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Detroit Pistons vs Golden State Warriors Predictions, Picks, Odds and Betting Preview – October 29, 2017

Detroit Pistons vs Golden State Warriors Predictions, Picks, Odds and Betting Preview – October 29, 2017

The Pistons look to capitalize on a somewhat shaky start for the current NBA Champions this Sunday in Oakland. Detroit is currently 2-0 against the spread when on the road, whereas Golden State is 0-3 ATS at home, an early season trend that bettors may want to take advantage of this Sunday.

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Betting Preview for the Detroit Pistons vs Golden State Warriors NBA Regular Season Game on October 29 2017

Where: Oracle Arena, Oakland CA

When: Sunday, October 29, 2017, 8:30 PM EST

Line: Detroit Pistons vs. Golden State Warriors – view current NBA betting lines

TV Broadcast: TNT

Betting on the Detroit Pistons (3-2)

Point Spread: (click here)

Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy has been waiting for his team to start playing better in transition. Against the Minnesota Timberwolves, Detroit did everything he wanted and more. The Pistons outscored the Minnesota Timberwolves 24-0 in fast-break points on their way to an easy 122-101 victory.

The Pistons forced 14 turnovers, matching their season-low, but took advantage of the lethargic Timberwolves off missed shots. Andre Drummond had 15 rebounds for the Pistons, who pulled down 83 percent of Minnesota’s misses. Tobias Harris matched a career high with 34 points, and Detroit had six players score in double figures. Ish Smith had 13 of Detroit’s season-high 32 assists.

Karl-Anthony Towns had 23 points and 10 rebounds for Minnesota, while Andrew Wiggins added 21. The Timberwolves lost for the second time in two nights. Desperate for shooters with range, the Pistons didn’t mess around on draft night, using the No. 12 pick on Duke’s Luke Kennard. Kennard hit nearly 44 percent of his NCAA-length 3-pointers last season for the Blue Devils. Taking a chance on those players have paid off for sure.

Betting on the Golden State Warriors (4-2)

Point Spread: (click here)

So far this season, Stephen Curry is averaging 29.2 points per night on 46.5 percent shooting from the field and 36.5 percent from deep. Then there’s Kevin Durant, he’s posting 25 points per night on 51.1 percent from the field and 50 percent from long range.

Keep going down the roster and you have Klay Thompson. The lights-out shooter is scoring 21.2 points per contest while completing 51.9 percent of his field-goal attempts and 46.5 percent of his threes.

Believe it or not, Nick Young also falls into this category. He’s averaging 9.8 points a night while hitting at a 59.1 percent clip from the field and a 61.1 percent clip from deep
Basically, you can’t stop the Warriors unless they stop themselves.

Consider the fact that Draymond Green, who is not scoring double digits and is not hitting a high percentage of his shots, is the team’s most important player because of the way he creates for others and the way he defends all five positions. The Warriors are trouble when they’re hitting their shots.

Writer’s Prediction:

This should be a high-scoring contest. Even if the Pistons stars aren’t able to put together an efficient contest, they’re going to have plenty of opportunities to put the ball in the bucket. Unfortunately, Golden State does it better.. Pick: Golden State Warriors

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