The Milwaukee Bucks (26-14) bring a five-game winning streak into a home matchup with the San Antonio Spurs (22-16), winners of three straight. The Bucks are heavy favorites (-10) in the contest, which tips at 9:00 PM ET (on FS-WI) on Saturday, March 20, 2021. The matchup’s point total is set at 226.5.
The betting insights in this article reflect odds data from FanDuel Sportsbook as of March 20, 2021, 5:05 AM ET. See table below for current betting odds.
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Injury Report as of March 20
Rodions Kurucs: Day To Day (Abdominal)
Keita Bates-Diop: Out (Hamstring),
LaMarcus Aldridge: Out (Not With Team)
Bucks and Spurs Records ATS
- Milwaukee’s record against the spread is 19-21 this season.
- When favored by at least 10 points, the Bucks are 11-5 against the spread this season.
- 23 of 40 Milwaukee games this season (57.5%) resulted in a total more than the contest’s over/under.
- San Antonio has outpaced the spread so far this season with a record of 22-16.
- San Antonio and its opponents have typically been held under the total points bet this season, only hitting the over in 44.7% (17) of their 38 games played.
- In Milwaukee’s matchups this season, the Bucks and their opponents have eclipsed Saturday’s point total of 226.5 points 25 times (62.5% of opportunities).
- 17 San Antonio games this year (44.7% of its matchups) finished with a final score greater than Saturday’s point total of 226.5 points.
- This season, the average total for Bucks games is 231.9 points, 5.4 more than the over/under of 226.5 points for this contest.
- A difference of 6.2 points separates this matchup’s over/under (226.5 points) and the average total points bet in Spurs’ games (220.3 points) this season.
- The Bucks’ average implied point total this season is 1.7 more points than their implied total in Saturday’s game (119.7 implied points on average compared to 118 implied points in this game).
- Milwaukee has outscored its implied point total for this matchup (118) 23 times this season.
- The 114.5-point average implied total on the season for the Spurs is 6.5 more points than the team’s 108-point implied total in this matchup.
- San Antonio has scored more than 108 points in 22 games this season.
- The Bucks are at the second spot in the NBA’s scoring charts (119.5 PPG), while the Spurs allow the seventh-fewest points per game (110.1) in the league.
- The Bucks have put up a total of 283 more points than their opponents this year (an average of 7.1 per game), and the Spurs have out-scored opponents by only five points on the season (0.1 more per game).
- Giannis Antetokounmpo leads the Bucks in points, rebounds and assists. He contributes 29.1 points per game while tacking on 11.8 rebounds and 6.2 assists.
- The Bucks are led by Khris Middleton from long distance. He makes 2.2 shots from deep per game.
- Milwaukee’s steals leader is Jrue Holiday, who averages 1.8 per game. Brook Lopez leads the team averaging 1.5 blocks a contest.
- The Spurs go-to guy, DeMar DeRozan, leads the team in both scoring (20.3 points per game) and assists (7.3 assists per game).
- Jakob Poeltl collects all of the boards and is the San Antonio leader in rebounds, pulling down 7.7 per game.
- Patty Mills is tops from three-point range for the Spurs, knocking down 2.7 threes per game.
- Nobody on San Antonio grabs more steals than Dejounte Murray (1.5 per game) or blocks more shots than Poeltl (1.5 per game).
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