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Best NBA Parlays for 4/3/2022

Best NBA Parlays
April 3, 2022 9:00 pm EDT

It’s a solid slate of NBA games on Sunday with 12 games taking place and that means plenty of value for winning parlays. Let’s take a look at a couple of NBA parlays to make your Sunday a profitable one. 

Minnesota Timberwolves, Houston Rockets over 243 -110 / New Orleans Pelicans +2.5 -110 / Detroit Pistons +2 -110 // $10 bet pays $59.58

The Minnesota Timberwolves are a team that can score, but their defense has been an issue and it’s going to be the case again in this game. In the last game the Timberwolves beat the Denver Nuggets 136-130. I expect the Timberwolves will get over that 136 number again, but their defense will struggle. This game is going to go way over 243 and is a perfect bet for the first leg of this parlay. 

There is no doubt the Los Angeles Clippers are better with Paul George, but the New Orleans Pelicans are still overlooked with this number. The Pelicans have won three games in a row including two games over the Lakers. CJ MCCollum is coming off a game where he scored 32 points, and he is going to have another strong offensive game against the Clippers. Back the Pelicans getting a couple of points. 

Not often is a play strong just based on one trend, but that is the case with the Detroit Pistons going against the Indiana Pacers. The Pistons have covered 17 games in a row as underdogs against the Eastern Conference. The Pistons have been playing better basketball as of late and they will cover this small number.

Orlando Magic ML +155 / Sacramento Kings ML +215 / New Orleans Pelicans +2.5 -110 // $10 bet pays $143.35

This is a little longer shot parlay, but there is still great value. The New York Knicks lost by 18 points to a banged up Cleveland Cavaliers team at home on Saturday and now they travel down to Orlando for this game. I just don’t trust the Knicks offense and that is something the Magic will take advantage of. Back the Magic on the money line. 

The Golden State Warriors had quite the comeback on Saturday against the Utah Jazz, but this is a letdown spot against the Sacramento Kings. The Warriors have lost four straight games as favorites. The Kings will take advantage of the tired legs and come away with the victory. 

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