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NBA Best Bets Tonight: Odds, Picks and Predictions for Thursday, February 16th

Bucks vs Bulls Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NBA Betting Lines 2/16

Moneyline: Milwaukee Bucks -333, Chicago Bulls +260
Spread: Milwaukee Bucks -7, Chicago Bulls +7
Total: Over/Under (228.5) points

Odds are subject to change*

Bucks vs Bulls Prediction and Pick

The Milwaukee Bucks overtime win against the Boston Celtics on Tuesday night took them to 11 straight wins. The Bucks are two games back from Boston in the Eastern Conference, with one game left to play before the All-Star Break.

Bucks guard Jrue Holiday was on fine form in the Boston win, tying his career high 40 points scoring and hitting a new career high eight three pointers. Holiday shot 62% from the floor and 67% from behind the arc in a sensational overtime performance that closed out the game against the Bucks biggest rivals for the East.

While the win is all that really matters, the Bucks were facing a Celtics lineup that was missing Marcus Smart, Jaylen Brown, and Jayson Tatum. The Celtics have been banged up as of late, and the Bucks capitalized on the opportunity to apply some pressure at the top end of the conference.

Their final game before the All-Star break presents the Chicago Bulls, who go into tonight's game on a five-game losing streak.

Chicago’s issue right now is rhythm on offense. They’re currently one of the worst performing teams on the offensive end of the floor, averaging a league worst 97.4 points per game through their last five games. Zach Lavine’s 35-point night against the Pacers on Wednesday was not enough to break the losing streak, and the Bulls will now face an in-form Milwaukee team whilst trying to stop the slide.

Surprisingly, it’s the Bulls defense keeping them in games. While they might be a league worst in scoring, they’re also a top five in points allowed per game in that same five game stretch. The defense is averaging 15 forced turnovers in those games, and their ability to turn those turnovers into points is certainly a positive in what’s been an otherwise disappointing run. That said, they’re also one of the league's worst teams in turning the ball over themselves in recent games, making for a frustrating watch for Bulls fans.

This game is a tough ask for the Bulls under current circumstances. I’ve got the Bucks winning and covering, with Chicago then taking the All-Star break to figure some things out in a hurry.

The Pick: Milwaukee Bucks -7.5 (-110)

Wizards vs Timberwolves Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NBA Betting Lines 2/16

Moneyline: Washington Wizards +120, Minnesota Timberwolves -140
Spread: Washington Wizards +2.5, Minnesota Timberwolves -2.5
Total: Over/Under (234.5) points

Odds are subject to change*

Wizards vs Timberwolves Prediction and Pick

The Washington Wizards have won three of their last four games as they try to fight their way back to a .500 record in the Eastern Conference. The Wizards have been hot and cold all season, including a strong six game winning streak at the end of January that included five road wins, and they’re becoming one of the more frustrating teams in the NBA to bet for or against.

Kyle Kuzma has been in good form in recent games, scoring 30+ points in three of the last five where he’s played at least 30 minutes. The Wizards forward has also shown an increase in his production off the glass since Rui Hachimura departed for LA.

Wizards guard Bradley Beal seems to have found his stroke so far in February after missing some time in January with a hamstring injury. Beal averaged 17 points per game in the seven he played in January but is currently averaging 27 PPG in February through the first five games.

The Minnesota Timberwolves are allowing more free throw attempts per game than any other team in the NBA this season, but face a Wizards team that is bottom five in getting to the line. The Wizards don’t have a guy who’s going to consistently drive to the basket and force fouls, so Minnesota might be off the hook in that category on Thursday night.

Over the course of their last nine games, Minnesota has alternated between wins and losses without being able to achieve consecutive victories. As they approach the All-Star break with only one game remaining, they currently occupy the sixth spot in the Western Conference. However, in order to succeed in the postseason, they must strive for greater consistency.

Anthony Edwards had been in fine form at the end of January, turning up with a big scoring input every night for six or seven games in a row. So far in February he’s back to being a little on and off. So far, he has two nights of 30+ points, both of which resulted in wins, but he also has four with 20 or less, three of which resulted in losses.

If Edwards has a strong night against the Wizards, I have the Timberwolves coming away with this one in what could turn out to be a fun shootout between the two sides.

The Pick: Minnesota Timberwolves -2.5 (-115)

Clippers vs Suns Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NBA Betting Lines 2/16

Moneyline: LA Clippers +100, Phoenix Suns -117
Spread: LA Clippers +1.5, Phoenix Suns -1.5
Total: Over/Under (222.5) points

Odds are subject to change*

Clippers vs Suns Prediction and Pick

The LA Clippers will face the Phoenix Suns on Thursday night after a strong scoring night against the Golden State Warriors last time out. Kawhi Leonard came back into the lineup after sitting out against the Milwaukee Bucks to score 33 points with seven rebounds and four assists as the Clippers took a 134-124 win.

Kawhi and the Clippers are fifth in the West, just one spot behind the Suns and with both teams having won 32 games so far this season. Thursday night's game presents an opportunity for both teams to gain an advantage over one of their closest conference rivals at this point in the season.

Phoenix is regaining their mojo and have become the NBA’s most upwards trending team in recent weeks. They’ve won seven of their last nine games, with Deandre Ayton playing some of the best basketball we’ve seen from him so far this season. Devin Booker returned to the lineup on February 8th, currently managing his minutes as he makes his way back from almost two months out with a groin injury.

Booker had his best scoring night since coming back in the Suns last outing, leading the team in scoring with 32 points against the Sacramento Kings. The Suns guard didn’t shoot a single three in the game, playing 29 minutes and shooting 65% from the floor.

Tonight’s game will depend on the strength of the Sun’s starting five. There’s a chance Devin Booker sits this one out with the Suns looking to come back at full strength after the All-Star break with a focus on integrating their new star in Kevin Durant into the lineup.

This matchup presents two of the league's most stubborn teams defensively. Both are top five in opposition points allowed, and neither team depends on high scoring numbers to win games. The Suns are 22nd in scoring per game this season, while the Clippers sit 27th. Phoenix is going to heavily contest the Clippers from behind the arc, but I’d expect to see plenty of Kawhi Leonard inside in Thursday’s game.

I have the Suns edging this one in their current run of form, with Josh Okogie proving to relish his opportunity in the starting five in the Suns last three since trading Mikal Bridges to the Nets.

The Pick: Phoenix Suns Moneyline (-117)