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NBA Basketball Betting: Detroit Pistons vs. L.A. Clippers

NBA basketball betting Sunday includes an inter-conference matchup of NBA betting teams operating in red ink so far this season.

NBA basketball betting handicappers have not had much to go with on either the Pistons or the Clippers this NBA betting season.  The Detroit Pistons, unlike the Clippers, have been one of the most popular and respected teams in NBA basketball betting.  That may actually be their current problem against the basketball betting odds.

Detroit has been so good for so long that the NBA basketball betting public still holds them in high regard even though they may have slipped a notch.  Detroit had an overall NBA basketball betting record of 17-11 straight up and 12-16 against the spread.

As an away NBA basketball betting commodity the Pistons were a slightly profitable 8-6 against the board.  Overall the road team performed well in all Detroit games against the basketball betting odds with a mark of 18-10 against the spread.

Detroit was not a good NBA betting chalk, however, as they got the cash in just 8 out of 20 games when laying points.  Detroit went into a bad NBA basketball betting stretch from December 7 through December 27 as they covered just 3 out of 10 games against the spread.

Their worst NBA betting loss in that run was a 94-107 embarrassment at Washington as 5 point chalks on December 9.  Outside of the odd season here or there the Los Angeles Clippers have proven to be one of the worst franchises in all of NBA basketball betting and this year has certainly reinforced that image.

The Clippers had an overall NBA basketball betting record of 8-20 straight up and 12-16 against the spread.  Los Angeles was a terrible NBA basketball betting home team as they got the cash in just 4 out of 14 games.  As a NBA basketball betting dog the Clippers were just 9-11 against the spread.

Zach Randolph has been one of the few bright spots for the Clippers as he was averaging 23.1 points per game to lead the team.  Marcus Camby was a remarkable rebounder with an average of 12.3 per game.

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