At 3:30 ET on ABC, the Celtics (-556) are hosting the Warriors (+411) in a non-conference matchup. Boston is favored by 10.5 and the over/under is 230.5.

The Celtics (47-12) have won 10 straight and are currently the top team in the Eastern Conference. Golden State (32-27) is 9th in the West and has won three in a row.


The Pick: Boston Celtics -10.5

This game will be played at TD Garden at 3:30 ET on Sunday, March 3rd.


  • We have this one finishing with a projected score of 138-126 in favor of the Celtics.
  • Our projections have Jayson Tatum finishing with Jayson Tatum points, 9 rebounds and 5 assists.
  • From the field, we have the Celtics finishing with a field goal percentage of 48.6% and knocking down 18 threes.

Do the Warriors Stand a Chance on the Road?

The Warriors have won three straight games and are currently 9th in the Western Conference with a record of 32-27. In the Pacific Division, they are in 4th place.

On the road, the Warriors have an average scoring differential of +5.0 points per game. Their ATS record on the road is 20-8, and they have covered the spread in eight straight games on the road.

As the underdog, the Warriors have an ATS record of 14-6 this season. They have covered the spread in two straight games as the underdog. Today, they are getting 10.5 points against the Celtics.

Golden State’s O/U record for the season is 29-29-1, and the under has hit in six straight games. This year, their games have averaged 235.9 points per game.

In their last game, the Warriors beat the Raptors by a score of 120-105. The O/U line for that game was 237.5, and Golden State covered the spread as 3-point favorites.

The Warriors have been one of the most potent offenses in the league this season, ranking 6th in scoring at 119.1 points per game. When playing on the road, Golden State is averaging 120.9 points per game, which is the best mark in the NBA.

So far, the Warriors have outscored the NBA scoring average in 61% of their games. In terms of pace, Golden State is 7th in the league at 100.2 possessions per game.

When it comes to shooting, the Warriors are 16th in field goal percentage at 47%. Inside the arc, they are 18th in two-point shooting at 54%. From beyond the arc, Golden State is 5th in three-point shooting at 38%.

On defense, Warriors is currently around the league average in points allowed, giving up an average of 116.8 points per game. On two point field goal attempts, the Warriors’ defensive unit is allowing a field goal percentage of 54.4% and allowing 35.4% from beyond the arc.

Will Boston Secure A Victory as Home Favorites?

Today, the Celtics are favored by 10.5 points at home against the Warriors. This season, Boston has been favored in 56 of their 59 games and has a record of 45-11 as the favorite. The team has also won 10 straight games as the favorite.

Boston’s ATS record for the season is 28-28, and they have covered the spread in their last three home games. At home, the Celtics have an average scoring margin of +14.3 PPG.

In their most recent game, the Celtics defeated the Mavericks by a score of 138-110. The O/U line for that game was 237.5 points, and the Celtics were favored by 8.5 points.

This season, the Celtics have an O/U record of 29-30 and their games have averaged 231.2 points per game. In games with higher O/U lines than today’s line of 230.5, Boston has a record of 29-30.

Overall, the Celtics have a record of 47-12, which is the best in the Eastern Conference. In the East, they are 33-6 compared to 14-6 against the West.

At home, the Celtics are averaging 122.9 points per game, which is 6th in the NBA. Overall, they are 4th in scoring at 121 points per game. They have outscored the NBA scoring average in 72.9% of their games this season.

When it comes to pace, Boston is 18th in the league at 98.1 possessions per game. In terms of field goal percentage, they are 10th at 48%. However, they are 2nd in true shooting percentage.

One area where the Celtics have excelled is three-point shooting. They lead the NBA in both three-pointers made per game (16.2) and three-point attempts per game (42.3). From beyond the arc, they are shooting 38%, which is 4th in the league.

This season, the Celtics’ defense is the 6th ranked defense in the NBA at 6th PPG. So far, they have held opposing offenses below the NBA scoring average in 72.9% of their games. On two point field goal attempts, the Celtics’ defensive unit is allowing a field goal percentage of 51.6% and allowing 34.7% from beyond the arc.