NBA Odds Today: Saturday November 25, 2023

NBA Odds for Saturday Nov. 25, 2023 feature six games on the hardwood, including a nationally televised game on NBA TV. 

The Cleveland Cavaliers host the Los Angeles Lakers at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, Ohio.

Out west, the Dallas Mavericks take on the Los Angeles Clippers at Arena in an intriguing Western Conference matchup.

Here’s everything you need to know about the NBA Odds for Saturday Nov. 25, 2023: Opening Lines, Spreads and Betting Trends for these two games on the card that provide betting intrigue. 

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The Cavaliers welcome in the Lakers on Saturday night. (Getty)

NBA Odds for Saturday, November 25, 2023

Los Angeles Lakers at Cleveland Cavaliers

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Cavaliers vs
-4 (-112)
+4 (-108)
o228 (-108)
u228 (-112)
  • Opening Point-Spread: Cavaliers -4
  • Opening Money-Line: Cavaliers -170
  • Opening Total: 225
  • Time: 7:30 p.m. ET

The Cleveland Cavaliers saw their four-game winning streak snapped in a 129-96 home blowout loss to Miami on Wednesday night.

The Cavs host the Los Angeles Lakers tonight, which is always filled with hoopla when LeBron James returns to Ohio. James and the Lakers had their three-game hot streak ended in a three-point loss to the Mavericks.

The Lakers are 3-1 in their last four visits to Cleveland, even though the Cavaliers swept L.A. last season. Los Angeles started the season at 0-5 on the road, but have won their last two games away from Arena.

Dallas Mavericks at Los Angeles Clippers

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Clippers vs
-1 (-110)
+1 (-110)
o237 (-108)
u237 (-112)
  • Opening Point-Spread: Mavericks -1
  • Opening Money-Line: Mavericks -120
  • Opening Total: 237
  • Time: 10:30 p.m. ET (NBA TV)

The Dallas Mavericks continue their road swing out west after edging the Lakers, 104-102 on Wednesday. The Mavs remain in southern California tonight to face the Clippers, who they look to beat for a second time this season.

Dallas dominated L.A. at American Airlines Center on November 10 in a 144-126 home triumph. The Mavs outscored the Clippers, 47-18 in the second quarter to put the game out of reach.

The Clippers play with no rest tonight after losing at home to the Pelicans on Friday, 116-106. James Harden was held to his lowest-point total since getting traded to the Clippers by scoring only 8 points in the loss.

In nine games that Harden has suited up, the Clippers own a dreadful 2-7 ATS mark, while winning just three times.