Warriors vs. Hawks Prediction ATS
Golden State Warriors (48-25 SU, 36-33-4 ATS) vs. Atlanta Hawks (36-37 SU, 30-43-0 ATS)
When: Friday March 25 2022, 07:30 PM (ET)
Where: State Farm Arena, Atlanta, Georgia
Point Spread: GSW +2.5/ATL -2.5 (Opened ATL -2 at BetNow – Get a bonus up to 1K!)
Total: 220 (Opened at 220)
Money Line: Golden State Warriors 115/Atlanta Hawks -137
Power Rating: GSW -2
Probable Starting Lineups
Golden State Warriors PG Jordan Poole, SG Klay Thompson Off Inj, SF Andrew Wiggins, PF Draymond Green Off Inj, C Kevon Looney
Atlanta Hawks PG Trae Young, SG Kevin Huerter, SF De’Andre Hunter, PF Danilo Gallinari Off Inj, C Clint Capela
Golden State Warriors
Andre Iguodala: Back (OUT)
James Wiseman: Knee (OUT)
Stephen Curry: Foot (OUT)
Danilo Gallinari: Achilles (PROBABLE)
Lou Williams: Personal (PROBABLE)
Skylar Mays: Illness (PROBABLE)
John Collins: Foot (OUT)
The Atlanta Hawks host the Golden State Warriors in a Non-Conference matchup. Tip-off is set for 07:30 PM ET at the State Farm Arena.
The Golden State Warriors come into this game with an overall record of 48-25, placing them 3rd in the Western Conference. So far, Golden State is above .500 on the road, holding a record of 19-16. Over the Warriors’ last five games, they have picked up just 2 wins. In this stretch, Golden State’s offense is scoring right in line with their season average, putting up 106.0 points per game. Combined, the Warriors’ last five opponents are giving up 109.0 points per contest. In this recent cold stretch, the Warriors are allowing an average of 106.0 points per game, similar to their usual rate of 105.0. In the Golden State Warriors’ most recent game, Golden State took down Miami by a score of 118-104
The Atlanta Hawks come into this game with an overall record of 36-37, placing them 10nd in the Eastern Conference. So far, Atlanta is above .500 at home, holding a record of 23-14. Over the Hawks’ last five games, they have picked up just 2 wins. In this stretch, Atlanta’s offense is scoring right in line with their season average, putting up 111.0 points per game. Combined, the Hawks’ last five opponents are giving up 111.0 points per contest. In this recent cold stretch, the Hawks are allowing an average of 114.0 points per game, similar to their usual rate of 112.2. In the Atlanta Hawks’ most recent game, the team fell to Detroit by a score of 122-101.
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Individual Player Analysis
As Golden State travels to take on the Atlanta Hawks, the team will look once again to Klay Thompson as their primary scorer. Against the Hawks, Thompson will need to be on top of his game as Atlanta is allowing their opponent’s top scorer to surpass their average in 46.0% of their games, placing them in the top 10. On the other side, Trae Young leads the Hawks in scoring, averaging 28 points across his 65 games. Throughout the season, Young has outscored his season average in 48.0% of his outings. However, if he hopes to add to this total, Young will need to do so against a Warriors defense that has been tough on their opponent’s top scorers. So far, leading scores have surpassed their season average at a rate of just 46.43%. This figure is good for a rank of 10th in the league.
The Hawks come into this game as the more efficient offensive team, averaging 112 points per 100 possessions. When playing as the superior offensive unit, Atlanta is winning at a rate of 63%. These wins are coming by an average margin of 13.0 points. On the other side, the Warriors hold the advantage on the defensive end of the floor. So far, they have played 32 games as the better defensive team, picking up 17 wins.
Heading into today’s matchup, the Golden State Warriors and Atlanta Hawks have met up for 1 game. Golden State took game one by a score of 127-113.
How the Public is Betting the Warriors vs Hawks
67% are betting the Warriors against the spread.
52% are wagering on the game to go over the posted total of 220.0
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Betting Trends Worth Noting
- Warriors are 5-0 ATS in their last 5 games overall.
- Warriors are 5-0 ATS in their last 5 when their opponent scores 100 points or more in their previous game.
- Hawks are 7-0 ATS in their last 7 home games vs. a team with a winning road record.
Joe’s Pick to Cover the Spread
Heading into this game, the Golden State Warriors are once again riding some momentum, as they are coming off an impressive win over the Miami Heat. The Warriors were able to take down the Eastern Conference’s top seed, even without several of their key players. On the other side, Atlanta appears to have a play-in tournament birth locked up as they are 5 games ahead of the Knicks for the 10th seed in the East. However, they still have the ability to catch both the Nets and Hornets, who are directly ahead of them in the standings. Given Golden State’s injuries, the Hawks are 2.5 point home favorites. Look for Atlanta to cover the spread. Did you know that you could be wagering on games (sides and totals) at -105 odds instead of -110? This may not sound like much to you, but it is HUGE! Start saving BIG money today by making the switch to BetAnySports! You’ll be so glad you did!
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