NBA Betting Wild Wagering Trends for Tuesday, March 29 (Fade Nets at Home, Trust the Mavs?)

Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant.
Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant. / Mike Stobe/GettyImages

Every night in the NBA, there are interesting trends to look at when figuring out who you should bet on. 

Some of these trends will help you find value when betting against the spread, a total or even an upset, and I use them every day when crafting my best bets. Trends aren’t the only way to make a good bet, but they certainly help when trying to figure out how a team fares at home, on the road, on a back-to-back and more. 

On Tuesday, there are three crazy betting trends that can help us find some value in the odds at WynnBET Sportsbook

NBA Betting Trends to Know on March 29

The Nets Are 4-22-1 ATS As Home Favorite

The Brooklyn Nets are favored by a whopping 14 points at home against the Detroit Pistons on Tuesday, but Brooklyn has covered just four times in 27 tries as a home favorite this season. 

Kyrie Irving can now play in home games for the Nets, but the team lost by nine to the Charlotte Hornets in his first game at home on Sunday. 

The Pistons have struggled to win games this season, but they are 19-17-1 against the spread as away underdogs. I think the Pistons may be the team to back, even with Brooklyn running out both Irving and Kevin Durant. 

The OVER in Bulls’ Games Is 10-5 on Second Night of a Back-to-Back

The Chicago Bulls are in the second night of a back-to-back after losing to the New York Knicks on Monday, and there is a trend on the total for them in this spot. 

Chicago is 10-5 on OVERs this season on back-to-backs, which is a much higher rate than overall, as Chicago is actually 35-38-2 on OVERs this season. 

The Bulls and Wizards have both played bottom-12 defenses over their last 12 games, and the Wizards have cleared the total of 223.5 for this game in 10 of their last 14. 

The Mavericks Are 5-2 ATS as Double-Digit Favorite

The Dallas Mavericks are 12-point favorites against the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday, as LeBron James and Anthony Davis are both doubtful for this matchup. 

Dallas has been favored by double-digits seven times this season, covering in five of those games, and it could be in a good spot to do that again tonight with the Lakers’ struggles this season.

Find Peter Dewey’s full betting record in the NBA this season here.