Best NBA Parlay Picks Today, Sunday 4/7: 3-Leg Parlay at mega +1175 odds – Bulls hold firm grip on 9th seed

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We are getting close to the finish line of the NBA regular season. Sunday brings us a full slate of 13 games and I’m here for it. I’ve done my thorough analysis and settled for a 3-team NBA Mega Parlay. Continue reading below to see which teams I’ve opted for.

Head over to our NBA picks page for predictions on the side and total for Sunday’s games.

Now let’s dive into my bet!

CHI Bulls ML (+250)

PHX Suns -6.5 (-110)

LA Lakers -3 (-110)

Parlay odds: +1175

CHI Bulls ML (+250)

To start off the parlay I have the Chicago Bulls beating the Orlando Magic. Orlando did win all 3 meetings so far this season, but the games were decided by just 2, 6 and 6 points with the most recent meeting going into overtime. The Magic haven’t swept a regular season series vs Chicago since the 2007-08 season and after Friday’s loss to the 19-58 Charlotte Hornets I am not trusting them to do so here.

Chicago has been very solid lately beating 3 playoff bound teams (Knicks, Timberwolves and Pacers) in their last 5 games. Plus, they are a very solid 20-17 ATS in road games this season which is pretty solid for a team that’s dealt with injury issues all year long. DeMar DeRozan is in the top 10 for clutch player of the year award, if this one goes down the wire I am comfortable with the ball being in his hands. Chicago has covered in 9 of 12 vs Southeast Division teams, I say we back them to pull off the upset here.

PHX Suns -6.5 (-110)

All the positive things the Pelicans did in March are being erased with their current 1-5 SU/ATS run over the last 6 games. Brandon Ingram is not yet back from his knee injury, Zion Williamson’s status is still up in the air after he missed the game against San Antonio which the Pels lost 111-109 despite being 11.5 point favorite before tip-off.

The Suns are once again catching fire, just at the right time as they’ve won their last 3 games. One of those games were against the Pelicans earlier this week, a 124-111 triumph on the road in NOLA. Now, the two teams wrap up their season series in Phoenix, the Suns are 6-2 ATS in the last 8 meetings at the Footprint Center. They are also the healthier team here, and they have Devin Booker who is on a streak of 3 straight 50+ point games against this team. The margin of victory in the 2 meetings earlier this season was 14 and 13 points. I’ll take the home team to cover here.

LA Lakers -3 (-110)

It’s a quick turnaround for the Lakers, who played the early tip-off on Saturday against the Cleveland Cavaliers. LeBron’s old team didn’t stand much of a chance as the Lakers won their 4th game in a row 116-97. James finished with his usual 24 points and 12 assists, Anthony Davis added 22 and 13 rebounds, while D’Angelo Russell had a team high 28, including 6 threes.

With 9 wins in 10 games the Lakers are one of the hotter teams in the league, they have their eyes set on that 6th seed which would give them the OKC Thunder in the first round of the postseason, an inexperienced postseason team they’ve dominated during this regular season. Backing teams playing on back-to-backs might not be the most popular bet, however I really like the Lakers’ chances here. They’re 8-6 SU in this scenario for the season and currently on a 6-game win streak in games with no rest. Minnesota has covered just once in the last 5 head-to-head meetings. Take the Lakers at home.

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