Watch exciting action when The Golden State Warriors play the Houston Rockets
The power of Dwight Howard will be against the hot shooting of Stephen Curry when the Golden State Warriors play the Houston Rockets in tonight’s Pro Basketball Betting action. The Warriors have a record of 11-8 while the Rockets have a record of 13-7.
Golden State Warriors vs. Houston Rockets Overview
The Rockets will be without the services of Omer Asik, Jeremy Lin and Chandler Parsons while the Warriors are going to be without Andre Iguodala. James Harden is looking to bounce back from a horrible shooting night in the Rockets’ last game against the Suns, which was a loss. Harden missed all 10 of his 3-point attempts and it was a long night for him. The Rockets currently lead the NBA in points per game with 108.1 with seven players averaging at least 9.5 points per game but depth has been cut into that team.
Pro Basketball Wagering Lines
The lines from The US Sportsbooks that allow mobile phone betting opened up with The Houston Rockets listed as the -6.5 favorites. The Over/Under Bettors were seeing a total of 217. As we look at the live NBA Betting lines courtesy of the Best Pro Basketball Live Betting Sites For US Players we do not see any changes in the spread or total.
The Warriors have the best 3-point starting backcourt in the league with a 43.7 shooting percentage for Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson. Coach Mark Jackson is going to let the Warriors push the tempo like they always do. The Warriors actually have a 2 game winning streak intact after they rallied from a 27-point deficit to top the Raptors in their last game. They are going to face a playoff team in the Rockets in this game though so they are going to really be tested. Feel Free to browse around our site for the Live NBA Betting Lines, the best basketball bonuses, and the 2014 NBA futures.
The Rockets have won 17 of their last 20 meetings with the Warriors but they have a different team this year with Dwight Howard manning the middle. Dwight Howard failed to block a shot in the last 4 games for the first time in his career though so he is struggling defensively. James Harden admits a foot injury is still bothering him but the Rockets are going to need a better play from him if they hope to avoid a 3 game losing streak when the Warriors come to town. Rockets coach Kevin McHale does not seem to care about the recent injuries to players as he thinks that when his player’s number is called then he has to be ready to step up and play. Andrew Bogut is going to have his hands full trying to contain Dwight Howard in this game just like Patrick Beverley is going to have his hands full trying to contain Stephen Curry. This is going to be one exciting game between two teams that are expected to make the playoffs. Will the Warriors take advantage of Houston’s injuries and pull out a win at the Toyota Center?