Kings vs. Warriors NBA Predictions Against the Spread 11/27/17

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The Warriors have dominated the rivalry in recent years, winning 13 in a row over their neighbors to the north before the Kings handed Golden State one of its 15 losses last season, 109-106 in overtime in February. The Warriors won, 110-95.

The Warriors will be without both Curry and Kevin Durant (ankle) on Monday, as they'll play it safe with a six-game road trip coming up, which begins Wednesday in Los Angeles.

Curry is dealing with a right hand contusion while Durant is nursing a sprained left ankle.

He played over 30 minutes Saturday night in the win over New Orleans with Durant out and Draymond Green hampered by foul trouble.

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Team Effort Drives Big Win Against Warriors

Before - or after, we don't know the time this video was taken - a recent Warriors game, a video has been shot, showing Steph Curry straight up ignoring a young fan who wanted Curry to sign his jersey, and has already racked up 42,000 views in 2 days. Since playing against his former Thunder squad, Durant has missed the Warriors' last two games.

The absence of Durant and Curry probably will elevate Omri Casspi and Shaun Livingston into the starting lineup Monday night. Stephen Curry shook off a horrific 0-of-10 start to finish with a team-high 27 points, while Splash Brother Klay Thompson chipped in with 24 points and Andre Iguodala had 14 off the bench. Harry Giles is out with a knee injury but no other player is listed on their injury report.

"It's great for the fans because they get to see how talented our team really is", Thompson said.

Buddy Hield led a late Kings rally with 16 fourth-quarter points, but his tough jumper over one of the league's top defenders, Clippers center DeAndre Jordan, was off the mark at the horn, leaving Sacramento two points short.

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