NBA Betting – New Jersey Nets at Phoenix Suns

November 30, 2010 NBA Basketball

NBA betting on Sunday has the Phoenix Suns heavily favored over the New Jersey Nets.

It is a very tough spot for New Jersey in terms of pro basketball betting.  The Nets are playing the last game of a four-game road trip and they are in a back-to-back situation, having played in Utah last night.

NBA betting history does not support New Jersey either.  The Suns have won 9 of the last 10 games against the Nets. Phoenix is also 6-3-1 against the pro basketball betting pointspread in those games.  At Phoenix, the Suns have owned the Nets according to NBA betting information.  They have won the last nine meetings between the two teams straight up.  In terms of the pro basketball betting pointspread it is not that much better for New Jersey.  They are 1-7-1 against the basketball betting line in those nine games.

The Suns have been led this season by Amare Stoudemire and Steve Nash.  NBA betting stats show that Stoudemire leads in points while Nash leads in assists.  On the other side, the Nets are led by Vince Carter and Devin Harris.  Carter leads in scoring while Harris is the leader in assists.

If you want to wager on the NBA betting total you should know that 7 of the last 10 meetings have gone under.  Six of the last seven have gone under the pro basketball betting total.  At Phoenix, four of the last five meetings have gone under the NBA betting number.

Rarely in NBA betting do you get two huge trends in the same game but that is the case on Sunday. NBA betting trends are big in favor of Phoenix and the under in this matchup.  That doesn’t mean the Suns will win and the game will go under the NBA betting number, but the trends definitely point in that direction.

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