NBA Betting Preview: Utah Jazz vs. Denver Nuggets
Favorite: Denver Nuggets (46-27)
Underdog: Utah Jazz (44-28)
When does the game start? Wednesday at 4:00 PM ET
Broadcast: TNT, ALT, SportsNet RM
The Denver Nuggets, led by Nikola Jokic, will challenge the Utah Jazz in an NBA matchup on Wednesday.
Line: Denver -4
Over/Under: 218.5Movement Analysis: The total stands at its original figure, showing no notable movement. Denver has a record of 22-22 against the spread when playing as the favorite, while Utah is 11-7 against the spread as underdogs this year.
Jokic leads the attack, responsible for 18% of the Nuggets total offense, while taking an average of 14.8 field goal attempts. Jokic is a force down low, he averages 2.3 offensive boards a contest and grabs 22.1% of his team's rebounds. The Nuggets offense is orchestrated by Jokic, who accounts for 26.1% of all assists, while turning the ball over 3.1 times a contest.
Denver can win with a less-than-excellent scoring output, sporting a record of 19-21 when they fail to reach their 111.6 scoring average. Utah allows 109.2 per contest. The Nuggets are 13-17 when they shoot below their 47% season average from the field. The Jazz allow opponents to shoot 46%. The Nuggets can win with a less than excellent performance on the glass, sporting a record of 22-23 when they fail to reach their 44.1 rebounding average, Utah allows 42.7 boards per game.
Mitchell leads the attack, accounting for 21.9% of the Jazz total offense, while taking an average of 19.6 field goal attempts. Gobert is a player to watch, he averages 3.4 offensive rebounds a contest and grabs 29.7% of his team's rebounds. The Jazz offense is conducted by Ingles, who is responsible for 23.2% of all assists, while turning the ball over two times a game.
Utah is just 16-22 when they fail to reach their scoring average. Denver allows 109.4 a contest. The Jazz are 18-18 when they shoot below their 38% season average from three. The Nuggets allow opponents to shoot 36%. The Jazz can win with a less than stellar output on the boards, sporting a record of 17-18 when they fail to reach their 45 rebounding average, Denver allows 42.8 boards a game.
Denver : 111
Utah : 110
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