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Warriors vs. Spurs: 3 Best Bets for Rematch

After beating the Golden State Warriors on Saturday, the San Antonio Spurs will host them tonight.

The San Antonio Spurs will play host to the Golden State Warriors tonight, after defeating them in their last contest, 126-113. The Spurs were able to capitalize on the Warriors missing Stephen Curry, as the shorthanded crew led for most of the game.

Devin Vassell and Victor Wembanyama also did not play on Saturday, and a big night from the Spurs' reserves was required to topple Golden State. The Warriors, who have all but clinched a Play-In Tournament spot, would like to improve their tenth-place seeding before the playoffs start.

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The Warriors will be without Curry once again, who is joined by Moses Moody and Draymond Green on the injury report, who are both probable. The Spurs will be without Charles Bassey and Cedi Osman, and Vassell is probable. Wembanyama is back in the lineup.

Keep it posted here for our three best bets, powered by the lines and odds at SI Sportsbook

The Lines

Point spread: Warriors -4.5 (-118)/Spurs +4.5 (-110)

Money line: Warriors (-200)/Spurs (+155)

Over/under: 227.5

Our Picks

Safe pick: Victor Wembanyama OVER 22.5 points (-133)

Yes, Draymond Green is an elite defender, but Wembanyama is 10 inches taller than him. On top of that, there is no guarantee that Green will even play. In his last three games after returning from injury, Wembanyama has averaged 23.6 points, so it's safe to say that rust won't be a factor. 

Team pick: OVER 227.5 total points (-118)

The Spurs and Warriors combined for 239 points this weekend, and neither team has an above-average defense. Plus, over the last three games, both Golden State and San Antonio have a top-ten scoring offense, and the Spurs, somehow, are shooting 35.1 percent from deep over their last three games. Expect another offensive affair tonight, even with Wemby playing. 

Parlay pick: Tre Jones OVER 7.5 assists and Spurs +4.5 (+310)

Last game, we encouraged you to take Tre Jones's over on assists and parlay it with Draymond Green's over. That bet didn't hit, but it wasn't Jones's fault! Over his last five games, he has averaged eight assists and posted double-digit dimes twice. Pair it with the Spurs covering the spread. With Wembanyama back in the lineup, the Warriors will have even more trouble containing the Spurs.