Warriors 4th Straight Loss Good for the Books

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Ean Lamb
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The Golden State Warriors have not only lost four straight games, they have failed to cover the spread in their last six and seven of their last eight overall.

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Odds to win the 2018-19 NBA Finals (6/15/19)
Team Odds
Golden State Warriors 2/3
Boston Celtics 15/2
Toronto Raptors 9/1
Los Angeles Lakers 10/1
Houston Rockets 12/1
Philadelphia 76ers 16/1
Milwaukee Bucks 20/1
Denver Nuggets 33/1
Oklahoma City Thunder 33/1
New Orleans Pelicans 40/1
San Antonio Spurs 40/1
Indiana Pacers 66/1
Portland Trail Blazers 66/1
Utah Jazz 66/1
Brooklyn Nets 100/1
Charlotte Hornets 100/1
Detroit Pistons 100/1
Los Angeles Clippers 100/1
Miami Heat 100/1
Chicago Bulls 150/1
Memphis Grizzlies 150/1
Orlando Magic 150/1
Sacramento Kings 150/1
Washington Wizards 150/1
Dallas Mavericks 250/1
Minnesota Timberwolves 250/1
New York Knicks 250/1
Atlanta Hawks 500/1
Cleveland Cavaliers 500/1
Phoenix Suns 500/1

It is the first time in the Steve Kerr era, the Golden State Warriors have lost four games in a row.  It's the first time the Warriors have dropped four straight since Feb. 26-March 2, 2013, according to ESPN Stats & Information.

The Warriors remain the team to beat in the NBA as a 2/3 favorite to win the 2019 NBA Championship.

"We just aren't scoring the ball well," Warriors forward Kevin Durant said. "It's tough for us to find the rim right now scoring it; 95 points, we don't really want that. We haven't been shooting the ball well, all of us. So we knock down some shots.

"I think our defense was solid to start the game. I think we did a good job on the defensive side of the ball. But after a while, shots don't fall, it leads to other things. They shot 23 more shots than us? That's a way to get beat."

Golden State gets right back to work Friday night hosting a 12-6 Portland team that has beaten them in the last two. 

- Ean Black, Gambling911.com

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