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Wednesday's Betting Tips
Wednesday's Betting Tips
Wednesday Basketball Sports Betting Odds and Matchups for Nov. 28
Top Betting Odds for Wednesday
If you love betting hoops, this is the time for you. We love here at ATS Sports Line, with not only great hoops matchups on TV tonight but we also love some of the non-BCS games as well. The ACC/Big 10 Challenge, continues tonight and there's also a big card in the NBA tonight, which includes Washington attempting to win their first game in 13 and the Brooklyn Nets are at Boston. Football returns tomorrow.
Let's get going with some great hoops action!
#4 Ohio State (4-0) at #2 Duke (6-0)
Last year: OHIO STATE (-7.5) over Duke, 85-63. The Ohio State Buckeyes are coming off a 91-45 win over UMKC at home, giving 28.5. Duke is coming off a 76-71 win over Louisville to win the Battle 4 Atlantic from the Bahamas. This should be a great matchup on paper. Last year at this same time in November, Ohio State scored the first 11 points, led by 19 at the half and was on top by as many as 25 in what ended up as an 85-63 landslide. Duke is 3-13 ATS L16 home games. College Basketball Line: Duke is a 6.5-point favorite. Total: 144.
Virginia (4-2) at Wisconsin (4-2)
Wisconsin loves to slow the pace down normally, but they have been averaging 75.8 points per game this year. The Badgers are coming off a 77-70 win over Arkansas, giving 8.5 at the Las Vegas Invitational. Virginia, led by former Wisconsin guard Tony Bennett, is coming off a 80-64 home win over North Texas, laying 6.5. They've won three in a row after losing two of their first three games. Injuries and lack of consistency on offense have hindered them as they average just 65.3ppg, but allow only 53ppg. Wisconsin is 12-1 ATS L13 vs. ACC. College Hoops Lines: Wisconsin is a 9.5-point favorite. Total: 111.
Brooklyn (9-4) at Boston (8-6)
Brooklyn is coming off perhaps its biggest win since moving from New Jersey, a 96-89 overtime victory over New York on Monday. It gave the Nets a share of first place with the Knicks, marking the latest they've been atop the division since Jan. 23, 2007 -- before Boston began its stranglehold of the Atlantic. Brook Lopez had 22 points and 11 rebounds on Monday for his second double-double of the season. He's scored at least 20 points in seven of his last nine games, averaging 20.9 on 55.9 percent shooting during that span.
Boston is third in the NBA in field-goal percentage (47.8), but rank 27th in the defensive field-goal percentage (46.3). Boston is 3-10-2 ATS L15 Wednesday games. NBA Odds: Boston is a 4-point favorite. Total: 191.
Houston (7-7) at Oklahoma City (11-4)
James Harden return to Oklahoma City but it will be a tough night for the Houston Rockets. Only hours after attending the funeral of coach Kevin McHale's daughter on Wednesday Sasha McHale died on Saturday from complications of lupus. Oklahoma City is averaging 112.7 points on 48.6 percent shooting while winning five of its last six games, and its latest performance may have been its best of the season. Kevin Durant averages 25.9 points. The Thunder are coming off an easy rout of Charlotte, 114-69 on Monday. Home team is 8-2 ATS L10 in series. Basketball lines: Oklahoma City is a 9.5-point favorite Total: 207.5.