*10* TNT POWER-HOUSE ~ *RED HOT* 23-10 RUN L10 DAYS! 9-1 L10 NBA!

*10* TNT POWER-HOUSE ~ *RED HOT* 23-10 RUN L10 DAYS! 9-1 L10 NBA!

Philadelphia vs. Milwaukee, 02/06/2020 20:00 EDT, Score: 101 - 112

Point Spread: +9/-105 Philadelphia

Sportsbook: Bodog

Result: Loss

10* Philadelphia (8:05 ET): Anyone that’s been following the Sixers this year knows that their home vs road splits are as dramatic as any team in the league. While 22-2 SU at home (+10.4 PPG), Philadelphia is 9-18 on the road and being outscored by 4.7 PPG. The L3 games have really driven the point at home as they’ve lost by double digits at Atlanta (10), Boston (21) and Miami (31). Tonight they’re in Milwaukee to face the best team in basketball. While history certainly suggests the 76ers will lose this game, it won’t be by as much as you might think.

Note that even with the horrible start to the current road trip, the Sixers are only getting outscored on average of 4.7 points per game on the road. Obviously, that number has gone up over the L3 games. The Sixers are just 9-17-1 ATS on the road, but what this is a reflection of is they rarely - if ever - are a dog of this size. Previous to this, the most points the 76ers have ever gotten in a game this year was 6.5. Also remember that they beat the Bucks 121-109 on X-Mas Day (at home) and led that game by 27 going into the 4Q.

Now there’s no denying that the Bucks are an awesome team that’s out for revenge. But an interesting thing I’m seeing is that they are “only” 9-6 SU vs. .500 or better opponents this season and 6-9 ATS. So they’ve really been feasting on non-winning teams. Philadelphia may not be a good road team, but they are still a good team overall and come in with a 31-20 overall SU record. Expect a tight game that might even be a little lower-scoring than anticipated. 10* Philadelphia

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