The Houston Rockets face the Golden State Warriors on the road on Saturday, December 3. The Rockets beat the Western Conference-leading Phoenix Suns 122-121 on Friday, December 2 to move to 6-16. The Rockets were 11.5 underdogs in the game.
The Warriors beat the Chicago Bulls 119-111 on Friday night to move to 12-11 and extend their home winning streak to nine games. These are the odds, injury reports, and starters for the Rockets vs Warriors’ December 3 matchup.
Houston Rockets vs Golden State Warriors odds
Wynnbet has the Rockets as +10.5 underdogs against the Warriors. The over/under for total points is 233.5 points. The Rockets’ over/under for points is 111.5, and the Warriors’ over/under for points is 122.5. ESPN analytics gives the Rockets an 84.7% chance to win the game.
Houston Rockets vs Golden State Warriors injury report
Jae’Sean Tate is the only Rocket on the injury list and will be out with an ankle injury. Tate is approaching the original timeline for his return from the injury. Eric Gordon will miss the game for rest.
The Warriors have two players listed as out. Andre Iguodala will miss the game with a hip injury, and Klay Thompson will be out for rest.
Houston Rockets vs Golden State Warriors starters
The Rockets started Jalen Green, Eric Gordon, Alperen Sengun, Jabari Smith Jr., and Kevin Porter Jr. Friday against the Suns. With Gordon out for rest, the Rockets will likely turn to Kenyon Martin Jr at small forward.
The Warriors started Draymond Green, Stephen Curry, Andrew Wiggins, Klay Thompson, and Kevon Looney. With Thompson out, the Warriors usually slot Jordan Poole into the starting lineup. The Warriors have gone 1-1 in those games, losing to Detroit Pistons and beating the San Antonio Spurs.
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