VIEW:
Houston            Season 20172018
Rockets
No.    Season           Date            (OT)       Score   Visitor            Score   Local                        Game Type     Odds   W/L   diff       Line       Bet      diff   LineO/U   O/U      diff        Total    
Playing as Visitor Playing as Local
1     2017. 12. 22    
128
  L.A. Clippers  
118
  Houston   Regular Season   -110   Lose -10   -12.0   No cover -22.0   221.0   Over   25.0   246
2     2017. 12. 16    
111
  Milwaukee  
115
  Houston   Regular Season   -110   Win 4   -10.5   No cover -6.5   221.0   Over   5.0   226
3     2017. 10. 25    
105
  Houston  
104
  Philadelphia   Regular Season   -110   Win 1   -3.0   No cover -2.0   221.0   Under   -12.0   209
TOTAL and AVERAGE   Score Visitor Score Local             W/L
      & difference
       POINTS Line
         & difference
     TOTALS Line
      & difference
    Total     
TOTAL
344
337
-5 -25.5 | -30.5 663 | 18 681
AVERAGE  
114.67
112.33
-1.67 -8.50 | -10.17 221.00 | 6.00 227.00
SUMMATORY DNA
CODE
Win/Lose Cover/NoCover Over/Under
OVER ALL  
WIN / COVER / OVER  
win / cover / over
2
0
2
LOSE / NO COVER / UNDER  
lose / no cover / under
1
3
1
TIED / PUSH / PUSH  
tied / push / push
0
0
0
Glossary
No.: Number odd: Game Odd
(OT): Over Time Game W/L: Win / Losse
Win: win / cover / over
Type: Type of Game (Regular Season | Quaterfinals | Semifinals | Finals | Championship) Losse: lose / no cover / under
Total: Average of the Total Points per Game diff W/L: Difference of Points Winning/Lossing
   
Line O/U: Total Points Line Line: Point Line respect to the Current Team
O/U: Over / Under Bet: Cover / NO Cover
Over Cover: win / cover / over Bet Cover: win / cover / over
Under Cover: lose / no cover / under Bet NO Cover: lose / no cover / under
O/U Push:tied / push / push Bet Push:tied / push / push
diff O/U: Difference of Points from the Total Points Line diff ATS: Difference of Points from the Point Line respect to the Current Team
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