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May 16, 2012

If anyone thought that a week’s rest would make a team rusty, they did not take into consideration the San Antonio Spurts. The Spurs played game one of their second round series against the Los Angeles Clippers as if they had not missed a beat. The Spurs took care of the Clippers 108-92 and extended their overall winning streak to 15 games.

Tim Duncan led the Spurs by scoring 26 points and pulled down 10 rebounds. That should be frightening to the Clippers, as Duncan has not been scoring this season as he has in the past with the play of Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili. The Clippers were playing their sixth game over just 11 days and looked tired as the game wore on. During the Spurs’ 15-game winning streak, they are defeating teams by an average of 17 points.

The Clippers were led by Blake Griffin who had 15 points but in just 28 minutes because of a knee sprain sustained in the series with Memphis. Griffin said he got tired easily in the game and turned his ankle in the first quarter.

The big matchup between All Stars’ Chris Paul and Tony Parker did not amount to what was hyped. Paul only was able to score just six points on the night. He did not score a field goal in the entire second half. Parker played subpar as well. He had just seven points, but produced 11 assists.

Paul only made 3 of his 13 shots on the night and could not explain why to reporters after the game. All he could say was he did not make his shots but game two was what they need to worry about now.

The early line opened with the Spurs as a 10-point favorite and is now at 10 ½. The total is at 191 ½. The Spurs will roll as home again in this game. Take San Antonio SU and ATS to rout the Clippers again. The total will cash out to the OVER bettors.

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Wednesday, May 16th, 2012 2011-2012, NBA Betting

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