Basketball betting is not very popular on the Los Angeles Clippers and it probably won’t be on Wednesday even though they are at home.
The Clippers host the Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday in NBA betting in a game that can be seen on ESPN.
Basketball betting on the Milwaukee Bucks has gone pretty well lately but the Bucks do not have the trends in their favor in this game on Wednesday. They have lost seven of the last ten against the Clippers and they are 2-7-1 in NBA betting. The Bucks and Clippers have not met in over a year when the Clippers won 101-92 at home. The Clippers have won four of their last five at home against the Bucks. Five of the last seven in this series have gone over the total.
Milwaukee is a team that is getting some attention lately in basketball betting. The Bucks are a sizzling 22-11 on the road in NBA betting this season. They are not far behind that pace in home games. It really hasn’t mattered where the Bucks play; they have been a team to follow in basketball betting. Milwaukee is 8th in the league in defense and 21st on offense so it is sometimes hard to see how they win games. Somehow though, the Bucks have been very successful against the spread. The Bucks have won their last six games overall so they are likely to be a popular choice in this game. Milwaukee has the super rookie Brandon Jennings and they also have other players who can make an impact including Andrew Bogut. It should be an interesting matchup between Bogut and Chris Kaman in this game.
The Clippers have been better at home this season in basketball betting than on the road. At least on their home court the Clippers can cover the spread. They do have some players who can score but the team plays very little defense. The Clippers have players like Baron Davis, Eric Gordon and Chris Kaman who can make an impact but far too often the team is inconsistent. That has been the case more often than not with Los Angeles through the years. The Clippers are simply not a very popular team because they continually lose. It was thought that it could be different this season but injuries and poor play have doomed Los Angeles.