Golden State (46-11) will be hard pressed to top Sunday’s performance in Boston. Down 26 points midway through the second quarter, they came back to stun the Celtics 106-101.
The Golden State Warriors (-8, 214.5) bring their high octane offense to Boston to battle the improving Boston Celtics at TD Garden. The Warriors lead the league in scoring with 110.2 points per game.
The Atlanta Hawks try for their fourth straight victory when they visit the Heat in Miami at American Airlines Arena. The total is 198. The Hawks lead the Eastern Conference by eight games over Toronto.
The Milwaukee Bucks will try to avoid a third straight road defeat as they face the Pacific Division-worst Lakers at Staples Center. The total is at 195.5.
The San Antonio Spurs look to snap a three-game losing streak when they visit the Portland Trailblazers. Tip-off is set for 10:30 ET at Moda Center where the Blazers are favored by 3. Both teams are winless since the All-Star break.
The Oklahoma City Thunder will try to match their longest winning streak of the season when they host the Indiana Pacers at Chesapeake Energy Arena. The total is 203.
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The Rockets look to stay hot at home when they host the Minnesota Timberwolves at the Toyota Center. The total is 211.
The best team in the NBA begins its longest road trip of the year when the Golden State Warriors visit the Indiana Pacers. The Warriors are favored by -6.5 with the total at 205.
Newly minted MVP Stephen Curry still has room on the bandwagon despite the opening game of a potentially complicated series against a Grizzlies team that aims to slow you down going decisively in his Warriors’ favor.