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NBA expert Adam Taylor is back with another 3-team parlay and two same-game parlay's to get you over the mid-week blues.

NBA Parlay Picks For Wednesday: Boston Celtics vs. Charlotte Hornets, Jazz vs. Nuggets, and More

Wednesday's NBA Parlay

NBA Parlay Odds: +200: (Bet $100 to Win $200)

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NBA Parlay Breakdown

At the end of last season, the New York Knicks looked like a franchise that was finally ready to embrace their potential. They had a coach of the year candidate, and Julius Randle looked unstoppable whenever he touched the rock, fast forward to this season, and people everywhere are scratching their heads, wondering what went wrong. On the flip side, the Memphis Grizzlies are this year's surprise package and have been one of the most entertaining stories in the NBA this season. Now, as these two teams face off against each other tonight, we're left with a decision to make: do we think the Knicks are better than what they've shown thus far, or will they crumble against a Grizzlies team that's full of confidence and momentum? My money is on the latter, regardless of Dillion Brooks' continued absence from the rotation. Truthfully, I think the Knicks are a better team than they've shown this season, and perhaps the expectations of last year's success have weighed heavy on them, but tonight isn't when we see them turn things around. Memphis are too good, deep, and hungry for them to roll over and let the Knicks steal a win. As such, I'm expecting a Grizzlies win, but will give the Knicks a +9 head start, just in case they decide to play up to their potential.

Unlike the Knicks, the Sacramento Kings are exactly what you see - a poorly constructed roster battling for their first post-season appearance in over a decade. Unfortunately for Kings fans, they face the Brooklyn Nets tonight, and while Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving are both possibly missing from the contest, I can envision the Kings getting much out of this contest. I mean, the Kings have lost their last 7 games, sit 22nd in offensive rating, and 29th in defensive rating - the playoffs look like a pipe dream at the moment. The Nets, while inconsistent, are at least winning some of their games and currently hold a 29-21 record along with a 6th placed offense. While the Nets may be short-handed tonight, I still see them grabbing a victory against a struggling Sacramento team, which is why I've leaned on the Kings with a +11 spread, as that's the best value I could find when comparing these two teams heading into tonight's game - and for what it's worth, if the Nets were at full strength, this would have been a straight money line addition to the parlay.

Finally, we have the Denver Nuggets against the Utah Jazz. Usually, with the number of long-term injuries they have, I would not give the Nuggets a chance in this game, yet Utah is currently dealing with the losses of Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell, leaving them vulnerable against high-level competition. Furthermore, Hassan Whiteside is questionable for this game, and should he not be deemed fit enough to participate, the Jazz is going to have a torrid time trying to protect the rim. The Nuggets, on the other hand, are used to playing short-handed, as they've been doing it all season, yet it's crazy to think a duo of Aaron Gordon and Nikola Jokic is considered short-handed - that's how good this team will be when at full strength. I have the Nuggets on a +6-spread because whenever a team like Utah is down its two best players, some of their younger pieces tend to seize the moment and force larger roles for themselves within the rotation. Honestly, due to Utah's primary two guys being on the injury list, I have the Nuggets winning this game, but wanted to hedge my bets and give us the best opportunity of completing this parlay.

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Boston Celtics vs. Charlotte Hornets Same-Game Parlay

  • Celtics Moneyline
  • Jayson Tatum Over 27.5 Points
  • Jaylen Brown Under 26.5 Points
  • Odds: +386

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Another day, another opportunity for the Boston Celtics to hurt our parlay's - yes, I'm a little bitter. Still, the Celtics seem to be building some momentum heading into the All-Star break, and I want to capitalize on that as much as possible. In recent weeks, Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown have been on a scoring tear, both having 30/40/50 point nights while dictating play with their ever-improving playmaking ability. However, the Charlotte Hornets are a tough opponent, sure their defense is horrid, but their offensive firepower is a serious threat that the Celtics will need to be aware of heading into tonight's game. Boston's job has been made easier by Gordon Hayward's absence from tonight's game, yet it's LaMelo Ball who hurt them a few weeks back when the Hornets left with the W. While I do think the Hornets pose a serious threat to the Celtics, I like Boston's chances of shutting Charlotte down, this is the 4th best defensive team in the league, after all. I felt that with the two player props in this parlay, it made sense to back Boston on the money line, and to be honest, feel extremely confident heading into tonight's game.

Celtics vs. Hornets Line Movement

Los Angeles Lakers vs. Portland Trail Blazers Same-Game Parlay

  • Trail Blazers +8
  • Over 222.5 Points
  • Odds: +171

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The Los Angeles Lakers are slowly edging back to full-strength again, with LeBron James upgraded from "out" to "doubtful" for tonight's clash against the Portland Trail Blazers. Portland, however, is still missing Damian Lillard, Nassir Little, Larry Nance Jr., and Cody Zeller while questions remain about the fitness of Jusuf Nurkic. The downside to today's injury report is that we won't get to witness LeBron James and Damian Lillard going toe-to-toe and that's always an enjoyable escapade. But, it does give us some clarity on who we think should be winning tonight's contest, newsflash, it's the Lakers. When both teams are missing some of their best players, numbers and standings don't hold much value, but the depth of a team's bench becomes paramount to their chances of success. And that's where Los Angeles has the Trail Blazers beat, while aging, Dwight Howard, Carmelo Anthony, Trevor Ariza, and co. are all proven veterans that know what it takes to grind out a win, which is why I have the Blazers needing a +8-point spread for me to consider this game being competitive.

Lakers vs. Blazers 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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