NBA Odds Today: Tuesday November 28, 2023

NBA Odds for Tuesday Nov. 28, 2023 feature eight games on the hardwood in the final night of group play for the inaugural In-Season Tournament.

Two playoff rematches take place on TNT as the Milwaukee Bucks face the Miami Heat at Kaseya Center.

In late night action, the Sacramento Kings welcome in the Golden State Warriors to Golden 1 Center.

Here’s everything you need to know about the NBA Odds for Tuesday Nov. 28, 2023: Opening Lines, Spreads and Betting Trends for these two games on the card that provide betting intrigue. 

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The Warriors face the Kings in the final game of group play. (Getty)

NBA Odds for Tuesday, November 28, 2023

Milwaukee Bucks at Miami Heat

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Heat vs
+4.5 (-108)
-4.5 (-112)
o230.5 (-110)
u230.5 (-110)
  • Opening Point-Spread: Bucks -3
  • Opening Money-Line: Bucks -150
  • Opening Total: 225.5
  • Time: 7:30 p.m. ET (TNT)

The Miami Heat are back at home following a 2-3 road trip as they welcome in the Milwaukee Bucks in a playoff rematch from last season.

The Bucks won the first meeting this season against the Heat at home in late October, 122-114 as 7.5-point favorites.

Milwaukee is riding a 7-1 hot streak the last eight games, although it failed to cover as double-digit favorites in recent wins over Washington and Portland.

Miami needs a win plus a New York loss to Charlotte to clinch Group B in the Eastern Conference In-Season Tournament.

Golden State Warriors at Sacramento Kings

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Kings vs
-2 (-112)
+2 (-110)
o237.5 (-112)
u237.5 (-108)
  • Opening Point-Spread: Kings -2
  • Opening Money-Line: Kings -130
  • Opening Total: 238.5
  • Time: 10:00 p.m. ET (TNT)

This has turned into a nice northern California rivalry between the Golden State Warriors and Sacramento Kings.

The Warriors eliminated the Kings in seven games of the first round of the playoffs last season. Already this season, Golden State has defeated Sacramento twice, although the Kings covered as a road underdog at Chase Center on November 1 without De'Aaron Fox in the lineup.

Golden State is currently in an 0-5 ATS slump, although the Warriors won their last game against the Spurs. Steve Kerr's team owns a better road record (5-2) than home mark (3-6) so far this season.

The Kings are 3-0 in group play and can advance in the In-Season Tournament with a victory tonight. Sacramento returns home following a six-game road trip capped off by a win at Minnesota on Friday.