The Phoenix Suns (25-11) are 6.5-point favorites as they try to build on a five-game winning streak when they host the Indiana Pacers (16-19) on Saturday, March 13, 2021 at PHX Arena. The matchup airs at 10:00 PM ET on FS-AZ. The point total for the matchup is 221.
The betting insights in this article reflect odds data from DraftKings Sportsbook as of March 13, 2021, 1:05 AM ET. See table below for current betting odds.
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Injury Report as of March 13
Devin Booker: Day To Day (Knee),
Cameron Johnson: Out (Health and Safety Protocols)
T.J. Warren: Out (Foot),
Caris LeVert: Out (Kidney)
Suns and Pacers Records ATS
- Phoenix has a 24-11-1 record ATS this year.
- When favored by at least 6.5 points, the Suns are 6-3 against the spread this season.
- 18 of 36 Phoenix games this season (50%) resulted in a total more than the contest’s over/under.
- Indiana has a 14-21 record ATS this season.
- When playing as at least a 6.5-point underdog, the Pacers manage an even 2-2 record against the spread.
- Indiana and its opponents have typically hit the over this season, doing so in 57.1% (20) of its 35 games played.
Head to Head
The Suns got a team-high 34 points out of Mikal Bridges on the way to a 125-117 victory over Domantas Sabonis (28 points) and the Pacers in their most recent matchup on January 9, 2021. The Pacers were 3-point favorites in the game, but the Suns covered the spread in the loss. The teams combined to score 242 total points to go over the 217-point over/under.
|Date||Favorite||Home Team||Spread||Total||Favorite Moneyline||Underdog Moneyline||Game Type||Result|
|1/9/2021||Pacers||Pacers||-3||217||-148||123||Regular Season||125-117 PHO|
- Phoenix’s games this year have resulted in a higher total score than Saturday’s matchup over/under (221 points) in 15 out of 36 opportunities (41.7% of matchups).
- 22 Indiana games this year (62.9% of its matchups) finished with a final total higher than Saturday’s point total of 221 points.
- The Suns have seen a 221.4 average over/under in their games this season, 0.4 points more than the over/under in this matchup.
- The over/under for this contest is 4.3 points fewer than the average over/under in Pacers’ games this season (225.3 points).
- The Suns’ average implied point total this season is 0.9 fewer points than their implied total in Saturday’s game (113.1 implied points on average compared to 114 implied points in this game).
- Phoenix has outscored this matchup’s implied point total (114) 17 times.
- The average implied point total on the season for the Pacers (113.3) is 6.3 more points than the team’s implied total in this matchup (107).
- Indiana has scored more than 107 points in 27 games on the season.
- The Suns are at the 12th spot in the NBA’s scoring charts (113.9 PPG), while the Pacers allow the 20th-fewest points per game (112.5) in the league.
- The Suns have totaled 233 more points than their opponents this season (6.4 per game on average), and the Pacers have scored only eight more points than their opponents (0.3 per game).
- The Suns scoring leader is Devin Booker, who averages 25.2 points per game.
- Phoenix is led in rebounding by Deandre Ayton’s 11.2 rebounds per game and assisting by Chris Paul’s 8.8 assists per game .
- Jae Crowder is the top three-point shooter for the Suns, knocking down 2.4 per game.
- Phoenix’s steals leader is Paul, who collects 1.2 per game. Ayton leads the team averaging 1.1 blocks an outing.
- Malcolm Brogdon owns the Pacers top spot in scoring with 21.2 points per game and also tacks on 4.6 rebounds and 6.2 assists per contest.
- When it comes to Indiana leaders in rebounds and assists, the team has two players at the top: Sabonis with 11.1 rebounds per game and T.J. McConnell with 6.8 assists per game.
- Justin Holiday leads the Pacers in shooting from beyond the arc, averaging 2.5 made threes per game.
- McConnell is at the top of Indiana’s steals hierarchy with 2.0 steals per game and Myles Turner leads the squad in blocks with 3.4 per game.
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