Timberwolves vs. Cavaliers Prediction, Player Props, Picks & Odds: Today, 3/8


This season, the Cleveland Cavaliers have shown that they are a real threat to make it to the NBA Finals. The Minnesota Timberwolves could also be a title rival.   

A lot of fans didn't think this would happen at the start of the season, but we're here to help you make the most of their game tonight with our best Timberwolves vs. Cavaliers forecasts and player props.  

For the purpose of making it even more fun, we will also be discussing the fact that you have the opportunity to select from two attractive Bet365 Sportsbook promotions that offer bonuses of up to $1,000.  

Even though they had to deal with injuries to key players for most of the first half of the season, the Cavaliers have still shown that they are a real title threat.   

Injuries have once again reared their ugly heads, despite the fact that they culminated their magnificent victory over the Boston Celtics the other night.  

They still have a great chance to get back on track after losing on Wednesday because they'll be playing the T-Wolves on the second night of a back-to-back.   

However, we think the best bet is not to bet on the point spread. We will focus on a game with few points because these are the two best defences in terms of how many points they give up per game.  

That's a recipe for a low-scoring game, and the Cavs' injuries have slowed scoring. One of their past four games has above 105 points (110). Therefore, our best Timberwolves vs. Cavaliers prediction is Under 207.5 (-110 at Bet365).  

Since not all fans like rooting against points, we offer Timberwolves vs. Cavaliers player props. First, a Cleveland player who has played recently.  

One of the big losses early in the year was to Darius Garland. But now that Donovan Mitchell and Evan Mobley are hurt, Garland has become the key player to keep things together.  

He's done a good job of it, especially when it comes to making the offence easier. We're sure he can do well against Minnesota after having 11 assists against the NBA's best team, the Celtics.  

Our first Timberwolves vs. Cavaliers player prop is Darius Garland over 7.5 assists (+100 at Bet365). We don't expect many points, and Anthony Edwards should provide most of them. Rudy Gobert, however, stays under his point total.  

Though a leading candidate for Defensive Player of the Year, he doesn't score well. His priority is controlling the glass, and recent performances have raised his number. His 25-point performance two games ago was against a poor Portland Trail Blazers club.  

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