Hollywood Sports' BLOWOUT BOOKIE BUSTER: Frank Sawyer's Hollywood Sports CA$HED the Atlanta/Washington Under on Saturday to fuel his SIZZLING 20 of 32 (63%) NBA run! Now Frank spots a situation that has B-L-O-W-O-U-T written all over it while being backed by pertinent team trends that REVEAL an ABSOLUTELY DOMINANT 46-3 combined angle. CA$H IN this EASY WINNER!
Game: Philadelphia 76ers at San Antonio Spurs Mar 25 2012 7:05PM
Prediction: San Antonio Spurs
Grade: Winner (100)
Reason: At 7:05 PM EST on Sunday, we will be playing the San Antonio Spurs minus the points versus the Philadelphia 76ers. Tim Duncan will not suit up for this after the Spurs won in New Orleans last night by an 89-86 score -- but we still like San Antonio to win and cover a lower point spread than if Duncan were to suit up. San Antonio (32-14) failed to cover the 5-point spread as a road favorite in that one -- and the Spurs have rebounded to cover the point spread in 10 of their last 11 games after a point spread defeat. The Spurs have also covered the spread in 4 straight games at home as a favorite. Additionally, while Philadelphia is just 10-11 on the road, San Antonio has covered the point spread in 7 straight home games against teams with a losing record on the road.
Philadelphia (27-21) enters this game following their 99-86 win versus Boston on Friday but they have then failed to cover the point spread in 7 of their last 9 games after a straight-up victory. The 76ers have also failed to cover the point spread in 7 straight games against teams with a winning percentage over 60%. The Spurs are a definitive 19-4 on their home court this season -- and Philly has failed to cover the point spread in 5 straight road games against teams with a winning percentage over 60% at home. The 76ers have also failed to cover the point spread in 6 of their last 7 games as an underdog of under 7 points. Together, these team trends produce our specific 46-3-1 ATS combined winning angle for this situation. Lastly, because Philly is looking to avenge their 10-point loss at home to Spurs back on February 8th, they fall into a historical letdown angle that has been 63% effective since 1996. Road underdogs coming off a double-digit win at home and now facing a team that beat them on their home court by at least ten points have then failed to cover the point spread in 127 of the last 202 situations where these conditions applied. 20* NBA Blowout Bookie Buster with the San Antonio Spurs minus the points versus the Philadelphia 76ers. Best of luck for us -- Frank.