Basketball betting handicappers will see a stark contrast in value as the Clippers have busted bankrolls while the Magic have been NBA betting cash cows. The Los Angeles Clippers have been one of the worst wagers in basketball betting this season.
The Clippers had an overall basketball betting record of 10-37 straight up and 20-27 against the basketball betting lines. The Clippers have been a break even NBA betting proposition on the road, however, with an 11-11 record. The Clippers have been a strong basketball betting over team on the road with a mark of 14-8 over the total.
The Clippers were a subpar 17-22 as a NBA betting dog. LA’s biggest basketball betting weakness has been their 28th ranked offense while their defense was ranked 20th. From January 25 through January 31 the Clippers suffered from a basketball betting slump in which they went 0-5 both straight up and against the spread.
Zach Randolph has been one of the lone basketball betting bright spots for the Clippers as he led the team in scoring with a nice average of 23.1 points per game. Marcus Camby has been a powerful rebounder with an average of 13.2 per game.
The Orlando Magic have emerged as one of the best teams in all of basketball betting and have shown no signs of slowing down. Orlando had an overall basketball betting record of a whopping 35-10 straight up and 30-14-1 against the basketball betting lines. From January 7 through January 29 the Magic got the cash in eight out of ten games.
In home basketball betting action Orlando has gone 14-8 against the spread while going 9-13 under the total. The Magic were 20-13 as favorites this season. Dwight Howard has been phenomenal for the Magic as he led the team in scoring with an average of 20.1 points per game.
He also led the team in rebounding with an average of almost 14 per game. Orlando has demonstrated strength and balance on both ends of the court as they ranked 7th overall on both offense and defense.
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