Rockets at Clippers (Oct. 31): Prediction, point spread, odds, best bet

In the finale of a brutal four-game Western Conference road trip, the young Houston Rockets (1-6) will play part two of a road back-to-back on Monday night against the Los Angeles Clippers (2-4).

If you’re looking to do some last-minute betting research for the Rockets-Clippers clash, you’re in luck! We’ll give you the latest point spread, money line odds and over/under number, as well as the information you’ll need to make the smartest bet at BetMGM.

The game starts at 9:30 p.m. Central and can be seen via AT&T SportsNet Southwest (in Houston markets) or on NBA League Pass.

For the Rockets, it’s their first time to face former teammate John Wall since he was bought out of his contract over the 2022 offseason.

The relative good news for Houston is that the Clippers are on a losing streak of their own, having lost four in a row. Superstar forward Kawhi Leonard is also expected to miss Monday’s game due to right knee injury management. As for the Rockets, they’re 0-3 on their current road trip with previous stops in Utah, Portland, and Phoenix.

The lines, courtesy of BetMGM

  • Point spread: Clippers -9.5

  • Money line: Clippers -450 / Rockets +350

  • Over-under: 223.5

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Rockets at Clippers injury report:

  • Rockets: TyTy Washington out (left knee sprain), Bruno Fernando out (left knee soreness)

  • Clippers: Kawhi Leonard out (right knee injury management), Robert Covington out (health and safety protocols)

Advice and prediction

The Rockets were quite competitive in Phoenix on Sunday night ⁠— even tying the game late in the third quarter ⁠— versus a Suns team that is considerably more talented than the short-handed Clippers will be on Monday at Arena. While the Rockets will be on night two of a back-to-back, that also holds true for the Clippers. We’ll take the Rockets to beat the large spread number.

Prediction: Clippers 115, Rockets 107

Get more betting analysis and predictions at Sportsbook Wire.


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Story originally appeared on Rockets Wire