Golden State vs Denver preview

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Only two games scheduled for tonight in NBA: San Antonio @ Miami and Denver @ Golden State. I bet on the second match.

NBA
Regular season
Friday, November 30, 2012 – 04:30 CET
(CET is central europe time)

GOLDEN STATE  vs DENVER
Oracle Arena, Oakland, CA – USA

As I want to write about Golden State (8-6) the first thing to do is to check the NBA injuries list. Here we find that the Warriors are without Richard Jefferson, Andrew Bogut and Brandon Rush. Coach Mark Jackson knows this is something bad for the team: “We’re 8-6 without our starting center (Andrew Bogut), without our sixth man (Brandon Rush), with a bunch of young guys that just flat-out compete,” Jackson said. “There’s going to be some tough nights for us, I don’t have to be a prophet to tell you that, but this team has something about it that refuses to let go of the rope.” (Jackson’s words by NBA.com)

Denver (8-7) already met Golden State twice this season: two wins for the Nuggets. The question is: can Denver win this game too? My answer is yes, they can. I am confident in a Denver victory because of Danilo Gallinari. As The Denver Post reports forward Danilo Gallinari has been battling a touch of the flu lately, but will play again Thursday. Check the money line odds before betting: I did it in uk.infobetting.com and I chose Denver.

Denver @ 1.76
stake 4/100

Golden State – Denver 106 – 105
♦ -4.00 units ♦
Unlucky days for me. Anyway, nothing to regret.

My 2012 bets
N° Proofed Tips: 61
Results (W-D-L): 34-0-27
Staked: 369.00 units
Won : 298.62 units
Profit: -70.38 units

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