Brooklyn Nets vs Golden State Warriors Prediction, 1/29/2022 NBA Picks, Best Bets & Odds
Game: Brooklyn Nets vs Golden State Warriors
Date: Saturday, January 29, 2022
Location: Chase Center in San Francisco, CA
The Golden State Warriors (36-13) will go up against the Brooklyn Nets (29-19) at Chase Center on Saturday.
The Nets faced the Nuggets and took a loss by a score of 124-118 in their last contest. Brooklyn ended the contest having earned a 48.9% FG percentage (43 of 88) and knocked down 12 of 29 three-point attempts. At the charity stripe, the Nets knocked down 20 of 26 shots for a percentage of 76.9%. With regard to hauling in boards, they compiled 38 with 6 of them being offensive. They also dished out 26 assists in this game as well as creating 2 turnovers and having 6 steals. In relation to defense, Brooklyn allowed the other team to go 47.2% from the field on 42 out of 89 shooting. Denver earned 48 dimes and had 27 steals for the contest. Furthermore, Denver grabbed 36 rebounds (12 offensive, 24 defensive) and added 3 blocked shots. Denver finished the contest at 92.6% when shooting free throws by making 25 of their 27 tries. They also made 15 of their 36 shots from distance. Regarding personal fouls, the Nets walked away with 25 and the Nuggets finished the game with 13 personal fouls.
Patty Mills is one guy who was important in this matchup. Mills finished 50.0% from the field and dished out 6 assists. He was on the court for 32 minutes played and also totaled 3 rebounds. He totaled 21 points on 6 out of 12 shooting.
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Brooklyn will play this contest with a win-loss record of 29-19 on the campaign. They lose possession by turning the ball over 14.3 times per contest and as a basketball team are committing 20.0 fouls every game. As a unit, Brooklyn is grabbing 45.4 rebounds per game and has accounted for 1,225 dimes this year, which is 9th in the league in terms of passing. The Nets are hitting 35.1% on 3-point shots (531 of 1,512) and 82.2% from the charity stripe. They currently have an average of 112.0 pts per game (4th in the NBA) while going 47.3% from the floor.
On the defensive end, the Nets are able to force 12.9 turnovers on a nightly basis while drawing 19.4 personal fouls. They are giving up 32.9% on shots from downtown and they are 19th in basketball in points per game from their opponents (110.0). The Nets defense is allowing a shooting percentage of 44.1% (1,932 of 4,380) and they surrender 44.3 rebounds per game as a group. They are 5th in the league in giving up assists with 1,111 surrendered on the campaign.
In their last game, the Warriors got the victory with a final of 124-115 against the Timberwolves. When discussing rebounding, Golden State permitted Minnesota to collect 31 in all (10 offensive). They wrapped up this game 22.7% from distance by connecting on 10 out of 44 and finished the contest at 21 out of 27 from the free throw line (77.8%). The Warriors permitted the Timberwolves to bury 42 of their 95 tries from the floor which had them at 44.2% in this matchup. When this game wrapped up, the Warriors finished shooting 44 out of 82 from the field which had them at 53.7%. Pertaining to shooting from beyond the arc, Golden State converted 21 out of their 36 attempts (58.3%). They were able to convert 15 of them for a rate of 71.4%. The Timberwolves were called for 9 personal fouls for the game which got the Warriors to the charity stripe for 21 attempts. They also coughed up the ball 18 times, while getting 8 steals in this matchup. The Warriors pulled down 36 defensive boards and 10 offensive boards for a total of 46 for the matchup.
Stephen Curry was important for the Warriors for the game. Curry had 29 points in his 38 minutes on the court and had 6 dimes for this contest. He knocked down 10 out of 20 in this matchup for a field goal rate of 50.0%, and had 8 rebounds.
Golden State has a record of 36-13 for the year. The Warriors commit 20.2 fouls per contest and they hit 75.7% from the free throw line. Their rate of dishing out assists is at 27.6 times per contest (2nd in the league) and they turn the ball over 15.7 times per game. Golden State has accounted for 5,398 points for the season (110.2 per contest) and they average 46.5 boards per contest. In terms of offensive execution, the Warriors are shooting 46.6% from the floor, which has them ranked 8th in basketball.
The Golden State defense surrenders 32.5% on 3-point attempts (577 of 1,777) and their opponents are converting on 75.3% of their shots from the free throw line. They allow 21.8 dimes and 42.6 total rebounds per game, which is ranked 2nd and 3rd in the league. The Warriors defensively are ranked 1st in the NBA in points allowed per contest with 101.9. They have forced 15.2 turnovers per game and have allowed teams to shoot 42.5% from the field (1st in basketball).
Who will win tonight's NBA game against the spread?
Tony Sink's Pick: Take Brooklyn
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