Golden St Warriors versus Phoenix Suns NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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Two playoff contenders hit the court in late night action from the NBA on Saturday February 8th as the Golden St Warriors will travel to face the Phoenix Suns. The Warriors and Suns will get things started from Phoenix at 9PM Eastern Time and you can catch all of the action over the NBA League Pass Channel.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home side Phoenix Suns favored by -2 points with an over under line of 209 ½ points.

Golden St has been a bit inconsistent as the team is just 6-7 straight up in their past 13 games. They enter this game with the Suns with injury concerns as one of their big men Davis Lee is scheduled to miss the game with an ailing shoulder. Defensively the Warriors have held their opponents down in the scoring column by allowing 92 points or less in their past six games. In that span are wins against the LA Clippers and Portland but bad losses at well to Charlotte and Washington. Their offense has been inconsistent. They need more out of Klay Thompson at the shooting guard position. He puts up a lot of inefficient numbers as he takes a high volume of shots but dishes out very little assists and grabs few rebounds. The trade rumors have been swirling as the Warriors are looking to make a deal. The team also greatly misses backup point guard in Jarrett Jack who was lost in free agency a season ago. Jack brought a starters quality off the bench for the Warriors and was most always summoned into the game late to help preserve leads or overtake teams. Phoenix has been one of the surprise teams in 2013-14 as they enter play with a record of 29-20. They are a high scoring team that averages nearly 108 points on their home court and connect on 47% of their shots at home as well. They are trying to navigate through a difficult stretch as they are without point guard Eric Bledsoe who was lost in early January with a knee problem. There is no return date available.

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