The Brooklyn Nets and the Golden State Warriors highlight Sunday’s NBA program. The game takes place at the Chase Arena in San Francisco.

Before Betting on the Nets vs. Warriors

The Nets are on tour through the West and are still without Kevin Durant. The good thing for Brooklyn is that they finally snapped a series of losses immediately following KD’s injury by beating the Jazzers in Utah, 117-106.

Kyrie Irving was by far the best player on the court with 48 points, demolishing the rivals in every possible aspect of play. Uncle Drew hit eight threes and was 18-for-29 from the field with 11 boards. Nic Claxton added 20 buckets, while Ben Simmons scored six with nine boards and five assists.

As for the Warriors, they are back home following a tour that saw them visiting the Spurs at first and then four Eastern teams, the Bulls, the Wizards, Celtics and the Cavaliers. The last game saw them appearing without four starters, but anyway, they won, 120-114.

Jordan Pool pushed his team to a 23rd win of the year with 32 points, Ty Jerome had 22 and eight assists, while Donte DiVincenzo scored 17. Kevon Looney had four points but 17 boards, and overall the Warriors scored 23 threes. 

Nets vs. Warriors NBA Offshore Odds

Offshore SportsbookMoneylineTotalSpread
BetOnlineNets (3.45) | Warriors (1.34)227.5Nets +7 (1.95) | Warriors -7 (1.87)
BovadaNets (3.20) | Warriors (1.37)227.5Nets +7 (1.91) | Warriors -7 (1.91)
BetUSNets (3.45) | Warriors (1.34)227.5Nets +7 (1.91) | Warriors -7 (1.91)
SportsBetting.agNets (3.45) | Warriors (1.34)227.5Nets +7 (1.95) | Warriors -7 (1.87)
PinnacleNets (3.37) | Warriors (1.37)227.5Nets +7 (1.93) | Warriors -7 (1.97)
MyBookieNets (3.30) | Warriors (1.36)227.5Nets +7 (1.91) | Warriors -7 (1.91)

The Nets are in problems without Durant, and even with KD in the lineup we sincerely doubt that they could win here. That’s why we take the Warriors in this event.