Houston Rockets vs. Golden State Warriors - 1/20/18 NBA Pick, Odds, and Prediction

Houston Rockets vs. Golden State Warriors - 1/20/18 NBA Pick, Odds, and Prediction

Houston Rockets vs. Golden State Warriors - 1/20/18 NBA Pick, Odds, and Prediction

Because of his recent hamstring injury that sidelined him for seven games, James Harden was limited to 34 minutes in his second game back, but caught fire early, three three-pointers and 11 points, finishing the game with 22 points and five three-point shots. What followed was back-and-forth battle that came out with the Rockets on top.

Star centre Clint Capela has added fuel to the blossoming Golden State Warriors vs Houston Rockets rivalry by claiming that his team "is better" than the reigning National Basketball Association champions. Kevin Durant paced Golden State with 26 points and seven rebounds while Draymond Green added 21 points, seven boards and six assists. Paul George had 36 points and seven rebounds, Carmelo Anthony had 29 points and 10 rebounds, Russell Westbrook had 23 points, 20 assists and nine rebounds, and Stephen Adams had 25 points and 10 rebounds on 12-of-13 shooting.

"Shots go in or shots don't, but you can control turnovers", Kerr said. "We are better than them", said Capela, a contender to win the Most Improved Player award.

In the meantime, he and the Cavs must try to sort themselves out after the Thunder's 148 points tied the club record for the most scored against Cleveland in a non-overtime game. They needed less than two minutes to take their first lead since the first minute. They finished with 19 and eight points, respectively.

"I don't think I have ever in my basketball life given up 148 points". No one is going to feel sorry for us. "Who we play on Tuesday?"

"We've got to really look in the mirror, look at ourselves and get some pride", said Cavaliers guard Isaiah Thomas.

The Warriors had outscored the Rockets, 11-2, to head into the fourth quarter within one.

The 76ers moved into sixth place in the East with a 116-94 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks in Philadelphia.

That tandem combined for just 14 points on 17 shots at the break, but the Warriors got bench scoring from David West and Young to maintain contact.

The Bucks, who had sat at sixth in the East going into the contest, had to make do without an All-Star of their own as Giannis Antetokounmpo sat out with a sore right knee.

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