NBA Odds Today: Tuesday February 27, 2024

NBA Odds for Tuesday Feb. 27, 2024 feature 11 games on the hardwood with a focus on the two interconference matchups.

The Utah Jazz travel east to face the Atlanta Hawks at State Farm Arena seeking their first road win in a month.

Out west, the Miami Heat seek their second win in as many nights with a trip to the Pacific Northwest to take on the Portland Trail Blazers at Moda Center.

Here’s everything you need to know about the NBA Odds for Tuesday Feb. 27, 2024: Opening Lines, Spreads and Betting Trends for these two games on the card that provide betting intrigue. 

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NBA Odds for Tuesday, February 27, 2024

Utah Jazz at Atlanta Hawks

UTA @ ATL Odds

  • Opening Point-Spread: Hawks -1
  • Opening Money-Line: Hawks -120
  • Opening Total: 236
  • Time: 7:30 p.m. ET

The Hawks and Jazz each snapped losing streaks with victories in their last trips to the court.

Atlanta cruised past Orlando, 106-92 as guard Trae Young missed the game with a finger injury and is sidelined for nearly a month.

Utah ended a five-game slide in Monday's 128-109 home blowout of San Antonio as the Jazz are seeking their first road win since January 27 at Charlotte.

The Hawks are coming off only their second game this season allowing less than 100 points, while the Jazz have been held under 100 points six times this season, all in road losses.

These teams have not met this season, but the road team won each of the two matchups last season, while Utah has won in each of its past four visits to Atlanta.

Miami Heat at Portland Trail Blazers

  • Opening Point-Spread: Heat -7
  • Opening Money-Line: Heat -285
  • Opening Total: 212
  • Time: 10:00 p.m. ET

The Heat are back on the court tonight after taking care of the Kings on Monday in Sacramento, 121-110 as 7.5-point underdogs.

Jimmy Butler served his one-game suspension following his role in last Friday's brawl at New Orleans, while guard Tyler Herro missed the win with a knee injury and is questionable for tonight.

Miami has covered nine of its last 10 games as the Heat face the Trail Blazers for the first time this season.

Portland is riding an eight-game losing streak following consecutive home underdog wins over Philadelphia and Milwaukee.

The Blazers look to avoid a winless homestand after dropping the first six games at Moda Center, capped off by a 93-80 setback to the Hornets on Sunday.

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