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Adam Taylor returns this Wednesday with a three-team parlay, and two same-game parlays to get you over the mid-week blues with tonight's NBA action!
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NBA Parlay Picks For Wednesday: Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Milwaukee Bucks, Jazz vs. Suns, and More

Wednesday's NBA Parlay

NBA Parlay Odds: +198: (Bet $100 to Win $198)

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NBA Parlay Breakdown

The Los Angeles Clippers completed a memorable comeback against the Washington Wizards last night and will be hoping to carry that momentum into tonight's game against the Orlando Magic. Sure, the Magic aren't having the best of times right now, but the Clippers are incredibly short-handed and are on the second night of a back-to-back, which does make a difference in terms of fitness. With their win against the Wizards, the Clippers moved to 24-25 on the season and notched their sixth win of January. Orlando, on the other hand, has won just 9 games all season but did manage to grab a victory in their last game, running out victorious against the Chicago Bulls. Both teams are missing a string of players, including their top-2 guys, so we can expect this contest to be a dog fight. It's tough to pick a winner here, but I think the Clippers just edge the win, primarily due to their veteran talent compared to the Magic's youthful contingent. Of course, I always like to give us a little wiggle room, so will be allowing Orlando a 10.5-point head start to even the playing field.

Next up, we're backing the Milwaukee Bucks to take care of business against an impressive Cleveland Cavaliers team. However, we have to acknowledge the fact that some of Milwaukee's potential success relies on Giannis Antetokounmpo being available for tonight's game - he's currently listed as probable. Of course, the Bucks are also without Grayson Allen, Wesley Matthews, and Brook Lopez. Luckily for the current NBA champions, their opponents are also missing some key names in Jarrett Allen (questionable), Lauri Markkanen, Ricky Rubio, and Collin Sexton. But, I think we can all agree that as long as the Cavaliers can call upon Darius Garland and Evan Mobley, they will be competitive more often than not. Over the last two weeks, the Cavaliers have won 6 of their 7 games, and continue to be one of the best defensive teams in the NBA, while the Bucks have won 4 of their last 6 games and looked like a well-rounded unit. I don't think this game is as close as the numbers would suggest - we've got to remember the Bucks haven't been healthy all season - but I do think there's the potential for an upset. As such, I'm backing the Cavaliers on a +11 spread, which should get us over this hurdle regardless of whether Giannis plays or not.

The final game in this 3-legged parlay is between the New York Knicks and Miami Heat, and yes, we're expecting the Heat to snag a win here. In terms of injury concerns, the Knicks will be sweating on big man duo Nerlens Noel and Mitchell Robinson who are both questionable to start the day, and if neither can participate, Bam Adebayo is likely to have a field day around the rim. Furthermore, neither team will have their first-choice point guard for this game, with both Kyle Lowry and Derrick Rose out injured - but Kemba Walker will be a big boost for the Knicks tonight. The thing is, even without their starting guard, the Heat are a fearsome opponent who is on a good run of form, winning 5 of their last 7 games. We can't say the same for the Knicks, who have been disappointing all season and have been one of the league's worst offensive teams over the last 2 weeks. I can't envision New York getting luck tonight, Miami is simply too disciplined in their performances for me to see a slippage. But, we're giving the Knicks an 8-point head start, which should go some way to getting us over the finish line with this parlay.

Atlanta Hawks vs. Sacramento Kings Same-Game Parlay

  • Kings +15
  • Over 231.5 Points
  • Odds: +135

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For the Sacramento Kings, tonight's game has to be about pride after they got dismantled by the Boston Celtics last night - with the team trailing by 60 points at one point in the contest. To make matters worse for the Kings, they're facing the Atlanta Hawks tonight, who is another team capable of putting up points in a hurry - yet, they're a far poorer defensive team than the Celtics. The Hawks look to have their primary rotations available, except maybe De'Andre Hunter, while the Kings will again be sweating on De'Aaron Fox being cleared to play. This game is going to be a shootout, as neither team is solid defensively, and with that being said, the Hawks have the better offensive players - by quite a distance. For reference, the Kings rank 29th in defensive rating for the season while the Hawks reside in 28th, yet the Hawks currently sit 2nd in offensive rating while the Kings are 24th. I've tried to cover our bases as much as possible by giving the Kings a +15-point head start, but judging by their performance last night, and factoring in the tired legs on the second night of a back-to-back, that may not be enough.

Hawks vs. Kings Line Movement

Utah Jazz vs. Phoenix Suns Same-Game Parlay

  • Jazz +6
  • Devin Booker Under 28.5 Points
  • Devin Booker Over 2.5 Three's
  • Odds: +476

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The Phoenix Suns are without Deandre Ayton, Javale McGee, Cameron Payne, and Jae Crowder. Why? Because the Suns are incredibly short on big men, meaning their rim deterrence is going to be minimal. Of course, Utah's task isn't easy either, with their two star players (Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell) both out for tonight's game. Coaching is going to play a big part in who wins tonight's contest, and the Jazz will be wishing their stars were available - especially due to how shaky the Suns' rotation looks right now. Alas, the Suns are my favorites for tonight's game, as Devin Booker will likely excel against a Jazz team that's currently looking overly reliant on their star duo.

This is the second meeting of the season between these two teams, and the Suns should take their record to 2-0 on the season. Don't get me wrong, I'm not expecting a blowout tonight, I think the game will be close, but that's what hurts Utah because neither of their closers is going to be in the game. A +6-point spread should get us there or thereabouts, while I feel extremely good about Booker in our player props, predominantly because I expect him to score plenty, but also for Mike Conley to limit him below 30-points.

Jazz vs. Suns Line Movement

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Adam has been covering the Boston Celtics since 2015 but has been an NBA fan since 1994. Never one to get too high, or too low, Adam likes to blend video and stats together for a clearer picture of the NBA game.

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