San Antonio Spurs Odds, Betting Guide & Picks for 2019-20
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The San Antonio Spurs have made the postseason 22 consecutive seasons and, in addition to their rock-solid veterans, now have a few intriguing young guards who could continue their postseason streak. Though the championship window has closed, there’s still a lot to like about Gregg Popovich’s squad.
Here’s the key odds available and how you should bet them:
Spurs Win-Total Betting
The Line: 46.5 with SugarHouse
The Spurs won 48 games a year ago and now get Dejounte Murray and Lonnie Walker back from injuries that cost both most of last season. DeMar DeRozan and LaMarcus Aldridge are still playing like All-Stars, but the road in the West is tough. This could be the year Popovich’s Spurs begin to decline.
The Bet: We think they’re due for a down year and like the under here.
Spurs Southwest Division Odds
The Line: +350 with DraftKings
The Houston Rockets have supplanted the Spurs as the favorite in the Southwest over the last few seasons, and 2020 will be no different. Even in a best-case scenario for the Spurs (and a worst-case for the Rockets), they can’t compete.
The Bet: Houston will run away with this division, so it’s best to avoid these odds.
Spurs Western Conference Odds
The Line: +3500 with FanDuel
The Spurs have won the Western Conference twice this decade, but they’ll stay at that number as the calendar flips to 2020. There’s simply too much firepower in the West for the Spurs to compete.
The Bet: It’s safe to leave these odds alone, even if the kids grow up in a hurry.
Spurs NBA Title Odds
The Line: +6600 with 888sport
Popovich has done more with less than any coach over the past few seasons, but the Spurs just aren’t contenders any longer. The Western Conference is a powerhouse, and the Spurs just haven’t been able to keep up in the post-Kawhi era.
The Bet: Avoid these long odds.
Best Spurs Player Prop Bets
Murray missed all of last season with a torn ACL but is a prime breakout candidate in 2020. He should get close to 30 minutes a night as Spurs starting point guard, and Popovich will put him in a position to be successful from Day 1. His supporting cast will only help him.
The Bet: These are excellent odds for a potential star in the making.