NBA Betting Review 11.03.16

NBA Betting Review 11.03.16

We are just a week into the regular season and there has already been incredible performances and storylines. To keep you updated, here is a recap of all the betting action.

Betting Trends

  • Favorites went 33-30 (52.4%) ATS
  • Home teams went 33-30 (52.4%) ATS
  • Overs went 35-28 (55.6%)
  • Teams that made playoffs last year: 36-32 (52.9%) ATS
  • Betting against the public (<50% of tickets): 26-37 (41.3%) ATS

Biggest Money-line Upsets

Spurs (+344) at Warriors

Kawhi Leonard, Jonathon Simmons and the Spurs ruined Kevin Durant’s much-anticipated debut. San Antonio routed the Warriors 129-100 on the opening night of the season. Golden State was a eight point favorites and had only lost twice at home all last year.

Jazz (+442) at Spurs

One good turn deserves another. San Antonio had only once at home since March of 2015. That was until the Jazz sprung the upset as double-digit dogs on the road. Utah made 15 three pointers to bury the Spurs.

Lakers (+767) at Hawks

Atlanta led 60-51 at the half but the Lakers exploded for 72 points over the final 24 minutes of the game. D’Angelo Russell led the way with 23 points. The Lake Show was double-digit dogs but got their first road win of the season anyways.

Dunk of the Week

That isn’t video from a dunk contest, Aaron Gordon pulled off an in-game 360-jam. The Magic had to rally from down 18 to beat the 76ers 103-101.

Good Bye Ray

Jesus Shuttlesworth, a.k.a Ray Allen, has officially retired from the NBA. Allen was a 10-time All-Star and two time NBA Champion. He is the NBA leader in career 3-pointers made (2,973) and will always be remembered for his game saving shot against the Spurs in the Finals.

Trend Highlight – Recent Underdogs on a Losing Streak

Betting road underdogs on a losing streak has been very profitable. All-time, this Pro System is up +122.5 units. This Pro System is already 6-1 (85.7%) ATS in 2016.

The most recent play was the Bucks against the Pelicans. Six Milwaukee players scored in double figures including Giannis Antetokounmpo who had 24 points, 10 rebounds and a pivotal three pointer with less than two minutes to play. The Bucks won 117-113 as 3.5 point underdogs.

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