Rockets vs. Thunder Odds, Pick, Preview: 3 Signals Align (Wednesday, Dec. 1)

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Credit: Carmen Mandato, Getty. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander drives around Kevin Porter of the Rockets.

  • The Rockets and Thunder face off in a game only bettors could love.
  • These Western Conference cellar dwellers have been profitable for bettors this season.
  • Our PRO Report breaks down where the money is headed when they face off.

Rockets vs. Thunder Odds

Rockets Odds +2.5
Thunder Odds -2.5
Over/Under 216
Time 8 p.m. ET
TV NBA League Pass
Odds via PointsBet. Get up-to-the-minute NBA odds here.

Did you wake up this morning hoping for a thrilling betting opportunity after Tuesday night’s fascinating game between the Warriors and Suns?

Look no further than the 4-16 Houston Rockets traveling to Oklahoma City for a battle with the 6-14 Thunder.

To an extent, it’s quite possibly the worst matchup that the Western Conference could offer in terms of record (only the Pelicans sandwich between the Rockets and Thunder at the bottom of the conference), but that’s why we have betting.

Sharps are looking at the matchup for value, and that’s more important than entertaining basketball anyway, right? Despite these teams’ awful records, they’ve actually been solid against the spread, with the Thunder the third-best team in the league against the spread (ATS).

Oklahoma City and Houston have combined to go 22-17-1 ATS thus far, an impressive clip for any pair of teams, let alone two that have combined to win just a quarter of their games this season.

Interestingly, the pair met prior to this game on Monday in Houston, with the Rockets pulling out a 102-89 victory.

Here’s where The Action Network’s NBA PRO Report sees as a worthwhile play for Wednesday night’s rematch.

PRO Report: Rockets vs. Thunder