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Adam Taylor brings you another three-team parlay and two single-game parlays, as we approach the All-Star break.

NBA Parlay Picks For Wednesday: Boston Celtics vs. Detroit Pistons, Warriors vs. Nuggets, and More

Wednesday's Parlay Picks

Odds: +399 (Bet $100 to win $399)

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NBA Parlay Breakdown

The Sacramento Kings came tumbling back to earth earlier this week, as they lost their first game of the Domantas Sabonis era. But, that doesn't take away from the improvements their front office made around the trade deadline. Still, the Kings have another difficult task tonight, as they face off against the Chicago Bulls, who are more than used to facing Sabonis from his time with the Indiana Pacers. Of course, the Bulls are far from full strength right now, missing Lonzo Ball, Alex Caruso. Zach LaVine, Patrick Williams, and potentially Javonte Green. Still, DeMar DeRozan and Nikola Vucevic are solid pillars to center your role players around. The Kings, on the other hand, are pretty much at full strength but will need to solve some of their defensive issues if they want to come away from tonight's game with a win. In terms of form, Chicago has won 5 of their last 8 games, while the Kings have won 4 of their last 7. The difference is that the Bulls have been one of the better teams on offense and defense during that stretch, while the Kings have been a middling unit all season. This game will be close, mainly due to the Bulls' lack of depth, but I can still see the Eastern Conference unit snagging the win. I'm expecting Chicago to win by 7 or more tonight as they take advantage of the Kings' lack of defensive identity.

Our next game sees the Memphis Grizzles take on the freefalling Portland Trail Blazers, and we should expect nothing other than a Memphis win. If we're being honest, outside of Jusuf Nurkic, the Trail Blazers don't have many high-level players who are healthy, and it's not like we're going to see Damian Lillard anytime soon. So, the fact that Portland is also missing Eric Bledsoe, Joe Ingles, Lillard, Nassir Little, Dennis Smith Jr., and Didi Louzada is just another nail in their coffin. Sure, the Grizzlies haven't submitted their injury report at the time of writing, but it's safe to say that their roster isn't going to be as hobbled as their counterparts is. When looking at the Grizzlies, they're still killing it out West, having won all of their 6 games over the last two weeks, and in what is a testament to their roster construction, the Grizzlies are also 5th in offense and 7th in defense on the season. There's something about Memphis right now, and it's captivating. I can't look past Ja Morant and co. for tonight's game, and fully expect them to take care of business against the Trail Blazers, the injuries just make it an even easier game to call.

Finally, we have the Atlanta Hawks facing off against the Orlando Magic, and judging by the Hawks' recent form, this game is far from a rubber-stamped victory. Over the last two weeks, the Hawks have lost 4 of their 7 games, and have the 26th ranked defense during that time span. The Magic, on the other hand, have lost 5 of their last seven, but we expect that from them. In terms of injuries, neither team looks like they have anything new to report, but the Hawks are yet to submit their official injury report. I genuinely expect Atalanta to win tonight's game, and by a healthy margin, but Vegas has them being embroiled in a close game, and they're the experts. As such, giving the Hawks a -3-point spread gives us plenty of scope to see this parlay through, and I feel confident about the Hawks winning by a healthier margin than what we're giving them.

Boston Celtics vs. Detroit Pistons Same Game Parlay

  • Celtics Moneyline
  • Over 214 Points

Odds: +112 (Bet $100 to win $112)

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Boston Celtics vs. Detroit Pistons Line Movement

The Boston Celtics enter tonight on the second night of a back-to-back, and it's unlikely we will see Marcus Smart suit up after sustaining an ankle injury. However, Boston is coming off a statement victory against the Philadelphia 76ers, where they destroyed another Eastern Conference contender and made everybody sit up and take notice of the team's improvements.

Now, the Celtics face off against a Detroit Pistons team who will be quaking in their boots. Tonight's contest is a tale of two teams, as we have the Celtics who are now unbeaten in 9 games, going against a Pistons team that has lost all 7 of their contests over the last two weeks. It would be unfair to expect much from Detroit in tonight's match-up, especially when coming up against Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown in their current form. The only hope Detroit has is that Boston plays down to the competition, but since the turn of the year, the Celtics have been cut-throat in how their approach their games, so that's unlikely. I'm taking Boston on the money line and will be shocked if they allow the Pistons to break the 100 point mark.

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Denver Nuggets vs. Golden State Warriors Same Game Parlay

  • Denver Nuggets +9
  • Over 225.5

Odds: +213 (Bet $100 to win $213)

Denver Nuggets vs. Golden State Warriors Line Movement

If you've been following my picks all season, you will know I've been riding the Golden State Warriors come hell or high water. And no, I'm not a Warriors fan, far from it. However, I do think they once Draymond Green returns to the rotation, Golden State will be back to their former selves and will make life hard for their Western Conference counterparts. Sure, that's not going to happen today, but against a Nuggets team that's missing numerous members of its rotation, the Warriors should shake off a rocky February.

Neither team has any new injuries to report, so we know what to expect coming into the contest. In terms of form, the Warriors are a .500 team over the last two weeks, and their defense has been uncharacteristically bad, while the Nuggets have won 4 of their last 7 and rank 10th in both offense and defense over the same time period. I guess that I'm relying on Golden State's three-point shooting ability tonight, as Denver's perimeter defense isn't their strongest attribute. However, I do think that Nikola Jokic will give Golden State a ton of problems tonight, and it will be interesting to see how they deal with him. While I do think the Warriors will win tonight, I'm very aware of their recent struggles and have taken that into consideration, which has led me to backing the Nuggets on a +9-point spread, and now, I feel like I'm playing with house money for this single game parlay.

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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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