PreviewMatchupProps
Oklahoma City Thunder
4-6
+3
56%
-3
o82%
Indiana Pacers
6-4
Tue, Nov 12 - 7:00p ET   |   FSIN   |   Bankers Life Fieldhouse
By Landon Smith

Oklahoma City Thunder vs Indiana Pacers Basketball Las Vegas Odds / NBA Free Picks

The Indiana Pacers look like one of the best teams in the Eastern Conference with six wins in their last seven games and are doing it without a superstar in the lineup.

 

Betting Odds & Stats
Oklahoma City ThunderLinesIndiana Pacers
+130Opening Odds-150
+3 (-110)Spread-3 (-110)
Over 212.5 (-110)TotalUnder 212.5 (-110)
Oklahoma City ThunderrConcensusIndiana Pacers
38%Spread62%
Over 74%TotalUnder 26%
Oklahoma City ThunderrScore and statIndiana Pacers
101.7Predicted Score111.5
4-6 (6-4 ATS)Stats/Additional6-4 (4-4-2 ATS)

 

Reason for Oklahoma City Thunder vs Indiana Pacers NBA Picks

Oklahoma City Thunder +3

The Thunder have lost six of their first ten games and are still struggling to develop chemistry. On Sunday, Oklahoma City was outscored by 15 points during the third quarter of a 121-119 home loss versus Milwaukee.

In the loss to the Bucks, the Thunder were guided offensively by Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, scoring 22 points and dishing out 6 assists.  Chris Paul made 6 of 11 shots from the floor, adding 17 points.  Danilo Gallinari pulled down 14 rebounds and contributed 14 points.  The Thunder made 49.5% of their shots from the floor and over 40% from 3-point range.

The Thunder enters this one 21st in the league in scoring offense as they average 107.3 points per game. Oklahoma City is tied for 21st in rebounding with 44.4 boards a night while ranking 24th in assists by dishing out 21.8 per game.

The Thunder stands seventh in the league in scoring defense by allowing 105.5 points per contest. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander leads Oklahoma City with 21 points plus 5.8 rebounds per game on the season.

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Indiana Pacers -3

The Indiana Pacers lost three straight to start the season, but enter Tuesday having won six of their last seven games. The Pacers rank third in the league in assists and Malcom Brogdon leads the club in scoring at 20.8 points per game. On Sunday, Indiana outscored Orlando by 13 points during the third quarter of a 109-102 road victory.

In the win over the Magic, the Pacers were led by Domantas Sabonis.  Sabonis had a tremendous game, recording a double-double, totaling 21 points and grabbing 16 rebounds.  Sabonis was one of 6 players to reach double figures for the game.  T.J. Warren added 19 points on 9 of 16 shooting from the floor.  The Pacers made 52% of their shots, while holding the Magic to 46%. 

While the Pacers wait for Oladipo and center Myles Turner (ankle) to rejoin the team, power forward Domantas Sabonis is quietly becoming a star.

The Pacers enter this contest 17th in scoring offense with 109.3 points per game on the season. Indiana is 22nd in the league in rebounding with 44.4 boards per contest and stand 4th with 25.7 assists per game. The Pacers are tied for 8th in the league in scoring defense as they allow 106.3 points per game this season. Malcolm Brogdon leads the team with 20.9 points, 5.2 rebounds plus 8.9 assists per game this season.

 

The Pick: Indiana Pacers -3, Under 212.5