In one of the whackiest series that basketball fans have seen in quite a while, the Minnesota Timberwolves play host to the Memphis Grizzlies in tonight’s Game 6 showdown. The Wolves have to feel gutted after blowing hefty leads in Games 3 and 5, both played in Memphis. With the Grizzlies looking to close out the series on the road up 3-2, there is one edge that sports bettors can take advantage of.

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According to BetMGM, Game 6 in Minnesota opened with the Grizzlies 1.5-point favorites, but that number did not last long. As of Friday morning, the line had completely flipped with the Wolves listed as 1.5-point favorites.

While the line continues to seesaw back and forth, it is important to note that BetMGM has reported that 70% of the bets have come in on Memphis, including a lopsided 68% of the handle.

All of that to say that this line should move closer to a pick ‘em before tip-off. Take the Grizzlies while there is still value to be had.

The Bet: Memphis Grizzlies ML (-115)

Outside of Game 1’s loss, Memphis has won the rebounding battle against Minnesota in each game. This is a statistic that most Grizzlies fans would not believe since Steven Adams, the team’s leading rebounder in the regular season, has dropped out of the rotation.

Despite having the better big man in Karl Anthony-Towns, the Wolves have not been attacking the glass with the same tenacity that the Grizzlies have. Part of that has been due to Towns’ inability to stay out of foul trouble.

The Wolves were able to take advantage of Ja Morant’s lackluster play at times throughout this series and steal a couple of games that Memphis otherwise would have won. After a 30-point performance in game 5’s win, Morant appears to have regained his confidence.

The Grizzlies star dropped 18 points in a fourth-quarter that was capped off with a game-winning layup from Morant with just one second remaining in the game. After clawing back from a late deficit of 11 points, the Grizzlies delivered a devastating haymaker to the Wolves’ series hopes.

Memphis smells blood in the water coming from a desperate Minnesota team that held a players-only meeting in advance of Game 6. If a team has to hold a meeting in order to get the point across in an elimination game, disaster likely lies ahead.

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