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The Warriors look to extend their streak of 130 consecutive games without back-to-back losses

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Regular Season | Game 46 | Road Game 23
Golden State Warriors
38-7
(21-23-1 ATS, 19-26 O/U)
vs
Charlotte Hornets
23-22
(21-23-1 ATS, 23-22 O/U)
How To Watch
Wednesday, January 25th, 2017
Spectrum Center, Charlotte, NC
5:00 P.M. (PST)
ESPN | CSN Bay Area| 95.7 The Game | WatchESPN
Blog Buddy: At The Hive
Point Spread
Golden State -10.5 Charlotte+10.5
Money Line
Golden State -600 Charlotte +475
Over/Under Total

223 Total Points

The Golden State Warriors look to finish their four-game road trip on a high note, as they take on the Charlotte Hornets Wednesday night on ESPN. Golden State has not lost back-to-back games in an NBA record 130 consecutive games. The matchup versus Charlotte is the first of two meetings between the two teams this season.

The Warriors are favored by 10.5 points, marking the 34th game this season they are favored by double-digits. Golden State is 14-19 ATS in games which they are favored by at least 10 points.

The over/under total is currently set at 223 total points. Steph Curry usually puts on quite the show when he plays his home town Hornets, averaging 27.3 points per game on 51% shooting from the field. To make matters even better, Golden State averages 121.6 points in games following a loss.

However, the Hornets could be without a handful of players for their prime time matchup against the Warriors. According to Nicklaus Denning of At The Hive:

Cody Zeller is questionable with a bruised quad, Frank Kaminsky is questionable with a nasal fracture, and Jeremy Lamb has been “upgraded” to questionable as he continues to recover from an inflamed metatarsal. And let’s not forget Marvin Williams, who suffered a toe contusion on Monday, and while he returned, will likely still be feeling the effects of it.

Kemba Walker and Brian Roberts are also listed as probable due to illness. As for Golden State, David West remains out with a fractured thumb.