Best NBA Parlay Picks Today, Wednesday 2/28: 3-Leg Parlay at mega +703 odds - Cavaliers look to build momentum

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Like most Lithuanians, I started watching basketball from the age of six. I'm based out in London and played basketball at the University of Lincoln here in the UK. I had always had an interest in the NBA but things really took off in the summer of 2010. That year Linas Kleiza led Lithuania to 3rd place at the World Championships and signed with the Toronto Raptors to replace the departing Chris Bosh. I've been a Raptors fan since that day and I've not missed a game since. I've been handicapping games for more than a decade, specializing in player props. For Germantas Kneita media enquiries, please email
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There are just 6 games on the NBA slate tonight. Nonetheless, there are still great games for us to enjoy. Out west we will see a showdown between 2 triple-double machines, as Domantas Sabonis and the Sacramento Kings take on the Denver Nuggets and Nikola Jokic. That will be followed by the battle of Los Angeles, as the Clippers clash with the Lakers — which could produce yet another classic.

You can also read our NBA predictions for Wednesday’s action, but for now let’s get into my NBA mega parlay.

Raptors ML (+125)

Cavaliers -4.5 (-115)

Pelicans vs Pacers Over 239.5 (-110)

NBA parlay odds: +703

Toronto Raptors ML over Dallas Mavericks (+125)

The Toronto Raptors find themselves on a roll, having won 3 straight games. They will have a great chance to extend that tonight against a Dallas Mavericks team that has lost its last 2 and will be on the second night of a back-to-back. The visitors have a 5-4 record in such games this season. Over the last 5 games Toronto is 10th in offensive rating. The play of Scottie Barnes and Immanuel Quickley has stood out. The pair should match up well against Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving. The Raptors also have Bruce Brown coming off the bench and he should be well positioned to slow down the Mavericks’ star pair. Over the last 5 games the Raptors are 5th in the league in pace and 1st in fast-break points per game. Expect them to be effective attacking in transition once again at the expense of a fatigued opponent. I’m backing them to pull off an upset.

Cleveland Cavaliers -4.5 over Chicago Bulls (-115)

Both of these teams were in action last night, with varying results. The Cavaliers used a late run and a brilliant Max Strus buzzer-beater to overcome the Mavericks. The Bulls, on the other hand, fell at the hands of the lowly Detroit Pistons. The Cavaliers are a very impressive 18-9 on the road this season and should have a great chance of further improving on that tonight. The visitors have been immense offensively of late, ranking 4th in offensive rating over the last 10 games. It is something that DeMar DeRozan and company will likely have issues matching, especially without the firepower of Zach LaVine. Coby White seems to have cooled down, too, averaging 15.3 points per game over the last week. Over the last 10 games the Bulls have also struggled from the perimeter, ranking 25th in 3-point percentage. With the offensive arsenal in the Cavaliers’ possession and Evan Mobley and Jarrett Allen crowding the paint, I can only see one outcome tonight.

New Orleans Pelicans vs Indiana Pacers Over 239.5 (-110)

Over the last 10 games the Indiana Pacers have continued to get up and down the court, ranking 5th in the league in pace. While the Pelicans do not rank anywhere near as high in that category, they should embrace an up-tempo game tonight. After all, during that stretch they are 9th in the league in fast-break points per game. They have terrific athletes Zion Williamson, Herbert Jones and Try Murphy III, who should thrive attacking the rim against Indiana. While Myles Turner is a good shot blocker, helping on drives should leave Pelicans big man Jonas Valanciunas to dominate the offensive glass. The visitors are 4th in second-chance points per game during that same stretch. With the home team also in the bottom 10 in the league in defensive rating, but 5th offensively, the sheer number of possessions should allow the over to hit.

Don’t miss our Lakers vs Clippers Same Game Parlay for the Battle of Los Angeles at +420 odds

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