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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

NBA : Will Spurs, Warriors Play Full Teams on Wednesday?

Two teams known for resting key players, the Golden State Warriors (59-14) and the San Antonio Spurs (56-16), meet Wednesday at 9:30 PM ET in San Antonio. Hopefully, the stars will come out to play.

After a three-game slump earlier this month, the Warriors went on to win seven-straight games. Now they’re hitting the road for a brief Texas trip. Golden State’s efficiency is mind-boggling. They’re shooting 49% from the field as a team, 38% from three-point land and 79% from the free-throw line, averaging around 116 points. That’s tops in the league.

The Spurs aren’t too bad themselves. They’re 47% from the field, 39% from the foul line and 80% from the charity stripe. They’re also second in points allowed at 98 per game, making them just one of two teams with an average under 100 points (along with the Utah Jazz).
San Antonio is 6-4 SU and ATS in their last 10 meetings against the Warriors, who fell 129-100 when they hosted the Spurs in the season-opener. On March 11, The Spurs hosted the Warriors and won 107-85 in a game where both teams rested their stars.

NBA : Will Spurs, Warriors Play Full Teams on Wednesday?

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The San Antonio Spurs (56-16) won two games against the Golden State Warriors (59-14) this season, and they’ll aim to make it three when they host the Warriors on Wednesday. Tip-off is at 9:30 PM ET.

The Spurs thumped the Warriors 129-100 in Golden State in the season-opener, but the game that got most attention was their March meeting. Both teams rested their main players, which caused a lot of displeasure among the fans. At least the Spurs’ fans were compensated with a 107-85 victory.

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