NBA Odds & Sharp Betting Pick for Warriors vs. Spurs: Pro Action Flips Tuesday’s Spread (Feb. 9)
Ronald Cortes/Getty Images. Pictured: Dejounte Murray #5 of the San Antonio Spurs and Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors.
NBA Odds: Warriors vs. Spurs
|PRO Projection||SAS -0.2|
|Time||8:30 p.m. ET|
If oddsmakers’ goal was simply to split the betting public in half on tonight’s Warriors-Spurs spread, they’ve essentially accomplished it (at least based on the betting percentages as of writing). But that hasn’t meant a lack of line movement.
In fact, the favored side has changed since this line opened as big bets from sharps have overwhelmingly poured onto just one side.
Note: Odds, data as of 1:30 p.m. ET.
NBA Sharp Betting Pick: Warriors vs. Spurs
As mentioned, the overall bet count is pretty evenly split on this game. As of 1:30 p.m. ET, the Warriors hold just a 52-48% edge in terms of spread tickets.
Still, they’ve managed to jump the fence from +1.5 to -1 in this game thanks to their backing from sharp bettors.
Four Bet Signals from Action Labs have been triggered on Golden State, revealing four instances of market-wide movement caused specifically by sharp betting.
Sharp Action edge: Warriors
Of course, that’s a financial liability for which sportsbooks need to account, but perhaps more importantly, it reveals Golden State to be landing much bigger bets — the ones more likely to come from professionals.
Big Money edge: Warriors