Utah Jazz vs Golden State Warriors Predictions, Betting Odds, Picks, Moneyline
- Despite Donovan Mitchell and Mike Conley out with injury, the Utah Jazz have rattled off five straight victories.
- The Warriors have won four of their last five, off the back of some tremendous performances by Stephen Curry!
- The Warriors and Jazz have split the season series so far.
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Utah Jazz vs Golden State Warriors Odds
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|Team||Point Spread||Total||Money Line|
|Utah Jazz||-2.5 (-112) |
|Golden State Warriors||+2.5 (-109) |
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Utah Jazz vs Golden State Warriors Predictions and Picks
While Stephen Curry has carried the Warriors through this season, the Jazz have chosen to focus on their defensive effort as of late. Even without their key contributors, the Jazz are in the form to come out the victor.
Utah Jazz def. Golden State Warriors (-137)
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How to Watch Utah Jazz vs Golden State Warriors
|Utah Jazz vs Golden State Warriors Information|
|Teams||Utah Jazz vs Golden State Warriors|
|Location||Chase Center, San Francisco, California|
|Time||10:00 PM EST, May 10th, 2021|
|How to Watch||NBATV|
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Head-to-Head: Utah Jazz vs Golden State Warriors
|Utah Jazz||Head-to-Head||Golden State Warriors|
|Quin Snyder||Head Coach||Steve Kerr|
|50-18 (1st in West)||Standing||35-33 (8th in West)|
|117.8 (3rd of 30)||Off Rtg||110.5 (22nd of 30)|
|108.3 (3rd of 30)||Def Rtg||109.8 (5th of 30)|
|98.7 (17th of 30)||Pace||102.4 (2nd of 30)|
Leaders (Per Game)
|D. Mitchell (26.4)||PPG||S. Curry (31.9)|
|R. Gobert (13.3)||RPG||D. Green (7.1)|
|M. Conley (6.0)||APG||D. Green (8.8)|
|M. Conley (1.4)||SPG||D. Green (1.6)|
|R. Gobert (2.8)||BPG||A. Wiggins (1.0)|
|R. Gobert (.675)/D. Mitchell (9.0)||FG%/FGM||J. Toscano-Anderson (.583)/S. Curry (10.4)|
|E. Ilyasova (.474)/D. Mitchell (3.4)||3P%/3PM||S. Curry (.429)/S. Curry (5.4)|
UTA: Control Possessions
The Utah Jazz have been brilliant over their last give games, showing that they aren’t helpless without Conley and Mitchell in the lineup.
A big reason for their success is how they control possessions. Defensively, the Jazz are usually solid. But over their last five the Jazz have dominated the glass by an average of 47.8 to 37.8. By closing out defensive possessions, the Jazz don’t allow many extra opportunities.
The Warriors are a better team than they look on paper, but the Jazz still need to find a way to slow down Steph Curry. In the scoring department, Utah should compete just fine.
Jazz Key Player: (F) Joe Ingles
Joe Ingles Fake Pass Finish is still my favorite thing. pic.twitter.com/scTYn645Xu
— Half Court Hoops (@HalfCourtHoops) May 6, 2021
While the Australian is usually known for his sharpshooting and defensive prowess, Joe Ingles has filled in as pseudo-point guard for the Jazz quite well.
In his last game against the Rockets, Ingles was a +9 while contributing 14 points, seven assists, and six rebounds.
Ingles’ willingness to distribute the ball is more than welcome. Without a true point guard available to them, Ingles’ playmaking is the catalyst to most Utah possessions.
GSW: Ball Movement
At this point in the season, the entire NBA knows what the Warriors’ game plan is. They look to find Stephen Curry for good opportunities, which has allowed the lesser players in the Warriors gameplan to relax and thrive.
While Curry posted 49 points in the Warriors’ last game against the OKC Thunder, the Warriors also had four other players score in double-digits.
Golden State had 31 assists on 47 made field goals in their last game. To overcome the gritty Utah defence, the Warriors will need similar unselfishness on the offensive end of the court.
Warriors Key Player: (G) Stephen Curry
ELEVEN THREES for Stephen Curry!
— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) May 9, 2021
Where else is there to look on the Golden State Warriors? In a season where Stephen Curry was meant to be exposed, he’s instead been solidified as one of the greatest point guards to ever set foot in the NBA.
In his last game against the OKC Thunder, Curry posted 49 points, five rebounds, and two assists. He knocked down 11 three-pointers and converted on all ten of his free throw attempts.
Curry can get his shot whenever he wants, but it will be up to him to decide on the quality of the said shot. With little room for error, Curry’s offensive success is directly tied to the Warriors’ ability to win.
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