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Bobcats at Clippers – The Bobcats are 5-0 ATS (4.8 ppg) since December 06, 2004 on the road versus the Clippers. The Clippers are 0-10 ATS (-7.8 ppg) since February 11, 1997 after a double digit win in which they had more turnovers than assists.
Hawks at Jazz – The League is 0-8 ATS (-8.2 ppg) since November 19, 2008 at home with at most one day of rest after a road win in which they had at least 10 shots blocked. The Jazz are 8-0-1 ATS (10.9 ppg) since February 02, 2009 when their opponent is playing in at least their fourth straight road game.
Bucks at Knicks – The Bucks are 8-0 ATS (3.8 ppg) since November 07, 2008 with at most one day of rest after a win in which the percentage of their baskets that were assisted was at least ten percentage points higher than their season-to-date average. The Bucks are 6-0 ATS (6.2 ppg) since January 17, 2003 on the road with at least one day of rest off a win in which their leading scorer for that game had fewer than 20 points. The Knicks are 8-0 ATS (10.9 ppg) since January 19, 2008 when seeking revenge for a home loss in which they led at the half. The League is 8-0 ATS (8.4 ppg) since January 11, 2009 with at most one day of rest off an overtime home loss in which they held a double digit lead.
Pacers at Mavericks – The Pacers are 9-0-1 ATS (7.8 ppg) since February 04, 1998 after a double digit road win in which their field goal attempt per turnover ratio was at least eight. The Mavericks are 0-10 ATS (-10.8 ppg) since February 10, 2008 after a game at home in which they had at least five fewer turnovers than their season-to-date average.
Bulls at Wizards – The Bulls are 8-0 ATS (11.2 ppg) since November 18, 2008 after a double digit win in which they allowed less than 40% from the field. The Wizards are 0-9 ATS (-10.2 ppg) since January 07, 2009 at home with at most one day of rest after a game in which they scored less than 15% of their points from the free throw line.