Houston Rockets versus Golden St Warriors NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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Two Western conference powers meet on Wednesday December 10th as the red hot Golden St Warriors will play host to the Houston Rockets. The Rockets and Warriors will get things started from Golden St at 10:30PM Eastern Time and NBA League Pass Channel has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering in at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Golden St Warriors the -9 ½ point favorite with an over under line set at 204 ½ points. Those betting on Golden St on the money line will lay -500 odds with the return on the road underdog Houston Rockets at +400 odds on the money line.

The Golden St Warriors enter play with a league best record of 18-2 on the season. They have been fantastic on both ends of the court as the club connects on 48% from the floor ranking second in the league and give up just 41% shooting to their opponents, which is best defensively in pro basketball. All Star point guard Stephen Curry leads the Warriors in scoring with 23 a game and assists as he dishes out nearly 8 a game. Curry is hitting on nearly 49% from the field along with 39% from the three point line. Golden St has racked up 13 straight wins as they return off a two game road trip that resulted in victories at Minnesota by 16 points and a 10 point win at Chicago. There are some injury concerns for the Warriors as David Lee is out with a hamstring problem and Andew Bogut is listed as questionable with a knee problem that forced him to leave the court in the win at Minnesota. Houston enters play with a mark of 16-4. They are riding a four game win streak after a five point home victory to Phoenix on Saturday night. They have some major injury concerns. Center Dwight Howard is out with a knee problem as is defensive stalwart Francisco Garcia out with a leg injury. James Harden is dealing with a back ailment and has been listed as probable.

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