Kevon Looney Over 10 Rebounds
Kevon Looney had an absolutely monster performance on the boards in game 3 securing a whopping 20 rebounds in 31 minutes of playing time. Looney has been averaging 10.5 rebounds in the Warriors last 10 games and averages 12 rebounds per game vs. Sacramento in both the regular season and in this playoff series.
Looney’s playing time has increased this series to almost 30 minutes per game up 5 minutes from his regular season average of 25 minutes. The increase in minutes give Looney more opportunity on both the offensive and defensive ends to hit the 10 rebound line.
I expect the Warriors to easily win game 4 to tie the series up tonight and have all their players make an impact on the floor. Looney’s impact will of course be on boards and the 10 rebound line is easily within reach given Looney’s performance of late.
Hammer the over 10 rebound line for Kevon Looney today against the Sacramento Kings.
Steph Curry Over 4.5 3-Pointers Made
Steph Curry has been shooting from deep with extremely high volume, he is averaging 13 3-point attempts in the Warriors last 4 games and has hit 5 3-pointers in each of those 4 games, while going 4 for 5 from deep in the Warriors last 5 contests.
Steph has a whopping 50% success rate from deep against Sacramento in both the regular season and postseason and shoots 45% from deep at home. Averaging 35 minutes per game and being the Warriors number 1 scoring option, Curry is going to have plenty of opportunity to hit 5 3-pointers; he hit 7 and 8 3-pointers in the Warriors final regular season games when their playoff seeding was on the line.
This is a pivotal game where the Warriors need to tie up the series before going back to Sacramento for Game 5. I take experience here from one of the world’s best players for Curry to have an MVP level game. We’re riding the over 4.5 3-point line today for Steph vs. the Kings.