The Golden State Warriors (39-37) will square off against the New Orleans Pelicans (38-37) in a Western Conference battle from the Chase Center. The New Orleans Pelicans are up in the eighth spot in the Western Conference, one place behind the Golden State Warriors, who are in seventh. After three exciting matchups this season, both teams face off one final time. The New Orleans Pelicans currently hold an impressive 2-1 record in regular-season play against the Golden State Warriors – but anything can happen in this tightly contested rivalry!
Form Golden State Warriors
The Golden State Warriors slipped to 39-37 for the season in their last game after falling to a 96-99 defeat against the Minnesota Timberwolves. They are 5-5 across their ten most recent games and 4-1 in the past five at home.
The Golden State Warriors have been a constant source of frustration for opposing defenses this season, averaging 116.6 points per game. This trend has been consistent in the last five games, with 118.2 points scored on average. On the other side, the Golden State Warriors defense has been nothing special, allowing 115.4 points on average in the last five contests and 117.7 points across the season.
The Golden State Warriors may not have secured a direct spot in the playoffs, but they have not been eliminated yet. In the 76 games of the regular season, they have emerged victorious in 39 of them, which gives them a chance to participate in the play-in tournament.
The Golden State Warriors will be without both Andre Iguodala and Ryan Rollins for their latest game.
Form New Orleans Pelicans
The New Orleans Pelicans continued their impressive form by beating the Portland Trail Blazers 90-124 in their last match. They are on a five-game winning streak and 14-24 on the road this season.
On average, New Orleans Pelicans have scored 114.4 points in the NBA this season and 114.3 points when playing away from home. The New Orleans Pelicans have held opponents to an average of 112.4 points per game at home and 115.7 points when playing on the road.
The New Orleans Pelicans may not have secured a direct playoff spot, but hope is not lost! With 38 triumphant victories from their 75 action-packed regular season games, they can still claw their way into the Western play-in tournament.
Jose Alvarado, Zion Williamson, and EJ Liddell are all carrying injuries going into the latest New Orleans Pelicans game.
Previously, the Golden State Warriors had been unsuccessful in their two meetings with the New Orleans Pelicans, but they finally got the victory they had been seeking when they last faced each other. They earned a 108-99 win at the Chase Center in March 2023 and hope to keep the momentum going. Playing the Golden State Warriors on the road has often proved to be an experience to forget for the New Orleans Pelicans, especially in their last five visits, which saw them fall to defeat four times.
In their past ten meetings, the Golden State Warriors pulled off 107.6 points on average per game, whereas New Orleans Pelicans managed 105.2 points per match.
Bet365 offers odds for the Golden State Warriors and the New Orleans Pelicans standoff.To view the complete list of odds
- Moneyline (ML): New Orleans Pelicans (+300) | Golden State Warriors (-380)
- Against the spread (ATS): New Orleans Pelicans +8.5 (-110) | Golden State Warriors -8.5 (-110)
- Over/Under (O/U): 234.5 (-110) | (-110)
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Go for the Golden State Warriors to win (1.26) on the moneyline.
The Golden State Warriors are expected to be victorious in their upcoming game against the New Orleans Pelicans. That’s despite their 96-99 loss to Minnesota Timberwolves in their most recent encounter. The hosts have been formidable at the Chase Center lately, going 9-1 SU. Despite being the underdog with +300 odds, the New Orleans Pelicans can be optimistic due to their three-game win streak away from home, as well as their most recent triumph against the Portland Trail Blazers, which finished 90-124.
If you are looking to bet on the upcoming match at the Chase Center, the Golden State Warriors offer -380 to win outright and are the better option of the two teams. Their record in their last ten matches is 5-5, and for the season, 39-37.
Against the Spread
Bet on the Golden State Warriors -8.5 (1.91) to cover the spread.
It is expected that the Golden State Warriors will dominate, with an 8.5-point advantage over the New Orleans Pelicans in Tuesday’s matchup. In the last five matches the Golden State Warriors played against the New Orleans Pelicans at home, they won four of them with an average margin of victory of 14.3 points.
The Golden State Warriors have gone 25-12-1 ATS at Chase Center. Their overall record for the season is 35-39-2 ATS. The last ten home contests saw the Golden State Warriors cover nine times. They scored 117.0 points per game and gave up 106.5 points on average.
The New Orleans Pelicans have covered five of their last six games. Their record for the season is 35-38-1 ATS. The New Orleans Pelicans managed to cover seven out of their last ten games, with an average of 116.2 points scored and 105.0 points conceded.
Take the Total under 234.5 (1.91) for the best over/under bet
There has been a trend of low-scoring games between the Golden State Warriors and the New Orleans Pelicans recently. The points have just not been there for either team. In fact, in their past ten matchups, the total only averaged 212.8 points.
The Golden State Warriors and the New Orleans Pelicans’s combined points total in their last ten matchups have not exceeded the Total line of 234.5 eight times. Betting Under on the Total market returns odds of -110 for Tuesday.
The last two Golden State Warriors games at the Chase Center went under. Their record at home is 15-22 O/U. The Golden State Warriors have had a record of 16-14 O/U when facing teams from the Southwest division lately. They are 6-4 O/U in their last ten games overall.
The New Orleans Pelicans are 20-18 O/U away from home this season. In six of their last seven road games, the total went under. The total averaged 221.2 points across the past 10 New Orleans Pelicans games, going under seven times.