Golden State Warriors vs. Indiana Pacers - 1/24/20 NBA Pick, Odds & Prediction

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Indiana Pacers at Golden State Warriors

Friday, January 24, 2020 at 10:30 PM (Chase Center)

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The Indiana Pacers are traveling to the Chase Center in San Francisco, California to face off against the Golden State Warriors. The Indiana Pacers are 29-16 on the year and 12-11 away, following a 25 point win against the Phoenix Suns. The Golden State Warriors are coming into this matchup off of a 33 point loss, dropping them to 10-36 on the year and 7-16 at home.

The Indiana Pacers enter this matchup 109.1 points per game and also allow 106.1 points per game. The Pacers are led by 26 year old, T.J. Warren. Warren is leading the Pacers in scoring, averaging 18.0 points per game. Warren scored 25 points in their last game and will need to do the same if the Pacers want a chance to cover the spread.

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The Golden State Warriors are averaging 105.4 points per game and also allow 113.9 points per game. Warriors are led by 28 year old, Alec Burks. Burks is leading the Warriors in scoring, averaging 16.0 points per game. The Warriors have been horrible this year and will need Burks to keep playing well if they want to grab the points.

Recent Betting Trends

The Indiana Pacers are 24-19-2 ATS this year.

The Pacers are 5-2 ATS their last 7 games.

The Golden State Warriors are 22-23-1 ATS this year.

The Warriors are 1-6 SU their last 7 games.

In this matchup I like the Indiana Pacers to win and cover the spread. The Pacers are a much better team and are also 5-2 ATS their last 5 games. The Warriors have had a horrible year and are terrible at home, going 1-6 their last 7 games at home. Final score prediction, the Indiana Pacers will win and cover the spread 118-93.

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Nate’s Pick Pacers

The pick in this article is the opinion of the writer, not a Sports Chat Place site consensus.