The Los Angeles Clippers (29-16) will try to extend a three-game win streak when they visit the San Antonio Spurs (22-19) on Thursday, March 25 at AT&T Center as favorites. The matchup airs at 8:30 PM ET on FS-SW. The matchup has a point total of .
The betting insights in this article reflect odds data from William Hill Sportsbook as of March 25, 2021, 12:25 AM ET. See table below for current betting odds.
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Injury Report as of March 25
Serge Ibaka: Out (Back),
Patrick Beverley: Out (Knee)
Rudy Gay: Out (Foot),
Lonnie Walker IV: Out (Wrist),
Keita Bates-Diop: Out (Hamstring),
LaMarcus Aldridge: Out (Not With Team)
Clippers and Spurs Records ATS
- Los Angeles has put together a 25-20 record against the spread this season.
- The Clippers have a winning record against the spread when favored by 6.5 points or more, going 15-10 this season.
- 25 of 45 Los Angeles games this season (55.6%) resulted in a total more than the contest’s over/under.
- San Antonio has routinely covered the spread this season with a record of 23-17-1.
- The Spurs only hold a 2-3 record against the spread this season when they play as at least a 6.5-point underdog.
- 43.9% of San Antonio’s 41 games this season have gone over the over/under.
Head to Head
In their last meeting, the Clippers knocked off the Spurs 134-101. Kawhi Leonard led the Clippers with 25 points, and DeMar DeRozan paced the Spurs with 19. The Clippers covered the spread as 6-point favorites, and the teams scored 235 total points to go over the 222-point over/under.
|Date||Favorite||Home Team||Spread||Total||Favorite Moneyline||Underdog Moneyline||Game Type||Result|
|3/24/2021||Clippers||Spurs||-6||222||-236||191||Regular Season||134-101 LAC|
|1/5/2021||Clippers||Clippers||-7.5||225.5||-308||246||Regular Season||116-113 SA|
- Los Angeles’ games this season have resulted in a higher total score than Thursday’s matchup total (221.5 points) in 26 out of 45 opportunities (57.8% of matchups).
- In San Antonio’s games this season, the competing teams added up to a higher point total than Thursday’s matchup total in 21 out of 41 matchups (51.2%).
- The Clippers have seen a 224.4 average over/under in their games this season, 2.9 points more than the over/under in this matchup.
- The over/under for this matchup is 1.1 points more than the average over/under in Spurs’ games this season (220.4 points).
- The average implied total for the Clippers this season is 116 points, two more points than their implied total of 114 points in Thursday’s game.
- Los Angeles has scored more than its implied point total for this matchup (114) 27 times this season.
- The 114.7-point average implied total on the season for the Spurs is 6.7 more points than the team’s 108-point implied total in this matchup.
- San Antonio has put up more than 108 points in 23 games on the season.
- The Clippers are the NBA’s sixth-highest scoring team (115.2 PPG), while the Spurs allow their opponents the ninth-fewest points per game (110.7) in the league.
- The Clippers have totaled 274 more points than their opponents this season (6.1 per game on average), while the Spurs have been out-scored by 38 total points (0.9 per game average differential).
- The Clippers scoring leader is Leonard, who averages 25.9 points per game.
- Paul George leads Los Angeles with 5.4 assists a game and Ivica Zubac paces the squad with 7.0 rebounds per matchup.
- The Clippers are led by George from beyond the arc. He hits 3.3 shots from deep per game.
- Los Angeles’ blocks leader is Serge Ibaka, who records 1.2 per game. Leonard leads the team averaging 1.8 steals a contest.
- The Spurs go-to guy, DeRozan, leads the team in both scoring (20.5 points per game) and assists (7.3 assists per game).
- Jakob Poeltl’s 7.7 rebounds per game paces San Antonio’s rebounding effort. He also adds 7.1 points per game.
- Patty Mills leads the Spurs in shooting from beyond the arc, averaging 2.7 made threes per game.
- San Antonio’s Dejounte Murray has the top spot on the team’s steals leaderboard with 1.5 per game and Poeltl is first in blocks with 1.6 per game.
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