The Golden State Warriors stomped the San Antonio Spurs 136-100 in Game 2 of the Western Conference finals. Steph Curry scored 29 points in three quarters and Draymond Green added 13 points, nine rebound, six assists, two steals and two blocks. Golden State dominated every facet of the game.
Since 2005, teams that win in a rout by 20 or more points have covered the spread just 50.1% of the time in the next game (-44.8 units). Teams that won by 30 or more points have gone 244-251 (49.3%) ATS in the following contest. However, the Dubs aren’t your average NBA team.
Since the 2014-15 season, the Warriors have won 66 games by 20 or more points. In the following game Golden State has gone 43-22 (66%) ATS. The most profitable team in the NBA.
In games after winning by 30 or more points, like in Game 2, the Warriors have gone 16-6 ATS.
Steph and crew head to San Antonio for Game 3 on Saturday. The Warriors opened as 6-point favorites.
As road favorites after a rout (win by 20 or more points) Golden State has gone 23-5 (82.1%) straight-up and 20-8 (71.4%) ATS since 2014-15. The Spurs are going to have their hands full.
Are you a current Bet Labs member?
If so, be sure to check out our new members-only nightly hangout
You can access the hangout by logging into your account