How to make money betting on Indiana Pacers? Well, the Indiana Pacers have been one of the most pleasant surprises for NBA fans and bettors this season.
Already a team with a modest outlook, the Pacers seemingly exceeded expectations early in the season until their star went down with a season-ending injury.
But that didn’t stop Indiana from continuing to produce a winning record and making some money for backers along the way.
When at home, the Pacers have been very good against the spread.
But when the Pacers have been at home and are an underdog is when they really have been strong covering the number.
Interestingly, when playing the second game of a back-to-back, the Pacers get the money more often than not.
When the Pacers hit the road, it has been almost the opposite, however.
When away from Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indiana isn’t very good at covering point spread, either as a favorite or an underdog.
As an underdog, in general, the Pacers have been below par at covering the number.
Also, when playing with one day of rest, the Pacers don’t fare very well against the number in the next game.
Indiana Pacers Over / Under betting strategies
Probably the best way to make money on Indiana Pacers games has been to go UNDER when they are a home favorite.
The Pacers also have a strong tendency to go UNDER when playing with exactly one day’s rest. Coming off a win, the Pacers also seemingly go UNDER more often than not.
In games against Eastern Conference opponents, the Pacers’ games tend to go UNDER more frequently. In fact, the Pacers are generally an UNDER team when it comes to the total. However, there are a few roles were Indiana has played at an OVER pace.
The most frequent situation that lends itself to Indiana’s games going OVER is when the Pacers are favored on the road. One other spot where Indiana leans OVER is when it is playing on exactly two or three days’ rest.
Indiana Pacers Betting Sites & Free Bets
You can bet legally on the Indiana Pacers at sportsbooks in the United States in several states, including New Jersey, Nevada, West Virginia, Indiana, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Mississippi.