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 (3/30 to 4/5)
- Underdogs went 29-22 (56.9%) ATS
- Road teams went 26-25 (51.0%) ATS
- OVERs went 32-21 (60.4%)
- Teams with winning records went 18-26 (40.9%) ATS
- Betting against the public (<50% of tickets): 28-22 (56.0%) ATS
- Teams getting <50% of spread dollars: 16-32 (33.3%) ATS
Biggest Money-line Upsets
Lakers +1051 at Spurs
— Los Angeles Lakers (@Lakers) April 6, 2017
The Lakers never trailed and led by as many as 26 points in a 102-95 win over the Spurs. The victory snapped an eight-game losing streak to San Antonio. This matched the second biggest moneyline upset of the season.
Kings +651 at Timberwolves
— Kings SPORTalk (@SPORTalkKings) April 3, 2017
Buddy Hield was named Western Conference Rookie of the month a day after matching a career-high with 22 points in a 123-117 win over the Timberwolves.
Knicks +498 at Heat
Knicks defeat the Heat 98-94
(NYK: Porzingis 22 Pts, Lee 20 Pts)
(MIA: Dragic 22 Pts, Whiteside 17 Pts 16 Reb) pic.twitter.com/NJnWZzOWkI
— The Lead (@NBALEAD) April 1, 2017
Without Carmelo Anthony or Derrick Rose the Knicks were able to beat the Heat 98-94. Kristaps Porzingis scored 22 points in the winning effort.
Warriors Top Seed
Closer look at tonight's win in Phoenix ???? pic.twitter.com/ucJdm1IqkW
— GoldenStateWarriors (@warriors) April 6, 2017
Golden State clinched the best record in the NBA for a third straight year with a 120-111 victory over the Suns on Wednesday night. The Warriors will now enjoy home-court advantage throughout the playoffs once again.
6 Assists Shy
— NBA (@NBA) April 6, 2017
Russell Westbrook is going to average a triple-double for the season. The OKC star just needs six more assists to clinch the impressive feat. Plus, his triple-doubles are key to the Thunders success and highly profitable for bettors.
PJ Tucker wanting to fight Lance Stephenson over a layup is one of my favorite things that happened this seasonpic.twitter.com/uoADRrH9eG
— ☕netw3rk (@netw3rk) April 5, 2017
Lance Stephenson is back with the Pacers and it didn’t take long for him to cause some trouble. Lance made a layup in the waning moments of Indiana’s 108-90 victory over the Raptors on Tuesday. Toronto took exception and it almost started a fight. Stephenson got the last laugh by pointing out the Raptors hypocrisy.
Get ready for the NBA Playoffs
In the last month all Pro System picks have gone 59-50 (54%), +$622