San Antonio Spurs
3rd in Southwest Division
- Overall Record
- ATS Record
- Games out of playoffs
Spurs InjuriesAll NBA Injuries
There are no injuries for this team currently.
Spurs 2021 Schedule
|May 19th||@MEM||L 96-100||+4.5 L||U 223.5||MEM +165|
|May 16th||PHX||L 123-121||+2 L||O 220.5||PHX +110|
|May 15th||PHX||L 140-103||+10.5 L||O 225.5||PHX +480|
|May 13th||@NYK||L 98-102||+4.5 L||U 215.5||NYK +162|
|May 13th||@BKN||L 116-128||+4.5 L||O 233||BKN +170|
|May 11th||MIL||W 125-146||+7 W||O 233.5||SAS +240|
|May 9th||@POR||L 102-124||+6 L||U 233||POR +204|
|May 8th||@SAC||W 113-104||-4.5 W||U 223.5||SAS -190|
|May 6th||@UTA||L 94-126||+6.5 L||O 219||UTA +215|
|May 4th||@UTA||L 99-110||+7.5 L||U 220.5||UTA +260|
San Antonio Spurs Player Stats
San Antonio Spurs
The San Antonio Spurs have been a dynasty over the last two decades, but the 2020-21 season ended without a playoff berth. It was the first time in the history of the Spurs that the team hadn't made the playoffs in two straight years.
The Spurs of old are gone, and LaMarcus Aldridge is now retired, but that doesn't mean the roster is bare. Will DeMar DeRozan, Dejounte Murray, and Lonnie Walker lead the Spurs back to the playoffs in 2021-22? Read more about the Spurs, including their full schedule, odds, against-the-spread (ATS) performance, and more.
San Antonio Spurs Point Spreads
Despite having a down year by the franchise's standards, the Spurs still outperformed expectations in the betting market, going 38-32-2 against-the-spread, including a 23-12-1 record on the road. That refers to a spread bet, which is a wager completely on the margin of the game's final score.
Here's an example of a Spurs spread:
- San Antonio Spurs (+2.5)
- Memphis Grizzlies (-2.5)
In the betting market, the underdog has a plus sign and the favorite a minus sign. You can read the odds above as the Spurs are 2.5-point underdogs to the Grizzlies. That means a Spurs spread bet would win if San Antonio won the game or lost by one or two points. If the Grizzlies won by three or more, the Spurs spread would be graded a loser.
San Antonio Spurs Moneylines
If the margin aspect of spread betting isn't your thing, have a look at moneyline bets, which are wagers on simply which team will win. Here's another example using the Spurs:
- San Antonio Spurs -140
- New Orleans Pelicans +120
In this situation, the Spurs are favorites over the Pelicans. You can read these American-style odds by thinking in increments of $10. Because the Spurs are favorites, you have to pay more: If you want to profit $10, you'd have to bet $14 at -140 odds. In contrast, the Pelicans moneyline would pay $12 for every $10 bet if they won.
San Antonio Spurs Over/Unders
Let's say you aren't confident which team will win, but you do think it'll be a defensive slugfest. You can bet on over/unders, also called totals, which are bets on how many points will be scored in a game. Let's say the Spurs played the Mavericks and the total was set at 222. In that situation, an over bet would win if the teams scored 223 or points combined; an under would hit at 221 or fewer points. A game can push on the exact number as well.
San Antonio Spurs Props
Prop bets are less common but incredibly fun, and there are a ton to choose from in any given game. These are often player-focused -- called player props -- or situation-based. For example, you can be on DeMar DeRozan to score over/under 23.5 points. Another example might be which player will score first in a Spurs game.
If you think the Spurs can get back to the playoffs in the 2021-22 season, you'll likely find good odds at a sportsbook for that. That type of bet is called a futures bet, and it refers to any wager that settles at a later date. Some other Spurs futures include DeMar DeRozan to win the scoring title, the Spurs to win the Southwest Division, and more.