NBA Odds Today: Wednesday December 6, 2023

NBA Odds for Wednesday Dec. 6, 2023 feature 11 games on the hardwood, including two crucial games in the Western Conference.

The Houston Rockets welcome in the Oklahoma City Thunder to Toyota Center in Houston, Texas.

In late night action, the Los Angeles Clippers host the defending champion Denver Nuggets at Arena as the Clippers are playing with double-revenge.

Here’s everything you need to know about the NBA Odds for Wednesday Dec. 6, 2023: Opening Lines, Spreads and Betting Trends for these two games on the card that provide betting intrigue. 

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NBA Odds for Wednesday, December 6, 2023

Oklahoma City Thunder at Houston Rockets

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Rockets vs
+1.5 (-106)
-1.5 (-114)
o224.5 (-110)
u224.5 (-110)
  • Opening Point-Spread: Thunder -2
  • Opening Money-Line: Thunder -135
  • Opening Total: 226
  • Time: 8:00 p.m. ET

The Oklahoma City Thunder have jumped out to an impressive 13-6 start this season, while covering 14 times in 19 games.

OKC is coming off a pair of victories over the Mavericks and Lakers as they travel to Houston to face the Rockets tonight.

The Rockets have yet to win a road game, but have been dynamic at home by owning an 8-1 record at Toyota Center. Houston has won five of those games outright as an underdog, including two against Denver.

Last season, the Rockets and Thunder split four games with the home team winning each contest.

The final two wins for Oklahoma City over Houston came by 32 and 37 points as the Thunder seek their first victory at Toyota Center since 2021.

Denver Nuggets at Los Angeles Clippers

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Clippers vs
-1 (-112)
+1 (-108)
o230 (-110)
u230 (-110)
  • Opening Point-Spread: Clippers -1
  • Opening Money-Line: Clippers -110
  • Opening Total: 226
  • Time: 10:00 p.m. ET (ESPN)

The Los Angeles Clippers haven't figured out how to beat the Denver Nuggets this season, going 0-2 against the defending champions.

The Nuggets knocked off the Clippers at Arena on November 27 as 11.5-point underdogs, 113-104. Nikola Jokic, Aaron Gordon, and Jamal Murray all sat out for Denver, but Reggie Jackson burned his former team with 35 points and 13 assists.

The Clippers sit a game below .500 heading into tonight's contest after edging the Warriors, 113-112 last Saturday. However, L.A. owns a 1-4 ATS mark in its last five games at Arena.

Denver had its four-game winning streak snapped in Saturday's loss at Sacramento, but the Nuggets' Over streak continued as it has cashed in three straight games.