NBA Live Betting: Can the Warriors go 20 Straight?

Published December 2, 2015 by Sol FH

NBA Live Betting: Can the Warriors go 20 Straight?

The Golden State Warriors have a chance to go 20-0 tonight at 00:00 GMT against the Hornets.

Led by Steph Curry, the Golden State Warriors are already into a record breaking season and it doesn't need to end anytime soon. They broke the record for best start to an NBA regular season two games ago and tonight, they have a chance to do even more damage against the 7th place team in the Eastern Conference the Charlotte Hornets.

The Hornets are 10-7 and do not look half bad when they are on and when they are at home. Tonight is one of those home games, and the Hornets have an 8-2 record at Time Warner Cable Arena. They will need all of the advantages they can get to stop the Warriors though, as this team looks like they could breeze through the whole season with very few losses.

It will be interesting for Curry tonight, as Charlotte is the NBA MVP's home town. Surely a bitter sweet moment, but he won't mind getting another win under his belt. Curry has been unstoppable so far, and has found ways to make scoring bursts, which is the main reason they were able to beat the improving Jazz.

Unfortunately for the Hornets, they will need to play without Al Jefferson, out for a couple of weeks after straining his calf. Jeremy Lin is also questionable for tonight still suffering from a sprained ankle. The Hornets will need huge games from Kemba Walker, Jeremy Lamb and Nicolas Batum if they are going to challenge the Warriors.

Bet on 20-0 run

Bet365 Sports is offering attractive wagering markets for tonight's game and it may come as no surprise that the Warriors are well out in front at 1.20. Punters that think their time is up and they are due for a loss will get sweet odds of 4.75 for a Hornets victory.

Check out the live in play bets too and maximize NBA gambling profits.

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See also

NBA Wednesday Night Action: Jazz vs. Warriors

Warriors vs Thunder: NBA Action at its Finest

NBA Conference Finals: Who Will Join Warriors In NBA Finals?


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