Phoenix Suns vs SA Spurs by QuidProQuo
As i already wrote, the Suns are one of the biggest surprises of the season so far having 17-5-1 ATS record and a team that keep showing game after game. The Spurs have 12-12 ATS record and they are coming off a 115-92 loss to a Clippers at Monday, but Tony Parker got injured in 3rd quarter and is expected to miss next couple of games at least, which probably worries Spurs even more.
The Suns look to capitalize off Sunday's home triumph over the Warriors, the fifth consecutive win for them. They scored at least 106 points in each of their last four victories and I expect them to push the pace tonight and keep scoring. I'm going to take Phoenix team total over as that trend is currently one of biggest in the season... Phoenix Suns went over 1st half team total line 14 of last 15 games.
I expect Phoenix to start strong as usually, while the Spurs might face some problems with Dragic (who is probably most underrated point guard in the NBA) when Parker is not playing...
Over is 7-2 in Suns last 9 games, and 6-1 in Suns last 7 home games. Over is 5-1 in Suns last 6 games following a ATS win. Over is 11-3 in Spurs last 14 overall games and 4-0 in Spurs last 4 games as a favorite of 0.5-4.5...
Also, The Suns are 11-0 OU since Mar 10, 2009 when less than 50% of their baskets were assisted for two straight games and 9-0 OU since Mar 28, 2013 at home after PJ Tucker scored fewer than 10 points.
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|1st half team totals OVER 50||William Hill||1.91||8||34-29 WON (+7.28 units)|