Best NBA Parlay Picks Today, Sunday 3/10: 3-Leg Parlay at mega +1113 odds – Lakers win back-to-back games

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There will be no lack of excitement on Sunday as we close yet another week in the NBA season. A total of 18 teams will hit the hardwood and I’ve prepared a tasty NBA Mega Parlay at +1113 odds. The Lakers made it into the bet, but who are the other two teams? Find out below!

Also, be sure to visit our NBA picks page for predictions on the side and total for Sunday’s action.

Now let’s dive into my bet!

SAC Kings -6.5 (-108)

ATL Hawks ML (+230)

LA Lakers -1 (-110)

Parlay odds: +1113

SAC Kings -6.5 over HOU Rockets (-108)

After seeing the Phoenix Suns lose last night, the Sacramento Kings have a chance to grab hold of the 6th seed with a victory here, so I’m expecting a serious approach to tonight’s game. The Rockets actually beat them in both meetings earlier this season, back in early November at Toyota Center. However, if we look at the last 10 meetings the Kings still have the edge at 7-3 SU. When they’re the favorites, the Kings usually win this season, they are 26-15 SU in that scenario.

Houston’s home form is what’s costing them a playoff spot this year – they’re just 7-24 SU in road games, plus they’ve covered just 12 times in those 31 games played. They’ve also struggled in games played at Sacramento, covering the spread just once in 5 visits. De’Aaron Fox will be a handful to stop, he just had 44 and 33 points in the 2 wins over the Lakers and Spurs. Alperen Sengun normally dominates opposing centers, but standing in his way here will be the triple-double machine Domantas Sabonis. Kings should be winning this one and covering at home.

ATL Hawks ML over NO Pelicans (+230)

Normally when a team loses their best player it results in a significant drop-off in the level of play on both ends, but this hasn’t been the case with recent Atlanta Hawks games. Trae Young has been out for a while now, but the Hawks have put together one of the better runs over the last 7 games winning 5 of them. They’re also on a run of 3 consecutive wins over the Kings, Cavaliers and Grizzlies.

In head-to-head meetings vs the Pelicans, Atlanta is 8-2 SU in the last 10 games. These two teams met in early November, with the Hawks coming out on top 123-105 with a total of 7 players scoring in double-figures. A total team effort similar to that would do wonders for them in tonight’s game, Dejounte Murray has done his best to carry the scoring load in Young’s absence, he just put up 41 in the win over Memphis. The Pels are on a solid run of 4 wins in 5 games, but this team is known to disappoint when the odds are stacked in their favor. They’re just 3-9 ATS in the last 12 meetings with Atlanta and 1-4 ATS in their last 5 visits to State Farm Arena. Let’s go for an upset home win here.

LA Lakers -1 over MIN Timberwolves (-110)

LeBron James enjoyed himself on the sidelines during the Lakers 123-122 win over the Milwaukee Bucks on Friday. The King is expected back in the line-up as LA takes on the 2nd seeded Timberwolves who are coming off a tough OT loss at Cleveland. Having lost both meetings so far this season, there will be no lack of motivation for the LA players here, especially for former Timberwolf D’Angelo Russell who is averaging just 11 points in those 2 games. He just had a 44-point explosion against the Bucks which ties the 2nd highest point total of his career.

It’s a long flight from Cleveland to LA, Anthony Edwards and co. had a lot of time to process their OT loss to the Cavs. They struggled heavily on offense, dare we say they’re already feeling the absence of Karl-Anthony Towns? Ant Man went just 7-for-27 in that game, I’m curious to see if he can bounce back here as the Lakers focus on slowing him down. LA enters the game with 6 wins in 8 home games, plus they’re 7-3 ATS in their last 10 vs Northwest Division opponents. A win here keeps them 9th in the standings, regardless of the result in the Warriors game. I’m backing LeBron and co. to get the job done here

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