NBA Odds Today: Wednesday November 29, 2023

NBA Odds for Wednesday Nov. 29, 2023 feature seven games on the hardwood, including a pair of contests involving the L.A. squads.

The Los Angeles Lakers look to bounce back from a blowout loss as it heads to the Motor City to face the struggling Detroit Pistons.

In late night action, the Sacramento Kings welcome in the Los Angeles Clippers to Golden 1 Center.

Here’s everything you need to know about the NBA Odds for Wednesday Nov. 29, 2023: Opening Lines, Spreads and Betting Trends for these two games on the card that provide betting intrigue. 

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The Lakers continue their road trip in Detroit tonight. (Getty)

NBA Odds for Wednesday, November 29, 2023

Los Angeles Lakers at Detroit Pistons

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Pistons vs
+7.5 (-110)
-7.5 (-110)
o229 (-110)
u229 (-110)
  • Opening Point-Spread: Lakers -7
  • Opening Money-Line: Lakers -260
  • Opening Total: 229
  • Time: 7:00 p.m. ET (NBA TV)

The Detroit Pistons look to snap a 14-game losing streak as they welcome in the Los Angeles Lakers to Little Caesars Arena tonight.

The Pistons last won before Halloween when they started the season 2-1. However, Detroit has covered only four times during this long skid, but it is 3-3 ATS as a home underdog this season.

In come the Lakers, who are off a 44-point beatdown at the hands of the 76ers on Monday. Los Angeles is 3-6 on the road this season but has covered seven straight games off an ATS loss.

Los Angeles Clippers at Sacramento Kings

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Kings vs
+1 (-110)
-1 (-110)
o231.5 (-110)
u231.5 (-110)
  • Opening Point-Spread: Clippers -1.5
  • Opening Money-Line: Clippers -125
  • Opening Total: 230
  • Time: 10:00 p.m. ET

The Sacramento Kings pulled off a massive comeback on Tuesday to stun the Golden State Warriors and win its group in the In-Season Tournament.

The Kings have a quick turnaround at home to host the Los Angeles Clippers, who are off an inexcusable loss to Denver on Monday.

It's unfair to say inexcusable when facing the defending champions, but the Nuggets were playing with no rest and didn't have Nikola Jokic or Aaron Gordon in the lineup and still beat the Clippers, 113-104 as 11.5-point underdogs.

The Clippers lost the final three meetings to the Kings last season, including a crazy 176-175 overtime defeat last February in Los Angeles.

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