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2023 NBA Handicapping
(46-20) Denver Nuggets vs. San Antonio Spurs (16-49)
Date: Friday, March 10th
Time: 8:00 PM EST
Venue: AT&T Center, San Antonio TX
Moneyline NBA Odds: Nuggets -770 | Spurs +600 (Bet Now!)
NBA Betting Odds: Nuggets -12
Today’s NBA Betting Total: 234.5
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As can be seen, the Denver Nuggets last played on Wednesday, losing 96-117 to the Bulls while the Spurs have a major rest advantage being off since Sunday when they were routed 110-142 by the fellow tanking Rockets.
At this time, the Nuggets are 36-29-1 overall against the spread this season. Also, they are 14-17 ATS as the away team. Additionally, the Spurs are 26-39 against the spread this season. Also, they are 15-17 ATS as the home team.
Friday, March 10th, the Denver Nuggets and San Antonio Spurs play for the third and final time this season.
The Nuggets won the initial two meetings which featured a home and home set on November 5th (126-101) and 7th (115-109).
Last season the clubs played four times with the teams each winning twice. The Spurs hold the all-time record with 121wins in 197 matches versus the Nuggets.
*Editor’s Note: Statistics and rankings are current as of this writing, Thursday, March 9th. Numbers may vary slightly entering games on Friday, March 10th.
For just the fifth time this season the Nuggets lost at Ball Arena. It sort of felt like the basketball gods were course correcting from the prior game with Scott Foster seemingly took over the game in the final 1:15 to ensure Denver won.
Even with a few dips here and there this season I’ve never questioned these Nuggets but much like I had reservations about how the Celtics have played since the break the last few games by Denver feels like their sense of urgency is missing.
In fairness, with a 6.5 lead over their closest competitors (Grizzlies) who are reeling with the Ja Morant situation and injury news perhaps it’s understandable.
On the positive side, Denver possesses the best offense in the league highlighted by scoring 116.82 points per game ranking seventh. Denver is shooting the best field goal percentage of 50.8% as well as the second-best perimeter efficiency of 38.9%.
To be sure, defensively the Nuggets are improving. So far, they allow opponents to score 112.7 points per game which ranks 12th while limiting foes to 47.9% from the field and 34.6% from deep ranking 22nd and fourth respectively.
Denver hadn’t submitted their updated injury report as of posting but to this is who is likely on the list…
- Zeke Nnaji PF (OUT—shoulder)
- Vlato Cancar SF (questionable —wrist)
- Collin Gillespie PG (OUT—leg fracture)
San Antonio Spurs
After 16 consecutive losses the Spurs pulled off consecutive wins and then looked in the mirror to remind themselves they are tanking for Victor Wembanyama and promptly returned to losing.
On offense, the Spurs average 112.1 points per game ranking 24th overall. So far, San Antonio shoots 46.7% from the field and 34.0% from the perimeter ranking 23rd and 25th respectively.
On the negative side, while the Spurs struggle to score the larger issue lies on the defensive side of the hardware with them ranking 30th in all three defensive categories allowing 122.3 opponent points per game 50.8% field goal percentage, and 39.5% perimeter percentage.
To summarize the injury report…
- Doug McDermott SF (probable —thumb)
- Zach Collins PF (probable —ankle)
- Khem Birch PF (OUT — eligibility)
- Romeo Langford, SG (probable—leg)
- Tre Jones PG (probable—foot)
- Jeremy Sochan PF (probable—knee)
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Denver Nuggets vs. San Antonio Spurs NBA Betting Trends:
- At this point, the Nuggets are
- Also, the Nuggets are
- By comparison, the Spurs are 3-14 ATS in their last 17 games.
- Finally, the Spurs are 5-2 ATS in their last 7 games when hosting Houston.
Free Denver Nuggets vs. San Antonio Spurs NBA Prediction:
Denver are barely above .500 on the road, but getting to play the Spurs is like the perfectly timed gift for a squad looking to rebound after a bad loss.
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