This Pacers-Nets Trend Is Wild!

The Nets have been abysmal on the road lately

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Nets (23-28) at Pacers (31-22)

Monday 2/9/20, 7:30pm EST


TREND: The Nets are 1-9 (2-8 ATS) in their last 10 road games.

STORYLINE: “It's been a struggle for the Pacers recently, but they are hoping to get back into the win column on Monday night, when they welcome the Brooklyn Nets to Bankers Life Fieldhouse for the first time this season. Indiana (31-22) has dropped five straight games, including four in a row at home. All five defeats have come in tight contests not decided until the final minutes, but the Blue & Gold have struggled with their late-game execution. In fact, the Pacers have been outscored in the fourth quarter in all five losses. On the bright side, the Pacers should finally debut their long-awaited starting lineup against Brooklyn. All-Star guard Victor Oladipo returned from a year-long absence on Jan. 29 and moved into the starting lineup on Feb. 5 in Toronto, but small forward T.J. Warren was out with a concussion. Warren was back on the court for Saturday's loss to New Orleans, but Oladipo was held out of that contest to allow his body to recover on the second night of a back-to-back.” - Wheat Hotchkiss, (2/9/20)

QUICK-HITTER: Although the Pacers have lost four-straight home games straight-up and against the spread, they’ll finally be able to roll out a starting lineup that includes Malcolm Brogdon, Victor Oladipo, TJ Warren, Domantas Sabonis and Myles Turner for the first time. The outcome of this game will be fascinating. Click the button below to instantly unlock our model’s best bet for this game!