After a controversial 98-97 loss in Game 2 of their second round series against the Thunder, the Spurs will look to gain the upper hand in the series tonight in OKC. San Antonio isn’t an easy team to beat twice in a row, as evidenced by their 13-2 SU record following a loss, which includes a 10-0 SU record after losing as the favorite. The Thunder, meanwhile, haven’t been great at stringing wins together, posting a 2-6 record in their last eight games following a l.
Digging even deeper into the after a loss/after a win trend, the Spurs are 9-3 ATS in their last 12 games after losing as the favorite, while OKC is 0-4 ATS in their last four games after winning as the underdog.
All of this sounds pretty good for the Spurs so far, but quite simply, they haven’t been good in OKC. In their last 13 road games against the Thunder, they’ve gone 2-11 SU and ATS.
Analyzing tonight’s total, which opened the day at an even 200, the teams have gone UNDER in four of their last five games against each other. Hitting the UNDER on the road has become the norm for the Spurs, as they’re 4-11 O/U in their last 15 road games.