NBA: 30 Team Review
With the All-Star game fast approaching I thought I'd take a quick look what all 30 teams have done SU, ATS and O/U thus far, to see if anything jumps out at us.
New York 23-11 SU - 17-16-1 ATS - 18-14-2 O/U
Brooklyn 19-15 SU - 15-17-2 ATS - 14-19-1 O/U
Boston 17-17 SU - 13-19-2 ATS - 17-16-1 O/U
Philadelphia 15-20 SU - 15-20 ATS - 17-16-2 O/U
Toronto 12-22 SU - 17-17 ATS - 17-17 O/U
Chicago 19-13 SU - 12-20 ATS - 12-20 O/U
Indiana 20-14 SU - 18-16 ATS - 13-20-1 O/U
Milwaukee 16-16 SU - 16-16 ATS - 13-18-1 O/U
Detroit 13-23 SU - 16-20 ATS - 17-18-1 O/U
Cleveland 8-28 SU - 15-21 ATS - 20-16 O/U
Miami 23-9 SU - 16-16 ATS - 15-17 O/U
Atlanta 20-12 SU - 13-18-1 ATS - 16-16 O/U
Orlando 12-22 SU - 17-16-1 ATS - 17-14-3 O/U
Charlotte 9-24 SU - 13-20 ATS - 18-14-1 O/U
Washington 5-28 SU - 17-14-2 ATS - 16-16-2 O/U
Oklahoma City 26-8 SU - 20-13-1 ATS - 18-16 O/U
Portland 19-15 SU - 15-18-1 ATS - 16-17-1 O/U
Denver 20-16 SU - 22-14 ATS - 18-18 O/U
Utah 18-18 SU - 17-18-1 ATS - 16-19-1 O/U
Minnesota 15-15 SU - 16-14 ATS - 14-15-1 O/U
LA Clippers 27-8 SU - 22-13 ATS - 20-15 O/U
Golden State 22-11 SU - 20-12-1 ATS - 20-12-1 O/U
LA Lakers 15-18 SU - 13-19-1 ATS - 18-14-1 O/U
Sacramento 13-22 SU - 16-18-1 ATS - 22-13 O/U
Phoenix 12-23 SU - 14-19-2 ATS - 16-19 O/U
San Antonio 27-10 SU - 22-14-1 ATS - 18-19 O/U
Memphis 22-10 SU - 19-12-1 ATS - 11-21 O/U
Houston 20-14 SU - 20-13-1 ATS - 20-14 O/U
Dallas 13-22 SU - 16-19 ATS - 21-14 O/U
New Orleans 9-25 SU - 17-17 ATS - 17-17 O/U
Other than in the Pacific there's nothing too out of the ordinary here. Some may argue that the Knicks rise and the Celtics fall in the Atlantic is noteworthy, but New York has finally shown some cracks in its armor after the quick start, and the fact remains that only six games separate the teams right now.
We all knew the Clippers would be heading to the playoffs, but I don't think anyone predicted that they'd be leading the league with a .771 win percentage. And certainly no one would have guessed that they'd be leading the charge in the ATS department, 22-13 (63%).
And with all the fanfare surrounding their numerous offseason blockbuster trades, the Lakers sub-par SU and ATS marks are ones that must be monitored closely moving forward.
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1* Kansas City (7:05 ET): The Royals dropped their final two games in Cleveland, including a 5-1 loss Thursday afternoon. The Tribe scored all five of its runs in one inning (the 5th) and offensively KC had no answer for Corey Kluber. But tonight they get to face a struggling starter (and former Indian!) Ubaldo Jiminez, who has an 0-4 TSR thanks to a 6.75 ERA and 1.875 WHIP to this point. They should have far more success at the plate tonight as they open up a three-game set at Camden Yards.
Baltimore won 11-4 yesterday in Toronto, scoring double digit runs for a second straight game. Offense is the Orioles' strength, but I see them getting slowed down here by Royals starter Yordano Ventura, who had been outstanding in two starts before running into Minnesota last time out. For all the alleged offensive prowess, the O's are averaging just 2.7 runs per game at home this year. Look for them to drop the series opener. 1* Kansas City.