You can say many things about the NBA betting odds series between the San Antonio Spurs and the Phoenix Suns but one thing you can’t claim is a lack of quality basketball in what has, so far, been the best played basketball of the entire NBA playoff betting season. These are two very skilled teams led by superstar players, that are coached very well, and the result has been beautiful basketball.
Love or hate the Suns or Spurs, or both, these two teams have been consistently executing better than any other team in the NBA betting right now. And even though the Spurs are down 2-0 in this basketball betting matchup they haven’t played poorly by any stretch of the imagination. It’s simply that the Suns have been better so far in the sports betting action.
But is should come as little surprise to most sports betting fans that these teams are playing well. The Suns and Spurs may not have the most talented rosters in the NBA betting action, but they make up for any short-comings by playing smart, disciplined basketball. Games 1 and 2 have fallen in favor of the Suns and they deserved both basketball betting victories.
The Spurs had a game plan in both of those sports betting losses and for the most part executed them quite well, getting 20 + points from each of its Big 3 players (Manu Ginobli, Tim Duncan and Tony Parker) and it still wasn’t enough. Former NBA betting MVP Steve Nash has been a maestro directing traffic in this NBA playoff betting series and is the main reason why the Suns are now favored in the NBA betting odds to win this series.
His 33 points and 10 assists in Game 1 was perhaps the greatest individual performance in the 2010 NBA playoff betting so far and he has gotten all his teammates involved in the scoring. The Spurs are not out of the sports betting competition yet, but they must win Game 3 and Game 4 to keep this series alive. The San Antonio fans are rabid and should provide a tremendous boost in next two games of the basketball betting series and it’s very likely that the series could return to Phoenix with the series tied at 2-2.