What are the odds of the Phoenix Suns vs Atlanta Hawks?
Caesars Sportsbook lists Phoenix as a four-point road favorite, and tip-off is scheduled for 7:30 p. m. ET. The total number of points Vegas thinks will be scored, or the Over-Under, is 226. 5 in the latest Suns vs. Hawks odds. Before you make any NBA predictions with the Suns vs.
When do the Atlanta Hawks play the Phoenix Suns?
The Atlanta Hawks will host the Phoenix Suns on February 3. The Atlanta Hawks will continue their homestand when they host the Phoenix Suns at the State Farm Arena on Thursday, February 3. The Hawks are coming off a 100-106 loss to the Toronto Raptors, which snapped their seven-game winning streak.
How good are the Phoenix Suns compared to Atlanta?
Phoenix is excellent on the offensive end, and Atlanta struggles mightily on defense. The Suns are scoring 1. 13 points per possession, third-best in the NBA, and Phoenix leads the NBA in field goal percentage at 47. 8 percent. The Suns are No. 4 in the league in three-point accuracy, making 36.
How do the Suns and Hawks compare against the spread?
Both the Suns and Hawks have performed well against the spread. The Suns have the second-highest cover percentage in the league at 62.5%. The Hawks are eighth at 55.4%. The Hawks won and covered the spread in six straight home games. The Suns covered the spread in four of their last five games.
Why the Suns can cover
Phoenix is excellent on the offensive end, and Atlanta struggles mightily on defense. The Suns are scoring 1.13 points per possession, third-best in the NBA, and Phoenix leads the NBA in field goal percentage at 47.8 percent. The Suns are No.
Why the Hawks can cover
Atlanta deploys a high-powered offense that is difficult to stop. The Hawks are scoring 113.3 points per 100 possessions, No. 2 in the NBA, and Atlanta leads the league in protecting the ball, committing a turnover on only 12.5 percent of possessions. The Hawks produce 1.97 assists for every turnover, No. 4 in the NBA, and Atlanta is No.
How to make Suns vs. Hawks picks
SportsLine’s model is leaning over on the total. The model also says one side of the spread has all the value. You can only see the model’s pick at SportsLine.
Phoenix Suns Predicted Lineup
G – Chris Paul | G – Devin Booker | F – Mikal Bridges | F – Jae Crowder | C – Deandre Ayton.
Atlanta Hawks Preview
The Atlanta Hawks have had a change in approach as they make a mid-season surge to return to playoff contention. Although they lost their last game against the Raptors, the Hawks will look to improve on their 24-26 season record.
Atlanta Hawks Predicted Lineup
G – Trae Young | G – Kevin Huerter | F – De’Andre Hunter | F – John Collins | C – Clint Capela.
Suns vs Hawks Match Prediction
The Phoenix Suns should emerge as victors in this away fixture against the Atlanta Hawks.
Where to watch Suns vs Hawks game?
The Phoenix Suns vs Atlanta Hawks game will be broadcast nationally on TNT. The game will be locally broadcast on Bally Sports Southeast. The game will also be available on the NBA’s League Pass platform. Fans can listen to the game by tuning into WZGC 92.9 FM The Game too.
Odds Shark: Suns 110.2, Hawks 109.4
The site predicts that Phoenix will win, but takes Atlanta with the points. It predicts that the total will go under.
Winners and Whiners: Suns will cover against Hawks
Chris King writes: “Both teams have been on rolls of late as the Suns have 11 straight victories on the books while the Hawks have won seven of eight. Atlanta hung tough without Young against the Raptors but couldn’t come up with the critical plays down the stretch.
Picks and Parlays: Suns 119, Hawks 108
It writes: “Atlanta G Trae Young (shoulder) did not play in Monday’s loss and is listed as questionable for this game. These two teams rank in the top three of the league in offensive efficiency, so the over is worth a look. The stronger play is on Phoenix to win their 12th straight.”
Capper’s Picks: Take the Suns to cover vs. Hawks
Tamberlyn Richardson writes: “This is an intriguing match, particularly when you consider each of these clubs made deep playoff runs in 2021. Both teams are young and have quality vets but how they approached this season and are performing is very telling.
Action Network: Go with Suns to cover vs. Hawks
Joe Dellera writes: “The Suns have lost just one game this calendar year and I don’t expect them to pick up their second against the Atlanta Hawks. Atlanta is just 17th in Adjusted Net Rating on the season (+0.2) while the Suns are a top team and a legitimate title contender.
Money line (ML)
The Suns have allowed weaker opponents to stay close in recent games. Playing with the same energy and effectiveness will not work against a Hawks team trying to stay above the seven seed.
Against the spread (ATS)
Both the Suns and Hawks have performed well against the spread. The Suns have the second-highest cover percentage in the league at 62.5%. The Hawks are eighth at 55.4%.
Suns vs Hawks Odds & Analysis
The Suns opened as a 5.5-point road favorite with the total set at 223.5 points. The OVER is 5-0 in the last five meetings while the Hawks hold a slight edge against the Suns over the past few seasons, winning six of the last 10 matchups.
Suns In Position To Extend Winning Streak
The Suns topped the Brooklyn Nets 121-111 on Tuesday to extend their winning streak to 11 games. Devin Booker dropped 35 points to lead all scorers, Mikal Bridges had 27 points and Chris Paul added 27 points plus 14 assists for a double-double.
Suns vs Hawks Pick & Insights
Phoenix is the undisputed top team in the NBA right now and for good reason, boasting the third-ranked offense (113 points per game) and seventh-ranked defense (105.1 points against per game).
Probable Starting Lineups
Suns: PG Chris Paul, SG Devin Booker, SF Mikal Bridges, PF Jae Crowder, C Deandre Ayton
Frank Kaminsky: knee (OUT) Abdel Nader: conditioning (OUT) Cameron Payne: wrist (OUT) Dario Saric: knee (OUT) Landry Shamet: ankle (OUT)
The Phoenix Suns enter today’s game, having won 11 games in a row, giving them a three-game lead in the Western Conference. When playing away from home, the Suns are an above .500 team, having gone 19-4. As the road team, the Suns travel to Atlanta with a positive plus-minus rating of 7.4 points.
An Eye On Pace
Coming into this matchup, both the Phoenix Suns have played faster, averaging 89.2 shots per game, ranking 7th in the NBA. On the other side, Atlanta ranks 17th at 87.3 possessions per contest. However, both teams sit below the league average in attempted three-point shots, with the Suns ranking 25th and the Hawks at 22nd.
A key reason for the Phoenix Suns’ season-long success is their ability to score at such an efficient rate. On the year, they hold an effective field goal percentage of 54%, 4th best in the NBA. This scoring efficiency has led to a scoring average of 113 points per game.
This game between the Suns and Hawks will be their second meeting of the season, with Phoenix winning game one by a score of 121-117.
Prop Bets Worth Wagering
My favorite prop bet of the night is to take Devin Booker to go under his betting line of 29.5 points. On the season, Booker has surpassed this line in just 35% of his games. In addition, Booker relies on getting to the line for a decent portion of his scoring.