NBA Daily Betting Guide: NBA Best Bets and Daily Preview for March 28, 2022

NBA Daily Betting Guide: NBA Best Bets and Daily Preview for March 28, 2022

Ryan Knuppel
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Portland Trail Blazers shooting guard Anfernee Simons (1) tries to drive the basket as he's guarded by Oklahoma City's Lugentz Dort (5) during an NBA contest at Moda Center in Portland, Oregon.

Not much further until the NBA Postseason now! Plenty of NBA action still to get in on before the Postseason starts. Here's betJACK's NBA Daily Betting Guide for March 28, 2022.

Denver Nuggets at Charlotte Hornets (7 p.m.)

Team Favored and Spread: DEN -3

Total Points: 233.5

The Denver Nuggets will head to the Spectrum Center to take on the Charlotte Hornets in an Eastern Conference vs. Western Conference matchup. This will be the second and final game as the Hornets picked up a 115-107 road win earlier this year. Charlotte has won four of their last five games and are being led by small forward Miles Bridges. 

In his last 10 games, he is averaging 22.2 points, 6.1 rebounds, 4.9 assists, 0.7 blocks, and 0.9 steals in that stretch. The Hornets are 5-0 Against the Spread in their previous five games played in Charlotte, as well as the overhitting in six of the last eight games against one another. 

Orlando Magic at Cleveland Cavaliers (7 p.m.)

Team Favored and Spread: CLE -9

Total Points: 216.5

The Orlando Magic will head to the Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse to take on the Cleveland Cavaliers in an Eastern Conference game. Both teams are struggling as they have both lost three of their previous five games. This is the second of three games against one another, as the Cavs one 105-92 earlier this season. 

Point guard Darius Garland has been doing incredibly well as he is averaging 26 points, 10.8 assists, 3.7 rebounds, and 1.2 steals in his previous 10 games. Go with the Cleveland Cavs to cover the spread and the under to hit as it has hit in ten of the last 12 games against one another.

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Atlanta Hawks at Indiana Pacers (7 p.m.)

Team Favored and Spread: ATL -7.5

Total Points: 235

The Atlanta Hawks will be at the Gainbridge Fieldhouse to take on the Indiana Pacers in an Eastern Conference game. This is the fourth and final game as the Hawks are looking for the regular-season series sweep of the Pacers. 

Indiana is currently on a three-game losing streak and is struggling defensively as they have allowed 132 points in their last two games, while Atlanta has only given up 114.3 points in their previous three games. The Hawks have covered in four of the last five games in Indiana, and the over hit in the last seven games these teams have played against each other. 

Sacramento Kings at Miami Heat (7:30 p.m.)

Team Favored and Spread: MIA -13

Total Points: 216.5

The Sacramento Kings will travel down to the FTX Arena to face off against the Miami Heat in a non-conference affair. Sacramento has won the only other game this season that they have played, but Miami is struggling right now as they are on a four-game losing streak. 

The offensive numbers as of late is the major difference as the Kings are scoring 116 points in their last three games while the Heat are averaging just 102 points in their previous four games as things are looking bad as the season comes to a close. The Kings have covered in seven of their last nine games against the Heat, and the over has hit in 16 of the previous 21 games against each other, so go with those to hit once again.  

Chicago Bulls at New York Knicks (7:30 p.m.)

Team Favored and Spread: CHI -3.5

Total Points: 219

The Chicago Bulls will head east to Madison Square Garden to take on the New York Knicks for the final time this season. The Bulls have won two of the three games they played already, including the last two. Don’t look now, but New York is riding a three-game winning streak. 

Shooting guard RJ Barrett has been doing very well in his last 10 games as he is averaging 23.7 points, 6.5 rebounds, three assists, and 1.1 steals per game. The Bulls are just 1-4 Against the Spread in their last fiv e games inside Madison Square Garden, and the under has hit in five of the last six games against the Knicks in general so go with those to hit once again.  

Boston Celtics at Toronto Raptors (7:30 p.m.)

Team Favored and Spread: BOS -4.5

Total Points: 212.5

The Boston Celtics will head north to face off against the Toronto Raptors inside Scotiabank Arena in an Eastern Conference matchup. This will be the fourth and final regular-season game against each other, as the Celtics have won two of the three so far. Boston has won six consecutive games, while Toronto is on a little two-game winning streak. 

Small forward Jayson Tatum has indicated that he may sit out this game, but the core around him should be enough to win still. This total has dropped significantly as it is seven points less than when it first opened. However, still, go with the under has it hit in six of the last seven games played in Toronto between them and the Celtics to cover the spread as they are 8-0 Against the Spread in their last eight games played in Toronto.

San Antonio Spurs at Houston Rockets (8 p.m.)

Team Favored and Spread: SA -7

Total Points: 234.5

The San Antonio Spurs will face off against the Houston Rockets inside of the Toyota Center in a Western Conference game. The Spurs have won two of their first three games against the Rockets, including the last two games. San Antonio is on a three-game winning streak, while Houston has won two straight games. 

Point guard Dejounte Murray has been doing very well this season in his three games against the Rockets, as he is averaging 23.3 points, 7.3 rebounds, 10.7 assists, and 3.3 steals per game while shooting 50.9 percent from the floor. The Spurs are 3-0-1 Against the Spread in their last four games in Houston, and the under has hit in 11 of their last 16 games against one another, regardless of where. All in all, go with the Spurs to cover and the under to hit.

Golden State Warriors at Memphis Grizzlies (8 p.m.)

Team Favored and Spread: MEM -10.5

Total Points: 222

The Golden State Warriors will travel to the FedExForum to take on the Memphis Grizzlies in a potential Western Conference Semifinals matchup. The Grizzlies hold a 2-1 season series lead as we head to the last game between them. Golden State is on a two-game losing streak, while Memphis has won their last four games. 

Center Steven Adams has perfectly fit his role as in his last 10 games, he is averaging eight points, 11.3 rebounds, 3.2 assists, 1.3 blocks, and one steal per game. All in all, go with the Memphis Grizzlies to cover with all of the injuries for the Golden State Warriors and the under, as they hit in seven of their last nine games against each other.

Oklahoma City Thunder at Portland Trail Blazers (10 p.m.)

Team Favored and Spread: OKC -2.5

Total Points: 221

The Oklahoma City Thunder will head to the Moda Center to take on the Portland Trail Blazers in a Western Conference showdown. This will be the third of four games against one another, as Oklahoma City won both of them. The Trail Blazers are on a three-game losing streak, and both teams have dropped four of their last five games entering this one. 

Both teams have a lot of impactful players out, as point guard Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (ankle), center Derrick Favors (back), shooting guard Josh Giddey (hip), and power forward Jeremiah Robinson-Earl (foot) are all out for the Thunder while shooting guard Josh Hart (knee), power forward Justice Winslow (undisclosed), shooting guard Eric Bledsoe (Achilles), and shooting guard Anfernee Simons (quad) are out for the Trail Blazers. 

Oklahoma City is 5-2 Against the Spread in their last seven games against Portland and the under hit in each of the previous four games, so go with both of those to hit. 

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