Best NBA Odds for Every Playoff Game Today (Odds, Spreads and Totals for Wednesday, April 19)

 Miami Heat forward Jimmy Butler.
Miami Heat forward Jimmy Butler. / Michael McLoone-USA TODAY Sports

After three double-digit games on Tuesday night in the NBA playoffs, fans are hoping for some more closely-contested action on Wednesday night with its three-game slate.

The Miami Heat and Los Angeles Lakers both stole road matchups in Game 1, but can they do the same in Game 2 to take a commanding lead in their respective series?

The odds certainly favor the Lakers with Ja Morant questionable for Game 2, and the Milwaukee Bucks have listed Giannis Antetokounmpo as doubtful for tonight's game against Miami.

In the Western Conference, the No. 1-seeded Denver Nuggets are hoping to open up a 2-0 series lead on the Minnesota Timberwolves after taking Game 1 by 29 points.

Best NBA Odds for Every Game Playoff Today (Wednesday, April 19)

Let's break down each playoff matchup (and the odds) for Wednesday night:

Lakers vs. Grizzlies odds, spread and total

The Lakers are favored in this game with Morant's status up in the air for Memphis. Los Angeles dominated the Grizzlies, closing the game on a 23-11 runs, in Game 1 once Morant went down.

Memphis has been great at home all season long, but a healthy Lakers team is going to be tough to beat without Morant, Steven Adams and Brandon Clarke in the lineup.

Heat vs. Bucks odds, spread and total

Miami absolutely stole Game 1, but it lost Tyler Herro (broken hand) for the series in the process.

Giannis could end up being upgraded today, but if he sits the Heat have a legit shot to pull off an upset. Milwaukee was just 11-8 without the two-time MVP this season, and the Heat have moved from 9-point dogs to 6.5-point dogs with the news that Giannis is doubtful.

Timberwolves vs. Nuggets odds, spread and total

The Nuggets are heavily favored once again after putting on a defensive clinic in Game 1, holding Minnesota to just 80 points.

The Wolves should turn things around scoring the ball a bit, especially Karl-Anthony Towns, who shot just 5-for-15 in Game 1. Still, Denver is in the driver's seat considering how well it has played at Ball Arena this season.

Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.