While it is only the third time this season that the Spurs have won two matches in a row, beating the Lakers and the Clippers, they are currently one of the hottest teams not yet hit by covid. With the performance of the team of Gregg Popovich, everything is fine, plus, in the absence of a clear leader, the group of main performers is playing great, and the bench is excellently functioning, which scored 65 points in the last match. Spurs have won four of their last seven home fights. On average, Texans score at home 114 points per game, and the average total of home games is 227 points. The Spurs have an excellent chance of a first streak of three wins in a season.
The pistons are in a terrible state, plus the team’s infirmary is full. Leader Jeremy Grant will not play, who will miss the 7th match in a row. In addition, there are 5 performers in the covid protocol, some of whom are from the main cast. Head coach Duane Casey will not be on the coaching bridge again. Among other things, “Detroit” on the road since the beginning of the season won only twice, and the losing streak stretched for 9 matches, in seven of which the difference in the score was at least 9 points. Note that in 8 of the last 10 away matches, “Detroit” conceded at least 109 points, and in fact will have to play with a very powerful attack.
In this meeting, on the one hand, you can take the Spurs victory with a handicap (-10), which I really don’t like, although the Spurs at home have not been inferior to Detroit since 2015 and are now playing a cut higher. On the other hand, you can take a risk and raise the odds to 2.24 by taking the combined bet for the victory of “San Antonio” and the total of the match over 216.5 points. Detroit have scored at least 112 points in two of their last three away games. The Spurs have conceded at least 111 points in four of their last five home games.