NBA Betting – Pistons vs. Timberwolves

November 30, 2010 NBA Basketball

NBA betting odds on Wednesday have the Detroit Pistons favored on the road against the Minnesota Timberwolves.

The Pistons have won six of the last ten games against Minnesota and they are 7-3 against the basketball betting pointspread.

NBA betting trends determine that the Pistons have won three of the last four games at Minnesota.  They are also 3-1 against the NBA odds in those games.  Earlier this season the two teams met in Detroit and the Timberwolves shocked the Pistons 106-80 as NBA betting results indicate.  Basketball betting statistics indicate that the Timberwolves shot 53% in that game while Detroit shot only 37%.  The Pistons only had two players in double figures as Tayshaun Prince had 20 points and Jason Maxiel had 12.  Richard Hamilton and Allen Iverson went a combined 5 for 22 in that game as NBA betting stats show.  Minnesota had four players in double figures led by Randy Foye’s 23 points.

The Pistons have been a better road team NBA betting than at home.  That is not saying a whole lot though considering Detroit is right around the .500 mark on the road on the basketball betting number.  It just says that Detroit has been terrible at home when looking at the NBA betting pointspread.

Minnesota has not been a good team at home this year either with the NBA odds. They are well below .500 at home versus the NBA betting number while on the road they have been very solid.  The Timberwolves don’t win many games but at least on the road they are getting big points and can cover the NBA betting pointspread.  That doesn’t happen as much at home.

Three of the last four meetings between the two teams have gone over the NBA betting total.  Three of the last four at Minnesota have also gone over the NBA betting number.  Minnesota has been a slight over team at home this year in the NBA betting total.

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