Trae Young has -180 Odds for Fourth-Straight Double-Double

  • Atlanta Hawks’ point guard Trae Young has -180 odds to record a double-double on Thursday night.
  • The Hawks are 4.0-point favorites against the Orlando Magic in Mexico City, Mexico.
  • Betting the 232.5-point total to go under has -110 odds.

MEXICO CITYTrae Young and the Atlanta Hawks are 4.0-point favorites against the Orlando Magic on Thursday night. Betting odds predict Young will record another double-double despite Orlando’s good defense.

Odds To Record A Double

  • Trae Young -180

After recording a double-double in five of seven games this season, it’s unsurprising that online sportsbooks favor Young to do it again with -180 odds. The Hawks’ point guard averages 10.4 assists and 21.7 points per game this season.

With those averages and consistent double-double output, there’s great value at sportsbooks in Georgia for Young to accomplish a feat he’s done 71% of the time this season. Looking at betting outside of Trae Young, the under has some appeal based on scoring totals from this season.

What Are The Odds For Magic Vs Hawks?

The Orlando Magic are 4.0-point “home” underdogs at NBA online sportsbooks against the Hawks in Mexico. Atlanta’s last four games as a road favorite went under the total.

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Orlando Magic Vs Atlanta Hawks Betting Odds

Team Spread Moneyline Total
Atlanta Hawks -4.0 (-105) -165 O232.5 (-110)
Orlando Magic +4.0 (-115) +140 U232.5 (-110)

Despite Atlanta ranking second in the NBA for points per game, the 232.5-point total has good value (-110) to go under. Their combined scoring averages per game is 230.6 points, which is roughly two points less than the total.

Defensively, the Hawks and Magic combine to hold opponents to 222.1 points per game, which is more than 10 points less than the 232.5-point total. Orlando ranks third in the NBA with 105.4 points allowed per game this season.

Orlando’s stout defense led five of their same games this season to go under the total. The -110 odds at Florida online sportsbooks make the under a great bet for Thursday night.