The last time we saw the Utah Jazz in action, they snapped a five-game losing streak. Tonight, the Golden State Warriors will be looking to break their own slip. They’ve lost four in a row.The Jazz (46-21) will not make it easy for them. the Warriors (48-29) will be without Steph Curry for the remainder of the regular season. Meanwhile, the Jazz will enjoy the company of most of their rotation regulars. When that’s the case, this team is tough to beat.
Especially with your best player on the sidelines.
Utah Jazz vs Golden State Warriors odds tonight
According to WynnBet, the Jazz are 1.5 point favorites to win this one tonight, and -125 point favorites on the money line. The Warriors are +105 point underdogs.
The over/under is currently set at 217.5 points.
Utah Jazz starting lineup
Quin Snyder should be able to deploy his favorite starting lineup of Mike Conley, Donovan Mitchell, Bojan Bogdanovic, Royce O’Neale and Rudy Gobert in this contest.
Utah Jazz Injury Report
The Jazz may be forced to play small in place of the big man backup tonight. Hassan Whiteside is questionable with a foot injury, while Udoka Azubuike is out for the season.
Prediction Utah Jazz vs Golden State Warriors
We’re really scared to predict a Utah Jazz win here.
We haven’t had a great track record lately. Of course, the Jazz may have been unpredictable.
We always go there. The Warriors have been a mess in Curry’s absence, giving up winnable games to the Wizards and Hawks in that recent slip-up. Without him, they’re a hodgepodge of role-playing veterans and intriguing prospects. They’re not built to beat the Utah Jazz.
Fans of the team should hope they won’t make us swallow our words. If they do, we will employ a George Costanza method to make predictions by following the opposite of our instincts from that point on.
Prediction: Jazz 116, Warriors 107
Utah Jazz vs. Golden State Warriors TV Channel
Bay Area fans can catch this game on NBC Sports Bay Area Plus, while those in Salt Lake City should tune in to AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain.
Utah Jazz schedule and next game
The end of the season is in sight, but the Jazz must focus on the moment. They will face the surging Memphis Grizzlies on April 5.
The following night they will play tanking Oklahoma City Thunder. They conclude the regular season by facing the Phoenix Suns on April 8 and the Portland Trail Blazers on April 10.