Philadelphia trusted the process and it has paid off. But has it paid off for backers of the Philadelphia 76ers at the betting window?
Not really. The Sixers are pretty much a spread loser at the window.
Still, there are a few roles where we can look to back the team that’s become too popular, too quick in the public’s eye.
Coming off a loss is probably the best time to trust the 76ers.
They are the type of team that is good enough to rebound with a vengeance and they have proven that recently with a successful spread mark in that role.
Also, when playing on just one day’s rest, exactly, the Philadelphia team has brought back a profit to its backers.
For the most part, however, it has been a disappointment for 76ers’ bettors.
When playing the second of a back-to-back has been the worst for the young team of stars. They are woeful in that role.
The Sixers also struggle covering the number when playing fellow Atlantic Division foes.
Also, Phillly doesn’t seem to get it done as a road favorite, often failing to cover the number when expected to win away from home.
After a win by the 76ers, they frequently fail to cover the next game out, as well.
A pretty good spot to look at making a profit on betting Sixers’ games is when they are playing the second of a back-to-back. There, Philly has a strong tendency to go OVER the btting total.
Also, Philadelphia’s division games also trend to the OVER, as well as, games with fellow Eastern Conference opponents.
Philadelphia’s games tend to stay UNDER, however, when the team is playing with exactly two or three days’ rest.
Also, the Sixers games tend to go UNDER when up against teams from the Western Conference.
Philly also tends to go UNDER in games as an away favorite and when coming of a loss, as well.
You can bet legally on the Philadelphia 76ers at sportsbooks in the United States in several states, including New Jersey, Nevada, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Mississippi.
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