The Oklahoma City Thunder will visit the Golden State Warriors on Tuesday, April 4, in this season’s fourth and final meeting. The Warriors have won two of the previous three games.
The 38-41 Thunder are in tenth place in the Western Conference. Oklahoma City is ranked fifth in points per game and 14th in offensive rating while ranking 21st in opponents’ points per game and 15th in defensive rating.
The 41-38 Warriors are tied for fifth place in the Western Conference. Golden State is ranked third in points per game and 11th in offensive rating. They have struggled on the less flashy side of the ball, as they are ranked 22nd in opponents’ points per game and 19th in defensive rating.
The Thunder are 15-24 on the road, while the Warriors are 32-8 at home.
Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Golden State Warriors Match Details
Fixture: Oklahoma City Thunder at Golden State Warriors
Date and Time: Tuesday, April 4, 10:00 p.m. EST
Venue: Chase Center, San Francisco, California
Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Golden State Warriors Injury Report
The Oklahoma City Thunder will be without big man Chet Holmgren, who is yet to make his NBA debut. The second overall pick in the 2022 NBA Draft will miss the entire season after having right foot surgery. Forward Kenrich Williams is also sidelined after undergoing surgery to repair a torn ligament in his left wrist.
Golden State Warriors starting forward Andrew Wiggins is out for the 23rd consecutive game due to personal reasons. Forward Andre Iguodala will also be sidelined following left wrist surgery.
|Chet Holmgren||Oklahoma City Thunder||Out||Foot|
|Kenrich Williams||Oklahoma City Thunder||Out||Wrist|
|Andrew Wiggins||Golden State Warriors||Out||Personal|
|Andre Iguodala||Golden State Warriors||Out||Wrist|
Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Golden State Warriors: Betting Odds and Spread
|Oklahoma City Thunder||+8|
|Golden State Warriors||-8|
Thunder – PG Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, SG Josh Giddey, SF Jalen Williams, PF Luguentz Dort, C Jaylin Williams
Warriors – PG Steph Curry, SG Klay Thompson, SF Donte DiVincenzo, PF Draymond Green, C Kevon Looney
Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Golden State Warriors Betting Prediction
The Oklahoma City Thunder have been trending in the wrong direction, losing five out of their past seven games. Their only wins in that span have been one and six-point victories over teams that have begun to tank. Meanwhile, the Golden State Warriors have been among the best home teams in the NBA this season. Look for the Warriors to continue their strong play at Chase Center as they win by at least nine points.