NBA regular season 2014/15 - Hawks, Warriors still on top!
Posted 06. march 2015
There is only 6 weeks till the playoffs - things will heat up in the Association. Everyone will probably remember this season as one of the most injury filled ones in last couple of years. We don't know is there something in the water or is this generation just so weak. Durant, Rose, Matthews - just some names. It's still anyones game, ok not anyones (sorry Knicks, Philly & Lakers), but the pressure in on!
- The Hawks are the NBA's most surprising team, a long-overlooked franchise that went unbeaten in January (during a 19-game winning streak) and had four players - Paul Millsap, Jeff Teague, Al Horford and Kyle Korver - in the All-Star Game. After a 7-6 start, they have won 41 of their last 48 games, their latest run of five in a row extended Tuesday when they rallied from an 18-point deficit to beat Houston. Atlanta has the league's best record (48-12), a half-game ahead of Golden State, and merely needs to win 12 of its last 22 games to ensure home court in the East.
- The last time Stephen Curry faced the Mavericks in Oakland, the All-Star put on a show that Golden State Warriors fans will certainly remember and Dallas would love to forget. Now Curry seeks another memorable outing as he attempts to lead the Western Conference-best Warriors to their 24th win in 25 home games Friday night with a sixth straight victory over the Mavericks.
Los Angeles Clippers - Golden State Warriors *
- Clippers have won 7 out of the last 10 matches.
- Warriors have also won 7 out of the last 10 matches.
- Blake Griffin will return on the court after 4 week long injury.
- Curry has shot at least 5 three's in the last 3 matches.
* odds will appear in the system on the game day