NBA betting fans have not seen a lot of basketball betting value from either of these teams so far this year. The San Antonio Spurs have long been a NBA betting favorite with their power status as a regular championship contender.
After a slow start to the basketball betting season the Spurs regained their form and improved to an overall NBA betting record of 24-11 straight up and 17-17-1 against the NBA betting odds. The Spurs regained their usual spot on top of the southwest division.
The Spurs have been a decent basketball betting commodity on the road with a mark of 9-6 against the spread. Even better, they have been a strong NBA betting under team on the road with 10 of their 15 away games having gone under the total.
The Spurs got off to a nice start to the NBA betting new year as they covered 3 of their first 4 games in 2009. The main NBA betting strength of San Antonio is their defense which was ranked 5th overall in the NBA. Tony Parker led the Spurs in scoring with an average of almost 21 points per game. He also led in assists.
Tim Duncan again proved to be a NBA betting plus with his physical play on defense and his 10 rebound per game average, which led the Spurs. The Chicago Bulls had an overall NBA betting record of 16-21 straight up and 16-21 against the NBA betting odds.
The Bulls were on a bad NBA betting stretch from December 26 through January 10 as they got the cash in just 2 out of 9 games. Chicago was an even 9-9 split against the spread at home with 10 out of those games going over the total. The Bulls main NBA betting liability was their 25th ranked defense.
Ben Gordon was Chicago’s leading scorer with an average of 21 points per game. Drew Gooden was strong on the glass with 9 rebounds per game.
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