Spurs, Warriors Head Up Top Rated NBA Odds ATS Teams To Bet On
With a full slate of NBA action taking place tonight and a ton more over the coming weekend, NBA odds enthusiasts everywhere need to know which teams are covering the spread consistently! Thanks to this expert online betting analysis on the top 10 ATS teams in the league heading into Friday night, you’re going to be well-armed with information that could help you cash in early and often over the course of the coming weekend. Okay, with that said, let’s get started.
Another heartbreaking finish. Magic come up short down the stretch in Milwaukee. pic.twitter.com/2rsUClRgLN
— Orlando Magic (@OrlandoMagic) January 27, 2016
Best ATS Betting NBA Teams
10. Orlando (23-20-1 ATS, 20-24 SU)
The Magic have lost seven straight games and nine of their last 10 games overall while failing to cover the spread in five straight and eight of their last 10 games overall.
9. Portland (25-22 ATS, 21-26 SU)
The Blazers may have lost LaMarcus Aldridge, but Damian Lillard and C.J. McCollum have helped Portland compile a winning ATS record both at home (12-10 ATS) and on the road (13-12 ATS)
8. Denver (24-21-2 ATS, 18-29 SU)
The Nuggets have been a complete mess this season, but they’re also a scorching 6-1 ATS in their last seven games and 14-8-1 ATS on the road.
7. Boston (25-21-1 ATS, 26-21 SU)
The overachieving, but under-talented Celtics just keep playing their little hearts out – when they should be tanking for a top pick! The C’s have won four straight and are 14-10 ATS away from home this season.
6. Pistons (25-20-1 ATS, 25-21 SU)
The Piston are just 3-3 SU and ATS over their last six, but hey, Stan Van Gundy’s squad is also a bankroll-boosting 15-6-1 ATS at home this season.
5. Dallas (27-20-1 ATS, 26-22 SU)
The Mavs have lost three of their last four games while failing to cover the spread in each of their last three. Dirk and the boys are 14-7 ATS at home but just 13-13-1 ATS on the road.
4. New York (28-20 ATS, 22-26 SU)
The Knicks have lost four straight but have managed to cover the spread in their last two. While New York has exceeded expectations this season (Thanks Kristaps Porzingis) they’ve also failed to cover the spread in five of their last eight games.
3. Toronto (27-19 ATS, 31-15 SU)
The raptors have won 10 straight games but had their five-game ATS winning streak snapped in their win over the Knicks on Thursday. Toronto is 13-10 ATS at home and 14-9 ATS on the road.
2. Golden State (28-17-1 ATS, 42-4 SU)
Want to cash in on the Warriors this season? Then get them on the road where they’ve gone 16-7-1 ATS! Oh…the Dubs are also 4-1 ATS over their last five.
1. San Antonio (31-15 ATS, 39-7 SU)
The Spurs bounced back from their humbling loss against Golden State to rout underachieving Houston by 31 points to improve to 3-2 ATS over their last five. The Spurs have been a great play at home where they’ve gone 18-7 ATS this season.