The Washington Wizards (19-32) continue their road trip on Saturday, facing the Phoenix Suns (36-15). They are scheduled to tip-off at Phoenix Suns Arena at 10:10 p.m. ET. Below, we analyze the Wizards-Suns odds and lines, with NBA picks and predictions.
Washington is playing its fourth game in a six-game road trip and is 2-1 so far, winning their last two games.
The Wizards are playing for the second night in a row, having defeated the Golden State Warriors 110-107 Friday night. Washington is only 9-16 on the road this season.
The Suns had a seven-game winning streak snapped by the Los Angeles Clippers 113-103 on Thursday night and are now on a five-game homestand.
Phoenix is second in the West, 2.5 games behind the Utah Jazz. Only the Jazz have more wins than the Suns this season.
Wizards at Suns: Odds, spread and lines
- Money line: Wizards +575 (bet $100 to win $575) | Suns -900 (bet $900 to win $100)
- Against the spread/ATS: Wizards +12 (-110) | Suns -12 (-110)
- Over/Under: 22.5 (O: -115 | U: -105)
Wizards at Suns: Key injuries
- SG Bradley Beal (hip) probable
- C Daniel Gafford (ankle) out
- SF Abdel Nader (knee) out
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Wizards at Suns: Odds, lines, predictions and picks
Suns 125, Wizards 110
Money line (ML)
The Suns are the far superior team and have been playing extremely well, although the Wizards did beat them 128-107 at home Jan. 11. Despite the loss to the Clippers, the Suns have won 16 of their last 20 games.
They play well at home. But with the line at -900, while it is almost a sure win, it isn’t the best play because the payout is so small. Go to the spread and the total for better wagers.
Against the spread (ATS)
At 33-18 ATS, the Suns have the best ATS record in the league. They have failed to cover the spread in only three wins this season, although those three games have been in their last six wins.
Washington is 26-25 ATS overall and 8-4 ATS when they play on no rest. And while Phoenix is 18-9 ATS at home, Washington is 14-11 ATS on the road.
The Suns, who failed to cover the spread in Thursday’s loss to the Clippers, have not failed to cover the spread in two straight games since Jan. 27.
Take the SUNS -12 (-110).
Five of the last six games for the Suns have gone Over the total. The opposite is true for the Wizards, for whom five of the last six have gone Under.
Washington allows the second-most points in the league per game at 118.5 per game. Phoenix will surpass that. Even in a potential blowout, both teams will put up points.
Take OVER 227.5 POINTS (-115).
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