The Utah Jazz will try and prevent going down 2 games to none tonight in San Antonio. NBA odds and trends can be found by visiting Oddsmaker sportsbook.
The Spurs have been one of the top teams in the league all season and the main reason for that is a stellar offensive attack. They are second in the league in points per game with 103 and are stacked in this department. The Spurs dispatch the Jazz by a score of 106-91 in game one en route to the comfortable win. Tony Parker led the Spurs with 28 points, while Tim Duncan turned back the clock and scored 17 points and grabbed 11 rebounds.
The Jazz need to rebound quick if they want to avoid a 2-0 hole. The Jazz also feature a very solid offense, averaging almost 100 points per game on the season but they were not prolific the other night. The Jazz showed vulnerabilities on defense that have been present all season. Paul Millsap led the way for the Jazz in game one finishing with 20 points.
The Spurs are an incredible 10-0-1 against the spread in their last 11 games, as San Antonio has been one of the more solid plays all season long. The Jazz are just 3-12-1 against the Spurs in their last 16 trips to San Antonio.
This is definitely a big number for any game, never mind a playoff game. We have confidence though in laying the points and taking the Spurs in this one at online sports books.