Basketball betting recently on both the Houston Rockets and Utah Jazz has been rough, as both teams have struggled to maintain NBA betting value. The Houston Rockets have been consistent but unspectacular this basketball betting season.
The Rockets have been in 2nd place in the southwest division standings for most of the NBA betting season and have closed the gap with San Antonio for the top spot in the division as they trailed by just a game and a half.
Houston had an overall basketball betting record of 45-25 straight up and 33-36-1 against the NBA betting lines. From March 6 through March 18 the Rockets went on a sub par basketball betting stretch in which they went just 3-5 against the spread.
Houston’s basketball betting strength is their 7th ranked defense while their offense ranked a mediocre 19th overall in the league. From March 8 through March 18 the Rockets went on a strong basketball betting run in which they went under the total in 6 out of 7 games.
While the Utah Jazz were in position for the basketball betting post season they have not been dominant and have fallen upon tough times on the NBA betting board recently. Utah had an overall basketball betting record of 42-26 straight up and 35-33 against the NBA betting lines.
Utah has been a streaky basketball betting commodity as from February 28 through March 17 the Jazz went just 3-7 against the spread.
Prior to that stretch, however, the Jazz were on a basketball betting run in which they covered 9 out of 10 games against the spread from February 2 through February 25.
And prior to that from January 12 through January 31 Utah was 2-9 against the spread, which illustrates their up and down pattern this year. Utah is a strong offensive club that ranked 6th overall in the NBA.
Mehmet Okur led the team in scoring with an average of 17.6 points per game. The Jazz were 20-15 against the spread at home for the season.
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