Wednesday NBA Odds, Betting Trends: Suns vs. Heat, Nuggets vs. Kings Among Most Popular Public Picks
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Talk about a good day to be a hoops fan.
The conference tournaments are up and running at the collegiate level, and in the NBA we have a solid, 12-game slate to pick and choose from.
The betting public’s wasted no time in getting down on a handful of notable matchups tonight, including the Suns vs. Heat headliner.
Let’s dive into that one, plus the other four spreads attracting a ton of action Wednesday.
Wednesday’s NBA Odds & Betting Trends
*Odds and public betting trends data as of Wednesday afternoon
5 Most Popular NBA Bets
Nuggets (-6) vs. Kings
10 p.m. ET
The Nuggets have won nine of their last 10, and bettors are rooting for the good times to keep rolling.
We’ve tracked 80% of the wagers on Denver, far and away the most of any side Wednesday.
Raptors (-1) vs. Spurs
8:30 p.m. ET
The Raptors are one of only nine profitable teams in the NBA entering Wednesday, owning a respectable 34-29-1 clip against the spread (54%).
Toronto’s getting a bulk of the support vs. San Antonio, with 74% of the tickets on the road team.
Bucks (-4.5) vs. Hawks
8 p.m. ET
Bettors like Milwaukee at a moderately short price of 4.5 Wednesday, with the Bucks pulling in 71% of the total tickets.
The Bucks’ offense has been red-hot over a recent small sample, averaging 137 points the last two contests.
Heat (-4) vs. Suns
7:30 p.m. ET
Bettors are laying the points in a non-conference matchup featuring the two current No. 1 seeds.
Miami’s getting two of every three tickets at retail books. The 66% clip is the fourth-most in Wednesday’s tracker.
The Heat have been the third-best bet in basketball this season, going 39-26-1 ATS (60%).
Celtics (-7) vs. Hornets
7 p.m. ET
How about another favorite to round out the top-five plays Wednesday? Boston’s a hot commodity in the betting market, attracting 64% of the tickets.
The public’s fading Charlotte on the second of a back-to-back, after the Hornets lost to Brooklyn on Tuesday night.