San Antonio Spurs vs Los Angeles Lakers




We have a Western Conference NBA matchup to discuss for Thursday when the San Antonio Spurs meet the Los Angeles Lakers. This will be the third meeting between the teams this season with Los Angeles winning both games in San Antonio. The Spurs enter this matchup with a 3-4 record and defeated the Los Angeles Clippers on Tuesday night by a score of 116-113. Los Angeles comes into this contest riding a four-game winning streak and defeated the Grizzlies in Memphis 94-92.

Spurs Knock Off Clippers

San Antonio plays the eighth-fastest pace in the NBA and is averaging 111.4 points while allowing 114.9 points per game. They defeated the Clippers in Los Angeles Tuesday night by a score of 116-113 and covered a +7.5 point spread with Los Angeles missing Paul George. San Antonio is 5-2 ATS overall and 3-0 ATS as the away team this season.

The Spurs ended a four-game losing streak with a 116-113 upset victory over the Clippers Tuesday night. Patty Mills came off of the bench to score 27 points and Dejounte Murray added 21 points with six caroms and five assists to lead San Antonio. Spurs leading scorer DeMar DeRozan scored just six points with five rebounds and a team high six assists to leads San Antonio.

Lakers Four Game Winning Streak

The Lakers are twentieth in the NBA in pace while averaging 114.1 points and allowing 104.1 points per contest. Los Angeles defeated Memphis on Tuesday night by a score of 94-92 and failed to cover a -9.5 point spread. The Lakers are 4-4 ATS overall and 2-2 ATS at home this season.

Anthony Davis and LeBron James each scored 26 points to lead the Lakers past a feisty Memphis Grizzlies squad and came out with a two-point win. Davis ended up with ten rebounds and four assists while James had 11 caroms with seven dimes. Los Angeles committed 17 turnovers on the night and up from its 15.7 turnovers allowed per game.