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Pick against the spread, over/under for Warriors vs. Suns on Wednesday, November 22

We go over some of the best betting options for Wednesday’s matchup between the Warriors and Suns.

Phoenix Suns v Golden State Warriors
Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors drives to the basket on Eric Gordon and Devin Booker of the Phoenix Suns during the fourth quarter at Chase Center on October 24, 2023 in San Francisco, California.
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The Golden State Warriors (7-8) will meet the Phoenix Suns (8-6) for the second time this season, with Phoenix winning the season opener in the Bay Area. The Warriors finally snapped their six-game skid with a win over the Rockets, while the Suns are on a four-game winning streak. Phoenix knocked off the Trail Blazers Tuesday as part of the league’s In-Season Tournament.

Draymond Green remains out for the Warriors due to a suspension. The Suns won’t release an official injury report until later in the day, but we’ll see if anyone gets rested on the second night of a back-to-back set. Bradley Beal is still sidelined for Phoenix with a back injury.

The Suns are 1.5-point favorites according to DraftKings Sportsbook, with the total coming in at 231. Phoenix is -125 on the moneyline while Golden State is +105.

Warriors vs. Suns, 10 p.m. ET

Pick ATS: Warriors +1.5

Golden State has had a lot of flaws this season, but the Warriors are actually 5-2 ATS as the road team to start the 2023-24 campaign. On the flip side, the Suns are just 3-4 ATS at home. Phoenix is coming off a game Tuesday, which means there could be some tired legs and minutes limits. The Warriors got back on track with a win and should be able to keep their success on the road going tonight.

Over/Under: Over 231

The first meeting between these teams went well under this line, but both offenses are starting to find their groove. The Suns are averaging 130.3 points per game over the last three contests, and the Warriors are putting up 117.7 points per game in the same span. Phoenix is 10-4 to the over this season while Golden State is 8-7. Even with Phoenix on the second night of a back-to-back set, back both offenses to keep up their strong play and take the over.