San Antonio Spurs at Utah Jazz NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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The second game of the ESPN doubleheader will feature the high scoring San Antonio Spurs on the road to face the Utah Jazz from NBA pro basketball on Wednesday night December 12th. The Spurs and Jazz will begin from Utah at 10:30PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV will televise.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team San Antonio Spurs favored by -4 points with a total of 209 ½ points. A money line bet on the favored San Antonio Spurs will return -165 odds. Bettors who believe the Utah Jazz can get the upset win on their home court tonight will get back +145 odds for their wager on the money line.

The Spurs have gotten off to a hot start to begin this 2012-13 campaign with a record of 18-4 on the year. The team is 11-2 on the road. The two teams went head to head back on November 3rd and earned the 110-100 home win as a -7 ½ point favorite. San Antonio took charge early in this game by posting the 62-44 lead at the half. Utah showed some fight as they outscore San Antonio 35-17 in the third quarter to tie the game. San Antonio closes out with a 31-21 fourth quarter to win by ten at the end. San Antonio has been an explosive offense this season as the club averages 106 points a game and hits 48 1/2 % shooting from the field. San Antonio utilizes much of their roster as fourteen of their players average double digit minutes on the season. Tim Duncan is having a solid season with nearly 18 points a game and 51% shooting. Utah has played good basketball on their home court with an 8-1 straight up record on the year. They are a rested team having last played on Sunday night as they beat the LA Lakers 117-110 as a +7 point underdog. Al Jefferson leads the Jazz with 17 points a game and over 48% shooting from the field. Paul Millsap chips in 15 point and 8 boards a night for Utah.

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