Golden St Warriors vs. LA Lakers Pick Prediction NBA Pro Basketball Point Spread Over Under Money Line Betting Odds Preview 1-5-2016

| January 4, 2016

The Golden St Warriors are off to the road to meet the LA Lakers in an NBA pro basketball game set for Tuesday January 5th.

WARRIORS VS LAKERS
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Start Time: 10:30PM ET

Location: Los Angeles

TV: NBA TV

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Notes: Golden St is 32-2 on the campaign with the 111-101 home victory on Monday to the Charlotte Hornets as a -12 point betting favorite. The total went under 213 points. Warriors shot 51.7% from the floor and made 15 of 34 from three. Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson had 30 points each. Another triple double for Draymond Green who scored 13 points, dished 10 assists and grabbed 15 rebounds.

LA Lakers are 8-27 with the 97-77 home victory on Sunday to the Phoenix Suns as a +1 point wagering underdog. The game ended at under 208 ½ points. Lakers shot 45.2% from the floor and made 8 of 22 three pointers. Louis Williams had 30 points and seven boards on 11 of 17 shooting. They had nine more rebounds than the Suns and held Phoenix to 36% shooting.

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