Brooklyn Nets vs Golden State Warriors Prediction, 2/13/2021 NBA Pick, Tips and Odds
Game: Brooklyn Nets vs Golden State Warriors
Date: Saturday, February 13, 2021
Location: Chase Center in San Francisco, CA
Odds/Point Spread: Brooklyn (-4)
The Brooklyn Nets (15-12) go to Chase Center on Saturday where they'll take on the Golden State Warriors (14-12). Golden State opens this game as 4-point dogs. The over/under is set at 233.
The Brooklyn Nets took the court against the Indiana Pacers and notched a win by a score of 104-94 in their last game. Brooklyn ended the contest having earned a 42.1% field goal percentage (32 out of 76) and converted 9 of 31 three-point attempts. At the free throw line, the Nets converted 31 of 35 attempts for a percentage of 88.6%. In relation to rebounding, they earned a total of 46 with 9 of them being on the offensive end. They also recorded 20 assists for the matchup as well as getting 2 steals and 5 blocks. In regard to defending, Brooklyn allowed the other team to shoot 39.1% from the field on 36 of 92 shooting. Indiana totaled 26 dimes and had 4 steals for the game. On top of that, the Pacers collected 43 boards (10 offensive, 33 defensive) and had 5 blocked shots. Indiana finished the game at 63.6% at the charity stripe by converting 7 of 11 shots. They converted 15 out of their 38 attempts from beyond the arc.
Kyrie Irving is a guy who was a contributor for this contest. He recorded 35 points on 8 of 17 shooting. He was on the hardwood for 35:25 minutes and collected 4 boards. Irving walked away from this one shooting 47.1% from the floor and also totaled 8 dimes. An additional guy that was a determining factor in the matchup for the Nets was James Harden. He snagged 11 rebounds and accounted for 5 dimes. He ended up going 30.8% from the field in the matchup by connecting on 4-of-13 (19 points). In all, Harden played for 35:35 min.
Brooklyn enters this contest with a mark of 15-12 on the year. They average 120.4 points per outing (2nd in basketball) while connecting on 49.6% from the floor. The Nets are connecting on 39.6% on 3-pointers (390 of 986) and 82.3% from the free throw line. As a team, Brooklyn is snagging 44.4 boards per contest and has racked up 721 dimes for the season, which is 2nd in the league in terms of passing the ball. They are turning it over 15.3 times per contest and as a group are committing 20.0 personal fouls per contest. Defensively, the Nets are able to force 12.4 turnovers on a nightly basis while drawing 19.8 personal fouls. The Nets are giving up and opponent field goal percentage of 46.2% (336 of 535) and they concede 43.5 rebounds per game as a basketball team. They currently rank 28th in the NBA in giving up assists with 676 relinquished for the campaign. They relinquish 36.4% on three-point shots while they are 28th in the league in PPG allowed (117.5).
When they last stepped on the hardwood, the Golden State Warriors walked away with a victory by a final of 111-105 when they played the Orlando Magic. The Warriors were able to pull down 37 defensive rebounds and 9 offensive rebounds totaling 46 in this matchup. They also rejected 6 shots while recording 6 steals for the matchup. The Magic committed 17 fouls in this contest which took the Warriors to the charity stripe for a total of 12 attempts. They were able to knock down 9 of them for a rate of 75.0%. In reference to shots from beyond the arc, Golden State converted 20 out of their 50 attempts (40.0%). When the final whistle blew, the Warriors finished the game shooting 41 out of 88 from the floor which gave them a rate of 46.6%. The Warriors permitted the Magic to convert 38 out of their 97 tries from the field which gave them a shooting percentage of 39.2% in the matchup. They finished 45.5% from three-point range by hitting 15 of 33 and ended up shooting 14 of 18 from the charity stripe (77.8%). In reference to team rebounding, Golden State allowed Orlando to pull down 49 in total (13 on the offensive glass).
Stephen Curry was important for the Warriors for this contest. He converted 14 of 26 in the matchup for a field goal rate of 53.8%, which gave him 40 points. Curry had 8 rebounds in his 37:23 minutes of playing time and tallied 5 dimes for the contest. Someone else who was a determining factor for Golden State was Andrew Wiggins. He ended up with 21 points in his 34:29 minutes on the court by going 8 of 13 from the floor for this game. Wiggins ended the game having shot 61.5% from the field as well as contributing 3 dimes and 7 rebounds.
Golden State has a win-loss record of 14-12 on the year. Golden State has earned 2,959 points this season (113.8 per game) and they pull in 44.2 boards per contest. The Warriors commit 22.7 personal fouls every game and they hit 77.0% from the charity stripe. As an offense, the Warriors are hitting on 46.0% from the floor, which is 16th in the league. They are dishing out assists 27.2 times per contest (3rd in the NBA) and they are turning it over 14.5 times per game. The Warriors defensively are ranked 21st in the league in PPG surrendered with 112.6. They are forcing 15.2 TO's every game and have let teams shoot 43.6% from the field (2nd in the NBA). The Golden State defense concedes 37.1% on 3-point shots (341 of 919) and their opponents are converting on 78.5% of their shots from the free throw line. They relinquish 23.0 assists and 48.4 boards every game, which is ranked 5th and 29th in the league.
So what is Tonights Parlay prediction?
Parlay's Pundit's Pick: Take Golden State (+4) and over 233 points
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