Minnesota Timberwolves at Phoenix Suns picks, predictions, odds: Who wins NBA game?
The Phoenix Suns and Minnesota Timberwolves play on Wednesday, Nov. 15 at Footprint Center in an NBA Western Conference game.
Which team will win the NBA game?
Check out these NBA picks and predictions for the Suns vs. Timberwolves matchup, which can be seen at 7 p.m. MST on 3TV and Bally Sports North.
The Suns are favored to win Wednesday's NBA game, per odds from FanDuel Sportsbook.
The Suns are -6 against the spread, while the Timberwolves are +6.
Phoenix is -250 on the moneyline, while Minnesota is +205.
The over/under (point total) is set at 227.5 points.
Phoenix is expected to have Devin Booker back from injury for the game.
Matt Rooney writes: "The Timberwolves are outscoring opponents by 9.0 points per game, with a +90 scoring differential overall. They put up 111.9 points per game (17th in NBA) and allow 102.9 per contest (first in league)."
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Dimers.com's predicted final score for Minnesota vs. Phoenix at Footprint Center this Wednesday has the Suns winning 116-110.
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Randy Chambers writes: "I get the Minnesota Timberwolves are on the end of a back to back and the Suns are as healthy as they've been all year. We're finally going to see Durant, Beal and Booker on the court together. However, this line is disrespectful toward how well the Timberwolves are playing right now. Also, even with injuries, the Suns have lost 5 of their last 7 games overall and 4 straight at home. Just from current form alone, it's hard to turn down this many points with the Timberwolves."
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The site gives the Timberwolves a 47.8% chance to beat the Suns on Wednesday night.
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The site is giving the edge to Phoenix in the NBA game against Minnesota at Footprint Center.
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Guy Bruhn writes: "The Phoenix defense concedes 35.3% on shots from beyond the perimeter (114 of 323) and their opponents are knocking down 80.3% of their free throw attempts. They surrender 26.0 dimes and 41.3 rebounds on a nightly basis, ranking them 15th and 4th in the league. The Suns on the defensive side of the court are 13th in the league in PPG allowed with 112.1. They are able to force 13.4 turnovers per game and allow teams to shoot 46.0% from the field (12th in the league)."
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