Golden State Warriors Odds, Betting Guide & Picks for 2019-20
Kevin Durant is gone, Klay Thompson is out until March and both Andre Iguodala and Shaun Livingston have moved on. This is a different Golden State Warriors team, but Steph Curry, Draymond Green and eventually Thompson are as good a trio as there is in the league. The Warriors aren’t going anywhere, even if they’re no longer a dynasty.
Here’s the key odds available and how you should bet them:
Warriors Win-Total Betting
The Line: 47.5 with SugarHouse
The scheduling gods did the Warriors a favor by backloading their schedule, so they’ll be at full-strength when they face their toughest opponents. Plus, asking Curry to do more isn’t a bad thing. He’s in line for a monster season, and the supporting cast should be able to push Golden State to 50 wins.
The Bet: We love the over here.
Warriors Pacific Division Odds
The Line: +550 with DraftKings
It’d be one thing if the Warriors had to simply outplay the Lakers OR the Clippers, but it’s tough to see them being better than BOTH juggernauts in the Pacific.
The Bet: This is one to stay away from. One of the Lakers or Clippers (if not both) will top the Pacific standings.
Warriors Western Conference Odds
The Line: +850 with FanDuel
They’re the kings of the West until someone knocks them off. Curry, Green and Thompson know what it takes to win in the playoffs, and that makes them a threat. Let’s not forget they added D’Angelo Russell, too.
The Bet: These are terrific odds for a team that does nothing but win in April and May.
Warriors NBA Title Odds
The Line: +1400 with 888sport
Anyone want to bet against Curry? The Warriors won a title before Durant showed up, and Russell could flourish in Steve Kerr’s up-tempo offense. The supporting cast pieces of Kevon Looney, Alec Burks and Alfonzo McKinnie should contribute in larger roles.
The Bet: These are excellent odds for a team that still has All-Stars and All-Pros in its lineup.
Best Warriors Player Prop Bets
Curry will be doing heavy lifting until Thompson returns, and he posted outstanding numbers in games Durant didn’t play the last three seasons. The Warriors are feeling slighted by the lack of national attention that the LA teams are getting, and Curry could remind everyone who he was before Durant came in.
The Bet: This feels like good value for the best shooter of all-time.