Things haven’t worked out in Minneapolis once again this season.
Despite a few talented players coming through the system of the last few years, the T-Wolves aren’t moving up the standings.
That being said, there are still a few spots NBA bettors may look to make money backing this underachieving group.
In particular, as a home underdog, is one spot where we can look to play on Minnesota.
Also, when the Timberwolves have had exactly one day off, they have had a good tendency to come back and cover the next time out.
More frequently, we might be looking to fade the T-Wolves and play against them
In particular, we should go against Minnesota when they are playing with two or three days rest. You would think this would help a team, but Minny is terrible with normal rest.
Also, when the Wolves hit the road as an underdog, they have fared poorly against the number. On the road, in general, though, Minnesota has been very sub-par ATS.
Also, coming off a loss, the T-Wolves compete poorly the next time out, failing to cover at a more frequent rate than covering.
Minnesota has some profitable trends that show they play higher-scoring games and often go OVER the betting total more frequently than not.
The Timberwolves go OVER most often when playing with two or three days’ rest.
The Wolves also go OVER frequently in games against the Eastern Conference, or against other divisions, in general.
Minnesota also tends to go OVER when playing as a home favorite.
The T-Wolves have a couple of spots where we can look to go UNDER in their games.
The Wolves show a slight tendency to go UNDER when playing on one day’s rest.
Also, the Timberwolves more frequently go UNDER against fellow Western Conference teams by a slight margin.
You can bet legally on the Minnesota Timberwolves at sportsbooks in the United States in several states, including New Jersey, Nevada, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Mississippi.