Utah Jazz vs Golden State Warriors Prediction, 5/10/2021 NBA Pick, Tips and Odds
Game: Utah Jazz vs Golden State Warriors
Date: Monday, May 10, 2021
Location: Chase Center in San Francisco, CA
TV: NBC Sports Bay Area
The Utah Jazz (48-18) are headed to Chase Center on Monday where they'll take on the Golden State Warriors (34-33).
The Utah Jazz faced the San Antonio Spurs and earned the victory with a final of 126-94 in their last contest. Utah walked away from the contest having earned a 55.7% field goal percentage (49 of 88) and made 18 out of their 41 shots from downtown. When they shot from the free throw line, the Jazz converted 10 of 14 tries for a rate of 71.4%. Concerning rebounding, they earned 53 with 7 of them being offensive. They also distributed 24 assists in this game as well as forcing 7 turnovers and earning 5 steals. When it comes to defense, Utah let their opponent shoot 40.2% from the field on 37 out of 92 shooting. San Antonio earned 22 assists and had 7 steals for the game. On top of that, San Antonio had 35 boards (9 offensive, 26 defensive) and had 2 rejections. San Antonio ended up shooting 65.0% when shooting free throws by converting 13 of 20 shots. They also buried 7 of 23 attempts from distance.
Bojan Bogdanovic is one player who had an impact in the matchup. He racked up 24 points on 10 out of 13 shooting. He played for 25:36 mins played and also collected 2 rebounds. Bogdanovic went 76.9% from the field but didn't record an assist. One more player that was a contributor in the game for the Jazz was Joe Ingles. He collected 5 rebounds in 25:24 minutes on the basketball court. He ended up shooting 45.5% from the floor in this matchup by hitting 5-of-11 (14 points). When this game wrapped up, Ingles had 7 assists.
Utah heads into this one with a record of 48-18 this season. They lose possession by turning the ball over 14.2 times per contest and as a group they are committing 18.6 fouls per game. As a unit, Utah is collecting 48.2 boards per game and has earned 1,568 dimes for the season, which is 22nd in the league in terms of passing the rock. The Jazz are hitting 39.0% on 3-pointers (1,113 of 2,852) and 79.5% from the charity stripe. They currently have an average of 116.5 pts per game (3rd in basketball) while shooting 46.9% from the floor. On the defensive end of the court, the Jazz are able to force 11.5 turnovers every game and they draw 19.0 fouls. They are 1st in basketball in allowing assists to their opponents with 1,468 conceded for the season. The Jazz are giving up a field goal percentage of 44.6% (756 of 1,254) and they relinquish 42.8 rebounds per contest as a squad. They give up 33.9% on three-point shots while they are 3rd in the league in PPG allowed (107.0).
When they last played, the Golden State Warriors went home victorious with a score of 118-97 when they faced the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Warriors earned 42 defensive rebounds and 7 offensive rebounds for a total of 49 in this contest. They also coughed it up 13 times, while recording 4 steals in the matchup. The Thunder were called for 19 personal fouls in the matchup which took the Warriors to the free throw line for 18 tries. They were able to bury 15 of the free throw attempts for a rate of 83.3%. In terms of shooting from 3-point land, Golden State buried 19 out of their 47 attempts (40.4%). In all, the Warriors finished the game shooting 42 for 86 from the field which gave them a rate of 48.8%. The Warriors allowed the Thunder to bury 36 of their 88 tries from the floor which gave them a rate of 40.9% for this game. They went 23.1% from beyond the perimeter via 9 out of 39 and finished the contest at 16 out of 20 at the free throw line (80.0%). In regard to cleaning the glass, Golden State permitted Oklahoma City to grab 39 in total (5 on the offensive side).
Stephen Curry ended up being a factor for the Warriors for the game. He converted 11 out of 21 in the game for a field goal rate of 52.4%, and earned 4 rebounds. Curry had 34 points in his 31:21 mins on the hardwood and had 7 dimes in this matchup. One more player that was important for Golden State was Andrew Wiggins. He ended up finishing with 4 dimes in 32:16 mins on the court, and he knocked down 7 of 18 from the floor. Wiggins finished going 38.9% from the floor as well as totaling 18 points and 7 rebounds.
Golden State has a record of 34-33 this year. On the offensive side of the ball, the Warriors are connecting on 46.6% from the floor, which ranks 17th in the league. Golden State has 7,572 points on the campaign (113.0 per game) and they grab 43.0 rebounds per game. They are earning an assist 27.6 times per contest (1st in basketball) and they are turning it over 15.1 times per game. The Warriors have committed 21.3 fouls every game and they go 77.9% from the charity stripe. The Warriors defensively are ranked 20th in the NBA in PPG given up with 112.8. They have forced 15.3 turnovers per game and have allowed teams to shoot 45.2% from the floor (3rd in basketball). The Golden State defense allows 36.2% on three-point shots (836 of 2,311) and opponents are making 77.8% of their foul shots. They concede 23.9 dimes and 47.6 rebounds per contest, which has them ranked 7th and 28th in the league.
Who will win tonight's NBA game against the spread?
Tony Sink's Pick: Take Utah
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