Golden State Warriors vs. Minnesota Timberwolves Prediction, NBA Odds

Daniel Coyle | Updated Feb 01, 2023

The Warriors aim to solidify their grasp on a spot among the top six in the West with a fourth straight win when they visit the Timberwolves in Wednesday NBA action.

Golden State
February 01, 2023, 8:00 PM ET
Target Center
Pointspread -5.5 -115
Moneyline -215
Over / Under o +241.5


Betting Action


Pointspread +5.5 -105
Moneyline +179
Over / Under u +241.5


Betting Action


The Warriors travel to Minnesota after opening their current three-game road trip with Monday’s decisive 128-120 win in Oklahoma City, and now sit fifth in the conference standings, just a half-game up on the eighth-place T-Wolves. Minnesota is on the rebound after seeing a three-game win streak with Monday’s 118-111 loss to the visiting Sacramento Kings, which also marked their first home defeat in five games.

The NBA betting line for Wednesday’s contest is unchanged since opening with the Warriors perched as 2.5-point favourites, while the total has faded to 239 since opening at 240.

Warriors vs. Timberwolves NBA Betting Odds

Wednesday night’s matchup at Target Center marks the second of four regular season meetings between these clubs. The Warriors rolled to a one-sided 137-114 victory when they visited Minnesota on November 27, but have recorded consecutive wins in head-to-head action just once while 6-6 straight up in their past 12 clashes. The lofty total in this contest reflects the recent trend towards high scoring in recent dates between these teams, which have combined to score 238 or more points five times during an 8-0 run for the OVER.

Golden State Warriors

The Warriors extended their recent high-scoring ways with a decisive win in OKC on Monday night. The Dubs put things out of reach early while outpacing the Thunder by a 38-20 margin in the first quarter, and have now averaged 126.3 points per game during their current 3-0 run, and have topped 120 points in six of their past nine overall. After struggling to produce consistent results in his return from injury in early January, Stephen Curry has regain his form. Curry tallied a game-high 38 points in Monday’s win over the Thunder, and has now averaged 36 points and 6.7 threes over his past three road contests. Draymond Green has remained a beast under the bucket, averaging almost 10 rebounds per game over his past nine outings, but has managed to record just two double-doubles over that stretch. The club remains without Andre Iguodala, who is on the mend from a hip injury that has sidelined him since mid-January.

Minnesota Timberwolves

The T-Wolves let victory slip through their fingers in Monday night’s overtime loss to the Kings. Leading by as many as eight points after recess, the Timberwolves needed a fourth-quarter rally to force overtime, and then followed up with sloppy play in the extra frame on their way to their second loss in seven outings. Anthony Edwards has remained the driving force behind a T-Wolves attack that has averaged 117 points per game during a 6-2 run on home court. Edwards contributed a game-high 33 points in Monday’s loss, and has now potted 34.5 points per game over his past six appearances. Big man Rudy Gobert has has handled business in the paint, picking 13.8 boards per game over his past five outings, and recording four double-doubles over that stretch, but is listed as questionable for Wednesday’s contest due to a groin injury.

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