The San Antonio Spurs (1-4) will be at home in game six of the First Round of the Western Conference Playoffs when they challenge the Golden State Warriors (4-1). The game will air on Fox Sports – Southwest at 9:30 p.m. ET on Thursday, April 26, 2018.
Golden State Warriors vs. San Antonio Spurs Betting Odds
In game five, Green led the Warriors to a 99-91 victory. He registered a double-double with 17 points and 19 rebounds. The Warriors’ turnover percentage was their largest advantage over the Spurs. Golden State had a rate of 9.6, while San Antonio posted a mark of 12.0.
San Antonio could put on a ball-control clinic in this matchup. San Antonio ranks fifth in the league at avoiding errors (turnover percentage of 13.0 percent), while Golden State forces the seventh-fewest turnovers (13.0 percent). Moreover, the Warriors rank second in offensive efficiency (112.7), while the Spurs rank fourth in defensive efficiency (103.5).
Golden State Warriors at San Antonio Spurs Pick
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- The Warriors rank first in blocks per game (7.3) while the Spurs rank fifth (5.5).
- Golden State ranks first in fast break points per game (19.0) while San Antonio ranks 23rd (10.1).
- The Spurs rank 12th in steals allowed per game (7.5) while the Warriors rank last (8.7).
- Golden State ranks first in assists per game (29.1) while San Antonio ranks 19th (22.6).
- Golden State ranks fifth in rebounds allowed per game (42.2) while San Antonio ranks 13th (42.8).
- The Spurs rank ninth in second chance points per game (13.1) while the Warriors rank 29th (10.3).
- The Warriors rank 17th in three pointers attempted per game (28.9) while the Spurs rank 27th (24.3).
- San Antonio ranks seventh in points off turnovers allowed per game (15.0) while Golden State ranks 26th (18.4).
- Golden State is 18-5 when they allow less than 100 points, while San Antonio is 33-11.
- When scoring above 100 points, the Spurs are 37-15 and the Warriors are 58-15.
- During their last five games, the Warriors have scored an average of 105.6 points per game (7.4 below their season average) and allowed an average of 96.8 points per game (10.1 below their season average).
- The Spurs have been outscored by an average of 8.8 points in their last five games. On the season, San Antonio has defeated opponents by an average of 2.2 points.