The final line is in: The Warriors (62-6) are four-point underdogs heading into Saturday's matchup against the Spurs (58-10) in San Antonio, according to Vegas sportsbook Bovada.
Golden State dominated the Spurs the only time the two teams have met this season, a 120-90 drubbing on Jan. 25 at Oracle Arena in which Stephen Curry scored a game-high 37 points.
But much like their counterpart, the Spurs have an incredible home-winning streak extending all the way back to last season. San Antonio has won 43-straight games at the AT&T Center, including a 34-0 record in 2015-16.
The Warriors are also riding a 32-game road-losing streak in San Antonio that dates all the way back to Feb. 14, 1997 -- the same year Tim Duncan was drafted by the Spurs.
Golden State plays San Antonio two more times this season: April 7 at home and April 10 on the road.