On March 29, 2020, at 9:00 pm ET Phoenix Suns in their home arena Talking Stick Resort Arena Phoenix Arizona carries Golden State Warriors. Both teams are representatives of one Western Conference and one Pacific Division.
Golden State Warriors
Currently, Golden State Warriors is outside the playoff zone in the Western conference with 15 34.0 games behind. The Pacific Division Golden State occupy the 5 position. Wards Steve Kerr has to his credit 12 wins and 47 losses. Warriors of the last 10 games won 2. At the same time, the team lost the last 8 matches in a row. The guys are not too confident carried away / road games: 5 wins and 24 defeats in a season. As part of the game Pacific Division team, led by Steve Kerr won 1 match out of 11. On average, according to statistics of the current season, the regular season, Golden State Warriors throws 7 goals and misses 115.1.
At this time Phoenix Suns is outside the playoff zone in the Western conference with 13 22.5 games behind. The Pacific Division Phoenix took the 4th position. Wards Monty Williams has to his credit 24 wins and 36 losses. From the last 10 games won 4 Suns. At the same time, the team lost the last 2 matches in a row. According to statistics home matches this season, the team won 11 and lost 20 matches. As part of the game Pacific Division team, led by Monty Williams has won five matches out of 13. On average, according to statistics of the current season of the regular season Phoenix Suns throws 11 balls and misses 113.3.
- Golden State Warriors: Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Andrew Wiggins, Jordan Poole, Ky Bowman
- Phoenix Suns: Aron Baynes, Frank Kaminsky, Kelly Oubre Jr., Deandre Ayton, Cameron Johnson
Betting Tips Statistic
Golden State Warriors has an average of 105.6 points per game, of which 33.4% are three-point
Golden State Warriors has 12 wins against 47 losses
Golden State Warriors has 5th place in its conference
Golden State Warriors vs Phoenix Suns Prediction
These two squads have already met three times this season with the Suns leading the series by 2-1 after beating the Warriors by 112-106 back on Feb 12. The Warriors haven’t improved since the last meeting as they’re now without D’Angelo Russell, while the Suns showed some signs of life before dropping their last two games. The Warriors are 5-1 ATS in the last six meetings in Phoenix, but they’ve just been ice-cold lately, so this looks like a good a spot as any for the Suns to get back into the win column.