Timberwolves take down Warriors for 7th straight win on Tuesday night

  • Golden State (6-5) is a 4-point home favorite over the Timberwolves (7-2) on Tuesday night
  • Steph Curry’s Warriors aim to end a three-game losing skid against a surging Minnesota team 
  • The NBA In-Season Tournament Game tips off from Chase Center in San Francisco, CA at 10:00pm ET

Anthony Edwards led the Timberwolves to a 116-110 victory over Golden State on Sunday with 33 points, 7 assists and 6 rebounds. Looking for its seventh-straight win, Minnesota will attempt to sweep the back-to-back set against a Warriors team that has dropped three games in a row.

Before we look at the odds for the Western Conference matchup and make our picks, be sure to check out the 2023-24 NBA MVP Betting Odds and our guide to betting on NBA basketball.

Warriors vs Timberwolves

BetOnline ReviewSpreadMoney LineTotal Points
Minnesota Timberwolves+4.0 (-115)Ov 224.5 (-110)
Golden State Warriors-4.0 (-105)Un 224.5 (-110)

Ant Man running wild

Anthony Edwards is setting new career-highs with 28.4 points, 6.2 rebounds and 5.4 assists through nine games. While the season is young, the Timberwolves have already notched impressive victories over the Warriors, Nuggets, Celtics and Heat. Chris Finch’s club also has the No. 1 defense and the third-best point differential.

Minnesota defeated the Warriors 116-110 on Sunday for their sixth-straight win. Ant-Man, the NBA’s Player of the Week, registered 33 points and Karl-Anthony Towns added 21 points and a season-high 14 rebounds. The Wolves also benefitted from egregious long-distance shooting from Golden State, who made only 12 for 43 from 3-point land.

Warriors hit road block

Golden State has now lost three straight games to the Nuggets, Cavaliers and Timberwolves, but you can’t blame Steph Curry. The nine-time NBA All-Star has been lights out to start the season with 11 consecutives games with four or more 3-pointers. With four losses in their last five, Steve Kerr’s team is struggling to find secondary scoring.

Klay Thompson is averaging only 16.1 points per game while shooting a career-low 34.7% from beyond the arc. Since his remarkable run in the 2022 playoffs, Andrew Wiggins has also failed to contribute on a consistent basis. And veterans like Draymond Green and Chris Paul can’t be counted on for more than 10 points a night at this stage of their career.

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Golden State vs Minnesota

Golden State is a 4-point home favorite on Tuesday with the over/under set at 224.5 points. Minnesota is just 1-3 against the spread on the road after covering their first away game of the season on Sunday. Meanwhile, the Warriors have a 0-4 ATS mark at Chase Center after covering a league-best 65.2% (30-16-1) of their home matchups last year.

Steve Kerr’s club has been outscored by 8.1 transition points per game this season. With Towns and Gobert manning the paint, his team will have no chance to score inside. That likely means more 3-pointers. But, T-Wolves opponents are shooting just 31.3% from downtown.

Best Bet

Keep in mind that the team with the lead at halftime has won all 11 of Golden State’s games this season. So, no matter which side you choose to wager on, you may want to indulge in some live betting at the half if things aren’t going your way.

Steph Curry is a living legend, but there’s no doubt he’s on a far inferior team for the first time in his career. With Anthony Edwards taking another leap into superstardom this year, we’ll take the Wolves to cover (+4) in the Bay Area with the OVER 224.5.

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