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The Golden State Warriors (11-10) travel to meet the Dallas Mavericks (9-13) Thursday at American Airlines Center for a 7:30 p.m. ET tip-off. Below, we analyze the Warriors-Mavericks NBA odds and lines, with picks and predictions.
Warriors at Mavericks: Odds, spread and lines
- Money line : Warriors +145 (bet $100 to win $145) | Mavericks -175 (bet $175 to win $100)
- Against the spread/ATS : Warriors +3.5 (-105) | Mavericks -3.5 (-115)
- Over/Under : 224.5 (O: -110 | U: -110)
Warriors at Mavericks: Key injuries
- PF Marquese Chriss (leg) out
- C/PF Kevon Looney (ankle) out
- PF Alen Smailagic (knee) out
- SG Klay Thompson (Achilles) out
- C James Weisman (wrist) out
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Warriors at Mavericks: Odds, lines, predictions and picks
Mavericks 119, Warriors 115
Money line (ML)
The MAVERICKS (-175) snapped back on track with a 122-116 win in Atlanta Wednesday, and now they have the quick turnaround to face the Warriors. The Mavs should build upon Wednesday’s win and return home for another victory. Playing the money line is much more attractive, as this should be a super close game.
Against the spread (ATS)
This game should come down to one possession, and the books expect it to be close. Backing the MAVERICKS -3.5 (-115) with a small-unit play is the lean, but I’d rather just play the home side on the money line. Dallas is 7-0 ATS across the past seven in this series, and 4-0 ATS in the past four on its home floor against the Dubs.
Play the OVER 224.5 (-110) as these teams usually put on an offensive show. The Over is 7-2 in the past nine meetings, including 5-0 in the past five in Dallas. Look for plenty of points in this one.
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