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NBA Betting on Detroit Pistons vs. Atlanta Hawks

NBA betting Sunday includes an interesting Eastern Conference matchup of the Pistons and Hawks. This is an online basketball betting question of old versus new.

NBA betting success depends a great deal on being flexible and keeping an open mind.  Like anything else online basketball betting is about constant change and the ability to keep up.  NBA betting fans have long respected the Detroit Pistons, who have been a consistent championship contender.

By the same token, the Atlanta Hawks have held very little online basketball betting appeal, at least until recently.  The Hawks were so bad for so long that now that they are contenders, most of the masses are yet to even comprehend that.  This often means extra value for Atlanta on the board.

Detroit’s NBA betting value has eroded this season.  The Pistons are coming off a recent online basketball betting stretch in which they were 2-5 against the spread from November 30 through December 13.  From November 23 through December 13 the Pistons were on an over/under NBA betting run of 7 unders in 10 games.

Overall Detroit stood at 13-9 straight up but just 10-12 against the NBA betting lines, which illustrates their overall lack of board value.  Detroit was 7-5 against the spread in road action.  Atlanta, on the other hand, has carried above average NBA betting value so far this season.

The Hawks are coming off a hot NBA betting stretch from November 28 through December 13 in which they got the cash 7 out of 9 games.  From December 5 through December 13 Atlanta was on an over/under NBA betting run in which they went under the number in 5 out of 6 games.

The Hawks had an interesting NBA betting trend going in which the road team was 14-9 against the spread in all of their games.  Atlanta had an overall NBA betting record of 14-9 straight up and 13-10 against the NBA betting lines.  Atlanta went over the NBA betting total in 5 out of 9 home games this year.

The Hawks were in 2nd place in the Southeast Division standings, trailing Orlando.  Joe Johnson has been a big reason Atlanta’s resurgence as he was averaging 23 points per game. offers the Pistons and Hawks as well as the rest of the NBA card.

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