2016/2017 NBA Season Handicapper Preview
The 2016/2017 NBA season tips off Tuesday night. The reigning champions Cleveland Cavaliers will host the New York Knicks while the runner up Golden State Warriors will take on their biggest threat in the Western Conference as the San Antonio Spurs pay a visit to the Bay Area.
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Spurs vs. Warriors – Warriors -9
The Golden State Warriors were unstoppable for most part of the regular season last year, particularly at home, but they came up short in the finals losing to the Cavs in seven games. They’ll be hungry for revenge, and they’re coming off a dominant preseason.
The Warriors have strengthened their already NBA-best offense with Kevin Durant from OKC during the offseason, and I think they’ll win big when hosting the San Antonio Spurs in the season opener Tuesday night. The Warriors are 12-4 ATS in their last 16 home at Oracle Arena and they’ll face a Spurs team that might not be quite as strong as in previous years.
San Antonio has lost future Hall of Famer Tim Duncan to retirement, and guard Danny Green is expected to miss the first three weeks of the season. I don’t think the Spurs can match up with the Warriors here in the season opener.
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