Thu 24/01/2013 - 22:39 EST
Los Angeles Clippers vs Phoenix Suns NBA Online Wagering
As we anxiously wait for the Super Bowl, NBA action features the Phoenix Suns and the Los Angeles Clippers on Thursday, January 24, 2013 at 10:30 PM ET from the US Airways Center in Phoenix, Arizona. The Clippers have one of the best records in the league while the Suns have struggled to a 14-28 mark so far this year. We will back Los Angeles Thursday night in this NBA contest featuring West Coast teams.
Los Angeles Clippers: Continuing hot start to season
Los Angeles has a formula for winning, jumping out to a 32-11 mark to start the season, and seem to avoid losses easily. The Clippers are even 13-6 on the road. The Clippers enter the game on a two-game losing streak, which has not happened often for them this year at home or on the road. They could be without Chris Paul for an undetermined amount of time, which could affect their overall play in their upcoming games.
Phoenix Suns: Trying to find a winning method
Phoenix has struggled to a 14-28 mark to begin the season and are just 10-11 at home. The Suns have lost 13 of 16 games and have dropped four straight games at home. Head coach Alvin Gentry was fired last week after the team lost seven of eight games. Interim head coach Lindsey Hunter picked up his first win when the Suns knocked off the Sacramento Kings 106-96 on Wednesday night. Gentry was fired on Friday.
Even though this game features two teams going in opposite directions, it should still be very intriguing to say the least as the Clippers are without one of their most productive players in Chris Paul. The top online sportsbook that can be found at Bodog.ca has the Clippers as -6.5 (-105) favorites on the road. We will bet 15 percent of our bankroll on the Clippers and the spread Thursday night in Phoenix, Arizona.
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