Golden State Warriors head to San Antonio Spurs on Tuesday seeking a seventh successive victory in one of seven games on Tuesday.
The Warriors are 10/11 to win with a -3.0 handicap in the Point Spread, while San Antonio can be backed at 11/10 in the Money Line.
The Dubs picked up a sixth straight win on Monday as they overcame Houston Rockets 122-108.
Stephen Curry led the scoring with 40 points, while Andrew Wiggins had 23 and Klay Thompson managed 14 in 26 minutes, as the Warriors continue to gradually increase his involvement in games after over two years on the sidelines.
Golden State sit second in the Western Conference with a 38-13 overall record, three games behind pacesetters Phoenix.
The Suns are also in action on Tuesday as they entertain Brooklyn Nets. Phoenix have won their last 10 games in a row and will be looking to continue their hot streak against the short-handed Nets, who are definitely missing Kevin Durant and have concerns over James Harden.
Defending champions Milwaukee Bucks saw a four-game winning run at home ended by Denver Nuggets in their last outing and will be looking to bounce back against a Washington Wizards outfit who have lost their last five games.
The Nuggets take on Minnesota Timberwolves in a key game in terms of the battle for the top six spots in the Western Conference.
Eastern Conference leaders Chicago Bulls are at home to Orlando Magic and Miami Heat, who sit second, make the trip to Toronto Raptors, while struggling pair the Pistons and New Orleans Pelicans meet in Detroit.