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Sunday NBA Betting Odds, Predictions & Trends: Spurs vs. Warriors, Jazz vs. Knicks Among Most Popular Public Picks (March 20)

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Ezra Shaw/Getty Images. Pictured: Golden State Warrios star Klay Thompson.

Following a modest, four-game Saturday slate in the association, the action picks back up Sunday with an all-day affair.

Nine contests line the board, featuring a couple matinees. The betting public has been at it all morning, firing away on a handful of games in hopes of finding some value.

Here are the five notable betting spreads getting slammed with tickets.

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*Odds and public betting trends data as of Sunday afternoon

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Warriors (-6.5) vs. Spurs

8:30 p.m. ET

No Steph Curry, no problem.

Bettors are laying the chalk on Golden State in the night cap, as the 72% ticket count in favor of the Warriors marks the most on the board.

Hawks (-3) vs. Pelicans 

6 p.m. ET

The Hawks at home are a popular side despite missing key players vs. the Pelicans. Atlanta’s getting 69% of the wagers across the market, the second-highest clip.

Jazz (-3.5) vs. Knicks

7:30 p.m. ET

Utah’s pulling in plenty of support as a small road favorite, with two of every three tickets riding the Jazz minus the points.

A year after posting the best record against the spread, the Knicks enter Sunday just 33-37 (47.1%).

Celtics (-2.5) vs. Nuggets

8 p.m. ET

The Celtics are trending the right direction. After a slow start, they’ve taken seven of the last eight outright, covering six in the process.

They’re getting more public support on the road, with 64% of tickets piled up.

76ers (-6) vs. Raptors

10 p.m. ET

Toronto’s ripped off five consecutive covers on the road, but bettors are siding with the home team.

Philadelphia’s pulling in 63% of tickets at the time of writing, the fourth-most of any spread.

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