|Written by Jerry Santiago|
|Sunday, 05 April 2009 08:49|
Basketball betting fans have also been out of the money recently on New Jersey while pro basketball betting on Philadelphia has been up and down. Basketball betting handicappers have had quite a challenge in trying to figure out the Philadelphia 76ers this season.
Philadelphia had an overall pro basketball betting record of 38-35 straight up and 33-38-2 against the spread. From March 18 through March 31 the Sixers went into a tough basketball betting stretch in which they went 3-5 against the spread. Philadelphia was ranked just 22nd overall on offense
Defense has been the basketball betting strength of the 76ers as they ranked 11th. Andre Iguodala led Philadelphia in scoring with an average of 18.5 points per game. From March 18 through March 31 Philadelphia went on an over/under Basketball betting stretch in which they went under the total in 6 out of 8 games.
In their last meeting with New Jersey on February 23 the Sixers lost 96-98 as 2.5-point road chalks as the game snuck over the total of 191.5. The New Jersey Nets simply never put it together this basketball betting season. The Nets had a pro basketball betting record of 30-44 straight up and 37-36-1 against the spread.
New Jersey has not been an effective basketball betting host as they covered just 16 out of 37 games against the spread. New Jersey went into a rough basketball betting stretch from March 8 through March 30 in which they paid off gamblers just 3 times out of 12 games.
From March 18 through March 30 the Nets went on an over/under basketball betting stretch in which they went under the total in 6 out of 7 games. Devin Harris has been a bright spot in an otherwise dim basketball betting season for the Nets as he has led the team in scoring with 22.2 points per game and also led in assists with 7 per game.
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