The Brooklyn Nets have done a nice job of getting into a potential playoff position this season.
Interesting to note that when the Nets have exactly two or three days off between games, they have been very strong against the spread. However, they also have been good against the number with just one day off.
The Nets have also been good against the spread on the road, but they have been really stellar as a road favorite.
Brooklyn also has had good spread success when coming off a win.
When playing against teams in their division, the Nets have been terrific against the spread, as well.
In general, when favored, the Nets have been decent against the spread. When an underdog, Brooklyn still gets the money more often than not.
One area where the Nets struggle to cover the number is when they are on the second game of a back-to-back.
The Nets have generally gone OVER the total when playing on one day’s rest.
Brooklyn also has a tendency to go OVER when playing against teams from the Western Conference.
When coming off a win, the Nets have gone OVER more often than not.
Brooklyn seems to also go OVER when they are a home underdog but also have a tendency to go OVER as an underdog in general.
When Brooklyn plays games within its division, however, the total generally stays UNDER.
And when the Nets are a road favorite, that has been a pretty strong trend to the UNDER. As a favorite, in general, the Nets go UNDER.
The Nets also go UNDER more frequently when they have two or three days rest, or with no rest whatsoever.
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