The San Antonio Spurs bounced back from a humiliating loss to the Golden State Warriors with their highest offensive output of the season in their last game and will look to build momentum off that when they visit the Cleveland Cavaliers Saturday evening.
- The Spurs are 6-2 ATS in their last eight games versus the Eastern Conference.
- UNDER is 5-1 in the Spurs’ last six games playing on two days rest in between games..
- The Spurs are 5-1 ATS in the last six meetings in Cleveland.
The Spurs lost their highly-anticipated clash with the Golden State Warriors 120-90 on January 25 and proceeded to take their frustrations out on the Houston Rockets, posting a 130-99 win just two days later.
San Antonio, currently a 2.5-point road fave at online book Bovada, is the NBA’s best wager this season, posting a record of 31-15 ATS mark in their 46 games thus far. Plus, while the world talks about the wild success of the Western Conference-leading Warriors, and deservedly so, the Spurs head into Saturday’s slate of games just three games behind Steph and Co.
Meanwhile, the Cavs have just a 2.5-game cushion ahead of the rapidly-charging Toronto Raptors in the Eastern Conference and have won three straight and five of their last six heading into Saturday’s game.
Cleveland is coming off a 114-106 win as 4-point road favorites at the Detroit Pistons Friday night.
The Spurs triumphed 99-95 in the first meeting back on January 14, but it was Cleveland who came out on top at the sportsbook, covering as a 6-point road pup.