Oklahoma City Thunder vs Milwaukee Bucks
10:10am, Paycom Center

No real shock to find the Thunder favoured heavily with Giannis out for the Bucks and Dame Lillard listed as doubtful. 

Sitting one game out of the first seed in the West, the Thunder have everything to play for over the next three days and there’s absolutely no reason to doubt this young team based on everything we’ve seen this season. 

At home, OKC has played to a 31-8 record (the best in the West), while they’ve also lost only nine of the 29 games they’ve played against opponents from the East. 

On the flip side, the Bucks hold the worst record at the line against non-conference opponents. 

With their two key stars out, we should see the inspired Thunder win easily. 

Tip: Back the Thunder to Cover the Line 

Golden State Warriors vs New Orleans Pelicans
12:00pm, Chase Center

The stakes are high at the Chase Center with the Warriors potentially looking to move as high as the eighth seed in the play-in picture before the season ends on Monday. 

Likewise, the sixth- seed Pels have everything to play for, currently sitting 47-32 on the fringe of the play-in bubble. 

Both sides have met only twice since the season started, each game falling Over the Total Points line. 

Injuries could spell another high-scoring game with Klay Thompson, Brandon Ingram, and Larry Nance listed respectively, but I think the Dubs are a good play here at the line coming off last night’s game in Portland. 

The Warriors have played to a steady 9-6-1 record in the second game of a back-to-back this year, while they’ve also picked up some handy wins over the last week against the likes of Dallas and the Lakers. 

Tip: Back the Warriors to Cover the Line