San Antonio Spurs at Utah Jazz NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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The San Antonio Spurs will look for the sweep as they face the Utah Jazz on Monday night in their game four of their western conference NBA playoff series. The Spurs and Jazz will begin from Utah at 8PM Eastern Time with TNT delivering the national television broadcast.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker sportsbook has the San Antonio Spurs as -8 point betting favorite with the total lined at 199 points. Bettors wishing to make a money line wager on the favored San Antonio Spurs will lay -400 odds. Those who have faith in the home underdog Utah Jazz to win game four outright will be rewarded with +320 odds for their wager on the money line.

San Antonio made it three straight wins and three straight pointspread covers with their third straight win by double digits in this series off their 102-90 victory as a -5 ½ point road favorite against the eighth seeded Utah Jazz. The San Antonio Spurs have shot extremely well in this playoff series and have eclipsed over 100 points in every game. Most critics of the Spurs who have claimed they don’t defend well enough to qualify as a possible NBA champion should take note that they allowed Utah 42.1% shooting in game one, 34.4% in game two and just 40.4% in their game three win. On the offensive side of the court the Spurs have shot no less than 47.6% in any game and are coming off a 48.7% shooting performance against Utah on the Jazz home court where they were fighting for their series lives down 0-2 heading into the game.

Dating back to the regular season the San Antonio Spurs have now won 16 straight games and covered the pointspread in 15 of those games with one push. This kind of reminds every one of the pointspread performance we saw from the 2010-11 NBA champion Dallas Mavericks last season. Game three saw Tony Parker score 27 points and dished out six assists on 10 of 17 from the floor. Parker rested during the final two games of the regular season and it seemed to do him fine as the point guard is averaging over 24 points per game in the playoffs.

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