Clippers vs. Spurs odds and predictions, Victor Wembanyama props: Fading the top rookie Monday night

The Los Angeles Clippers finally broke their six-game losing streak with a victory over the Houston Rockets, their first win since the James Harden trade. While it came down to a last-second shot from Harden, the Clippers were able to come out on top. They are looking to continue their winning ways as they face off against the struggling San Antonio Spurs tonight, who are currently on an eight-game losing streak.

The Spurs have been unable to find a way to halt their own losing streak. Despite their offense performing well during this slump, their defense has been unable to keep up. On the other hand, the Clippers have no problem putting up points and have a stronger defensive presence, especially when it matters most.

Considering the betting trends, the Spurs have struggled against the spread with a record of 4-9-0 and 0-4-0 in their last four games. The Clippers are also not faring much better with a record of 4-7-0 ATS and 1-7-0 in their last eight games. However, the Clippers have historically dominated this matchup, winning eight of the last ten games against the Spurs.

One player to watch in tonight's game is Victor Wembanyama. There are several interesting prop bets available for him, including over/under on points, rebounds, assists, blocks, and three-pointers made. Based on previous matchups and the strong defensive presence of the Clippers' Kawhi Leonard and Paul George, it may be wise to bet the under on Wembanyama's points and rebounds. He struggled in their last meeting, scoring only 11 points on 4-for-10 shooting and grabbing just five rebounds.

Looking at the overall analysis of the game, the Clippers have the advantage defensively with the seventh-ranked defense in the league. While they are still figuring out their offensive chemistry, they should have no trouble against the Spurs' struggling defense. The Spurs have been unable to secure wins in close games due to their inability to score under pressure. With Leonard and George taking turns defending Wembanyama, relying on him to make shots in tight situations may not be the best bet.

Ultimately, it is difficult to make a case for the Spurs to come out with a win in this matchup. The Clippers are favorites and likely to cover the spread. They previously won by 20 points in their first meeting with the Spurs, and the situation has only worsened for San Antonio since then. The Spurs' best hope is for a standout performance from Wembanyama, but it is unlikely against the strong wing defenders of the Clippers.

In conclusion, expect the Clippers to come out on top and continue their winning streak while the struggling Spurs continue to search for a win.