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Warriors vs. 76ers: Predictions, picks, odds, injuries for Wednesday NBA action


Warriors looking to make it four wins in five games in Wednesday’s matchup.

There’s a week and a half left until NBA All-Star weekend and teams have a handful of games left until the break. Wednesday’s NBA action includes multiple inter-conference matchups, including the Golden State Warriors (22-25) taking on the Philadelphia 76ers (30-19) on the road.

The Warriors have won three of their last four games, including a 109-98 win over the Brooklyn Nets on Monday. All-Star guard Stephen Curry‘s averaged 36.5 points in that stretch, including a 60-point effort in the Warriors’ 141-134 overtime loss to the Atlanta Hawks last Saturday.

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Philadelphia’s coming into Wednesday’s game after learning defending MVP Joel Embiid will miss time due to a knee procedure. Embiid injured his knee in the 76ers’ most recent game against the Warriors and will be out for multiple weeks. The 76ers have lost their last two games by a combined 31 points: 136-121 to the Nets and 118-102 to the Dallas Mavericks.

This is the second and last time these two teams will meet in the regular season. Golden State won the first matchup 119-107.

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Warriors vs. 76ers predictions

SportsBook Wire: 76ers 120, Warriors 115

Staff notes that with the moneyline for this game, Philadelphia has an implied win probability of 50.5%.

ESPN: 76ers have a 53.4% chance of winning

ESPN’s basketball power index (BPI) rates the Warriors (2.3) ahead of the 76ers (-0.2). Philadelphia is 17-8 at home and Golden State is 9-12 on the road, giving the edge to the 76ers.

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Michael Briggs writes, “With Klay Thompson riding the bench late in games due to lackluster shooting and Green iffy to play, the Warriors aren’t at 100 percent. They may have beaten Philly at home a few games ago, but I don’t envision lightning striking twice. Bet on the 76ers to win Wednesday.”

Doc’s Sports: Warriors win

Guy Bruhn says Curry played a big role in the last matchup and will once again.

Warriors vs. 76ers lines, betting odds

The Warriors are favored to defeat the 76ers Wednesday night, according to the BetMGM odds. Looking to wager? Check out the best mobile sports betting apps offering betting promos in 2024.

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  • Spread: Golden State (-1.5)
  • Moneyline: Golden State (-115); Philadelphia (-105)
  • Over/under: 237.5

Warriors vs. 76ers injury news

Golden State Warriors:

Player Injury Timeline
F Draymond Green Knee Game-time decision
G Chris Paul Hand Out
G Gary Payton Hamstring Game-time decision
F Andrew Wiggins Ankle Game-time decision
According to RotoWire

Philadelphia 76ers:

Player Injury Timeline
C Joel Embiid Knee Out for 6-8 weeks
F Nicolas Batum Hamstring Out
G De’Anthony Melton Back Out for 2 weeks
F Robert Covington Knee Out
According to RotoWire

How to watch Warriors vs. 76ers, TV Channel, streaming info

  • Game day: Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024
  • Game time: 7:30 p.m., ET
  • TV channel: ESPN
  • Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Arena: Wells Fargo Center
  • Live stream: Watch on Fubo; ESPN+
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