New Orleans Pelicans vs Golden State Warriors Predictions, Betting Odds, Picks, Moneyline

New Orleans Pelicans vs Golden State Warriors

  • The Pelicans are coming off of a blowout loss in their last match.
  • The Warriors are closing out the season strong, winning their last four games!
  • The season series is split between these two teams.

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New Orleans Pelicans vs Golden State Warriors Odds

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New Orleans Pelicans +6 (-112)
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Golden State Warriors -6 (-109)
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TBA -250
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New Orleans Pelicans vs Golden State Warriors Predictions and Picks

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Already eliminated from the NBA Playoffs, the New Orleans Pelicans enter with five key players unavailable for this matchup. The Warriors should have the upper hand, being on an excellent run of form as they close the season.
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New Orleans Pelicans vs Golden State Warriors Information
Teams New Orleans Pelicans vs Golden State Warriors
Location Chase Center, San Francisco, California
Time 9:30 PM EST, May 14th, 2021
How to Watch ESPN

Head-to-Head: New Orleans Pelicans vs Golden State Warriors

New Orleans Pelicans Head-to-Head Golden State Warriors
Stan Van Gundy Head Coach Steve Kerr
31-39 (12th in West) Standing 37-33 (8th in West)
L-L-W-L Form W-W-W-W
113.7 (12th of 30) Off Rtg 110.9 (22nd of 30)
113.8 (21st of 30) Def Rtg 110.1 (5th of 30)
100.0 (9th of 30) Pace 102.2 (2nd of 30)

Leaders (Per Game)

Z. Williamson (27.0) PPG S. Curry (31.8)
S. Adams (8.9) RPG D. Green (7.1)
L. Ball (5.7) APG D. Green (8.9)
L. Ball (1.5) SPG D. Green (1.7)
J. Johnson (1.0) BPG A. Wiggins (1.0)
J. Hayes (.633)/Z. Williamson (10.4) FG%/FGM J. Toscano-Anderson (.585)/S. Curry (10.4)
J. Hayes (.500)/L. Ball (3.1) 3P%/3PM A. Smailagic (.429)/S. Curry (5.3)

GSW: Take Care of the Ball

The Golden State Warriors enter this matchup off the back of an incredible win over the Phoenix Suns. A big reason for their victory was their ball security.

Despite playing a strong defensive team in their last game, the Warriors only committed eight turnovers. They even made up for it though, collecting eight steals and forcing 10 turnovers out of their opponents.

The Pelicans are depleted, but their available players are willing and athletic. Golden State should do their most to not give the Pelicans extra opportunities.

Warriors Key Player: (F) Andrew Wiggins


With Steph Curry having an off night, Canadian international Andrew Wiggins stepped up and had an incredible night to lead the Warriors to victory.

In his last game, Wiggins posted 38 points, seven rebounds, and three assists on 17 of 14 shooting from the field.

Head coach Steve Kerr will be happy that Wiggins is in good form this late in the season. Giving Stephen Curry a break on the offensive end will be more than welcome, if Wiggins is up for it.


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NOP: Who Will Take the Scoring Initiative

It is no secret that the New Orleans Pelicans are missing a number of players. While they worked as a team in their last matchup, Stan Van Gundy is looking for someone to step up and take on the scoring load.

In their last game, a loss to the Dallas Mavericks, the Pelicans had seven different players score in double-digits. Unfortunately, the preferred options didn’t do too well from the field.

Eric Bledsoe and Nickeil Alexander-Walker will be relied upon when they take on the Warriors. But if they continue to struggle with their shot, they’ll have to refocus and create for others.

Pelicans Key Player: (C) Jaxson Hayes


With Steven Adams and Zion Williamson out, Jaxson Hayes was the Pelicans’ presence in the paint in their last match.

In New Orleans’ loss to Dallas, Hayes posted 15 points, six rebounds, a block, and a steal in 21 minutes off the bench.

Hayes won’t be creating his own shot. But with his size and athleticism, Hayes needs to be more efficient from the field than going four of 10 in his last game.

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