Basketball betting handicappers were alarmed at the slow start of the San Antonio Spurs. Some even speculated that the Spurs best days were behind them. While that may be true San Antonio has had a NBA basketball betting turn around. The San Antonio Spurs have long been one of the most respected and appealing teams in basketball betting.
The Spurs long run of championships and record as a consistent contender have a lot of “street cred” with the NBA basketball betting public. While other teams may now eclipse San Antonio in basketball betting appeal, it is the exception rather than the rule to have someone that is eager to oppose the Spurs on the NBA basketball betting board.
San Antonio had an overall basketball betting record of 14-8 straight up and 12-10 against the basketball betting odds. The Spurs had a road basketball betting record of 6-4 against the spread, with an even 5-5 split on the over/under board. As a basketball betting dog San Antonio was 4-3 against the spread.
Tony Parker led the Spurs in scoring with an average of 21 points per game. Orlando has been a big surprise to the basketball betting fraternity Overall the Magic had a record of 17-6 straight up and 13-9-1 against the basketball betting odds.
From November 26 through December 12 Orlando went on a nice basketball betting stretch in which they were 7-2 against the spread. As a basketball betting chalk the Magic were just above break even at 9-8-1.
Orlando had a home basketball betting mark of an even 6-6 against the spread while also having an even 6-6 split against the over/under board. Dwight Howard has been a major reason for Orlando's success as he led the Magic in scoring with an average of 21 points per game.
Howard was superb on the boards with an average of a whopping 14 rebounds per game.
Can anyone say “Windex?”
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