The Biggest NBA Point-Spread Upsets Since 1995: Nets Set All-Time Mark
Welcome to the club, Brooklyn.
In fact, welcome to the pinnacle.
The Brooklyn Nets shocked the Milwaukee Bucks 119-116 on Tuesday afternoon, earning themselves the biggest NBA upset since at least 1995.
The Nets closed at 18.5 or +19 depending on the book with almost their entire team injured or not in Orlando. They topped a Bucks team that has been elite by every measure this season but has little reason to push itself the remainder of the NBA bubble regular season.
Timothé Luwawu-Cabarrot — seriously — led the Nets in scoring with 26 points.
Though the Nets cashed at more than 15-1 on the moneyline, it’s unreliable to use that as the measure of biggest upsets because books have much different ways of setting moneylines on these massive spreads.
Biggest NBA Upsets Since 1995
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