The Golden State Warriors against the Phoenix Suns predictions are set as they battle at Footprint Center in Phoenix, Arizona. The last two conference champions will play their first regular season game on Tuesday evening. The Warriors recently beat the visiting Sacramento Kings to a score of 130-125 at Chase Center in downtown San Francisco, Sunday. The Suns took care of business dropping the Lakers to a score of 112-95 at crypto.com Center in Los Angeles.
Golden State Warriors Against the Phoenix Suns Predictions
Golden State Warriors’ victory over the Kings saw PG Stephen Curry deliver 28 of his 33 points during an 89-point first half. The reigning champions beat former top assistant Mike Brown and his Sacramento Kings in their last game out. As a result, the Warriors are fifth at 2-1 in the Western Conference and second in the Pacific Division.
Curry already had his third straight 30-point game performance. The Warriors went 16-6 overall and 33-19 in Western Conference last season. Additionally, the team allowed 106.8 points per game while committing 21.5 fouls in the same period.
Injury List of Both Teams
Golden State has Warriors SF Patrick Baldwin Jr (thumb) on the injury list while SF Andre Iguodala is out on load management.
Phoenix has SF Ish Wainright (back) on the injury list.
Phoenix will Put Up Fierce Resistance
Meanwhile, The Phoenix Suns also had a recent win over the LA Clippers to a score of 112-95, Sunday night. The Clippers is one of the favored contenders in the West. Also, the other projected team from the West is the Dallas Mavericks the Suns disposed of.
This matchup will pit the squads’ leading scorers in the Suns’ SG Devin Booker and Warriors’ PG Stephen Curry. Booker delivered 96 points in their last 3 games while Curry made 100 points in his last 3 matches.
Golden State Warriors against the Phoenix Suns Prediction. Golden State is 5-1 straight up in their last 6 games and 13-7 SU in their last 20 outings against Phoenix. Phoenix is 5-1 straight up in their last 6 matches at home and 14-1 straight up in their last 15 games played on a Tuesday. Predicted to win this contest is The Golden State Warriors.