The Washington Wizards (15-28) take a three-game slide into a home matchup with the Detroit Pistons (12-32), losers of three straight as well. The Pistons are underdogs by 3.5 points in the contest, which starts at 8:00 PM ET (on NBCS-DC) on Saturday, March 27, 2021. The matchup’s point total is 227.5.
The betting insights in this article reflect odds data from DraftKings Sportsbook as of March 27, 2021, 6:40 AM ET. See table below for current betting odds.
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Injury Report as of March 27
Davis Bertans: Day To Day (Calf),
Ish Smith: Out (Quad),
Bradley Beal: Day To Day (Foot),
Thomas Bryant: Out For Season (Left knee)
Jahlil Okafor: Out (Knee),
Killian Hayes: Out (Hip),
Dennis Smith Jr.: Out (Spine)
Wizards and Pistons Records ATS
- Washington is an even 21-21 against the spread this season.
- The Wizards are 1-2 against the spread this season when they are at least a 3.5-point favorite.
- Washington and its opponents have outscored the set over/under in 52.4% of its games this season (22/42).
- Detroit has outperformed the spread so far this season with a record of 23-18-1.
- When they play as at least a 3.5-point underdog, the Pistons tend to meet expectations with a 1-0 record against the spread.
- 22 of Detroit’s 42 games (52.4%) this season have fallen short of the over/under.
- Washington’s games this season have gone over the point total for Saturday’s matchup point total (227.5 points) in 62.8% of opportunities (27 out of 43 matchups).
- In 13 out of Detroit’s 44 games this year (29.5%), the competing teams combined for more points than the total in Saturday’s matchup.
- On average, the Wizards have seen a 234.5 over/under in their games this season, 7.0 more points than the over/under in this matchup.
- Pistons’ games have an over/under of 218.2 points this season, 9.3 points fewer than the total points bet for this contest.
- The Wizards have an average implied point total of 120.5 this season, which is 4.5 points higher than their implied total in Saturday’s game (116).
- So far this season, Washington has outscored its implied point total for this matchup (116) 20 times.
- The average implied point total on the season for the Pistons (112.3) is 0.3 more points than the team’s implied total in this matchup (112).
- Detroit has scored more than this game’s implied total of 112 points 15 times this season.
- The Wizards are the league’s 10th-highest scoring team (114.6 PPG), while the Pistons allow the 11th-fewest points per game (111) in NBA action.
- The Wizards have been out-scored by 229 points this season (5.3 points per game on average), and opponents of the Pistons have out-scored them by 163 more points on the year (3.7 per game).
- The Wizards rebounds and assists leader is Russell Westbrook. He pulls down 9.8 rebounds and adds 10.3 assists per game.
- Westbrook’s rebounding prop over/under for the game is set at 9.5 boards, 0.3 rebounds less than his season average of 9.8.
- Bradley Beal paces Washington with 31.7 points per game.
- Beal’s points prop total for the contest is set at 35.5, 3.8 points higher than his season average of 31.7.
- Davis Bertans is the top three-point shooter for the Wizards, hitting 2.8 per game.
- Washington’s steals leader is Westbrook, who grabs 1.3 per game. Daniel Gafford leads the team averaging 1.1 blocks a game.
- Westbrook’s steals prop total for the game is set at 1.5, 0.2 steals higher than his season average of 1.3.
- Mason Plumlee grabs 9.5 rebounds per game, 3.7 assists per game, and 10.4 points per game, putting him in the top spot on the Pistons in both rebounds and assists.
- Plumlee’s assists prop total for the contest is set at 3.5 assists, 0.2 assists lower than his season average of 3.7.
- Jerami Grant has outperformed his Detroit teammates in scoring, putting up 23.3 points per game to go with 5.0 rebounds and 2.8 assists.
- Grant’s PRA prop total for the contest is set at 25.5, 5.6 less than his season average of 31.1.
- Wayne Ellington is tops from three-point range for the Pistons, knocking down 2.7 threes per game.
- Ellington’s three pointers made prop total for the game is set at 2.5, 0.2 shots lower than his season average of 2.7.
- Dennis Smith Jr. is at the top of Detroit’s steals hierarchy with 1.1 steals per game and Grant leads the squad in blocks with 1.1 per game.
- Smith’s steals prop over/under for the game is set at 0.5, 0.6 steals lower than his season average of 1.1.
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