Golden State Warriors vs Los Angeles Clippers (odds, prediction, and betting tips February 14)

Emmanuel Ifabiyi
By Emmanuel Ifabiyi

After reviving their season, the Warriors host the Los Angeles Clippers at the Chase Center for their fourth and last regular season encounter between both teams. The Warriors will be looking to even out the season head-to-head against the Clippers, who have won the previous two matchups. 

The Clippers look to be struggling lately, especially in two of their last three games. However, their performance over the past weeks overshadows this current run of form and cements them as one of the league’s top contenders. With a commendable 7-3 record in their last ten matchups, they hold the third spot in the Western Conference, trailing the leaders by a mere 1.5 games. Contrastingly, the Warriors approach this game on the back of a five-game winning streak, underscoring their recent dominance. Winning seven of their last eight games, they enter the fray with formidable form. Despite facing two losses in three encounters against the Clippers this season, their lone victory was on home turf. They will be looking to keep their winning streak going here. 

The game starts at 22:00 ET on Wednesday, 14 February 2024. The game time by GMT is 03:00 a.m. on Thursday, February 15. The match venue is Chase Center, San Francisco, California.

Betting tips and match predictions for the Clippers vs Warriors (February 14) game are available in this article. The latest betting odds, key stats, team news, and projected starting lineups are previewed below.

Los Angeles Clippers vs Golden State Warriors latest odds on betting sites

The Clippers’ moneyline odds are priced at 2.40 (+140 American), while the Warriors’ moneyline odds are priced at 1.61 (-165). 


Clippers +3.5: 1.91 (-110)

Warriors -3.5: 1.9 (-110)


Over 233.0: 1.91 (-110)

Under 233.0: 1.91 (-110)

Golden State Warriors vs Los Angeles Clippers last game results

The Warriors extend their winning streak to five

  • In their most recent matchup against the Utah Jazz, the Warriors secured a convincing 129-107 victory on the road, marking their accent above a .500 winning percentage for the first time this season. This triumph extended their winning streak to five consecutive games, a season-best achievement.
  • Klay Thompson emerged as the game’s top scorer, notching 26 points. At the same time, Steph Curry demonstrated his versatility with a double-double, accumulating 25 points and ten assists, including seven successful three-pointers.
  • Andrew Wiggins contributed 17 points, showcasing an impressive 60% shooting accuracy from the field, while Jonathan Kuminga added 14 points to the team’s total. Draymond Green, a pivotal figure in the Warriors’ recent string of victories, concluded the game with a double-double, tallying 12 points and 10 rebounds.

Team statistics: 48/100 (48.0%) field goals, 20/44 (45.5%) 3-pointers, 13/17 (76.5%) free throws, 31 assists, 51 total rebounds, 4 blocks, 8 steals, 13 turnovers.

Warriors team news: Chris Paul (hand) is ruled out for the game.

The Clippers got obliterated by the Timberwolves

  • On Monday, the Los Angeles Clippers faced a tough challenge as they fell to the Minnesota Timberwolves with a final score of 121-100, marking their second loss in three games and bringing their season record to 35-17. The defeat meant the Timberwolves have won the last two games against the Clippers.
  • Throughout the matchup, the Clippers struggled to keep pace with the relentless defensive pressure imposed by the Minnesota Timberwolves. In particular, the second half proved particularly challenging for the Clippers, as they were outscored 72-47. 
  • Paul George scored 18 points, making 5 out of 16 shot attempts, while Kawhi Leonard contributed another 18 points, connecting on 8 out of 17 shots, and Harden added 17 points along with six assists. Russell Westbrook added 11 points and 2 steals from the bench.

Team statistics: 34/84 (40.5%) field goals, 9/28 (32.1%) 3-pointers, 23/26 (88.5%) free throws, 20 assists, 36 total rebounds, 6 steals, 3 blocks, 13 turnovers.

Clippers team news: Kawhi Leonard (left adductor strain) is ruled out of the game.

Clippers vs Warriors H2H

The Clippers and the Golden State Warriors have squared off 235 times in the history of regular-season matchups. Among these contests, the Clippers have secured victory in 97 instances, while the Warriors have emerged triumphant in 138 encounters.

Golden State Warriors vs Los Angeles Clippers lineups and key players

Golden State Warriors projected starting lineup: 

Point guard: Stephen Curry

Shooting guard: Klay Thompson

Small forward: Andrew Wiggins

Power forward: Jonathan Kuminga

Center: Kristaps Draymond Green

Stephen Curry is currently positioned as the eighth-highest scorer in the league, averaging 28 points per game. He showcased impressive form by amassing 72 points across two games, with his latest performance seeing him contribute 25 points. 

Los Angeles Clippers projected starting lineup: 

Point guard: James Harden

Shooting guard: Terence Mann

Small forward: Amir Coffey

Power forward: Paul George

Center: Ivica Zubac

Kawhi Leonard, the Clippers’ offensive leader, is maintaining an impressive 24.1 points per game for the season. Nevertheless, his recent decline in scoring, with an average of 19 points per game over the past three games, has significantly challenged the Clippers’ performance on the court.

Clippers vs Warriors predictions and betting tips

The Clippers have recently experienced a slump, losing their last three games, while the Warriors are enjoying a season-high five-game winning streak. Although the Warriors triumphed in their sole home game against the Clippers this season, the Clippers have managed to win their last four home games. Despite their recent losses to teams ranked first and sixth in the Western Conference, Los Angeles boasts a more well-rounded team.

In contrast, the Warriors’ winning streak has been formidable, with their only loss during this period coming from the 76ers, who are struggling in the absence of Joel Embiid. At the very least, it is anticipated that the Clippers will bounce back and put up a strong performance in the upcoming match.

The pick here is for the Los Angeles Clippers to cover the spread against the Golden State Warriors.

Betting prediction: Los Angeles Clippers +3.5

Odds: 1.91 (-110 American).