At 24-5 SU it’s been business as usual for the Spurs as they sit just three games behind the Warriors in the Western Conference standings. It’s also been a great season for Spurs’ backers as the team has upped their ATS record to 20-9 after stringing together six straight ATS wins, covering three double-digit spreads in that span.
The Spurs opened as -11 point favorites for tonight’s game in Minnesota against a struggling Timberwolves team who are 3-9 SU in their last 12 games. The Spurs have covered four straight spreads vs the T-Wolves, all of which coming by ten points or more.
Minnesota has been just as bad at the betting window as they have been on the court, going 2-8-1 ATS in their last 11 games. Their young stars are showing lots of promise, but they’re near the bottom of the league in points allowed per game at 103.3 and are also one of the association’s worst 3-point shooting teams, converting on just .324 percent of their three-point shots.
The Spurs, meanwhile, rank as the NBA’s top defensive team, allowing just 89 points per game, and are ranked third in three point shooting percentage at .375.