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NBA Handicapping: Home courts burn tickets in February

02.14.2011     02:19 PM     Printer Friendly

Teddy Covers posted a threat in the Sportsmemo Forum last Friday titled Home Court Disadvantage. Teddy pointed out how poor the spread records were for NBA home teams in the month of February (currently 31-65-1 32% ATS). Below is an updated team-by-team list heading into Monday night's action. Indiana, Portland and Sacramento are the only teams that have winning ATS records on their home turf. Utah and New Orleans have been the worst; both at 0-4 ATS. Your meaningless stat of the day: We are over 50 games into the season and for some crazy reason Detroit and Indiana have yet to face one another despite playing in the same division. On Wednesday, the two teams hook up for the first of four games.

NBA Home Court ATS Records for February
Atlantic
Home ATS Feb
Central
Home ATS Feb
Southeast
Home ATS Feb
Boston
2-2
Chicago
0-0
Atlanta
1-3
New Jersey
1-3
Cleveland
2-2-1
Charlotte
1-3
New York
1-3
Detroit
1-4
Miami
1-1
Philadelphia
1-2
Indiana
2-1
Orlando
2-2
Toronto
2-2
Milwaukee
1-2
Washington
1-3
Northwest
Home ATS Feb
Pacific
Home ATS Feb
Southwest
Home ATS Feb
Denver
1-3
Golden State
2-3
Dallas
0-1
Minnesota
0-3
L.A. Clippers
0-1
Houston
0-3
Oklahoma City
1-1
L.A. Lakers
0-2
Memphis
1-3
Portland
2-0
Phoenix
2-2
New Orleans
0-4
Utah
0-4
Sacramento
3-2
San Antonio
0-0


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