Best NBA parlay picks today, Saturday 11/11, 3-leg parlay at mega +833 odds: Heat catch Hawks by surprise
The weekend is finally here and to start things off the NBA is treating us with 4 more spectacular games. Last Saturday I was able to cash a +935 odds NBA mega parlay, so I’m hoping for a repeat winner here. After some in-depth analysis, I’ve opted for 3 teams from tonight’s 4-game slate, continue reading below to see the picks!
Head over to our NBA predictions for picks on all of today’s games. Let’s dive into it now!
Milwaukee Bucks -3.5 (-110)
Miami Heat ML (+154)
Golden State Warriors -4 (-108)
Parlay odds: +833
Milwaukee Bucks -3.5 over Orlando Magic (-110)
Our mega parlay starts off in Orlando, where we have the Milwaukee Bucks coming to town as 3.5-point favorites. They’ll be looking to bounce back from a 2-point loss in Indiana, where Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 54 points and had 12 rebounds. One of the reasons for his huge scoring night was the absence of Damian Lillard, but according to the latest reports he should be back for tonight’s game. Orlando has also been hit by the injury bug lately and Gary Harris, Jonathan Isaac and Markelle Fultz could all miss this game.
Playing a team like the Magic, who are on a 2-game slide, is exactly what the Bucks need right now. They’ve won 10 games in a row against them, so maybe the defensive struggles they’ve had to start the season can go under the radar a bit. Milwaukee is also on a 11-game win streak in games played at Amway Center, and taking into account all the injuries the Magic have, I believe all those streaks will continue in tonight’s game.
Miami Heat ML over Atlanta Hawks (+154)
For a bit of an odds boost I have the Miami Heat beating their division rivals the Atlanta Hawks on the road. The Hawks have exceeded expectations with their 5-3 start to the season, but they’re facing a Miami team that has beaten them 8 times in the last 11 head-to-head meetings. The Heat are finally catching some consistency with 3 wins in a row, they’ll be a little bit deflated with the news of Tyler Herro injuring his ankle, but if there’s one thing we’ve seen this team do over the years it’s their ability to replace injured players.
There’s also the revenge factor on the minds of the Heat players. Atlanta beat Miami in the play-in game last season, and that should be enough motivation for Jimmy Butler and co. to play with a chip on their shoulder in this game. Butler is averaging 26.4 points per game in the last 5 meetings, he will also have the tough task of trying to guard Trae Young. If there’s one player I’d be willing to trust in this scenario, it’s Butler. I’ll take Miami to win in Atlanta.
Golden State Warriors -4 over Cleveland Cavaliers (-108)
The Cavs are coming off an 8-point loss to OKC as they try to sweep the regular-season series against the Warriors. That will be difficult to do as they’ve not won at Chase Center in their last 11 visits. They beat the Warriors last Sunday in Cleveland, which ended a 16-game losing streak in head-to-head meetings. At just 2-2 SU and covering the spread only once in 4 attempts on the road, I’m not feeling too optimistic for the Cavs ahead of tonight’s game.
Steph Curry and the Warriors come back home following a 4-game road trip, eager to get back on the winning track following a tough loss at Denver. Curry in particular has been amazing against Cleveland in his last 5 home games, averaging over 35 points per game and shooting over 55% from the field, plus better than 56% from downtown. He has also made an average of 7 threes in those games, and if he gets it going early the Cavaliers will be in trouble.
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