At 7:30 ET, the Golden State Warriors (-145) will take on the Toronto Raptors (+121) in a non-conference matchup. The over/under line for this game is currently sitting at 237.5 points.

Golden State is currently favored by 2.5 points and enters this game with a record of 31-27. They are 10th in the Western Conference and have won two straight games. As for the Raptors, they are 12th in the East with a record of 22-37.


The Pick: Golden State Warriors -2.5

This game will be played at Scotiabank Arena at 7:30 ET on Friday, March 1st.


  • We have this one finishing with a projected score of 124-119 in favor of the Warriors.
  • Our projections have Stephen Curry finishing with Stephen Curry points, 4 rebounds and 5 assists.
  • From the field, we have the Warriors finishing with a field goal percentage of 47.9% and knocking down 16 threes.

Is It the Warriors Game to Lose on the Road?

The Warriors have gone 29-28-1 on the over/under this season, and the under has hit in their last five games. Today’s O/U line of 237.5 is higher than the season average of 233.1 for Golden State.

Golden State has been favored in 37 of their 58 games this season and have a record of 25-12 in those games. As the favorite, they are 18-19 against the spread, and they have covered the spread in their last two games.

The Warriors’ last game finished with a combined score of 209 points, which was well below the O/U line of 223. Golden State won the game by a score of 110-99, covering the spread as 3.5-point favorites.

Currently, the Warriors are 10th in the Western Conference with a record of 31-27. In games against other Western Conference teams, they are 16-21 and 5-9 against Pacific Division opponents.

On the road, the Warriors have an average scoring differential of +4.7 points per game. They are 15-12 on the road this season and have won seven straight games on the road.

When it comes to scoring, the Warriors are one of the league’s most explosive teams. They are 6th in the NBA in scoring at 119.1 points per game. Interestingly, they have actually been better on the road, averaging 120.9 points compared to 117.5 at home.

Golden State is a team that loves to shoot the three-pointer. They are 2nd in the league in three-pointers made per game at 15.1. Overall, they are 6th in three-point shooting percentage at 37%. In terms of pace, the Warriors are 9th in the NBA at 100.2 possessions per game.

When it comes to two-point shooting, the Warriors are 18th in the league at 54%. Overall, they are 17th in field goal percentage. In terms of free throws, they are 19th in the NBA at 16.9 made per game.

The Warriors’ defense is presently ranked 18th in the league, allowing an average of 117.0 points per contest. When it comes to defending inside the arc, the Warriors squad is permitting opposing teams to shoot at a clip of 54.4% inside the arc, and they’re also giving up 35.5% from downtown.

Can the Toronto Offense Score Enough at Home?

Toronto has a record of 22-37 this season and is currently 12th in the Eastern Conference. In games against other Eastern Conference teams, they are 15-23 and 1-11 against their division.

As the underdog, the Raptors are 11-28 this season and have gone 20-19 against the spread. Today, they are 2.5-point underdogs and have an ATS record of 29-30.

Toronto’s O/U record for the season is 32-26-1, and the over has hit in their last three games. This year, their games have averaged 232.4 points per game, and today’s O/U line is 237.5.

In their most recent game, the Raptors lost to the Mavericks by a score of 136-125. The O/U line for that game was 241 points, and Toronto was getting 3.5 points going into the game.

At home, the Raptors are averaging 111.8 points per game, which is 26th in the NBA. Overall, they are 16th in scoring at 114.6 points per game. When it comes to three-point shooting, Toronto is 22nd in the league at 35%.

So far this season, the Raptors have outscored the NBA average in 49.2% of their games. In terms of pace, Toronto is 14th in the league at 99.2 possessions per game.

When it comes to two-point shooting, the Raptors are 15th in the NBA at 54%. In terms of assists, Toronto is 3rd in the league with an average of 29.4 per game.

As they prepare for the upcoming game, the Raptors is focused on shoring up their defense, as they are currently allowing an average of 117.8 points per game (22nd). Opponents are hitting 56.2% of their two-point field goal attempts this season, and they’re also connecting on 37.2% of their three-point attempts.