Bet the Warriors vs. Rockets Game Online November 15: Sharps Loving Golden State

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Tyrone Black
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Bet the Warriors vs. Rockets game, featuring a line of Rockets -3.5.  Action at many of the recreational books had Houston seeing upwards of 80% of the action even at that number. 


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Team Odds
Golden State Warriors 10/17
Boston Celtics 9/1
Toronto Raptors 10/1
Houston Rockets 14/1
Los Angeles Lakers 14/1
Philadelphia 76ers 14/1
Milwaukee Bucks 20/1
Oklahoma City Thunder 33/1
San Antonio Spurs 33/1
Denver Nuggets 40/1
New Orleans Pelicans 40/1

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All-Star Draymond Green said on Thursday he believes the Golden State Warriors will only be stronger following his emotional exchanges with teammate Kevin Durant following Monday night's loss to the LA Clippers.  There were spats during the game as well.

"Kevin and I spoke. We're moving forward," Green said. "I think there's no secret that I am an emotional player. I wear my emotions on my sleeve. I play with that same emotion. Sometimes it gets the best of me and it doesn't work to my favor.

"I am going to live with that. Because It works in my favor to the good, as my resume speaks, and this team's resume speaks, more so than it doesn't. So I am never going to change who I am. I am going to approach the game the same way that I always do. And like I said, we will continue to move forward."

This incident has likely resulted in some heavy public backing of the Rockets, though the sharps are loving Golden State.

Golden State has won the last two in this series.  Using the current +3.5 spread, the Warriors have covered against Houston in four of their last five meetings. 

The Warriors are 11-5 ATS in the last 16 meetings in Houston.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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