Bookie Spotlight: The San Antonio Spurs 32-24-1 Against Spread

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Feb/25/2017

The San Antonio Spurs have been giving bookies fits with their 32-24-1 Against The Spread record this season.  Bookies in the San Antonio region, as is typical, have been getting beaten up pretty badly.

They’ve cooled off heading into the All Star Weekend, covering in only half of their last ten.  The failed to cover against three of the last five teams they face in their last meetings, which could provide a breather for the books.

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