San Antonio Spurs Betting
The BetUS sportsbook has NBA odds available for the San Antonio Spurs. You can use the deposit bonuses you acquire when joining for all of your online betting needs from betting on live games to betting on San Antonio with the sportsbook’s basketball futures.
There are plenty of value betting markets involving the Spurs and you can bet on their NBA conference odds and NBA Championship odds. There are also a wealth of NBA game props to bet on throughout the year.
San Antonio Spurs Betting Outlook
- Championship Odds: +15000
- Conference Odds: +7500
- Division Odds: +2500
The Spurs are still in a rebuilding phase and that is shown in betting markets. There hasn’t been much support for the Texas-based franchise, especially to win the Southwest Division.
The +2500 odds to win is a generous price given the strength of the division, so futures bettors can find value with that market.
The problem is the lack of standout talent and experience. Derrick White and Dejounte Murray are the highest paid players on the team, so there isn’t a notable player who can carry them into the playoffs and beyond.
Spurs 2021-22 Predictions
- Regular Season Record: 29-53
- Conference Standing: 13th
- Division Standing: 4th
San Antonio Spurs Team Leaders
It’s very much Murray’s team. Despite being only 25, he has shown good leadership qualities.
Not only is Murray a vocal player on court, he’s their best offensive asset. He averaged 15.7 points last season, which was second behind the departing DeMar DeRozan.
White wasn’t far behind withat 15.4 ppg, but the Spurs have lost the likes of Paddy Mills, DeRozan and Rudy Gay, so a lot of the leadership group has been gutted.
The Spurs made the play-in tournament after going 33-39 during the regular season. They lost to the Memphis Grizzlies 100-96, which sent them packing.
It was the first time in history that the Spurs missed the playoffs in consecutive seasons. It was a disappointing season, especially after they made a serious investment in DeRozan, who never lived up to expectations.
The problems came at home, where the Spurs were 14-22. They finished 6-6 against Southwest Division teams, so that is a positive.
The worst month was May, where the Spurs went 2-8. It’s the wrong time to have a dreadful month, which included winning only one home game.
On a positive note, former Kentucky player Keldon Johnson showed good improvement, averaging 12.8 points in 69 games. He was also among the rebounding leaders, which is a good sign for his future.
Zach Collins, power forward, Portland Trail Blazers
Bryn Forbes, point guard, Milwaukee Bucks
Al-Farouq Aminu, forward, Chicago Bulls
Doug McDermott, small forward, Indiana Pacers
Thaddeus Young, power forward, Chicago Bulls
DeMar DeRozan, Chicago Bulls
Rudy Gay, Utah Jazz
Patty Mills, Brooklyn Nets
Joshua Primo, Alabama
Joe Wieskamp, Iowa
Gregg Popovich continues his long-term association as head coach of the Spurs.
He started coaching the team in 1996, and is still going strong. With five NBA titles under his belt, Popovich is one of the most successful coaches in NBA history.
Also acting as president of the franchise, Popovich has hinted at retirement in the next few years, but with a young team under his wing, he’ll look to give them guidance and potentially make the playoffs.
Apart from his first season, he hadn’t missed the playoffs until 2019-20. A lack of top-level talent hasn’t helped, but with 1,963 wins and 1,310 losses, Popovich has stood the test of time.