The Indiana Pacers (28-35) visit the San Antonio Spurs (15-47) on March 2, 2023 at AT&T Center. The Spurs are underdogs by a 4.5-point margin as they enter the matchup losers of two in a row with a 4-6 record in their last 10 games. A 235-point over/under has been set in the matchup.
How to bet Pacers vs. Spurs
Indiana Pacers vs. San Antonio Spurs Odds
The spread for this matchup is set at 4.5 points, with bookmakers listing the Pacers as the favorites.
As for the moneyline, the Pacers have -186 odds to pick up the win, while the Spurs are listed at +157 to claim victory.
Finally, the total for the game is set at 235 points.
Pacers vs. Spurs Game Time and How to Watch
- Game Day: Thursday, March 2, 2023
- Game Time: 8:30 PM ET
- TV Channel: KENS
- Location: San Antonio, Texas
- Arena: AT&T Center
Pacers vs. Spurs Betting Trends
The Pacers have 34 wins against the spread in 63 games this season. Indiana has been victorious in eight, or 66.7%, of the 12 contests it has been chosen as favorites in this season. Pacers games this year have hit the over 30 times in 62 opportunities (48.4%).
The Spurs have 25 wins against the spread in 62 games this year. San Antonio is 13-46 in games it was listed as the moneyline underdog (winning 22% of those games). Spurs games this season have gone over the point total 54.8% of the time (34 out of 62 games with a set point total).
Potential Starting Lineups and Key Players
Pacers vs. Spurs Injury Report
Spurs: Khem Birch: Out (Knee), Romeo Langford: Out (Adductor), Isaiah Roby: Out (Ankle), Keldon Johnson: Out (Foot), Tre Jones: Probable (Foot), Devin Vassell: Probable (Knee), Joshua Primo: Out (Undisclosed), Malaki Branham: Probable (Hip)
What you need to know about the Indiana Pacers
So far this year, Indiana is putting up 115.1 points per game (12th-ranked in NBA) and ceding 117.5 points per contest (23rd-ranked). The Pacers are averaging 117.4 points per game this year when playing at home, which is 4.7 more points than they’re averaging in away games (112.7). The Pacers have seen an increase in scoring recently, racking up 115.5 points per game in their last 10 outings, 0.4 points more than the 115.1 they’ve scored this season.
Indiana is top-five this season in three-point shooting, ranking fifth-best in the league with 13.9 treys per game. Meanwhile, it ranks 11th with a 36.4% shooting percentage from three-point land. In terms of shot breakdown, the Pacers have taken 57.3% two-pointers (accounting for 66.3% of the team’s buckets) and 42.7% threes (33.7%).
What you need to know about the San Antonio Spurs
San Antonio is 25th in the league in points scored (112.2 per game) and worst in points conceded (122.4). The Spurs are putting up more points at home (113.2 per game) than on the road (111.2). In their past 10 games, the Spurs are putting up 110.3 points per game, compared to their season average of 112.2.
Beyond the arc, San Antonio is second-worst in the NBA in 3-pointers made per game (10.5). It is ranked 25th in 3-point percentage at 34%. The Spurs attempt 66.5% percent of their shots from inside the arc, and 33.5% percent from beyond it. In terms of makes, 75.6% of the Spurs’ baskets are 2-pointers, and 24.4% are 3-pointers.
Our pick to win this contest is the Pacers, and we predict that Pacers will cover the spread (Pacers -4.5). Finally, we see the scoring in this one going under the posted total of 235 points.
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