The Warriors' road woes are getting out of hand with 11 straight losses. Their last win came Jan. 30 at Oklahoma City. Every team in the NBA can feel Golden State's lack of confidence on the road and want to beat the defending champs. The Rockets were winning the Victor Wembanyama tank-a-thon but then won three straight games against good teams before losing to the Pelicans on Sunday. The Warriors come in with three straight losses, all on the road. I’m on the Rockets to play well and cover.
Smith only scored eight points against the Pelicans on Sunday, shooting 2-for-10 from the field in the process. He went 0-for-4 from behind the arc, ending his streak of eight straight games with at least one three-pointer. During that eight-game stretch, he averaged 17.6 points. The Warriors have allowed 124.5 points per game on the road and Jae’Sean Tate could sit out for rest, so Smith should have ample opportunities to reach the over.
SportslineAI predicting 127-119 game totaling to 246. Something about the Golden State Warriors on the road mens they stop playing defense. This season the Warriors allow 124.5 PPG on the road. For the full breakdown join the Early Edge in 5 at 4 pm ET.