Who will win ‘Away win rate 15% vs Home win rate 80%’?
- on Dec 13, 2022
Golden State, which is recording the worst away game record, has once again organized an expedition to overcome ‘away phobia’.
On the morning of the 14th (Wednesday), the Golden State Warriors (GSW) vs. the Milwaukee Bucks (MIL) will face off in the 2022-23 NBA regular season game.
Golden State, which broke its losing streak by beating last year’s finals opponent, the Boston Celtics, will start a six-game series of difficult Eastern Conference expeditions, starting with Milwaukee, then Indiana, Philadelphia, Toronto, New York, and Brooklyn.
But the atmosphere is not good. This season’s away performance is 2 wins and 11 losses in 13 matches (15.38% win rate), and is worse than Houston (3/16, win rate 18.75%), the lowest in the West. In the NBA as a whole, it is second from the bottom after the Orlando Magic (1/12, 8.3%).
What is encouraging is that the ‘Splash Duo’ Curry and Klay Thompson both scored over 30 points and revived their firepower. With Andrew Wiggins’ long absence, on defense, Draymond Green and Kevon Rooney will need to control the ‘Greek monster’ Antetokounmpo.
However, I am afraid from the first opponent. Milwaukee, the first opponent of Golden State’s 6-game road trip, seeks a home game victory to wash away the regret of losing the previous game and chase leader Boston.
Milwaukee had the worst result in the previous Houston expedition, with Antetokounmpo only scoring 16 points in 37 minutes, and Chris Middleton was unable to return to the court after leaving due to an ankle injury suffered early in the second quarter.
However, as they boast an 80% home win rate (12/15) along with an overwhelming performance in second place, defeat in this match is out of their interest. Of course, in order to win, Curry (32 points) and Thompson (34 points), who played very well against Boston, must be blocked by Halladay and Grayson Allen. 메이저놀이터
The players to be noticed in this game are Stephen Curry and Giannis Adetokounm, who are the aces of both teams. Curry, who took a one-game break after the sluggish Indiana game, made a big success against Boston in the previous game with 32 points and 7 assists, including 6 3-pointers. Curry, who has shaken off his sluggishness, this time meets ‘NBA’s best backcourt defender’, Zhuru Halladay. Antetokounmpo, who was tied up by Houston’s defense in the previous game, seeks a rebound at home. The point to watch is whether Antetokounmpo, who lost face to the lowest-ranked team in the Western Conference, can bomb Golden State under the goal.
The Golden State vs. Milwaukee game, two teams in an extreme situation as much as the stark away-home win rate difference, will be available at SPOTV ON and SPOTV NOW at 9:30 am on the 14th.