Golden State’s five-game winning streak came to an end on Wednesday night when the Warriors fell to the visiting Los Angeles Clippers 130-125. During their streak, the Warriors put together a string of impressive wins, beating a group of teams that included the Phoenix Suns and Philadelphia 76ers.

The Warriors go right back to work on Thursday night with a road game against the Utah Jazz -- a team they just visited three nights ago. Golden State is making a second straight road trip to Utah because Thursday’s game is the makeup date for a Jan. 17 matchup that was postponed due to the death of Warriors assistant coach Dejan Milojevic earlier that day.

On Monday night, Golden State beat Utah 129-107 for the last of its five straight wins. The Warriors shot 46 percent from 3-point range in that game, as the home team struggled to keep up with the visitors’ pace. The Jazz ultimately fell short, but they have a chance to tie the season series at one game apiece on Thursday night.

The NBA All-Star break will follow this game, so I have focused on it by preparing a same-game parlay that includes picks involving Steph Curry and Collin Sexton.

Best NBA Same-Game Parlay Picks Today for Golden State Warriors vs. Utah Jazz - 4 Legs Parlay Picks (+600)Moneyline

Leg-1 SGP Pick: Golden State Warriors Moneyline (-135)
Steph Curry Three Pointers

Leg-2 SGP Pick: Steph Curry 6+ Three Pointers (-105)

Lauri Markkanen Three Pointers

Leg-3 SGP Pick: Lauri Markkanen 3+ Three Pointers (-145):

Collin Sexton Points

Leg-4 SGP Pick: Collin Sexton 15+ Points (-370)

Warriors vs Jazz Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NBA Betting Lines 2/15

Moneyline: Golden State Warriors +105, Utah Jazz -125
Spread: Warriors -1.5 (-115), Jazz +1.5 (+105)
Total: Over/Under 239.5 points

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NBA Schedule Today, Feb. 15 – Game info - Golden State Warriors vs. Utah Jazz

2023-24 NBA Regular Season Game
Golden State Warriors (26-25, 12-12 Away) vs. Utah Jazz (30-19, 17-9 Home)
Date: Thursday, Feb. 15
Time: 9 p.m. ET
Venue: Delta Center in Salt Lake City, Utah
TV Channel: ROOT Sports Northwest, NBC Sports Bay Area
Live Stream: fuboTV
Live Radio: 95.7 The Game

Golden State Warriors vs. Utah Jazz Injury Report

Warriors guard Chris Paul is recovering from hand surgery and will be re-evaluated in early March. He is currently the only player on the Warriors’ injury report.

The Jazz have no current injuries to report.

Golden State Warriors vs. Utah Jazz Prediction and Pick

Utah will be trying to snap a three-game losing streak at home on Thursday, but defense has been an issue for the Jazz throughout the 2023-24 season. This team leaks a lot of points, and in their last five games, the Jazz are allowing an average of 124 points per game – a league-high during that span.

The Jazz are currently in 11th place in the Western Conference, just one spot behind the Warriors, who recently passed Utah with their five-game winning streak. Golden State also has three games in hand.

Utah will be hoping to improve upon its shooting performance in Wednesday night’s 138-122 loss to the Los Angeles Lakers. That would be a particularly important improvement for Lauri Markkanen. The Jazz forward went just 6-for-15 from the field and 2-for-7 from 3-point range against the Lakers, shooting well below his typical standards. A bounce-back performance against the Warriors, who might struggle to match up with the dynamic Markkanen, could be on the cards for tonight's game.

Fellow Jazz forward John Collins has struggled from 3-point range on the offensive end, but he is rebounding extremely well for Utah this season and could have a big night on the glass with the Warriors bringing their high volume of shots to town.

Utah’s perimeter defense is a major weakness, and I’m not sure how it matches up with the Warriors, particularly given Steph Curry’s recent form from behind the arc.

The Jazz allow opponents to shoot 38.8 percent from 3-point range. Only two NBA teams are giving up a greater percentage this season, and that weakness proved fatal to Utah when it lost to the Warriors on Monday night.

Curry has hit at least seven 3-pointers in each of his last four games, including a 7-for-16 performance in Monday’s win over the Jazz. The Warriors guard is in top form right now and feeling it from behind the arc, which doesn’t bode well for a Jazz team that struggles to defend the against the three during the best of times.

The Warriors are averaging 125 points per game over their last five, and their 98.2 field goal attempts per game in that time frame tops the league. They’ll be shooting at volume against a weak Jazz defense, and Utah will need its best shooters to be at their best if the Jazz want to hang with the Dubs.

I expect to see a bounce-back shooting performance from Markkanen and a volley of 3-pointers from Curry in a game that might get away from the Jazz if they’re not efficient. The trend favors the Warriors right now, so I’m taking them on the moneyline in this NBA same-game parlay prediction.

The Pick: Golden State Warriors Moneyline (-130)

Best NBA Player-Prop Bets Tonight for Golden State Warriors vs. Utah Jazz

Steph Curry Three Pointers

Steph Curry’s shooting from 3-point range over the past few days has been superb, and he appears to be at his very best when he gets behind the arc. He’s shooting threes at a 48.2 percent success rate in February, which would be his best percentage month if he can maintain that pace. His numbers appear even more impressive because they are weighed down by a 1-for-4 off-night against the 76ers earlier in the month.

Curry hit nine threes against both the Clippers and the Suns, and this matchup against the Jazz should mean another high-scoring night for the Warriors’ 10-time NBA All Star.

Utah allows opponents to take 37 shots per game from 3-point range, and those opponents are hitting threes at a rate of 38.8 percent. That puts the Jazz in the NBA’s bottom three when it comes to opposing teams’ 3-point percentage this season. Golden State will take advantage of that, and Curry will lead the charge.

The Pick: Steph Curry Over 5.5 Three-Pointers (-105)

John Collins Rebounds

The Golden State Warriors don’t allow as many rebounds as I tend to think they do. Indeed, this team ranks in the NBA’s top 12 for both defensive rebounds and total rebounds allowed. They’re strong under the rim, and that could limit Utah’s John Collins from collecting a lot of boards.

The Jazz forward has settled in as a solid rebounder for his new team this season, but he only picked up seven in the loss to the Warriors on Monday.

His line for Thursday is set at 8.5 -- a number he has gone over in every other February game. I think the Warriors will box him out again, and with Golden State’s high-percentage shooting performance, Collins should come in under 8.5 boards against the Dubs for the second time in a week.

The Pick: John Collins Under 8.5 Rebounds (+105)

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