The Dallas Mavericks will attempt to level their 2022 Western Conference finals when they meet Golden State Warriors Golden State Warriors in game 2 this Friday. Golden State is the highest-scoring team in the 2022 NBA playoffs, and they scored 112 points against Dallas in Game 1 and then rolled to an impressive 25-point win. It is the Warriors are 7-0 at home in the postseason as the Mavericks are 3-3 in road games. Andre Iguodala (neck) and Gary Payton II (elbow) are both on the sidelines with the Warriors.
Tipoff will begin at 9 p.m. ET at Chase Center in San Francisco. Golden State is a six-point home favourite in the most recent Mavericks matchup against. Warriors odds from Caesars Sportsbook. The total point over-under recorded is 213.5. Before you make any Warriors against. Mavericks picks, be sure to check out all the NBA prediction and the betting suggestions from SportsLine’s tested computer model.
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The model has its sights on Mavs against. Warriors, and it has locked in its picks as well as NBA postseason predictions. You are able to go to SportsLine right now to view the model’s predictions. Here are some NBA betting odds along with betting line-ups for Warriors against Mavs. Mavs:
- Mavericks vs. Warriors spread: Golden State -6
- Mavericks Vs. Warriors over-under: 213.5 points
- Mavericks vs. Warriors money line: Golden State -260, Dallas +210
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- AL: Mavericks have a ATS record of 8-3 in the last eleven Friday night games
- The GS says: Warriors are 5-1-1 ATS in their most recent seven conference finals
The reason why do the Warriors are able to cover
Guard Klay Thompson is an absolute star in 3-point range and excels when playing big games. Thompson is a shoot-and-catch threat who is a threat from a distance of. Thompson, a five-time All-Star is also a solid defensive player with a flair for steals. Thompson averages 19.9 pointsand 4.5 rebound as well as 1.1 steals for each game. In the first game Thompson scored 15 points, five boards , and four assists.
Guard Jordan Poole joins the “splash brothers” — Thompson and Steph Curry who are in the backcourt. Poole is another ball handler in the backcourt who has the ability to develop his own shot and discover his teammates. The Michigan player knows how to take on his opponent and maintain pressure on the defense. Poole averages 19.3 scores in addition to 4.7 assists per game.
The reason the Mavericks are able to cover
Dallas will be able to see positive improvement following its lowest-scoring postseason game in Game 1. The Mavs were among the teams with playoff-lows in field-goal percentage as well as 3-point percentage and free-throw percentage. Therefore, their numbers should return more in line with the norms for Game 2. The Warriors also enjoyed the benefit of two days of rest in Game 1. However, both teams are expected to enter Friday’s contest after just an hour of sleep. Dallas covers 59 % of its games after a day of rest, whereas Golden State covers in just 50 percent of their games after a single days of rest.
Luka Doncic is set to play a massive Game 2 based on what the team has done in its previous playoff games. Doncic scored 20 points in Game 1, that was his fifth playoff game that had less than 25 point. In the four games that followed those four games the forward has averaged 42 points, alongside 11.5 rebounding as well as 11 assist. An even more efficient and active Doncic could change the balance in favor of Dallas who has played in the first three regular-season games against Golden State.