NBA Odds Today: Thursday November 30, 2023

NBA Odds for Thursday Nov. 30, 2023 feature nine games on the hardwood includes a pair of intriguing matchups from each conference.

The Miami Heat are back at home to battle the upstart Indiana Pacers at Kaseya Center.

In late night action, the Golden State Warriors welcome in the division rival Los Angeles Clippers to Chase Center.

Here’s everything you need to know about the NBA Odds for Thursday Nov. 30, 2023: Opening Lines, Spreads and Betting Trends for these two games on the card that provide betting intrigue. 

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The Pacers hit the road to battle the Heat this evening. (Getty)

NBA Odds for Thursday, November 30, 2023

Indiana Pacers at Miami Heat

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Heat vs
-3.5 (-110)
+3.5 (-110)
o237.5 (-110)
u237.5 (-110)
  • Opening Point-Spread: Heat -2
  • Opening Money-Line: Heat -130
  • Opening Total: 239.5
  • Time: 7:30 p.m. ET (NBA TV)

The Miami Heat were rolling along but have hit the skids of late by losing three straight games. The Heat are coming off a 131-124 home defeat to the Bucks as they favored for the first time in five games tonight.

The Indiana Pacers are the highest scoring team in the league by averaging nearly 128 point per game. The Pacers were tripped up the Trail Blazers as 11.5-point home favorites Monday's 114-110 defeat.

Indiana has lost consecutive games only once this season, while splitting four regular season contests with Miami last season.

Los Angeles Clippers at Golden State Warriors

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Warriors vs
-2 (-112)
+2 (-108)
o230.5 (-110)
u230.5 (-110)
  • Opening Point-Spread: Warriors -4.5
  • Opening Money-Line: Warriors -185
  • Opening Total: 228
  • Time: 10:00 p.m. ET

The Los Angeles Clippers remain in northern California to face the Golden State Warriors tonight for the first time this season.

The Clippers cruised past the Kings in Sacramento last night, 131-117 to improve to 8-9 on the season. After starting the season 0-6 on the road, the Clippers have won three consecutive games away from Arena.

The Warriors are sitting two games below .500, as they blew a 24-point lead at Sacramento on Tuesday in a 124-123 defeat. Since starting the season at 6-2, Golden State has slumped to a 2-8 record the last 10 games.