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NBA Daily Tip Sheet - Best Bets for Wednesday, November 30
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Check out our best bets, predictions and odds for NBA matchups on Wednesday, November 30.
NBA Best Bets for Wednesday, November 30
- Franz Wagner (ORL) Over 18.5 Points (-115) vs ATL
- Grayson Allen (MIL) Over 3.5 Rebounds (+105) at NYK
- Phoenix Suns -5.5 (-110) vs. CHI
Franz Wagner (ORL) Over 18.5 Points vs. ATL
Franz Wagner posted a relatively pedestrian start to the season, as Orlando’s second-year shooting guard out of Michigan averaged just 16.1 PPG on 45% FG across his first nine games of the season, which was a minor uptick compared to the 15.2 PPG on 46% FG that he averaged last season.
However, he’s been on fire since that opening stretch, highlighted by Wagner entering Wednesday having scored 18+ PTS in 10 of his last 12 games (22.1 PPG, 54% FG), with six of those performances ringing in at 22+ PTS.
So, I’ll back Wagner to have another solid night in the scoring department against a Hawks frontcourt that’s notoriously flawed at the defensive end, yet continues to run at the eighth-fastest pace in the league (100.8 PACE).
Grayson Allen (MIL) Over 3.5 Rebounds vs. NYK
Grayson Allen played solid in a limited role out of the gate this season, as Allen averaged 10.1 points, 2.8 rebounds, and 2.4 assists on roughly 26 minutes per game across the Bucks’ first 10 contests of the year, which is right in line with the 27 MPG that he averaged last season.
However, his usage has seen a considerable uptick over the last week or so, as Allen enters Wednesday having scored 13+ points on 30+ minutes of action in three of his last five games, while also gathering 4+ rebounds in four of those affairs.
So, I’ll back Allen to have another solid game on the glass in Wednesday’s matchup against a Knicks squad that currently ranks Top 10 in the league in pace (100.2 PACE).
Phoenix Suns -5.5 (-110) vs. CHI
The Bulls have one of the most talented rosters in the East, however, this squad just can’t seem to get over the hump, as the Bulls enter Wednesday positioned 12th in the Eastern Conference standings with a record of 9-11, only ahead of the Pistons, Magic, and Hornets.
On the other hand, the Suns appear to be back and better than ever following a disappointing exit from last year’s playoffs, as Phoenix currently sits atop the Western Conference standings with a record of 14-6, while ranking Top 6 in the league in both offensive and defensive rating on the season.
I’ll back Phoenix to cover here, as the Bulls have now won three of their last four games, which is easily their best stretch of the year thus far, however, I highly doubt Chicago will stack up in a road game against a Suns squad that’s 5-1 in their last six.