NBA betting for Tuesday includes a matchup in Indiana as the Pacers host the Philadelphia 76ers.
NBA betting scheduling information tells us that this is the first of a back-to-back for both teams as the Sixers play at home tomorrow against Denver while the Pacers are in Charlotte. Basketball betting odds have Indiana favored in this game on Tuesday.
NBA betting trends do favor the Pacers here. They are 6-4 straight up and 6-3-1 against the NBA odds in the last ten games against Philadelphia. At Indiana though, the Pacers are only 2-2 against the NBA betting number in the last four games against Philly. The Sixers won earlier this season at Indiana by a score of 94-92 as basketball betting results show. The teams have split their two meetings this season in Philadelphia with the 76ers winning 99-94 earlier this month while the Pacers won 95-94 in December.
Indiana has been a tough team to figure out at times for NBA betting experts. NBA betting statistics tell us that the Pacers are the only team in the NBA to defeat the four best teams in the league, the Lakers, Celtics, Cavaliers and Celtics, yet Indiana is on the outside looking in at the Eastern Conference playoffs. Two things you can count on with the Pacers though are that they are tough at home versus the basketball betting number and that they go over the NBA odds total at home. NBA betting stats show that the Pacers have been led in scoring by All-Star forward Danny Granger.
The 76ers have been an up and down team as well and they have fared better against the NBA betting number on the road than at home. Losing Elton Brand to injury does not seem to have affected them too much, as they are still playing solid basketball.
The last four meetings between the two teams have all gone under the NBA betting total. At Indiana, the over/under is 2-2 in the last four games as basketball betting stats show. The Pacers have been an over team this season so that NBA betting trend could change.
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