Best NBA Parlay Picks Today, Wednesday 12/6: 3-Leg Parlay at mega +2050 odds – Wemby shocks Minnesota
The NBA In-Season Tournament semifinals are set, and now we turn our attention back to the regular season with an 11-game night coming our way on Wednesday. Tonight’s NBA mega parlay is a big one at +2050 odds, and for predictions on the side and total for today’s slate, make sure you read our NBA predictions.
Cavaliers -4.5 (-110)
Spurs ML (+490)
Mavericks -9 (-110)
Cleveland Cavaliers -4.5 over Orlando Magic (-110)
At 14-6, the Orlando Magic are arguably the biggest surprise of the season so far, but I am not so convinced that they can sustain it. They just got beat by 28 points at the hands of the Brooklyn Nets, and tonight’s game will be a tricky one as the Cavaliers have had their number recently, winning 6 of the last 7 meetings. Jonathan Isaac is questionable with an ankle injury as well, while Markelle Fultz and Wendell Carter Jr. are both ruled out.
Cleveland has picked it up a little by winning 7 of their last 10 games and most of their issues this season have been because of injuries, so it’s only a matter of time they get back into the top 4 in the Eastern Conference. Donovan Mitchell hasn’t had the best of times shooting the ball towards the end of November, but in his last 2 against Orlando he dropped 43 and 34 points, so he clearly likes this matchup. The Cavs are 5-1 SU in their last 6 games against East teams and 14-6 SU in their last 20 against Southeast Division opponents. I’ll take them to cover here.
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San Antonio Spurs ML over Minnesota Timberwolves (+490)
Not much is going according to plan for the Spurs right now, who have lost 14 games in a row, but they actually hung around pretty decently in the first meeting of the season between these two teams, only to lose 117-110 back in mid-November. Anthony Edwards did play in that game, which might not be the case tonight, so why not try our luck here and back an upset win for the road team?
Edwards’ absence could have a negative effect on the defensive side of things for Minnesota, plus in order to beat San Antonio you have to put up a ton of points as they play at an extremely fast pace. Minnesota has covered the spread just once in 7 games against Western Conference opponents, so maybe that’s something to keep an eye on here. All losing streaks must come to an end at some point. Despite all the problems San Antonio has dealt with, I think they have a shot here. It is a nationally televised game and they still have Victor Wembanyama on the court, who is capable of exploding on any given night.
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Dallas Mavericks -9 over Utah Jazz (-110)
To close out this NBA mega parlay, I’m going for an easy Dallas win over the struggling Jazz. Although Utah has 3 wins in 5 games, they will be without their 2 best players here as both Lauri Markkanen and Jordan Clarkson have been ruled out. Even with them in the lineup, this is the lowest-scoring road team in the NBA by far at just 104.4 points per game. Dallas hasn’t been great on defense, but with those type of numbers, they should be able to keep the Jazz at a distance here.
The Mavs have lost 3 of 4, but that’s mainly due to injuries and the absence of Luka Doncic through personal reasons. Backing Dallas at home against Utah has been a very solid bet – the Mavs are 7-1 SU in the last 8 meetings. With the Jazz winning just 1 of their last 13 road games and not having their two best players here, I believe that backing the Mavs to cover is a no-brainer.
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