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Basketball Sports Betting - Denver at San Antonio

Basketball sports betting respect is as big as ever for the Spurs as they are one of the top challengers to the Lakers in the Western Conference.
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Basketball sports betting fans have been impressed with how San Antonio was able to reload instead of rebuild to remain an elite basketball betting online commodity.

The San Antonio Spurs will host the Denver Nuggets on Sunday night with a start time of 9 PM ET and a telecast on ESPN.  Sports Gambling will have the side and total on this potential Western Conference playoff series so be sure and open your account today.

San Antonio had a basketball betting NBA online record of 30-6 straight up and 21-14-1 against the spread with 20 of their games going over the total.  The Spurs paid out in 12 of their first 21 home games while going under the total in 11 of those games.

San Antonio was proving to be the class of the Western Conference and had the inside track to the top seed and home court advantage in the playoffs as they were looking like the team that would upend the Lakers come this spring for the Western Conference title.

The Spurs had the 4th ranked offense in the NBA as they were averaging 105.3 points per game while the defense ranked 13th in the league as it allowed 97.6 points per game.

Manu Ginobili led San Antonio with 18.9 points per game while Tim Duncan hasn’t slowed down much as he led the Spurs with 9.4 rebounds per game.  The Spurs beat the NBA sports betting line in 5 of 7 games from December 26 through January 7.

San Antonio has paid out in 3 of their last 4 basketball sports betting matchups with Denver as the series has gone under the total in 5 of the last 6 meetings between the teams.

The Spurs won both previous meetings in the series straight up this season as they scored a 113-112 road payout at Denver on December 16 and then failed to cover a 109-103 home win on December 22.  Denver has been an excellent value at San Antonio with 5 consecutive payouts.  The Nuggets and Spurs have gone under the total in 15 of their last 17 matchups at San Antonio.