Another week in the NBA is coming to an end, and we have eight games on the schedule for Sunday, December 4, so make sure you don’t forget to read the best Suns vs. Spurs betting pick and odds.

San Antonio is desperate to avoid the 11th loss in a row when they host Phoenix at AT&T Center. The Suns are N/A favorites on MyBookie Sportsbook, while the total is set at N/A points. These Western Conference rivals met four times last year, and the Suns swept that series.

Suns shockingly lost to the Rockets at home

The Phoenix Suns (15-7, 13-9-0 ATS) were in their best form since the start of the season after connecting six victories, but the Houston Rockets prevented them from getting seventh in a row. It was a shocking loss for the Suns, who had a 16-point second-half lead against one of the weakest teams in the NBA and dropped it to suffer a 122-121 defeat. Phoenix was better from the field, from beyond the arc, and had 30 assists opposite Houston’s 19. However, the visitors made the difference from the foul line as they made 20 more than the Suns (34-14).

Devin Booker led the Suns with 41 points (15/25 FG, 4/6 3PT, 7/10 FT), eight assists, and four rebounds. Mikal Bridges had 22 points and a game-high eight boards, while Cameron Payne posted a double-double of 20 points and game-high 12 dishes, along with a game-high four steals.

PG Chris Paul (heel), SF/PF Cameron Johnson (knee), and SF/PF Jae Crowder (personal) are out indefinitely. SF Mikal Bridges (knee) and SF Torrey Craig (groin) are questionable to face the Spurs on Sunday.

Spurs are going down

The San Antonio Spurs (6-17, 9-14-0 ATS) are going through their worst period of the campaign as they suffered ten consecutive defeats. That’s Gregg Popovich’s longest losing streak of his career, which really says how weak this Spurs team is. The latest loss came to the New Orleans Hornets at home, as San Antonio failed to hit a 100-point mark, losing 117-99 in the end. San Antonio shot just 38.8% from the floor and hit just 12 free throws opposite New Orleans’ 25.

Devin Vassell led the Spurs with 25 points and four rebounds. Keldon Johnson added 15 points and four boards, Charles Bassey contributed with 11 points, team-high nine rebounds, and two blocks, while Keita Bates-Diop and Romeo Langford scored ten points apiece.

C Jakob Poeltl (knee), SG Josh Richardson (ankle), and SF/PF Jeremy Sochan (quad) are out indefinitely. SF Doug McDermott (ankle) is questionable to play on Sunday against the Suns.



  • 13-7 ATS in the last 20 games

San Antonio:

  • 0-8 ATS in the last eight games
  • 0-5 ATS in the last five games against the Western Conference rivals
  • 0-7 ATS in the last seven games against the Pacific Division opponents

Phoenix Suns vs. San Antonio Spurs Pick

I don’t think the Suns are going to lose against another tanking team, especially now when the Spurs are in poor form and without some key players. I am sure Monty Williams will know how to motivate his players after that unlucky loss to Houston and the Suns will definitely bounce back in San Antonio. They have the 6th best offense in the NBA that is averaging 116.0 points per game, while the Spurs have the worst defense in the league that allows 120.8 ppg. San Antonio failed to score 100+ points in five of the last ten games, and I think the Suns will keep them to double digits in a comfortable victory.

Pick: Take the Suns at N/A

While the Spurs’ offense isn’t bad, they are playing without Poeltl, Richardson, and McDermott, who are averaging around 33 points per game this season, and this is a huge blow for Gregg Popovich’s team. San Antonio is the second-worst when it comes to offensive rating with 108.0 points per 100 possessions, and I expect the hosts to struggle in this one. Phoenix is 23rd in pace with 98.0 possession per 48 minutes, so I also don’t think the visitors will score more than 120. The game will be settled way before the fourth quarter, and I think the Suns will take their foot off the gas pedal in the final 12 minutes.

Pick: Go Under N/A points