With so much amazing happening it is hard to keep up with the NBA. In case you missed it, here is a recap of all the betting action.
Betting Trends (3/23 to 3/29)
- Underdogs went 31-23 (57.4%) ATS
- Road teams went 31-23 (57.4%) ATS
- Unders went 29-23 (55.8%)
- Teams with winning records went 23-21 (52.3%) ATS
- Betting against the public (<40% of tickets): 15-13 (53.6%) ATS
Biggest Money-line Upsets
Kings +930 at Clippers
Teams that were up 18 in the final five minutes were 359-0 this season.
They're now 359-1 after the Kings stunned the Clippers. pic.twitter.com/DFOwUfOzBH
— NBA on ESPN (@ESPNNBA) March 26, 2017
Sacramento rallied from down 18 in the fourth to beat the Clippers 98-97. This was the third largest moneyline upset of the season.
Bucks +270 at Celtics
— Milwaukee Bucks (@Bucks) March 30, 2017
The Bucks knocked the Celtics out of the top spot in the East with a 103-100 victory on Wednesday. Milwaukee has won five of six and are currently the sixth seed in the East.
Pelicans +270 at Nuggets
— WeLoveSport (@WeLoveSport_INT) March 27, 2017
Anthony Davis scored 31 points and grabbed 15 rebounds to help the Pelicans upset the Nuggets without DeMarcus Cousins on the floor. New Orleans is making a push for the playoffs but with just 7 games remaining it’ll be difficult to catch the 8-seed.
Warriors vs. Good Teams
Golden State just beat the Spurs and Rockets in back-to-back nights. The Warriors haven’t been very good against-the-spread going 36-37 this season but against good teams (.500 or better) they are the NBA’s most profitable team.
Cavs Win East?
— theScore (@theScore) March 27, 2017
On Monday the Cavs lost to the Spurs knocking them out of the first place in the East. Of course Boston then lost their next game and put Cleveland back in the driver’s seat but LeBron and company have competition for the top spot. Does it matter if Cleveland is the 1-seed? Probably not, they did win the title last year by beating the Warriors in Oakland.
Westbrook Triple Double
Just a reminder: Russell Westbrook had a decent Wednesday night. pic.twitter.com/IJDBOnI0e5
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) March 30, 2017
Westbrook continues to find way to impress. The OKC star set a record for the highest-scoring triple-double in NBA history by dropping 57 points on the Magic. Despite averaging a triple-double, the Rockets James Harden is the favorite to win the MVP.
Get ready for the NBA Playoffs
In the last week Pro System picks went 16-5 (76.2%), +$999