The NBA season continues, here is a recap of all the betting action from the last week.
Betting Trends (11/10 to 11/16)
- Favorites went 25-23 (52.1%) ATS
- Home teams went 23-25 (47.9%) ATS
- Overs went 28-23 (54.9%)
- Teams with winning records went 20-22 (47.6%) ATS
- Betting against the public (<50% of tickets): 25-28 (47.2%) ATS
Biggest Money-line Upsets
Grizzlies (+916) at Clippers
— Marc Gasol (@MarcGasol) November 17, 2016
Marc Gasol nailed a three pointer with 14 seconds left to help Memphis upset the Clippers 111-107. The 7-footer then celebrated doing the Conor McGregor walk.
Magic (+390) at Thunder
— NBA (@NBA) November 14, 2016
In his return to Oklahoma City, Serge Ibaka scored a career-high 31 points including the game winner with less than a second remaining that gave Orlando a 119-117 win over the Thunder.
76ers (+264) vs. Wizards
— Philadelphia 76ers (@Sixers) November 17, 2016
Forgive Sixers fans for celebrating but the team has won two of their last four games. The next test is ending a 20 game road losing streak. The 76ers play the Timberwolves in Minnesota tonight.
Dunk of the Week
— NBA (@NBA) November 17, 2016
Russell Westbrook finished with 30 points, nine assists and seven rebounds but it was his thunderous dunk in the closing seconds that gave OKC a 105-103 victory over the Rockets. Poor Clint Capela, he got posterized.
Headbutt High Fives
Chris Paul's love hurts https://t.co/obTVFJREYI
— NBA on ESPN (@ESPNNBA) November 15, 2016
A headbutt does not work as a means of celebration. Chris Paul and DeAndre Jordan found that out the hard way. Guessing they’ll stick to high fives next time.
Trend Highlight – Visitor Recent Dog Losing Streak
Road underdogs are often undervalued and when a team is not only on a losing streak but has failed to cover against-the-spread in recent games it is a perfect time to go against the grain and bet them.
This Pro System “Visitor Recent Dogs – Losing Streak” is +124 units all-time.
A game that matched this system was Detroit at Denver. The Pistons were unbeaten at home but has lost five straight on the road. Tobias Harris scored 19 points and Marcus Morris added 17 as the Pistons beat the Nuggets 106-95 for the team’s first road win of the season. Detroit was 5.5 point underdogs but led wire to wire.
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