Each NBA Team’s Luckiest Day of the Week

Each NBA Team’s Luckiest Day of the Week

A new study has revealed which day of the week is statistically every team’s ‘luckiest’ day amid the start of the new NBA season. The research, conducted by iGaming experts JustGamblers, analyzed data from every result over the past five regular and post seasons (ending after 2023 finals) to find out which days each of the 30 NBA teams win the most on. The franchises’ luckiest day was then determined by their highest win percentage on each day of the week.

 

Every NBA team’s luckiest day (data recorded from last five seasons):

 

  • Atlanta Hawks, Sunday (32 wins) 54.2% wins on luckiest day
  • Boston Celtics, Tuesday (52) 68.4%
  • Brooklyn Nets, Sunday (38) 61.3%
  • Charlotte Hornets, Tuesday (31) 50.8%
  • Chicago Bulls, Friday (33) 52.4%
  • Cleveland Cavaliers, Monday (21) 47.7%
  • Dallas Mavericks, Saturday (33) 60.0%
  • Denver Nuggets, Tuesday (44) 66.7%
  • Detroit Pistons, Thursday (20) 39.2%
  • Golden State Warriors, Friday (40) 70.2%
  • Houston Rockets, Monday (24) 47.1%
  • Indiana Pacers, Tuesday (33) 56.9%
  • Indiana Pacers, Saturday (33) 56.9%
  • Los Angeles Clippers, Sunday (32) 62.7%
  • Los Angeles Lakers, Sunday (40) 61.5%
  • Memphis Grizzlies, Friday (38) 59.4%
  • Miami Heat, Saturday (39) 60.9%
  • Milwaukee Bucks, Saturday (49) 73.1%
  • Minnesota Timberwolves, Friday (30) 53.6%
  • New Orleans Pelicans, Sunday (28) 49.1%
  • New York Knicks, Saturday (25) 47.2%
  • Oklahoma City Thunder, Saturday (35) 55.6%
  • Orlando Magic, Monday (29) 50.0%
  • Philadelphia 76ers, Thursday (38) 71.7%
  • Phoenix Suns, Tuesday (42) 60.9%
  • Portland Trail Blazers, Friday (36) 63.2%
  • Sacramento Kings, Tuesday (30) 54.5%
  • San Antonio Spurs, Saturday (28) 52.8%
  • Toronto Raptors, Monday (42) 71.2%
  • Utah Jazz, Monday (29) 65.9%
  • Washington Wizards, Thursday (29) 47.5%

 

The Indiana Pacers are the only anomaly as the franchise recorded an identical win percentage on both Saturdays and Tuesdays over the past five seasons.

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