Wizards vs Timberwolves odds – NBA Thursday

Wizards vs Timberwolves NBA betting preview (February 16th, 2023). The Washington Wizards are +3.0 (bet365) on Thursday.

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The Pick: Washington +3.0 at -110 (bet365)

The Washington Wizards, a team that has come on strong over the last month, will face the Minnesota Timberwolves on Thursday, February 16th, 2023. The Timberwolves, who have struggled to win consistently lately, will host the game with a start time of 8:00 PM ET.

The Wizards are heading into the game as small underdogs, with the spread set at +3.0 (bet365). Our recommendation is to take Washington with that handicap as they look for a win heading into the All-Star break.

Wizards vs Timberwolves – NBA: Game Details Summary

  • Washington 27-30 overall: +3.0 (bet365)
  • Wizards' moneyline betting odds: +135
  • Minnesota 31-29 overall: -3.0 (bet365)
  • Timberwolves' moneyline betting odds: -155
  • Game time: Thursday, February 16th, 2023 @ 8:00 PM ET

The Washington Wizards will enter the game with an overall record of 27-30 on the season. They boast a clear depth chart heading into this game, which has not been the case on many nights this season. They still have a dangerous trio in Bradley Beal, Kyle Kuzma, and Kristaps Porzingis.

Washington heads into this game having won a lot of bets for their backers recently. They are 9-4 over the last month, a stretch that has seen them emerge as relevant again for playoff spots in the east.

Washington Wizards: Recent Form Alert

  • Washington Wizards were 18-26 (January 17th, 2023)
  • Heading into this game they are 27-30
  • The Wizards are 9-4 over the last month

The Minnesota Timberwolves are 31-29 on the season. They are a tricky team at home at 20-12. However, they carry a couple of roster concerns into the day. Rudy Gobert and Kyle Anderson are both questionable. With Karl-Anthony Towns already out, the Timberwolves won’t have a lot of height in the game if Gobert misses.

Washington’s Porzingis, at 7’3″, stands unopposed on most nights in the NBA. He could go off for 25+ and 10-15 rebounds if Minnesota’s low-block players are 6’10” and shorter — which they will be if Gobert doesn’t play.

This looks like one where bettors have to go with the Wizards. They are at -110 with a +3.0 handicap with bet365.

Wizards vs Timberwolves betting recommendation

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