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Cavaliers vs Suns Prediction, Odds and NBA Picks Wednesday, April 03

Teams will meet for the second time this season when the Cleveland Cavaliers and Phoenix Suns clash on Wednesday. As the regular season winds down, both teams look to secure their playoff berths, with Cleveland aiming for a top three spot in the East while the Suns try to avoid the play-in the West, but sit one game behind sixth place. After taking the Cavaliers down in the first game this season, Phoenix looks for the sweep, and with it also at home, NBA expert picks have the Suns favored as well.

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Cavaliers vs Suns Predictions, Odds and Picks, Wednesday, April 3
Cavaliers vs Suns Predictions, Odds and Picks, Wednesday, April 3

Cavaliers vs Suns Game Information

  • Game: Cavaliers (46-30) vs Suns (44-31)
  • Start Time: 10 p.m. ET
  • Day Game: Wednesday, April 3
  • Location: Footprint Center, Phoenix
  • Cavaliers vs Suns Live Stream: NBA Game Pass

 

The Phoenix Suns will go for the season sweep when they host the Cleveland Cavaliers on Wednesday at the Footprint Center. NBA betting lines favor the Suns by 5½ points, with the BetUS sportsbook setting the total at 226½.

 

Cavaliers vs Suns Head-to-Head

 

Cavaliers vs Suns Odds and Spreads

 

  • The Suns are 5-0 ATS in their last five Wednesday games.
  • The Suns are 4-0 ATS in their last four games as a favorite of 5 to 10½ points.
  • The Suns are 6-1 ATS in their last seven after allowing 100 points or more in their previous game.
  • The Cavaliers are 0-11 ATS in their last 11 games following a straight up win.
  • The Cavaliers are 0-5 ATS in their last five games vs. a team with a winning straight up record.
  • The Cavaliers have lost three straight ATS.

 

Cavaliers vs Suns ATS Pick: Phoenix Suns -6

Both teams are coming off solid wins in their last games, but the Suns should be the ones to add onto it and get the sweep of Cleveland.

Phoenix will finally be returning home from a five-game trip, wherein it went 3-2 and had solid defensive play, holding teams to 109.2 points a game. The Suns have been strong at home this season with a 23-14 record, and won three of their last four with some good offense, averaging 117.5 points a game in that time.

Although the Cavs have also been getting it done offensively, averaging 114.6 points a game in their last five, they are also playing their second game of a back-to-back. Cleveland may also be without Donovan Mitchell for the second straight night.

With the Cavs likely on tired legs and potentially without their leading scorer, and the Suns trying to avoid the play-in, Phoenix should be able to cover the spread and get the win.

Here’s a look at some NBA Lines and NBA Game Odds to consider!

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Cavaliers vs Suns Player Prop: Kevin Durant Over 2.5 3-Pointers Made (+106)

Durant is one of the Suns’ top three-point shooters on the team, shooting it at 42% clip this season, and has continued to take his opportunities to hit from beyond the arc. Although Durant didn’t have the best shooting night in his last outing against New Orleans, he still made three 3s, his fourth game in a row making at least three.

Durant also found success against Cleveland the first time around, going 5-for-10 beyond the arc. Though the Cavs have one of the stronger defenses in the league, their ability to guard the three is average, as they allow teams to shoot it at a 36.6% mark, and Durant should be able to take advantage of that yet again for one of the best NBA prop bets for April 3.

 

 

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Cavaliers vs Suns Prediction

Suns 116, Cavaliers 109

 

 

Questions Of The Day

What was the score of the first matchup?


The Suns defeated the Cavaliers 117-111 the first time around.

Who leads Phoenix in scoring?


Kevin Durant leads the Suns averaging 27.5 points a game.

 


The odds and predictions in the article are based on the time of writing and publication. They may differ as to when the actual event takes place.

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