Knicks vs. Warriors NBA Preview (3/18/24): Odds, Lineups & Injuries

Written By Editorial Team on March 18, 2024 - Last Updated on March 21, 2024
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Knicks vs. Warriors NBA Preview (3/18/24): Odds, Lineups & Injuries

The Knicks continue their West Coast trip, taking on the Golden State Warriors at 10:00 ET on ESPN. The Warriors won the prior meeting vs. the Knicks, 110-99. Get odds, team stats, starting lineups and injuries for tonight’s Knicks vs. Warriors outing.

Knicks vs. Warriors pregame odds

NBA betting odds point to the Warriors as -5.5-point favorites tonight, with an over/under of 211.5 points. Golden State covered this number in a meeting earlier this season, while the total went under. The Warriors will look to cover a small spread at home, where they have been successful. Current Massachusetts sports betting odds for tonight’s game are:

  • DraftKingsWarriors -5, over/under 211.5
  • FanDuelWarriors -5.5, over/under 211.0
  • Caesars: Warriors -5.5, over/under 211.0
  • BetMGM: Warriors -5.5, over/under 211.5

Odds are subject to change and vary between sportsbooks for the Knicks vs. Warriors. 

Knicks vs. Warriors projected starting lineups (3/18/24)

Knicks starting lineup

PG: Jalen Brunson
SG: Dante DiVincenzo
SF: Josh Hart
PF: Precious Achiuwa
C: Isaiah Hartenstein

Warriors starting lineup

PG: Stephen Curry
SG: Brandin Podziemski
SF: Andrew Wiggins
PF: Jonathan Kuminga
C: Draymond Green

Projected starting lineups & injuries for each team are provided by Sportsdata.

Knicks vs. Warriors injuries for tonight’s game

The Knicks will be without Julius Randle and Mitchell Robinson again tonight vs. Golden State. OG Anunoby will be out tonight due to a recent elbow injury. Precious Achiuwa will start in his place.

Team standings & stats for tonight’s game

New York Knicks team stats ahead of tonight’s game

The New York Knicks have won three straight heading into tonight and are 40-27, good for 4th in the Eastern Conference. They are coming off a 98-91 win over the Sacramento Kings, where Jalen Brunson scored 42 points. The Knicks continue to hold opponents under 100 points and are 2nd in points allowed this season. New York will look to slow down one of the league’s top offenses.

  • Points per game: 111.9 (24th)
  • Points allowed per game: 107.8 (2nd)
  • Rebounds per game: 45.9 (5th)
  • Assists per game: 23.8 (29th)
  • FG%: 46.1 (25th)
  • 3PT%: 35.9 (18th)

Golden State Warriors team stats ahead of tonight’s game

Golden State looks to improve their 9th place standing in the Western Conference, sitting at 35-31. They are 6-4 in their last ten games and topped the Lakers 128-21 on Saturday. Stephen Curry is back healthy, scoring 31 points vs. Los Angeles. At full strength, the Warriors rank top ten in various offensive categories. Going up against Brunson and the Knicks, the Warriors will need to slow him down.

  • Points per game: 118.4 (7th)
  • Points allowed per game: 116.8 (19th)
  • Rebounds per game: 46.7 (2nd)
  • Assists per game: 29.0 (5th)
  • FG%: 47.2 (16th)
  • 3PT%: 37.6 (8th)

Player stats for Knicks vs. Warriors on March 18

New York Knicks leaders ahead of tonight’s game

Jalen Brunson led all scorers with 42 points in the win over Sacramento. Isaiah Hartenstein also pulled in 14 rebounds. Here are the top five players for New York from that victory:

  • Jalen Brunson (PG): 42 PTS, 4 RBS, 2 ASTS
  • Dante DiVincenzo (SG): 15 PTS, 2 RBS, 2 ASTS
  • Josh Hart (SF): 9 PTS, 13 RBS, 3 ASTS
  • Isaiah Hartenstein (C): 7 PTS, 14 RBS, 3 ASTS
  • OG Anunoby (SF): 2 PTS, 6 RBS, 2 AST

New York has suffered a lot of injuries and gone through transactional changes this season. Brunson leads all scorers on the Knicks, with 27.5 points. After beating the Warriors, the Knicks play the Denver Nuggets on Thursday. Here are New York season leaders heading into tonight’s game:

  • Jalen Brunson: 27.5 PPG, 3.6 RPG, 6.4 APG
  • OG Anunoby: 14.5 PPG, 4.9 RPG, 1.6 APG
  • Donte DiVincenzo: 14.3 PPG, 3.5 RPG, 2.6 APG
  • Bojan Bogdanovic: 11.6 PPG, 2.5 RPG, 1.0 APG
  • Josh Hart.: 9.1 PPG, 8.0 RPG, 3.6 APG

Golden State Warriors leaders ahead of tonight’s game

In Stephen Curry’s return, the Warriors won 128-111 with Stephen Curry scoring 31 points. Jonathan Kuminga also added 23 points. Here are the Warriors top performers from their victory in LA:

  • Stephen Curry (PG): 31 PTS, 6 RBS, 5 ASTS
  • Klay Thompson (SG): 26 PTS, 4 RBS, 3 ASTS
  • Jonathan Kuminga (PF): 23 PTS, 2 RBS, 4 ASTS
  • Andrew Wiggins (SF): 16 PTS, 6 RBS, 1 AST
  • Draymond Green (C): 6 PTS, 12 RBS, 13 ASTS

Golden State has four double-digit scorers on their roster this season, led by Stephen Curry. After losing to the Knicks, the Warriors host the Memphis Grizzlies. Here are the top five Warriors players based on current season stats:

  • Stephen Curry: 27.0 PPG, 4.4 RPG, 4.9 APG
  • Klay Thompson: 17.2 PPG, 3.4 RPG, 2.2 APG
  • Jonathan Kuminga: 16.2 PPG, 4.8 RPG, 2.1 APG
  • Andrew Wiggins: 12.6 PPG 4.2 RPG, 1.7 APG
  • Brandin Pdziemski: 9.6 PPG, 5.8 PRG, 3.9 APG
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