The Phoenix Suns (17-3) play host to the Golden State Warriors (18-2) on Tuesday, November 30, 2021 at 10:00 PM ET.
Phoenix open as 2.5 point favorites. So far this season the Suns are 11-9 against the spread (ATS) and 5-5 ATS at home. The Suns are on a 16-game winning streak, most recently winning back-to-back games on the road against New York and Brooklyn.
The visiting Warriors are 15-4-1 ATS and 6-2 ATS on the road. They’re 9-1 in their last 10 games and are seeking their eighth straight win.
Suns vs Warriors Odds
|Time||10:00 pm ET|
Both the Phoenix Suns and Golden State Warriors are -110 to cover the spread. Use our calculator to estimate your potential winnings.
Suns and Warriors Betting Trends
- The Suns are 10-0 in their last ten games
- Phoenix are 11-9 ATS and 5-5 ATS at home
- Totals have gone under in 11 of the Suns’ 20 games
- The Warriors are 9-1 in their last ten games
- Golden State are 15-4-1 ATS and 6-2 ATS on the road
- Totals have gone under in 14 of Golden State’s 20 games
Suns vs Warriors Head to Head
May 11, 2021: Phoenix Suns 116 @ Golden State Warriors 122
March 4, 2021: Golden State Warriors 98 @ Phoenix Suns 120
January 28, 2021: Golden State Warriors 93 @ Phoenix Suns 114
|112.6||Points Per Game||114|
|48.1%||Field Goal %||47.9%|
Suns vs Warriors Injury Report
|Abdel Nader||SF||Knee||Game time decision|
|Frank Kaminsky||PF||Knee||Out until December 2|
|Dario Saric||PF||Knee||Out until April 1|
Golden State Warriors
|Damion Lee||SG||Personal||Game time decision|
|Andre Iguodala||SG||Hip||Out until December 3|
|Klay Thompson||SG||Achilles||Out until December 20|
|James Wiseman||C||Knee||Out until December 3|
Key Players to Watch
Chris Paul: 14.5 ppg, 10.1 apg, 4.1 apg, 2 stl
Golden State Warriors
Stephen Curry: 28.4 ppg, 6.9 apg, 5.8 rpg, 1.6 stl
Suns vs Warriors Prediction
It’s an early contender for matchup of the season as the red-hot Phoenix Suns welcome the Golden State Warriors. The Warriors may have the better record but the Suns have won 16 straight games. This will be the first time in NBA history that two teams from the same division with winning percentages of .850 or higher with at least 20 games played face off.
Both teams are on a roll. The Suns have covered 10 of their last 15 games and the Warriors are 7-0 ATS in their last seven. Phoenix come into this game as the third-best defensive team in the league, two spots behind the Warriors who have consistently been the best defending team with a rating of 99.4.
Both teams match up well statistically with the Warriors having a slight edge in three-point shooting, rebounds, assists, steals and blocks. One crucial difference is that the Suns have played more games in the past 26 days than the Warriors. They’ve played as many games as the Warriors have played in the past month and are coming off a three-game East coast roadtrip.
With the Warriors having the edge statistically, Steph Curry in MVP form and the Suns coming off a tough schedule, I expect the Warriors to cover the spread in Phoenix.