The Golden State Warriors (30-10) will look to Stephen Curry (sixth in the NBA, 26.8 points per game) as they try to beat Giannis Antetokounmpo (third in the league, 28.4) and the Milwaukee Bucks (26-17). ) Thursday. January 13, 2022 at the Fiserv Forum. The game starts at 7:30 pm ET. Read on for more information on how to watch this match live and FuboTV.
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Key stats for Bucks vs. Warriors
- The Bucks score 111.8 points per game, 10.5 points more than the 101.3 allowed by the Warriors.
- Milwaukee is 25-8 in scoring over 101.3 points.
- Golden State is 26-7 in allowing fewer than 111.8 points.
- The Warriors are averaging just 1.8 more points per game (109.8) than the Bucks allow their opponents to score (108).
- When he scores more than 108 points, Golden State is 21-0.
- Milwaukee’s record is 19-5 when giving up fewer than 109.8 points.
- The Warriors are the fifth rebounding team in the league, the Bucks are second.
- The Bucks grab 10.6 offensive rebounds per game, just 0.8 rebounds more than the Warriors’ average (9.8).
- The Bucks are the ninth best rebounding team in the league, the Warriors are ranked 20th.
Bucks players to watch
- The leading scorer and rebounder for the Bucks is Antetokounmpo, who is averaging 28.4 points and 11.4 rebounds per game.
- Jrue Holiday is Milwaukee’s best passer, dishing out 6.7 assists per game and scoring 18.4 PPG.
- Grayson Allen leads the Bucks in 3-point shooting, averaging 2.7 shots per game from beyond the arc.
- Holiday is Milwaukee’s leader in steals, averaging 1.6 steals per game, while Antetokounmpo leads them in blocks at 1.4 per game.
Warriors players to watch
- Draymond Green leads the Warriors in rebounding and assists with 7.6 rebounds and 7.4 assists per game.
- Curry scores 26.8 points per game, which puts him at the top of Golden State’s scoring standings. He also captures 5.5 rebounds and adds 6.1 assists per game.
- Curry makes five 3-pointers per game, the most by the Warriors.
- Curry (1.4 steals per game) is Golden State’s steals leader, while Green (1.2 blocks per game) is the blocks leader.