The Atlanta Hawks have been in rebuilding mode for most of the season but have been a profitable team for bettors in a few key roles that could continue late in the season.
Despite a sub-par record and elimination from the playoffs, the Hawks have shown a profit when on the road this season.
The Hawks also have been a good bet when playing teams from the Western Conference.
Atlanta also has made money for spread bettors in the next game when coming off a straight-up victory.
The Hawks haven’t been a very good bet at home, however, and also have struggled to cover the second game of a back-to-back sequence.
Atlanta’s worst role, which hasn’t happened too often of late, is that of a favorite, either at home or on the road. The Hawks have been particularly awful, however, when expected to win in front of their home fans.
The Hawks have been a very strong OVER team with one day’s rest and also have a strong tendency to go OVER coming off a loss.
Also, Atlanta has a tendency to go OVER in games against Western Conference teams and against teams in their own division.
When playing as an underdog, Atlanta games usually go OVER the total, as well, particularly as a home underdog.
Atlanta is a team that generally has gone OVER this season, but it should be noted that the Hawks have consistently gone UNDER on the second game of a back-to-back and also when they have two or three days off before their next game.
You can bet legally on the Atltanta Hawks at sportsbooks in the United States in several states, including New Jersey, Nevada, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Mississippi.