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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- February 12, 2016 - 9:00 PM
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- 5dimes @ Over 5.5 110
1* Over Flames/Coyotes (9:05 ET): Because the Flames went to a shootout last night (won!), I can only assume that the public will be "lining up" to go against them here. But that could be a mistake. The opponent, Arizona, has lost each of its last five games and given up a TON of goals in the process. Over is the best possible play here.
That three-game win streak has come with a lot of offensive production for the Flames. They tallied five goals in regulation last night in San Jose and then got credit for a sixth by winning the shootout. That came on the heels of two more wins where they scored four times each, all eight goals coming in regulation. As I said before, Arizona is giving up a TON of goals recently. It was only two to Vancouver in a loss Wednesday, but in the four games prior (again, all losses), the total was 21 (all but one in regulation)! The 'Yotes have given up a ton of shots during this time (35.6 per game) and goaltending numbers across the board are terrible.
In fact, this is a matchup of two teams that rank in the bottom three in the league in overall save percentage. Calgary is dead last in that department and will not have Kari Ramo to lean on tonight. Instead, it will be Jonas Hiller, who came in for the shootout last night due to Ramo getting hurt. The back to back situation thus does the Flames no favors here. Over the last five games, they've been fortunate to allow just 2.4 goals per game on an average of 32.0 shots. Their offensive production may decrease a little from last night, but I still expect to see plenty of goals on both sides here. The Over is 12-5 for Calgary this season if they scored 4+ goals the previous game. 1* Over Flames/Coyotes (9:05 ET):