Best NBA Parlay Picks Today, Wednesday 4/10: 3-Leg Parlay at mega +615 odds - Denver claims the West

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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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The Western Conference winners could very well be decided tonight. The Denver Nuggets and Minnesota Timberwolves are currently tied at the top of the standings. They have been incredibly impressive throughout the season and it would not be a shock to see both teams in the Western Conference Finals. That means that home-court advantage could be on the line tonight. We have a pick from that game as part of tonight’s NBA mega parlay at +615 odds. You can check out all of our NBA picks for today’s games, but for now, let’s dive into my Wednesday NBA parlay picks.

Raptors +10 (-112)

Bucks ML (-104)

Nuggets -6 (-108)

NBA parlay odds: +615

Toronto Raptors +10 over Brooklyn Nets (-112)

There is absolutely nothing in the recent play of the Brooklyn Nets that warrants them being 10-point favorites against any team in the NBA. They are taking on a Raptors team they beat by 8 points at the end of March. However, this time the visitors will likely have both Immanuel Quickley and RJ Barrett in the fold. These should be major reinforcements for their offense. The Raptors are taking on a squad that managed just 77 points in their last outing against the Sacramento Kings. Over the last 10 games, the Nets are 19th in defensive rating and 23rd in offensive rating. These are hardly stats that scream that the team is due a dominant performance anytime soon. Those more brave could even consider the Raptors on the money line here, as I don’t believe there is much between these teams.

See our Timberwolves vs Nuggets Same Game Parlay for today’s huge matchup on ESPN

Milwaukee Bucks ML over Orlando Magic (-104)

Both of these teams are likely to be without key players tonight, with Giannis Antetokounmpo and Franz Wagner looking set to sit out. That will leave the Milwaukee Bucks to rely on Damian Lillard for offense. Luckily for them, the Magic have just been pummelled by Fred VanVleet for 37 points. Lillard should enjoy similar success here. It also helps the Bucks that Magic star Paolo Banchero has been struggling for efficiency lately. This month he has seen his shooting percentages drop to 40.5% from the field and 23.1% from field-goal range. He should be one of the beneficiaries of a larger offensive workload due to Wagner’s absence, but he seems unlikely to make the most of it here. The Bucks should be able to come out on top.

Denver Nuggets -6 over Minnesota Timberwolves (-108)

I am expecting the Denver Nuggets to showcase tonight why they are the best team in the Western Conference. With Jamal Murray back in the fold, they are back to nearly a healthy roster. There is a chance Aaron Gordon returns to the floor too tonight. Both teams are on the second night of a back-to-back here, but the Nuggets made much lighter work of the Utah Jazz. The Minnesota Timberwolves had to fight back against the Washington Wizards, only taking the lead at the end of the 3rd quarter and requiring a 51-point effort from Anthony Edwards. It will be interesting to see how much he has left in the tank tonight. The Nuggets have the best home record in their conference and are 5th in offensive rating over the last 10 games, despite Murray missing chunks of it. With him back, look for them to dominate.

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