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Celtics vs. Warriors Betting Preview - November 15, 2019

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Nov/15/2019

The Warriors are in unfamiar territory at 2-10 Straight Up (4-8 Against The Spread).  Boston comes into this game with a single loss.  The Celtics are a -8 road favorite.

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ABOUT THE CELTICS (9-1): Boston lost swingman Gordon Hayward for six weeks with a broken hand but hasn't seemed to miss a beat offensively as guards Jaylen Brown, Marcus Smart and Kemba Walker are stepping up. Brown is averaging 25.7 points over the last three games while Smart is 12-of-21 from the field in two games since taking over Hayward's spot in the starting lineup. Walker, who leads the team in scoring at an average of 25 points, is 14-of-26 from 3-point range over the last two contests and knocked down multiple 3-pointers in each of the last nine games.

The Celtics are 6-0 Against The Spread in the last 6 meetings in Golden State.

ABOUT THE WARRIORS (2-10): Golden State has two healthy All-Stars in point guard D'Angelo Russell and forward Draymond Green but is still missing key pieces like Stephen Curry (hand), Klay Thompson (knee) and Kevon Looney (hamstring) along with role players like Jacob Evans (adductor) and Damion Lee (hand). Russell is doing his best to shoulder the scoring load and is averaging 34 points over the last four games. Rookie forward Eric Paschall is stepping up as the best of a young group and is putting up 18.8 points over his last six contests.

The UNDER is 12-2 in the last 14 meetings with the total being 225.5.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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