Denver Nuggets vs. Oklahoma City Thunder Odds & Picks: Thunder Go For Five-Straight

The Thunder will look to keep a four-game win streak alive against the Nuggets as 6.5-point underdogs.

The Oklahoma City Thunder will look to keep their four-game win streak alive as they host the Denver Nuggets on Thursday, November 3 at Paycom Center with an 8:00 PM EST tipoff.

Denver (4-3) hasn’t played since a tough loss to the LA Lakers last Sunday so they should be well rested, and will face a division-rival Thunder team with the same record, who just beat the Orlando Magic on Tuesday backed by another incredible performance from point guard Shai Gilgeous-Alexander.

Nuggets vs. Thunder Betting Odds

Nuggets Thunder
Spread -6.5 +6.5
Moneyline -250 +210
Over/Under 228.5 (-110)

*Lines accurate at time of publication

Nuggets vs. Thunder Best Bets

Thunder +6.5 vs. Nuggets (-110 Draftkings)

Denver is 2-5 ATS in their last seven road games, while the Thunder sits at 3-1 ATS at home this season. The last time these two teams met, the Nuggets had six players put up double-digit points, with reining MVP Nicola Jokic posting a triple-double. On the Thunder side, it wasn’t the best outing for Gilgeous-Alexander who did score 28 points but shot less than 50% from the floor.

Coming off a brutal loss to LA with three nights’ rest, the Nuggets should come into this contest fired up, but it’s won’t be easy against an Oklahoma City team on a hot streak looking for their fifth-straight victory. This should be a close one, so I’m going with the Thunder to cover at home.

Risk: 1.10 units on DraftKings to win 1 unit (Bet up to -120)

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Nuggets vs. Thunder Game Total Over 228.5 Points (-110, DraftKings)

Both of these Northwest teams can shoot the basketball. Denver sits 13th in the NBA in points scored per game with 114.1 led by last season’s MVP Nikola Jokic, who’s averaging 21 PPG with Michael Porter Jr. right behind at 18.5. The Nuggets have put at least 110 points in every game except the season opener and are coming of their largest rest period of the year.

Oklahoma City is scoring an average of 112.1 per contest backed by Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, who is averaging an insane 31.5 points per game which is currently fourth in the NBA. The Thunder has posted 116 or more points in three straight. With both teams playing excellent basketball, this should be an offensive spectacle with the total exceeding the latest NBA odds set at 228.5 points.

Risk: 1.10 units on DraftKings to win 1 unit (Bet up to -120)

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