Denver Nuggets at Oklahoma City Thunder odds, picks and prediction
The Denver Nuggets (17-15) take on the Oklahoma City Thunder (14-19) Saturday night. The game tips off at 8:05 p.m. ET at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City. Below, we analyze the Nuggets-Thunder odds and lines, with NBA picks and predictions.
Nuggets at Thunder: Odds, spread and lines
- Money line : Nuggets -350 (bet $350 to win $100) | Thunder +260 (bet $100 to win $260)
- Against the spread/ATS : Nuggets -7.5 (-110) | Thunder +7.5 (-110)
- Over/Under : 224.5 (O: -110 | U: -110)
Nuggets at Thunder: Key injuries
- SG Gary Harris (thigh) out
- PF JaMychal Green (shoulder) out
- PF Paul Millsap (knee) out
- SG P.J. Dozier (hamstring) questionable
- SG Hamidou Diallo (groin) questionable
- PG George Hill (thumb) out
- PF Al Horford (rest) probable
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Nuggets at Thunder: Odds, lines, predictions and picks
Nuggets 110, Thunder 105
Money line (ML)
PASS on the money line as there just isn't enough value on the Denver side to make this bet worthwhile.
The Nuggets are -350 to win and that is just far too risky of a bet for a team that has lost four of its last six games. Instead, take a look at the point spread as it offers more value.
Against the spread (ATS)
THUNDER +7.5 (-110) is the smart play here as the Nuggets are just 1-5 against the spread in their last six games. Making matters worse for Denver is its 1-6 record against the spread in its last seven road games.
The Thunder haven't been a great home team straight up this season (6-10) but 7.5 points is a lot of points in this game. Expect the Nuggets to win, but for the Thunder to keep it within a few baskets.
UNDER 222.5 (-110) is the lean as the total has gone Under the projected line in seven of the last nine games for the Thunder. Oklahoma City has one of the league's worst offenses, averaging just 107.0 points per game.
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