With the 2020-21 NBA regular season heading into Week 10, it’s time for our weekly look at which teams are consistently covering the ATS sportsbook betting odds consistently and which teams are not.
One team has stood head and shoulders above all others this season when it comes to covering the spread. At the opposite end of the spectrum, another team is absolutely reeling from a stunning string of losses.
Now, let’s find out who’s hot and who’s not when it comes to cashing in against the NBA online betting ATS odds.
Week 10 ATS Betting: Hot
Utah Jazz (22-8 ATS)
Utah Jazz (25-6 SU) got past Charlotte 132-110 on Monday night to improve to 9-1 ATS over the last 10 games. Utah ranks identical in scoring (116.0 ppg) and points allowed (106.4 ppg). Donovan Mitchell is putting up a team-high 24.5 points per game and five other players all average double figures in scoring. Utah plays host to LeBron James and the LA Lakers on Wednesday night. The Jazz have gone a bankroll-boosting 13-2-1 ATS at home this season and 10-5 ATS on the road.
Phoenix Suns (19-10 ATS)
The Phoenix Suns (19-10 SU) had their six-game winning streak snapped in its epic collapse against Brooklyn on Tuesday but managed to rout New Orleans and Memphis by 18 and 31 points respectively in their next two games. Phoenix is 8-1 ATS over its last nine games and ranks fourth in points allowed (107.8 ppg). Seven Suns players average double figures in scoring, led by Devin Booker’s team-high 24.3 points per game. Phoenix is 9-5 ATS at home and 11-6 ATS on the road.
Chicago Bulls (18-12 ATS)
Chicago (14-16 SU) has won two straight and four and five including a 120-100 win over Houston on Monday. The Chicago Bulls have gone 4-1 ATS over the last five games. The Bulls average 114.7 points per game and allow an almost identical 114.8 points per contest defensively. Chicago is 11-4 ATS on the road and 6-8-1 ATS at home this season. Now in his seventh season, LaVine is averaging a career-high 28.6 points per game while shooting a scorching 51.8 percent from the field and 44.3 percent from 3-point distance. Chicago isn’t likely to be a title contender but you can check out which teams could potentially win their first NBA titles this season.
San Antonio Spurs (16-11 ATS)
San Antonio (16-11 SU) is starting to find its way heading into the new week. The San Antonio Spurs have won two straight, four of five and seven of their last 10 games overall. San Antonio hasn’t been in action since beating Charlotte 122-110 on Valentine’s Day. The Spurs have had four consecutive games canceled after four players tested positive for COVID-19. San Antonio averages 111.1 points per game (19th) while allowing 111.5 points per contest defensively (13th). The Spurs have gone 9-3 ATS on the road this season and 7-8 ATS at home.
Los Angeles Clippers (18-14 ATS)
The Los Angeles Clippers (22-10 SU) have dropped two of three while going 1-2 ATS during the short stretch. LA was on the wrong end of a heartbreaking 112-108 loss against the Brooklyn Nets on Sunday night. The Clippers are ranked sixth in scoring (115.2 ppg) and fifth in points allowed (108.8 ppg) but have gone 4-5 ATS over their last nine games. Kawhi Leonard and company are 10-5 ATS on the road and 8-9 ATS at home.
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Week 10 ATS Betting: Not
Denver Nuggets (13-17 ATS)
The Denver Nuggets (16-14 SU) have lost three of their last four including a 123-115 road loss against the Atlanta Hawks on Sunday. Denver has failed to cover the spread in three of four and seven of its last 10 games overall. The Nuggets are putting up 115.5 points per game (4th) while allowing 111.8 points per game defensively (14th). Denver ranks a discouraging 24th in defensive field goal percentage by allowing their opponents to shoot 47.3 percent from the field. The Nuggets are 7-9 ATS at home and 6-8 ATS on the road.
Houston Rockets (11-17 ATS)
The Houston Rockets (11-17 SU) has lost a league-high eight consecutive games including a 120-100 loss against red-hot Chicago on Monday night. The Rockets had consecutive games against Dallas and Indiana postponed last week. Houston ranks 23rd in scoring (109.0 ppg, 23rd) and allows more points per game (111.6 ppg, 12th) than it averages. The Rockets have gone 8-9 at home and 3-9 ATS on the road.
Dallas Mavericks (12-17 ATS)
The Dallas Mavericks (14-15 SU) got past Memphis 102-92 on Monday night to improve to an encouraging 5-1 SU over the last six games. The Mavs are 2-4 ATS over the stretch and 3-7 ATS over its last 10 games overall. Dallas allows more points per game defensively (113.8 ppg, 23rd) than they average offensively (112.5 ppg, 17th). The Mavericks are 8-6 ATS at home but an awful 4-11 ATS on the road.
Miami Heat (12-18-1 ATS)
The Miami Heat (14-17 SU) took out the Oklahoma City Thunder 108-94 on Monday night to improve to 3-0 SU and ATS over its last three games, but the Heat are 3-3 SU and ATS over its last six games overall. Miami averages an uninspiring 106.9 points per game (26th) but limits the opposition to 109.4 points per contest defensively (6th). Miami has gone 8-9 ATS at home and 4-9-1 ATS on the road.
Cleveland Cavaliers (10-21 ATS)
The Cavs were in good shape at 10-11 SU and ATS almost three weeks ago. Unfortunately, the Cleveland Cavaliers have lost 10 straight heading into Tuesday night’s matchup at home against Atlanta while failing to cover the spread in every game. The Cavaliers sit at the bottom of the ATS standings. Cleveland ranks 29th in scoring (103.8 ppg) and 22nd in points allowed (113.4 ppg). The Cavs have gone a pitiful 3-12 ATS at home and 7-9 ATS on the road.