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Wednesday NBA Odds, Betting Trends: Nets vs. Knicks, Celtics vs. Bulls Among Most Popular Public Picks (April 6)

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What Wednesday’s NBA card lacks in quantity, it certainly makes up for in quality.

Despite just six games lining the board, bettors and fans are treated to a handful of pristine matchups.

Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and the Nets meet the in-state Knicks at MSG in the early slate, followed by Celtics vs. Bulls to break up the night. Then, the Suns travel to take on the Clippers to close out the evening.

Those three tilts also happen to be among the top-five games bettors are loading up on ahead of the early window.

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Wednesday’s NBA Odds & Betting Trends

*Odds and public betting trends data as of Wednesday afternoon

5 Most Popular NBA Bets 

Pistons (+8.5) vs. Mavericks

7 p.m. ET

The Pistons have covered 10 of the last 11 against winning teams, and are getting more support tonight when the Mavs come to town.

Detroit’s pulling in two of every three bets plus the points, the third-most Wednesday.

Nets (-5.5) vs. Knicks

7:30 p.m. ET

The majority of the public’s backing Brooklyn, catching 63% of overall tickets.

Nets-Knicks is the most-bet game at the time of writing, with more than 18,000 wagers on the spread.

Celtics (-7) vs. Bulls

8:30 p.m. ET

Boston’s the second most-bet side of the night, attracting 68% of the tickets.

The Celtics are 5-1 against the spread the last six away from home and 7-3 ATS the previous 10 as road favorites.

Thunder (+17.5) vs. Jazz

9 p.m. ET

The public thinks the Thunder are undervalued on the road.

We’ve tracked 80% of the public on OKC, which has quietly covered 64% of games this season!

It’s the most-lopsided matchup on tonight’s docket, by a wide margin.

Clippers (-1) vs. Suns

10 p.m. ET

The home team’s generating a bulk of the tickets, with 57% of the public riding the Clippers on the spread.

Phoenix — which owns the best record in basketball — hasn’t covered in four straight entering Wednesday.

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