Washington takes on Los Angeles in a non-conference battle.

Lakers vs. Wizards: A Highly Anticipated NBA Matchup with Historic Odds

The Los Angeles Lakers (43-33, ninth in the Western Conference) will face off against the Washington Wizards (15-61, 14th in the Eastern Conference) at home on Wednesday at 7 p.m. EDT. The FANDUEL SPORTSBOOK NBA LINE has the Lakers as 13-point favorites with an over/under set at 234.5 points.

The Wizards have struggled on the road with a 7-31 record and have only won 4 games against teams over .500. On the other hand, the Lakers have a solid home record of 26-9 and are currently leading the Western Conference in scoring with 16.7 fast break points per game, led by LeBron James, who averages 5.0 fast break points.

Washington scores an average of 107.4 points per game, which is about 8 fewer points than what they give up to their opponents, while the Lakers make an average of about 9 fewer three-pointers per game than they allow their opponents to make.

This will be the second matchup between these two teams this season, with the Lakers winning the last game in overtime 134-131 on March 1st. Anthony Davis led the way for the Lakers in that game with a standout performance of scoring an impressive amount of points with just one dunk and no midrange jumpers or threes from beyond three feet out on four attempts from downtown range, while Jordan Poole led for Washington by making some key shots late in regulation time to lead them back into contention before it was too late as Anthony Davis hit a buzzer beater to win it for Los Angeles after coming back down by six points during crunch time but then making some big plays down stretch to pull out victory over Washington despite having several injuries affecting both teams’ lineups including Dwayne Dedmon being out due to personal reasons for Washington and Kyle Kuzma being injured for LA as well as Richaun Holmes also being absent for DC along with Christian Wood and Jarred Vanderbilt for LA due to injuries

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