Two of the NBA’s junior players met in Orlando on Sunday night when the Oklahoma City Thunder came to face the Magic.
No, neither Thunder nor Spell create consequences, but that doesn’t mean we can’t make a valid bet on either side or total.
Here are the odds from WynnBET Sportsbook between the two teams are building for next season.
Total: 225.5 (Above -110/Under -110)
Will magic become something in the second half of this season? The team is 10th in the league in defensive ratings since the All-Star break and has held on to its spot in recent games against elite opponents. They went overtime against the Sixers last Sunday and will now go one step further against an underperforming Thunder team.
Sure, Magic rarely plays the part of favorites, and Lightning against spreads looks gaudy (40-23-4), but this situation is different. OKC’s rebuild listings are typically in the lower double digits, which means they only need to be kept to cover. However, this was a short deviation from their typical numbers and Magic could be prepared for a big outing.
This is the first time the Thunder have been beaten by a single number in nine games, and the rapid change in expectations can lead to a losing outcome. Like I said, the Magic have been an elite defensive team since the All Star break, and the Thunder have had the second-worst net rating in basketball during that time period (-14.3).
I can’t count on OKC to accept this small spread, especially with a game inspired by Magic games over a long period of time.
LEAN: Magic -6.5
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