Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors (11-10) are underdogs against Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks (9-13) Thursday, February 4 at American Airlines Center. The game begins at 7:30 PM ET on TNT. The matchup has an over/under of points.
The betting insights in this article reflect odds data from FanDuel Sportsbook as of February 4, 2021, 4:42 PM ET. See table below for current betting odds.
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Injury Report as of February 4
Eric Paschall: Day To Day (Knee),
Alen Smailagic: Out (Knee),
James Wiseman: Out (Wrist),
Klay Thompson: Out For Season (Right Achilles),
Kevon Looney: Out (Ankle),
Marquese Chriss: Out For Season (Leg)
Mavericks and Warriors Records ATS
- Dallas is under .500 against the spread this season with a record of 10-12
- When favored by at least 3.5 points, the Mavericks are 1-4 against the spread in 2020-21.
- Dallas and its opponents have outscored the set over/under in 40.9% of its games this season (9/22).
- Golden State has a 10-11 record ATS this season.
- When playing as at least a 3.5-point underdog, the Warriors tend to meet expectations with a 4-3 record against the spread.
- Golden State and its opponents have typically been held under the total points bet this season, only claiming the over in 42.9% (9) of their 21 games played.
- In Dallas’ matchups this season, the Mavericks and their opponents have eclipsed Thursday’s point total of 229 points seven times (31.8% of opportunities).
- Seven Golden State games this year (33.3% of its matchups) finished with a final total greater than Thursday’s over/under of 229 points.
- The Mavericks have seen a 220.2 average over/under in their games this season, 8.8 points fewer than the over/under in this matchup.
- The over/under for this game is 3.7 points more than the average over/under in Warriors’ games this season (225.3 points).
- The Mavericks have an average implied point total of 113.7 this season, which is 2.3 points lower than their implied total in Thursday’s game (116).
- Dallas has scored more than its implied point total for this matchup (116) five times this season.
- The Warriors’ average implied point total on the season (117 points) is four points higher than their implied total in this matchup (113 points).
- Golden State has scored more than this game’s implied total of 113 points 10 times this season.
- The Mavericks are at the 23rd spot in the NBA’s scoring charts (109.3 PPG), while the Warriors allow the 23rd-fewest points per game (113.2) in the league.
- The Mavericks have a -36-point scoring differential on the season (-1.6 per game). The Warriors have also been out-scored by opponents on average this year (-22 total points, -1.1 per game).
- Doncic leads the Mavericks in scoring (27.2 points per game), rebounding (8.9 per game) and assisting (9.6 per game).
- Doncic’s PRA prop total for the game is set at 46.5, 0.8 greater than his season average of 45.7.
- The Mavericks are led by Tim Hardaway Jr. from beyond the arc. He knocks down 3.1 shots from deep per game.
- Hardaway’s three pointers made prop over/under for the game is set at 3.5, 0.4 shots greater than his season average of 3.1.
- Dallas’ steals leader is Dorian Finney-Smith, who collects 1.2 per game. Kristaps Porzingis leads the team averaging 1.5 blocks a contest.
- Porzingis’ blocks prop total for the game is set at 1.5, equal to his season average of 1.5.
- Curry owns the Warriors top spot in scoring with 28.2 points per game and also tacks on 5.7 rebounds and 6.1 assists per contest.
- Curry’s PRA prop over/under for the contest is set at 40.5, 0.5 higher than his season average of 40.0.
- James Wiseman (6.1 rebounds per game) and Draymond Green (6.6 assists per game) are the Golden State leaders in rebounds and assists.
- Wiseman’s PRA prop over/under for the game is set at 12.5, 6.4 less than his season average of 18.9.
- Curry is tops from three-point range for the Warriors, knocking down 4.6 threes per game.
- Curry’s three pointers made prop total for the game is set at 4.5, 0.1 shots less than his season average of 4.6.
- Nobody on Golden State grabs more steals than Green (1.2 per game) or blocks more shots than Andrew Wiggins (1.4 per game).
- Wiggins’ blocks prop over/under for the contest is set at 1.5, 0.1 blocks higher than his season average of 1.4.
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