We are into month five of the 2015/16 NBA Season, and this week sees some epic match ups take place. LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers travel to Utah to take on the Jazz, who have surprised many, sitting third in the Northwest Division.

Then it’s Dwight Howard and the Houston Rockets hosting the LA Clippers. Finally, it’s the match up we have been waiting for, with the two best teams in the league go head-to-head when the Golden State Warriors take on the San Antonio Spurs in Texas!


Sunday, March 20th, 10:30am (AEST) @ AT&T Center, Texas

  • The Spurs have won 11 of their last 12 matches in 2015-16.
  • San Antonio has just a 29/37 over/under record this season.
  • Golden State and San Antonio have a combined win-loss record of 116-16 this season.
  • The Warriors have won 22 of their last 24 matches.
  • Golden State’s overall over/under record this season stands at 39/27.
  • Both Golden State (31-0) and San Antonio (32-0) are undefeated at home this season.
  • Their home win over New Orleans Pelicans on Tuesday (AEST) was a record 49th in a row for Golden State.

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Thursday, March 17th, 11:30am (AEST) @ Toyota Center, Houston

  • Despite a relatively average season, the Rockets have won four of their last five matches.
  • Houston’s over/under record reads 40/27 so far this season.
  • In their three matches this year, the Rockets have won twice, however the Clippers won their last match, which was played two months ago.
  • In those three match-ups the over/under reads 2/1.
  • The Clippers’ recent run of form is not overly impressive, having lost three of their last five (discounting their clash with Spurs).
  • LA’s over/under record this season is 26/39.
  • This is the third of seven consecutive away games for the Clippers.

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Tuesday, March 15th, 12:30pm (AEST) @ Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City

  • The Jazz have 31-35 record this season, but following their last two wins against the Kings (108-99) and the Wizards (114-93), they are just two wins outside the final eight in the Western Conference. In their last ten home games, they have notched up seven wins and covered the line on four occasions.
  • The Cavaliers are back to their winning ways after a bit of a midseason slump. After winning seven of their last ten games, they have moved three wins clear of the Toronto Raptors at the top of the Eastern Conference ladder. Away from home, they are 20-12 for the season and 7-3 from their last ten. During that final stretch, James and his men have covered the line six times.
  • Utah has averaged 97.7PPG through their last ten home matches whilst giving up 93.3PPG to their opponents to hold a 5-5 over/under record through that same stretch. For the season, they’re 28-27-1 over/under including 13-20 at home.
  • Cleveland have scored 107.8PPG and allowed 100.9PPG in their last ten away games, going 6-4 over/under through that period. They hold a 32-33 over/under season record, including an even 14-18 away from home.

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