The Golden State Warriors (20-19) host the Los Angeles Lakers (25-13) after winning four home games in a row. The Lakers are favored by in the contest, which starts at 10:30 PM ET on Monday, March 15, 2021. The point total is set at for the matchup.
The betting insights in this article reflect odds data from DraftKings Sportsbook as of March 15, 2021, 12:40 AM ET. See table below for current betting odds.
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Injury Report as of March 15
Marc Gasol: Day To Day (Health and Safety Protocols),
Anthony Davis: Out (Achilles),
Alex Caruso: Out (Concussion),
Kostas Antetokounmpo: Day To Day (Health and Safety Protocols)
Klay Thompson: Out For Season (Right Achilles),
Marquese Chriss: Out For Season (Leg)
Lakers and Warriors Records ATS
- Los Angeles’ record against the spread is 18-20 this season.
- The Lakers have a losing record against the spread when favored by at least 2.5 points, going 16-17 this season.
- Los Angeles and its opponents have outscored the set over/under in 39.5% of its games this season (15/38).
- Golden State has a 19-20 record ATS this season.
- The Warriors manage a 7-5 record against the spread this season when they play as at least a 2.5-point underdog.
- Golden State and its opponents have regularly been held under the total points bet this season, only claiming the over in 43.6% (17) of their 39 games played.
Head to Head
LeBron James (19 points) led the Lakers past Eric Paschall (18 points) and the Warriors 117-91 in their most recent matchup on February 28, 2021. The Lakers were favored by 2.5 points in the game, and covered the spread. The 208 total points in the matchup went under the 221-point over/under.
|Date||Favorite||Home Team||Spread||Total||Favorite Moneyline||Underdog Moneyline||Game Type||Result|
|2/28/2021||Lakers||Lakers||-2.5||221||-142||118||Regular Season||117-91 LAL|
|1/18/2021||Lakers||Lakers||-8.5||226.5||-381||300||Regular Season||115-113 GS|
- Los Angeles and its opponents have hit the over on Monday’s 222.5 total in 14 out of 38 games (36.8%) this year.
- In 19 out of Golden State’s 39 games this season (48.7%), the competing teams combined for a higher point total than the over/under in Monday’s matchup.
- On average, the over/under in Lakers games is 5.1 points fewer than the over/under of 222.5 points in this matchup.
- Warriors’ games have a total points bet of 227.1 points this season, 4.6 points more than the over/under for this contest.
- The average implied total for the Lakers this season is 114.4 points, 1.4 more points than their implied total of 113 points in Monday’s game.
- Los Angeles has outscored this matchup’s implied point total (113) 18 times.
- The 117.1-point average implied total on the season for the Warriors is 7.1 more points than the team’s 110-point implied total in this matchup.
- Golden State has scored more than this game’s implied total of 110 points 22 times this season.
- The Lakers are at the 21st spot in the NBA’s scoring charts (111.2 PPG), while the Warriors allow the 22nd-fewest points per game (113.5) in the league.
- The Lakers have put up a total of 192 more points than their opponents this year (an average of five per game), and the Warriors have out-scored opponents by only four points on the season (0.1 more per game).
- James leads the Lakers in points and assists. He averages 25.6 points per game while also adding 7.8 assists.
- Anthony Davis paces Los Angeles with 8.4 rebounds per game.
- James hits 2.4 threes per game to lead the Lakers.
- Davis records 1.4 steals and 1.8 blocks per game, both team-high averages.
- Draymond Green averages 6.2 rebounds per game, 8.5 assists per game, and 6.1 points per game, putting him in the top spot on the Warriors in both rebounds and assists.
- Stephen Curry scores 29.3 points per game to pace Golden State.
- Curry leads the Warriors in shooting from beyond the arc, averaging 4.8 made threes per game.
- Golden State’s Green has the top spot on the team’s steals leaderboard with 1.4 per game and James Wiseman is first in blocks with 1.0 per game.
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