223
Over / Under o +224


Betting Action


Pointspread +4.5 -101
Moneyline +185
Over / Under u +224


Betting Action


The Golden State Warriors are looking for a sweep of the Denver Nuggets Sunday night when they clash in Denver. The Warriors took Game 3 on Thursday, winning 118-113 after a late fourth-quarter run. The third-seed Warriors are healthy and rolling, all with superstar point guard coming off the bench as he still recovers from an ankle injury.

Tip-off at Ball Arena Sunday goes at 3:30 p.m. EDT with the road Warriors a 4-point favourite and the over/under listed at 225 on the NBA odds.

Warriors vs. Nuggets NBA Playoffs Betting Odds

All three games in this series have had the same result when it comes to betting: a Golden State cover and the over cashing in. The Warriors are now on an eight-game win streak and an 8-1 run against the spread (ATS), dating back to the regular season. The over is also 5-1 in Golden State’s last five games, and they’ve reached 118 points in all three wins over Denver.

For the Nuggets, they’re extremely cold ATS. Denver’s covered in one of their last six games overall, but also in one of their last six games hosting Golden State. The total has also gone over in five of Denver’s last five games against an opponent in the Pacific Division division.

Golden State Warriors

The splash brothers could be soon expanding to three as Jordan Poole dropped another 27 points Thursday, tied with Stephen Curry for the team-high and one more than Klay Thompson’s 26. Thompson had the most efficient night from the field going 10 for 18 from the floor and hitting six three-pointers. Curry and Poole each knocked down three treys in the win.

The trio is all averaging over 22 points a game in the playoffs, with Poole’s 28.7 points per game leading the way. As Curry fully recovers from an ankle injury suffered in March, Warriors head coach has a good problem to have with his starting five as Poole is currently starting in Curry’s place.

Denver Nuggets

It’s an old story at this point, but Denver again got a monster game from Nikola Jokić and still fell short. Jokić had a game-high 37 points and 18 rebounds while going 14 for 22 from the field. The likely MVP is now averaging 29 points and 13 rebounds this series.

Aaron Gordon had a solid night in Game 3 with 18 points and 12 rebounds but once again this secondary scoring isn’t on the same level as the trio in Golden State right now. After Jokić and Gordon, Denver has Will Barton averaging 16 points and Monte Morris 10 points a game this series. Unless these two, or others, on the Nuggets step it up… it‘s likely the end of their season Sunday.

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