San Antonio Spurs Odds
San Antonio Spurs Odds
For bettors in Texas — when the state eventually allows online sports betting — the San Antonio Spurs will be a huge draw at legal online sportsbooks.
Bet options will include Spurs moneylines, spreads, player props, futures, live bets, and more. See below for the latest San Antonio Spurs betting odds at online sportsbooks, team stats, and more.
Tonight’s Spurs odds
Check the current San Antonio Spurs lines from legal online sportsbooks below. Click any odds to go to the sportsbook, create an account, claim available bonuses and start betting.
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How to bet on the Spurs online in Texas
Betting on the Spurs in Texas will be easy if the state legalizes online sportsbooks. This would mean you can create accounts, browse the odds, make practice bet slips to see your payouts, place your bets and keep tabs on your account all from your phone. Here are the steps to take if Texas ever allows online betting:
- Follow a link from our site to access the sportsbook signup page.
- Sign up: You’ll find a button to sign up or register for a new account.
- Enter your details: Sportsbooks require you to provide them with your information in order to set up an account. This will likely include your name, address, birthday, phone number, Social Security number and more.
- Accept the terms and conditions: Accept the sportsbook’s terms and conditions, which include allowing the company to use geolocation software to verify your location to ensure you are in a legal location before you can bet.
Download the app: Download the sportsbook’s app to your phone. It will allow you to take your bets from anywhere within a state where online betting is legal.
- Deposit some funds: You’ll need to put some money into your account before you can start betting. This may also unlock some bonuses, but either way you’ll be able to start betting.
- Place bets: You now will be able to bet on any options available at your sportsbook, including betting on the San Antonio Spurs and the NBA.
How to read Antonio Spurs betting lines
Here are three of the most popular bets available for wagering on Spurs games at top basketball betting sites:
Spurs moneyline bets
Two teams are scheduled to play, and you choose which one will win. If you’re right, you get paid based on how much you bet and the odds when you made your bet.
The favorite to win will have negative odds, such as -185, and the underdog will be positive, like +225. Here’s an example of what a Spurs moneyline bet might look like at DraftKings Texas sportsbook (once betting is legal in TX):
- San Antonio Spurs -185
- Utah Jazz +170
When you see negative odds, it tells you how much of a bet would win $100. In the case of the Spurs, a $185 bet would pay out $285, which includes your original stake coming back to you plus your winnings.
Positive odds indicate what you stand to win for every $100 you bet. So, at $100 for a bet on the Jazz, you could receive $270 total.
Spurs point spread bets
Many bettors prefer the point spread to the moneyline because it “evens” the game for the two teams by assigning a specific number of points that the favorite in the game must win by.
If the favorite doesn’t win by that much or more, then bets on the underdog will win. A Spurs point spread bet might look like this at Caesars Sportsbook in Texas:
- San Antonio Spurs -6.5 (-110)
- Utah Jazz +6.5 (-110)
For bets on the Spurs to win, they have to win by seven or more points. The Jazz just need to keep the game closer than that to win money for those who wagered on them.
The odds for the point spread work the same as they do for the moneyline and other bets.
Spurs over/under bets
These bets, which you’ll also see as over/unders, have nothing to do with which team wins the game. Instead, the sportsbook sets a line for the total combined score of the game, and you can bet on the actual total score being over or under that line.
A standard over/under in a Spurs game may look like this on the BetMGM Sportsbook app:
- Over 202.5 points (-110)
- Under 202.5 points (-110)
If the two teams combine to score more than 203 points (like a 108-100 final), then bets on the over would pay out. Anything at 202 points or below would pay out for the under. In this NBA totals example, both sides have odds of -110.
San Antonio Spurs futures odds
Futures bets are all focused on more distant outcomes — like which player will win the league MVP award at the end of the season, which teams will win conference titles, which will win the overall title, and more.
Futures lines for the Spurs typically come out in the offseason. NBA Finals odds, for instance, generally become available soon after the previous finals concluded. The odds can be pretty wild at that point, with little data behind them, which means if you manage to land the correct bet, you’ll get a solid payout.
The danger with that is how much the picture can change as more data and information becomes available and the season progresses.
Some bettors like to take that risk in order to maximize their possible reward. Others like to wait and gather more information, even though it means the sports lines may get tighter and tighter with each passing week.
Live betting on Spurs games
Live betting is a relatively new creation in sports betting. Just as it sounds, you can wager on the game while it is playing out on the court.
It’s fast and sometimes furious with ever-changing odds and quick decisions. And while that sounds stressful to some, it’s been a boon for sportsbooks as customers have made it one of the most popular aspects of betting.
Once you’ve downloaded a Texas sportsbook app onto your phone or tablet, you can find live betting options and choose which game you want to wager on. Bets will be a mix of updated pregame lines and in-game props like the next player to sink a free throw.
Where do the San Antonio Spurs play their home games?
- Name: AT&T Center
- Address: 1 AT&T Center Parkway, San Antonio, Texas
- Owner: Bexar County
- Operator: Spurs Sports & Entertainment
- Basketball capacity: 18,418
- Opened: Oct. 18, 2002
- Construction cost: $186 million in 2003 ($280 million in 2021 dollars)
Spurs gambling partnerships
While the San Antonio Spurs haven’t officially announced a gambling partner, in 2021 the team entered into an agreement with Bet365 to create a free-to-play game for fans at Spurs home games.
In the future, the team may add an official gambling partner. In the NBA at a league level, both FanDuel Sportsbook and DraftKings Sportsbook are official betting partners, with MGM Resorts being the official gambling partner of the league.
How to watch the San Antonio Spurs
Spurs games may appear on nationally televised broadcasts throughout most of the season. They are typically available on ABC, ESPN, TNT, and NBA TV. Cord cutters or those who prefer streaming can use NBA League Pass by purchasing a subscription to watch the games online.
San Antonio Spurs FAQ
A number of greats have played for the Spurs, ranging from Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker to George “The Iceman” Gervin to David Robinson. The best, however, has to be Tim Duncan. The five-time NBA champion, three-time NBA Finals MVP, two-time NBA MVP, 15-time All-Star, 10-time All-NBA First Team selection, and Rookie of the Year (1998) averaged 19 points per game, 10.8 rebounds, three assists, and 2.2 blocks. In the postseason, he averaged 29.6 points, 11.4 rebounds, three assists, and 2.3 blocks.
The organization began as the Dallas Chaparrals, which lasted from 1967 to 1970 and again from 1971 to 1973. In 1970 and 1971, the team was the Texas Chaparrals. The team then became the San Antonio Spurs in 1973.
In 2019, Peter Holt became chairman of Spurs Sports & Entertainment, which owns the Spurs and their home court. He is the managing partner, as well. His mother, Julianna Hawn Holt, held the role prior to him.
According to Forbes, the Spurs are currently valued at an estimated $1.8 billion.