Golden State is 30-17 SU and 27-19-1 ATS; it's coming off a 113-93 win over Phoenix as a 10.5 point fav on the 2nd.
As good as the Warriors have been playing of late, take note that they haven't won in Houston in over five years.
Stephen Curry would lead the charge vs. the Suns, scoring 29; Andrew Bogut contributed 11 points, seven boards and three blocks.
It's interesting to note though that Golden State is 0-3 ATS this year when playing with two days of rest.
Houston is 26-23 SU and 25-23-1 ATS; it's coming off a 109-95 win over Charlotte as a 12 point fav on the 2nd.
The Rockets have won five of seven, including four of five, while averaging 112.6 points in the process.
James Harden continues his strong season, finishing with 21 points, 11 boards and 11 assists; Chandler Parsons and Patrick Patterson finished with 24 apiece.
The Rockets would use their size down low, outscoring the Bobcats 58-32 in the paint, while also winning the rebound battle 50-35.
And note that not only is Houston 15-9 ATS at home this year, but it's also 4-2 ATS as a home fav of 3 points or less.
With a tough game on the road in Oklahoma City tomorrow night, I believe the Warriors get caught looking ahead to that contest, and the Rockets continues their strong push in front of the home town crowd!