Handicapping Picks & Odds |  "Razor" Ray Monohan Picks |  Cappers Picks |  Forums |  Sitemap |  Twitter |  Facebook

NBA Gambling: Spurs vs. Hawks Free Pick | Preview

NBA Odds: San Antonio Spurs vs Atlanta Hawks Preview & Pick

Looking for the #1 Internet gambling & NBA handicapping info site on the WWW? Get the best NBA picks in the industry to help you win more when you bet on the NBA with CappersPicks.com.

CLICK HERE TO JOIN SPORTSBOOK.COM – ONE OF OUR TOP RATED ONLINE SPORTSBOOKS – 50% SIGN UP BONUS FOR NBA BETTING ONLINE

San Antonio Spurs vs. Atlanta Hawks
Date: Monday, April 5, 7:00 p.m. ET
Venue: Philips Arena
Broadcast: FSSW
Spurs vs. Magic betting lines from Sportsbook.com
Money Line: OFF
Spread: OFF
Over/Under: OFF
Click here for indepth NBA ATS Stats —>
Bet Now @ Sportsbook.com

After taking the night off Monday, NBA odds are back in full force on Tuesday. The San Antonio Spurs pay a visit to the Atlanta Hawks.

San Antonio (58-19, 42-33-2 ATS) has faded down the stretch. The Spurs recently endured a six-game losing streak, but they got back on track Sunday with a 114-97 win over the Phoenix Suns. The win ended a four-game losing streak against the spread.

Starters have been injured or rested lately, partly leading to the Spurs’ mini-meltdown. Although the big boys are back, San Antonio’s veteran leaders asked the bench players to step up. They did against Phoenix, as Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker combined for just 21 points. In the meantime, George Hill racked up 29 points, Matt Bonner scored 16 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, and Gary Neal added 15 points. Richard Jefferson was the only starter to record double figures in scoring (he finished with 12 points). Online Sports Betting at Sportsbook

Atlanta (44-33, 37-40 ATS) was riding a four-game winning streak before Sunday’s 114-109 loss to the Houston Rockets. Even with the loss, the Hawks are still taking care of NBA betting fans—they’ve won six consecutive games against the spread.

The winning streak was achieved with some impressive defense. During the four-game roll, Atlanta didn’t allow a single opponent to surpass 90 points, allowing just 83.7 per game. It came undone against the red-hot Rockets, who shot a whopping 57.3 percent from the field on Sunday.

If there’s a positive sign, it’s that Atlanta’s offense got moving. The Hawks were averaging just 91.8 points over their past six games, but they shot 53.1 percent against Houston and racked up 109 points. Josh Smith bounced back from a brutal six-point game to rack up 25 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists against Houston.

The Hawks may be surging, but it’s about time for San Antonio to turn things up a notch. The Spurs are rested, healthy and nursing a slim lead in the Western Conference standings. They won’t risk losing first place to the Lakers, so look for the club to make short work of Atlanta.

NBA Trends:

Over is 7-1 in SA last 8 vs. Eastern Conference.
Over is 21-7 in SA last 28 overall.
Over is 9-3 in SA last 12 vs. NBA Southeast.
ATL are 1-7 ATS in their last 8 vs. NBA Southwest.
Over is 9-3-1 in ATL last 13 vs. NBA Southwest.
Home team is 12-4-1 ATS in the last 17 meetings.

San Antonio at Atlanta pick: Spurs

Ian Van Den Hurk has covered amateur and pro sports for years, including a successful run handicapping anything from football to mixed martial arts.

Want the best NBA Cappers Picks On The Planet? We’ve got your back! CLICK HERE —–>

RELATED CONTENT

Cappers Picks - Premium Picks For Sale

Mark's DISCOUNTED 3 GAME GUARANTEED PACKAGE!

Once again, I'm LIGHTING THE BOOKS ON FIRE and riding a 21-14 (60%) run in all sports!

Today, WE GET PAID on the following:

Twins v. Astros
Predators v. Stars
Rangers v. A's

I'll continue to deliver on Monday. Join now. You won't regret it.

This package CASHES FOR YOU or else you get tomorrow ABSOLUTELY FREE!

About Ian Van Den Hurk

Ian Van Den Hurk has covered amateur and pro sports for years, including a successful run handicapping anything from football to mixed martial arts. Looking for more sports betting tips and expert sports handicapping articles from Ian V? We've got your back...


Comments

Advertising