Pelicans vs. Warriors Betting Line, DFS Picks – Game 2 NBA Playoffs

Written by:
Tyrone Black
Published on:
Apr/20/2015
Pelicans vs. Warriors Betting Line, DFS Picks – Game 2 NBA Playoffs

Gambling911.com has your Pelicans vs. Warriors betting line and DFS picks for Game 2 of the NBA Playoffs.

Golden State beat New Orleans in Game 2 but the last four meetings between these teams have ended in scores where the Pelicans would have covered the current spread.  For the record, the Warriors are 9-1 in the last 10 head-to-heads.

The Pelicans are 1-5 ATS in their last 6 road games.

On the daily fantasy front, there are a few hot plays for this evening and throughout the series.

Anthony Davis (New Orleans) - $10.9K – Even with his high price, Davis can make value and did in Game 1.  Davis went well over 55 fantasy points in that one.  He will do it again tonight with Tyreke Evans likely out of the lineup. 

Quincy Poindexter (New Orleans) - $4.5K – If you had Poindexter in your fantasy lineup Saturday congrats.  He nearly made value just through scoring 20 points but also tacked on 9 rebounds, 6 assists and 2 steals, propelling him over the 40 fantasy points mark.

Draymond Green (Golden State) - $7.7K – Green flirted with 50 fantasy points in the first game of this series.

Andrew Bogut (Golden State) – $6.3K – Bogut is priced right and he made better than value in Game 1 with 14 rebounds, 5 assists, 2 steals and 2 blocks to go along with 12 points scored. 

Stephen Curry (Golden State) - $10.3K – You’ll probably be more inclined to go with Davis as your high-priced starter but Curry did make value in Game 1 against New Orleans.

 

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