Spurs to take Online Betting NBA Stage against MinnesotaPosted by: Anthony Yaylor
The end of the online betting NBA regular season is in sight, which means that bettors will soon have to wager on NBA playoff lines, and soon after that, bid NBA betting farewell. There’s still plenty of games left on the schedule for players to get their fill, but soon enough, it’ll be time to pick a favorite to go all the way.
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The regular season will come to a screeching halt on April 12th. Until then, those who bet on basketball games online will have several opportunities to get to know all the competitors, from the leaders of the East and the West (Cavaliers, Warriors) to their nearest competitors (Celtics, Spurs). Tuesday night’s betting action will offer the perfect opportunity to get to know the Spurs a little bit better, as they take on the Timberwolves in Minnesota.
Spurs vs. Timberwolves – Tuesday, March 21
When: 9:30 pm ET
Where: Target Center, 600 N 1st Ave, Minneapolis
Online Betting NBA Line:
San Antonio Spurs -5 (-110) 205 ½ (-110) -200
Minnesota Timberwolves +5 (-110) 205 ½ (-110) +170
San Antonio Spurs
As aforementioned, the Spurs are the team closest to giving the Warriors a run for their money. San Antonio comes into Tuesday night’s game with a 53-16 record that places the franchises 3-games behind Golden State. Additionally, the Spurs are enjoying a 4-game lead over 3rd place Houston.
The Spurs open as heavy online betting NBA favorites against Minnesota. San Antonio is used to being pegged as the odds on favorite, and rightfully so as the Spurs have turned in yet another successful season under Gregg Popovich. However, the Spurs have gone 1-2 in their last three games, so we’ll have to see if the Timberwolves can hold off the home court.
The Spurs will turn to leading point scorer Kawhi Leonard to lead them in Tuesday night’s matchup. Leonard is averaging 26.1 points, 5.9 rebounds, and 3.4 assists per game. Second in points for San Antonio is LaMarcus Aldridge who is netting 17.4 points, 7.5 rebounds, and 2.1 assists per game
The Timberwolves haven’t turned in a winning season since 2005 and this year is no different. Coming into this contest with a 28-41 record, few bettors expect Minnesota to give the Spurs any trouble. Especially when considering that the Timberwolves have lost three in a row.
Nevertheless, Minnesota is hoping that Karl-Anthony Towns is able to lead them to a triumphant upset. Towns is putting up 24.6 points, 12.2 rebounds, and 2.8 assists per outing. Second in points for Minnesota is Andrew Wiggins who is currently draining 23.0 points, 4.1 rebounds, and 2.3 assists for the struggling Timberwolves.