- The Detroit Pistons have -105 odds to cover a 5-point spread against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
- The Pistons have gone 16-2-2 against the spread in their last 20 games.
DETROIT – As crazy as it may sound, the Detroit Pistons have held their own as one of the best teams in the NBA against the spread with a 42-33-2 ATS record despite having a losing margin on the season of -7.6 points.
Looking ahead to Friday night with their game against the Oklahoma City Thunder, online sportsbooks have them going in as a 5-point favorite, however, they have slightly longer odds to cover at -105 odds.
Detroit Pistons Vs. Oklahoma City Thunder Odds
- Detroit Pistons -5 -105
- Oklahoma City Thunder +5 -115
Killing The Spread
The Pistons have been on a heater against the spread over their last 20 games going 16-2-2. They have covered against tough opponents as well including the Brooklyn Nets, Boston Celtics three times, Miami Heat, and the Chicago Bulls. All of which are headed for a playoff series.
On the other side, the Oklahoma City Thunder have done a spectacular job against the spread as well with the second-best spread record in the league at 46-26-4.
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While many could argue that in their last 20 games they’ve gone 13-7 ATS, they have not done it against the best opponents. Six of those games came against teams that are below a .500 record.
Also, the Thunder struggle against the spread when playing at home having gone 2-6-2 ATS in their last ten home games. They are also 1-4-1 ATS in their last six home games against a team with a losing road record.
As for where the money lies on the NBA odds in this one, it is all over the Pistons' hot streak continuing. They are taking 81% of bets and 82% of the money on the spread.
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