- The Golden State Warriors are 2.0-point favorites against the Minnesota Timberwolves at home on Tuesday.
- Minnesota beat Golden State 116-110 on Sunday, earning their sixth-straight victory.
- Warriors’ star point guard Steph Curry is also on the injury report, giving value to the Timberwolves +105 moneyline odds.
SAN FRANCISCO – Despite beating the Golden State Warriors just two days ago, the Minnesota Timberwolves are 2.0-point underdogs to them on Tuesday night. Minnesota won six straight games to propel themselves to a 7-2 record, while the Warriors lost four of their last five games and are 6-5 this season.
Not to mention, Golden State is just 1-3 at home and could be without their best player in Steph Curry. Still, USA online sportsbooks still favor the Warriors by 2.0 points on Tuesday.
Minnesota Timberwolves Vs Golden State Warriors Betting Lines
|Minnesota Timberwolves||+2.0 (-110)||+105||O220.0 (-110)|
|Golden State Warriors||-2.0 (-110)||-125||U220.0 (-110)|
Curry is the only player on the Warriors’ injury report and is questionable with right knee soreness. He finished with 38 points in Golden State’s loss to Minnesota on Tuesday and his absence would greatly impact the spread.
Even if Curry plays, the +105 odds at NBA online sportsbooks for the Timberwolves on the moneyline are valuable. Minnesota shooting guard Anthony Edwards led the ‘Wolves to six straight wins.
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Valuable Prop Bets For Warriors Vs Timberwolves
Anthony Edwards scored 33 points in Sunday’s victory in San Francisco. His line at Minnesota online sportsbooks for Tuesday has -125 odds to go over 26.5 points.
Anthony Edwards Points Prop
- Over 26.5 Points -125
- Under 26.5 Points -105
Edwards went over 26.5 points in five of his last seven games. For better value, California online sportsbooks offer +160 odds for Edwards to score 30 or more points against the Warriors.
Not only did he do this in his last game against Golden State, but he’s had at least 30 points in three of his last five games.
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