Bet on NBA Playoffs numbers favor the Dallas Mavericks in Game 3 of their first round playoff series against the San Antonio Spurs on Thursday.
The series is tied at one game each so tonight’s game is critical to both teams. The Mavericks are a five point favorite in NBA Playoffs odds with a total of 190.
Bet on NBA Playoffs odds are very competitive on this series in the Western Conference. The Mavericks won the first game while the Spurs took the second game. Tony Parker scored 24 points in the first game and exploded for 38 points in the second game to lead San Antonio. "For me, the main thing is to make sure that we do stuff that made us win Game 2," Parker said. "That’s my main focus, for me to be aggressive and make sure I help my team win."
Dallas has been great at home lately and that could come into play in this NBA Playoffs odds matchup on Thursday. Bet on NBA Playoffs stats tell us that the Mavericks are 15-1 at home since the All-Star break. One of the few positive trends for the Spurs is that they are 7-3-1 ATS in their last 11 bet on NBA Playoffs Quarterfinals games. The road team is also 15-7 ATS in the last 22 meetings between the two teams and that is a positive but one negative in bet on NBA Playoffs stats for the Spurs is that they are 2-6 against the NBA Playoffs odds in their last 8 playoff games as an underdog.
The trends are somewhat mixed on Dallas in this Thursday night matchup against the Spurs. The Mavericks are 14-6 ATS in their last 20 games as a home favorite. The Mavericks are 3-8 against the NBA Playoffs odds in their last 11 Conference Quarterfinals games.
The Under is 5-0 in the Spurs last 5 playoff games as an underdog. The Over is 5-2 in the Spurs last 7 Conference Quarterfinals games. The Over is 10-4-1 in the Spurs last 15 overall.
The Under is 13-3 in the Mavericks last 16 bet on NBA Playoffs games as a favorite. The Over is 4-1 in the last 5 meetings between the two teams.
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