Golden State Warriors vs Philadelphia 76ers (odds, prediction, and betting tips January 30)

Emmanuel Ifabiyi
By Emmanuel Ifabiyi

The struggling Golden State Warriors are set to host the Philadelphia 76ers at the Chase Center for their first meeting against each other this season. The Philadelphia 76ers, who might enter this game short-handed, will be looking to fend off the angry Warriors team, who are desperate to improve their standing in the Western Conference. 

The Warriors are 12th in the Western Conference with a 19-24 record. They are currently on a two-game losing streak, with their last loss coming off a very close high-intensity game against the Los Angeles Lakers. The game went to double overtime and was pure entertainment as both teams were desperate for the win. Warriors will be looking to snap their losing streak here. The Philadelphia 76ers, on the other hand, are third in the Eastern Conference behind the Boston Celtics and the Milwaukee Bucks, who occupy first and second positions, respectively. The 76ers are now on a three-game losing streak, mainly because the team is plagued with injury, consequently missing their star players on the floor. Their last game was a 104-130 blowout loss to the Portland Trail Blazers. 

The game starts at 22:00 ET on Tuesday, 30 January 2024. The game time by GMT is 03:00 a.m. on Wednesday, January 31. The match venue is Chase Center, San Francisco, California.

Betting tips and match predictions for the 76ers vs Warriors (January 30) game are available in this article. The latest betting odds, key stats, team news, and projected starting lineups are previewed below.

Golden State Warriors vs Philadelphia 76ers latest odds on betting sites

The Warriors’ moneyline odds are priced at 1.53 (-190 American), while the 76ers’ moneyline odds are priced at 2.55 (+155). 


Warriors -4.5: 1.91 (-110)

76ers +4.5: 1.9 (-110)


Over 235.5: 1.91 (-110)

Under 235.5: 1.91 (-110)

Golden State Warriors vs Philadelphia 76ers last game results

The Warriors lost two in a row

  • The Warriors and the Los Angeles Lakers gave NBA fans worldwide a show in their double-overtime thriller when they faced off on Saturday. Stephen Curry led the Warriors in points in the loss with a season-high 46 points, with nine three-pointers made. It was one of those nights for Curry, as he was unstoppable against the Lakers.
  • Klay Thompson followed up with 24 points, 4 rebounds and 4 assists. Jonathan Kuminga tallied 22 points and 9 boards, while Andrew Wiggins also had 22 points, coupled with 2 steals. 
  • Draymond Green was outstanding for the Warriors; he double-doubled in rebounds and assists as he finished the game with 14 rebounds and 11 assists. 

Team statistics: 55/119 (46.2%) field goals, 23/58 (39.7%) 3-pointers, 11/16 (68.8%) free throws, 37 assists, 50 total rebounds, 3 blocks, 11 steals, 17 turnovers.

Warriors team news: Chris Paul (hand) and Gary Payton II (hamstring) are ruled out for this game, while Moses Moody (calf) is questionable.

The 76ers are now on a three-game losing streak

  • The Philadelphia 76ers have been struggling lately, mainly because their key players are unavailable due to injury. The 76ers, in their most recent game, played the Portland Trail Blazers without two main players from their starting five. In the  104-130 loss, it was Kelly Oubre Jr. who led the 76ers with 26 points and 6 rebounds. 
  • Patrick Beverly followed up with 14 points and 5 assists as the starting point guard. Paul Reed, who started as center in Embiid’s absence, could only drop 11 points and 6 rebounds. Tobias Harris also added 11 points and got 4 rebounds. 
  • The game finished with only three 76ers scoring double digits in points as the superstars’ absence was felt. 

Team statistics: 37/83 (44.6%) field goals, 5/29 (17.2%) 3-pointers, 25/28 (89.3%) free throws, 17 assists, 34 total rebounds, 6 steals, 5 blocks, 14 turnovers.

76ers team news: Robert Covington (knee), De’Anthony Melton (back), and Kenneth Lofton Jr. (personal) are ruled out of the game, while Joel Embiid (knee) and Tyrese Maxey (ankle) are questionable. 

76ers vs Warriors H2H

In the regular season, the 76ers and the Golden State Warriors have faced off 325 times, with the 76ers emerging victorious in 170 contests while the Warriors have clinched 155 wins. The Warriors won the last time they faced off. 

Golden State Warriors vs Philadelphia 76ers 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: Draymond Green

Stephen Curry is the only reason the Warriors hope to make the playoffs this season. It’s likely via the play-in route, as the Warriors have been poor this season. Stephen Curry averages 27.0 points per game despite how bad of a season the Warriors are having.

Philadelphia 76ers projected starting lineup: 

Point guard: Patrick Beverly

Shooting guard: Kelly Oubre Jr.

Small forward: Nicolas Batum

Power forward: Tobias Harris

Center: Paul Reed

Joel Embiid has been on a tear this season. The 76ers won’t be high up in the Eastern Conference standings without him. The reigning MVP is leading the league in points per game with 36. He’s also key to the 76ers paint protection, as he utilizes his size exceptionally well. 

76ers vs Warriors predictions and betting tips

Following close defeats against the Kings and Lakers, the Warriors are poised to bounce back enthusiastically against the 76ers. Golden State desperately needs a victory, and with Embiid’s availability uncertain until game day, this presents an opportune moment for them to secure a win.

Even if Joel Embiid takes the court at Chase Center, the Sixers could face challenges, particularly on the second night of a back-to-back schedule. Considering Tyrese Maxey’s questionable status and the Warriors’ ample rest leading up to the matchup, the odds favor Golden State emerging victorious in this contest.

The pick here is for the Golden State Warriors to win against the Philadelphia 76ers.

Betting prediction: Golden State Warriors to win

Odds: 1.53 (-190 American).