Best NBA Parlay Picks Today, Sunday 3/24: 3-Leg Parlay at mega +832 odds – Look out for the Warriors

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Long-time NBA fan, following the game closely for 21 years now. Joined the Pickswise writing staff for the 2020-21 season and have given out winning picks since. Hopefully we can make some money together! Oh, and I firmly believe Lebron James is not one of the two best basketball players of all time. Yeah, I said it. For Filip Tomic media enquiries, please email
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We’re getting close to the finish line of the NBA regular season and Sunday brings us an exciting 6-game slate, starting as early as 3:00 pm ET. NBA TV will have a tasty double-header beginning at 7:00 pm as the Thunder and Bucks clash in Milwaukee. The Pacers and Lakers wrap up the day at 10 pm ET from Arena. I have opted for 3 teams in my NBA mega parlay; continue reading below to see who made the cut.

Make 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!

GS Warriors ML (+130)

OKC Thunder ML (+116)

IND Pacers +4 (-114)

NBA mega parlay odds: +832

GS Warriors ML over MIN Timberwolves (+130)

Health is one of the main reasons why I’m picking the Warriors. The banged-up Timberwolves have Rudy Gobert and Anthony Edwards both on the injury report, with question marks over Naz Reid’s status as well. Karl-Anthony Towns has been out for a while now, this team has had to improvise on the offensive end ever since that injury to KAT happened.

Ant-Man has been spectacular at times in the month of March, but every now and then he will struggle carrying the team on his back. Minnesota is 2-5 ATS in their last 7 home games, even the oddsmakers aren’t as confident in them wining — as the spread is only at 2.5 points. Golden State is hoping to avoid the season sweep, something that hasn’t happened since the 1997-98 season. The Dubs are 8-4 ATS in their last 12 against West teams and 5-1 ATS in their last 6 against Northwest Division opponents. I’ll take Steph Curry and company to pull off the upset.

OKC Thunder ML over MIL Bucks (+116)

Similarly to our Golden State pick, the Thunder will also be relying on health to beat the Milwaukee Bucks on the road. The Bucks currently have both Giannis Antetokounmpo and Khris Middleton on the injury report. There is a chance both of them will play, however their hamstring and ankle injuries mean they won’t be at 100%. In games played without Giannis, Milwaukee is only 3-2 SU this season.

That’s great news for a hungry Thunder side that is on a run of 6 wins in 7 games against Eastern Conference opponents. They’re also 7-1 SU in their last 8 overall and 4-1 SU in their last 5 on the road. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander is also building up his MVP case, if the Thunder can wrap up the #1 seed that would certainly help his campaign. Although they are on a 5-game home winning streak, the Bucks haven’t been convincing in games played at the Fiserv Forum this season — going just 16-19 ATS. I think the Thunder are worth a bet as road underdogs.

IND Pacers +4 over LA Lakers (-114)

Tyrese Haliburton appears to be finally turning the corner with his 3-point shooting. He went 4-for-8 from downtown in the Pacers win over Golden State the other day; it was the first time in over a month he shot that well from deep. The good news is that Indiana has been able to stay afloat during that stretch; it is 5-2 SU/ATS in its last 7 games and has covered the spread in 5 straight away from home.

I’m more in favor of backing Indiana. The Lakers have been suspect on defense for quite a while now, which has resulted in losses to Golden State and Sacramento in 2 of their last 4 games. They have been a bottom 5 team in defensive efficiency over their last 15 games played. The Pacers will be hungry to get revenge for the in-season tournament final loss in December. I say we back them to cover as road underdogs.

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