Tuesday (10:30 PM ET) – March 24, 2015
The Golden State Warriors travel to Portland to take on a Trail Blazers team that has been reeling as of late. The last time these two teams faced off on November 2nd, Klay Thompson led the Warriors to a 95-90 victory on the road behind 29 points. Thompson has scored 26.3 Wettanbieter points per game while hitting 17 of 31 from 3-point range in his last four road meetings, while Curry has averaged 35.8 points and made 19 of 39 from beyond the arc in the past four overall.
What to watch from the Golden State Warriors (57-13)
The Warriors are simply playing incredible basketball. Coming off a sweep of its recent six game home stand, Golden State looks poised going into the last stretch of the regular season, MVP front runner Stephen Curry leading Wetten in Deutschland the way. Coach Steve Kerr is aware of his team’s success, which he attributes to their cohesion and comradery both on and off the court. „We enjoy every night,“ coach Kerr told the team’s official website. „I think part of the magic of this team is just having fun. There’s a lot of joy in that locker room from one night to the next. We don’t pay attention to our record.“
The Blazers have hit a rough patch, losing four straight on the road after opening their trip with a good win against Toronto. Adding insult to injury, LaMarcus Aldridge sprained his left index finger in a 97-86 loss against Memphis on Saturday, and he is not expected Paypal Sportwetten to play tonight. This coming after the team’s third-leading scorer Wesley Mathews went down for the season with an Achilles injury. Starting forward Nicholas Batum is also expected to miss the game after sitting out of the second half on Saturday with a sore back. Bottom line, it’s doubtful that this banged up Blazer squad will be able to withstand the Warriors’ onslaught.
NBA Picks: Warriors, Over
The Nuggets and Lakers split their first two meetings of the season, with the Lakers getting the victory in their most recent matchup behind Kobe Bryant’s triple double. Now, with Kobe out for the season and guards Ronnie Price out and Jeremy Lin day-to-day, Ty Lawson and the Nuggets figure to have the upper hand against a free-falling