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How the public is betting NBA games on Monday, Feb. 28th

We go over how the public is betting Monday’s slate of games on DraftKings Sportsbook.

Zach LaVine #8 of the Chicago Bulls dribbles the ball up the court against the Miami Heat during the second half at FTX Arena on December 11, 2021 in Miami, Florida.  Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images

The NBA closes out the month of February with a seven-game slate on Monday night. We’ve got one big matchup in the Eastern Conference with the Miami Heat taking on the Chicago Bulls in a battle for a battle for first place. The Heat lead the Bulls by 1.0 game in the conference with about a month and a half to go in the regular season.

Let’s take a look at how the public is betting the seven-game slate on the spread, over/under and moneyline with a bit of analysis.

NBA betting splits, Feb. 28

Most of the spread favorites are getting a big chunk of the handle and bets on DKSB, though the one game that is pretty torn is Heat-Bulls with 55 percent of the bets going toward the Heat. The public is a bit torn on the T-Wolves-Cavaliers game total at 222.5. Most of the handle is on the under while 66 percent of the bets are on the over. Moneyline bets are split on Heat-Bulls (again, not surprising). If you’re trying to craft some type of moneyline parlay, the Spurs, Kings and Pacers are seeing the heaviest amount of action on those lines.

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