San Antonio Spurs at Chicago Bulls
Thursday, 2/17/11, 8:00 PM EDT, TV:  TNT
Opening Point Spread:  Chicago -2
Current Betting Line:  Chicago -2
Opening Total:  190.5
Current Total:  189

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Minnesota Timberwolves AT San Antonio Spurs
January 9th, 2011 at 7:05 PM EST
Opening Line:  San Antonio -12
Current Line:  San Antonio -11.5
Opening Total: 211
Current Total: 210
Opening Moneyline: San Ant -1000 / Minn +700
Current Moneyline:  San Ant -1075 / Minn +725

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The Southwest Division title looks like it will be the Spurs and Mavericks fighting for the top spot
Training camps have begun and tip-off is less than a week away, so it’s time to preview the upcoming NBA season. With all the movement in the offseason it is likely that some new teams will rise to the tops of their divisions. Let’s take a look at the Southwest Division. – All odds according to Pinnacle Sportsbook, although other places like Bodog offer online NBA betting on these props as well.

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It’s too early to fully decide for now, but I think it’s safe to say that Richard Jefferson in San Antonio isn’t working as well it seemed like it would. He has seen the same basic amount of playing time that he has in the past, but his production has dropped by seven points from last year, and is his lowest since he was a rookie in 2001. Three of the last four years he has averaged about 20 points or more per game. This year he has only topped 20 points three times. The Spurs have limped out of the gate at just 10-9 after a win last night, and they have been mostly lousy on the road and against good competition. It doesn’t really matter how he does now as long as the team makes the playoffs, but clearly the chemistry isn’t working yet.

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I find something poetic about trades that help both teams get better – even if I don’t really care about either team involved. that’s definitely the case in the NBA today. The Spurs found a way to get much more competitive next year, and the Bucks sacrificed some scoring now for some real payroll flexibility next year, and they added some real veteran presence in the meantime. If you missed the deal, the Spurs picked up Richard Jefferson, and in exchange they gave up Bruce Bowen, Kurt Thomas, and Fabricio Oberto.

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