Warriors trying to tie series

After losing Game 1 versus the Sacramento Kings, Golden State wants to even the matchup tonight

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Continuing with our coverage of the NBA playoffs, we have the second and last game of the night. The Golden State Warriors last the series opener and are trying to tie things tonight. Meanwhile, the Sacramento Kings want to take advantage of the home factor by opening 2-0 before having to play two games in San Francisco.

The first game of this matchup, on Saturday, was probably the best in the First Round of the playoffs so far. We had 249 points during the 126-123 Kings win. Now in Game 2, the Golden State Warriors want to even things and get the advantage playing at home.

De’Aaron Fox and Malik Monk combined for 70 points (38 and 32, respectively) in Game 1 and want to repeat the fact tonight. The game was completely levelled and Sacramento won in the details. And just like Fox and Monk, Stephen Curry also had 30+ points.

Injury Report

The Sacramento Kings have only one problem for the playoffs, and it is an old one. Matthew Dellavedova remains out of combat with a hand injury. On the Golden State Warriors side, the list of problems is bigger. Jordan Poole (ankle) is questionable for tonight’s game, as well as Ty Jerome (illness). And Andre Iguodala, an old problem, remains out.


In this that is maybe the most balanced matchup of this round, the favourites are always switching. The Kings were favoured last game but are the underdogs tonight, by 2 points. And the over/under, based on the last game, is extremely high, set at 239.5 points.

Draymond Green almost have an unusual double-double in the first game as he finished with nine rebounds and 11 assists. The odds of him having a double-double tonight are at 3.65. Another interesting line is De’Aron Fox to record over 37.5 points, assists and rebounds combined in the game. In the first match, this line happened only with his 38 points. Check out the best predictions for tonight with a high-odd-just-for-fun pick in the end.

  • SAC Kings +2.0 (1.90)
  • Under 239.5 (1.90)
  • Draymond Green has a double-double (3.65)
  • De’Aaron Fox has over 37.5 points, rebounds and assists combined (1.83)
  • Domantas Sabonis has a triple-double (7.50)
  • Kevon Looney under 9.5 rebounds (2.05)
  • GS Warriors under 120.5 points (1.86)
  • Domantas Sabonis 13+ assists (18.00)

Game Details

  • Venue: Golden 1 Center, Sacramento
  • Time: 10:00 PM (ET)
  • Broadcast: TNT