Tip-Off: 8 PM CT
Location: Footprint Center (Phoenix, Arizona)
Spread: Suns (-13.5)
Trends Against The Spread
|40-24-1 (62%)||35-28-2 (55%)|
|19-10-1 (65%) on the road||17-13-1 (56%) at home|
|29-14-1 (67%) as underdog or pick||23-17-1 (57%) as favorite|
|19-6-1 (76%) as road underdog||14-9-1 (60%) as home favorite|
|Head To Head|
|0-0-1 (0%)||0-0-1 (0%)|
Trends Against The Total
- OKC has hit the over 57% of the time this season.
- The Suns have hit the over 46% of the time this season.
- The Thunder is 15-15 against the over on the road this season.
- Phoenix is 12-17-2 against the over at home this season.
The Thunder is 0-1 against the Suns so far this season (0-0 at home, 0-1 on the road).
Why the Thunder Will Cover (+13.5)
With Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and Jalen Williams out, the Thunder is severely lacking playmaking ability on both ends of the floor. Still, this is a giant spread, and OKC has plenty of guys that can hit shots. If Isaiah Joe gets hot, or even a more unlikely player like Josh Giddey or Luguentz Dort, then they could definitely keep this a single-digit game. I’m taking the Thunder to cover, even if it is barely.
Why the Game Will Hit the Over (233.5)
OKC has the second-highest scoring offense in the league. Sure, they’re missing two of their top two scorers, but again, they have shooters all around. Because I think that the Thunder keeps this game within single digits, I think we will see plenty of points, thus hitting the over on the point total.
On the Season
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