Basketball Odds: Los Angeles Clippers at Indiana Pacers

March 20, 2012 NBA Basketball

When it comes to attacking, the Los Angeles Clippers are not looking good but thanks to Chris Paul, the team has managed to win two games on the road. On the other hand, the Indiana Pacers are struggling and need someone to motivate them.

Los Angeles is going to play two back-to-back away matches. On the other hand, the Pacers main objective will be to start winning, after losing seven matches out of the last nine. NBA Betting action on Los Angeles Clippers at Indiana Pacers game.

In terms of statistics, the Clippers are currently 1 1/2 games behind the Los Angeles Lakers that are leading the Pacific Division. The Pacers have no real chance to catch the leaders in the Central Division after performing so miserably. It is worthwhile pointing out that Indiana has scored more than 100 points two times in the last eight matches.

With the addition of Leandro Barbosa, there is a belief in the Pacers camp that things are going to improve. It still remains to be seen how he is going to perform in his new team but surely the Pacers can not do any worse. Simply put, they have already hit their season low.

In the match odds market at the sportsbook, you can back the Indiana Pacers at odds of 1.65, which is very low, given their lack of form. You can back the LA Clippers at odds of 2.46. If the Clippers improve their offense, they are surely going to beat the Pacers. In the handicap market, you can get a 4 point start with Clippers at odds of 2.0. If you believe that Indiana is going to cover this line, you can back them at 1.95.

Talking about the total match points market, you can back under 186.5 points at odds of 2.0, while the over 186.5 points is available at 1.92. Under is a good investment in this market. In the player head to head market, you can back Blake Griffin at 1.80 against Danny Granger at 2.10.

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