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Detroit +8
Denver -8

Over 213 (-105)
Under 213 (-115)

Community Picks: Detroit 54% vs Denver 46%

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Steph Curry explains why final regular-season games are important to Warriors originally appeared on With nine games remaining in the regular season, Steph Curry and the Warriors are clinging to a half-game lead over the Denver Nuggets for first place in the Western Conference. Equipped with one of the most talented starting lineups in NBA history and championship experience, one might expect the two-time defending champions to shrug at the importance of their final nine games, knowing they have the talent to beat any team on any floor once the playoffs start. That, however, isn't entirely the case. Continue to Article
March 25, 2019 9:28:pm EST
Stephen Curry spoke of his admiration for the Golden State Warriors' culture after they reached 50 regular-season wins for a sixth straight season by beating the Detroit Pistons 121-114 on Sunday. The back-to-back NBA champions responded in style to their 35-point loss to the Dallas Mavericks on Saturday as the returning Curry, rested the previous night, led the team with 26 points. Golden State, top of the Western Conference standings and already assured of a playoff place, now boast a 50-23 record with nine games still to play before the postseason begins. Continue to Article
March 25, 2019 6:57:am EST
When they hit No. 50 on Sunday with an indistinct 121-114 victory over the Detroit Pistons, there was but the slightest few moments of reflection. "Pretty impressive," coach Steve Kerr said. For a franchise that reached 50 wins four times in its first five decades in the Bay Area to string together six consecutive such seasons is right out of the late Franklin Mieuli's wildest fantasy. Continue to Article
March 25, 2019 2:20:am EST
Sure, the Golden State Warriors want to be the top seed in the Western Conference and be assured of having the home-court edge through the conference playoffs. The win put Golden State (50-23) one-half game ahead of the Denver Nuggets -- who lost to Indiana on Sunday -- in the conference standings, but the Warriors won without center DeMarcus Cousins and guard/forward Andre Iguodala, who were given the night off to rest. On Saturday, while the Warriors were crushed 126-91 on their home court by the lowly Dallas Mavericks, they did not have Stephen Curry and Shaun Livingston, who were given the night off. Continue to Article
March 25, 2019 2:03:am EST
The Warriors can be sensitive about the subject of Steph Curry's workload. He wants to play every game while striving to be a great husband and father and also making broad use of his massive social platform. The Warriors understand all of this, and they do not want to obstruct any of it. Continue to Article
March 24, 2019 11:16:pm EST
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