At 7:00 ET, the Golden State Warriors (-572) will take on the Washington Wizards (+422) in a non-conference matchup. The over/under line for this game is 243 points.

Golden State (-10.5) is 10th in the Western Conference with a 29-27 record, while Washington is 14th in the East at 9-48. The Wizards are currently on an 11-game losing streak.


The Pick: Golden State Warriors -10.5

This game will be played at Capital One Arena at 7:00 ET on Tuesday, February 27th.


  • We have this one finishing with a projected score of 137-100 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 47.7% and knocking down 17 threes.

Will Golden State Be The Talk of Capital One Arena?

Golden State is favored by 10.5 points today and has a record of 23-12 as the favorite this season. As the favorite, they have gone 16-19 against the spread, with an average scoring margin of +4.1 points per game.

As the favorite, the Warriors have gone 30-25 against the spread this season, including an ATS record of 17-8 on the road. Coming into today’s game, they have won five straight ATS on the road.

Golden State’s O/U record for the season is 29-26-1, and their last three games have gone under the betting line. On average, their games have finished with 236.6 points per game, and today’s O/U line is set at 243.

In their last game, the Warriors lost to the Nuggets by a score of 119-103. Golden State was favored by 2 points in that game, and the O/U line was 232.5.

In the Western Conference standings, the Warriors are currently in 10th place with a record of 29-27. Against the West, they are 16-21 compared to 13-6 in non-conference games.

When it comes to scoring, the Warriors are one of the NBA’s most prolific teams, averaging 119.2 points per game (6th). Interestingly, they have been even better on the road, where they are averaging 121.2 points per game (1st).

Golden State’s offensive success is largely due to their three-point shooting. They are 3rd in the NBA in three-point makes per game (15) and 6th in three-point shooting percentage (37%). Overall, the Warriors are 17th in field goal percentage.

So far this season, Golden State has outscored the NBA scoring average in 60.7% of their games. They have also been one of the league’s top offensive rebounding teams, ranking 4th in offensive boards per game.

Defensively, the Warriors come into today’s game ranked 20th in the NBA at 117.4 points per game allowed. However, they have shown signs of improvements lately, ranking 11th in the league over their last three games. On two point field goal attempts, the Warriors’ defensive unit is allowing a field goal percentage of 54.5% and allowing 35.7% from beyond the arc.

Will the Wizards Make it Happen at Home?

Washington is looking to snap an 11-game losing streak today as they host the Warriors. The Wizards are 10.5-point underdogs at home and have been the underdog in all but three of their games this season.

In their last game against the Cavaliers, the Wizards lost by a score of 114-105. However, they covered the spread as 13.5-point underdogs. The O/U line for that game was 235 points.

So far this season, the Wizards have an O/U record of 27-30 and their games have averaged 238.6 points per game. Today’s O/U line is set at 243 points.

Washington’s record this season is 9-48, which is 14th in the Eastern Conference. Against other Eastern Conference teams, they are 6-32 and 2-10 against teams in their division.

The Wizards’ ATS record for the season is 27-29, with a home ATS record of 8-18. On the road, they are 19-11 vs. the spread. They have covered the spread in three straight games as the underdog.

At home, the Wizards are 21st in the NBA in scoring at 113.9 points per game. Overall, they are 18th in the league at 114.4 points per game. Washington has outscored the NBA scoring average in 47.4% of their games this season.

When it comes to pace, the Wizards are the fastest team in the league at 102.7 possessions per game. In terms of field goal percentage, they are 20th in the NBA at 47%.

Washington is 9th in assists at 28 per game. In terms of three-point shooting, the Wizards are 28th in the league at 34%.

So far, the Wizards’ defense is ranked 30th in the league at 124.2 points per contest. On two point field goal attempts, the Wizards’ defensive unit is allowing a field goal percentage of 57.6% and allowing 36.6% from beyond the arc.