NBA Saturday parlay at mega (+923) odds, today 1/28: Damian Lillard is red hot
We are tipping off the NBA weekend with a huge 11-game slate on Saturday. It is headlined by a double-header on ABC, which begins with Brooklyn hosting New York before the Lakers pay a visit to Boston. Denver, Philadelphia, Phoenix and Dallas are also taking the court.
Here is a look at Saturday’s mega parlay.
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Knicks ML (+106)
Wizards ML (+160)
Trail Blazers -4.5 (-110)
Parlay odds: +923
For this parlay we are going with 2 underdogs on the money line and 1 favorite against the spread. Let’s break down each of the 3 legs.
New York Knicks ML over Brooklyn Nets (+106)
The Nets are still missing Kevin Durant (knee); both Seth Curry and Ben Simmons are questionable (also dealing with knee injuries). TJ Warren is doubtful with…you guessed it…a knee problem. Brooklyn could be very undermanned for this contest and New York should be able to take advantage. The Knicks pulled off an upset at Boston 120-117 on Thursday, with Julius Randle delivering 37 points. Randle also scored 36 in Tuesday’s defeat of Cleveland and he is averaging 27.1 ppg to go along with 14.1 rpg in January. The Nets are 2-6 SU overall and 0-3 SU at home since Durant last played on January 8.
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Washington Wizards ML over New Orleans Pelicans (+160)
Brandon Ingram is back for the Pelicans, but it’s safe to say that his first appearance since November 25 was an unmitigated disaster. Ingram, who missed 29 games because of a toe injury, was 4-for-18 from the floor and 0-for-6 from three-point range during a 111-102 loss to Minnesota on Wednesday. Zion Williamson is still out with a hamstring issue, so Ingram will have to raise his level in a hurry if the Pelicans want to beat the Wizards on Saturday. Washington may be without Kristaps Porzingis and it traded Rui Hachimura to the Lakers earlier this week, but Kyle Kuzma is picking up the slack. Kuzma has scored 30 and 33 points over the past two games and at least 25 in four straight – all wins for the Wizards.
Portland Trail Blazers -4.5 over Toronto Raptors (-110)
It’s the second game of a back-to-back situation for the Raptors, who lost to the Warriors 129-117 on Friday. Toronto allowed the defending NBA champs to shoot 55.6 percent from the floor. It’s hard to win games with that type of defensive effort and that certainly won’t get the job done against Damian Lillard and the Trail Blazers. Portland has put up 134 and 147 points in its past two outings. Lillard is coming off a 60-point performance against Utah, so his confidence could not be any higher right now. The Raptors are 5-14 SU in their last 19 trips to the Moda Center and another setback – possibly by a wide margin – is likely in the cards.
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