How Long Can The Utah Jazz Continue Their ATS Dominance?

  • The Utah Jazz are 18-2 against the spread in their last 20 games.
  • Utah has the best record in the league.
  • The Jazz face the Los Angeles Clippers, Charlotte Hornets, and the Los Angeles Lakers in their next three games.

SALT LAKE CITYThe Utah Jazz have been good to sports bettors who have wagered on the team to cover the spread recently.

The Jazz are on a historic run, going 18-2 against the spread in their last 20 games. The record, set by the 2014 Atlanta Hawks is 19-1.

Can Utah continue this run, however? Sports betting fans betting on the NBA should look to the team’s history as well as their upcoming schedule as they put action on the team in the coming days.

Utah’s Dominance

The Jazz continued their ATS run, covering the -5.0 spread to beat the Los Angeles Clippers. This is what brought the team to 18-2. Not only has Utah been winning games, but has been dominating constantly.

During this run, the Jazz put up an 11-game stretch of covering the spread, with an average winning margin of 15.6 points. For the season Utah holds a 9.7 point winning margin.

Both Utah stars in guard Donovan Mitchell (24.2 PTS, 4.4 REB, 5.1 AST) and center Rudy Gobert (14.2 PTS, 13.4 REB, 2.7 BLK) are having career years so far which is driving the team to the best record in the league at 24-5.

The Jazz are looking to continue this stretch, facing the LA Clippers again in their next outing, and the Jazz should manage to cover the yet-to-be-set spread.

Both star forwards Kawhi Leonard and Paul George are out with injury’s still, and the red-hot Jazz already managed to blow them out 114-96 in the last matchup.

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Can The Streak Continue?

The best record against the spread in NBA history was 19-1 in 20 games by the Atlanta Hawks in 2014. The Hawks streak came to an end two games after reaching this historic milestone.

After the injured Clippers, Utah faces a young Charlotte Hornets team and then the defending champions Los Angeles Lakers.

Charlotte is inconsistent on defense, and has a 5-7 away record, and will be facing Utah at home. Utah should be able to cover the spread against the Hornets, unless USA online sportsbooks inflate the line by adjusting the spread, making the Jazz have to cover by even more points.

The real challenge will come when facing the LA Lakers. While LA is without star big man Anthony Davis, sports bettors should note that the lakers are the number two defensive team in the league, the Jazz are first.

The Lakers are also 8-2 in their last 10 games and have a 13-3 record on the road. Those against the Jazz to cover the spread would be banking on this game to do so.

The Jazz record, based on history, is not sustainable. There will be a game where a team either beats them or manages to score enough points that Utah is unable to cover.

While the streak has been profitable to NBA betting fans so far this season, expect things to be brought back down to earth fairly soon.