Monday NBA Odds, Betting Trends: Warriors vs. Grizzlies, Spurs vs. Rockets Among Most Popular Public Picks (March 28)
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Monday’s nine-game slate in the NBA marks the most since last Wednesday. Rejoice!
The theme of the night is over/unders.
With the majority of ticket counts on the betting spread split fairly even, the most-lopsided discrepancies come via the totals market, including a couple games in the Western Conference in Warriors vs. Grizzlies and Spurs vs. Rockets.
Let’s take a look at the five bets public bettors are peppering to open the week.
Monday’s NBA Odds & Betting Trends
*Odds and public betting trends data as of Monday afternoon
5 Most Popular NBA Bets
Spurs (-7.5) vs. Rockets, Under 234
8 p.m. ET
A battle between two non-playoff teams is shaping up to be the hottest commodity in the betting space.
We’ve tracked 66% of the spread wagers on the Spurs and 75% of the tickets on the game going under the total — both the highest on Monday’s trackers.
Warriors vs. Grizzlies Over 222
8 p.m. ET
Bettors like Golden State and Memphis to score some points in a game featuring depleted lineups.
We’ve logged 73% of the tickets on the over, the second-highest among the nine totals.
Hawks (-8) vs. Pacers
7 p.m. ET
Both Atlanta and Indiana have been awful against the spread this season, posting respective cover rates of 41.9% and 45.2%.
Bettors are flocking to the favorite in this one, with Atlanta the second-most-lopsided bet of the night (66% ticket support).
Kings (+12.5) vs. Heat
7:30 p.m. ET
One of the popular underdogs on Monday’s radar is Sacramento, which is generating 62% of the bets ahead of the early window.
The Kings aren’t going anywhere, but they’ve been undervalued away from home — they haven’t lost against the spread in five-straight road games.
The Heat, meanwhile, haven’t covered in seven straight.