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NBA Sunday four-team mega parlay (+1377): Jazzed up for the No. 1 seed

NBA Sunday four-team mega parlay (+1377): Jazzed up for the No. 1 seed

The 2020-21 NBA regular season is coming to a close on Sunday, when all 30 teams are taking the court. Following a slew of afternoon games, the night schedule features a showdown between the Los Angeles Lakers and New Orleans Pelicans on NBATV. The Milwaukee Bucks, Los Angeles Clippers, Philadelphia 76ers, and Utah Jazz are also taking the court.

Here is our best four-team parlay for today’s action.

Bulls ML (+120)

Clippers -6.5 (-110)

76ers -8.5 (-110)

Jazz -11.5 (-110)

Parlay odds: +1377

For this parlay we mix in three favorites against the spread and one underdog on the money line. Let’s break down each of the four legs one by one.

Chicago Bulls ML over Milwaukee Bucks (+120)

The Bucks still have a chance of getting the No. 2 seed in the Eastern Conference but need the Nets to lose to the Cavaliers. With that game taking place a couple of hours prior to this tipoff, it is likely that the Bucks will know if they require to win here or not. If the Nets win as expected, do not expect Milwaukee’s starters to play beyond the first quarter—if at all. That should open things up for the Bulls, who are apparently making guys like Nikola Vucevic available tonight even with nothing on the line. Chicago has traded away its pick in this upcoming draft, so winning here is not going to have a negative impact on future success.

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Los Angeles Clippers -6.5 over Oklahoma City Thunder (-110)

The Thunder are totally irrelevant at this point in the season—the very end, that is. Actually, they have been for a while now. Top player Shai Gilgeous-Alexander has been out for some time and they have really struggled without him. Fellow guard Luguentz Dort looks like a piece in the future, but he is also sidelined at the moment. If this game was a week ago we would probably be looking at something like -15 point spread, but it’s not and therefore the Clippers don’t really care. Still, there is good value with the number all the way down at -6.5. Go with L.A.

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Philadelphia 76ers -8.5 over Orlando Magic (-110)

The Magic can finally breathe a sigh of relief as their season finally ends. They will finish as the 14placed team in the Eastern Conference even if they lose and Detroit wins because they own the tiebreaker. Orlando traded away basically half of its team earlier and is in total rebuilding mode. Things are going to get worse before they get better, such as a current six-game losing streak. The Magic have lost eight of their last 12 games against Philadelphia, too. The Sixers have won nine of their last 11 contests, including six straight at home.

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Joel Embiid 76ers shooting

Utah Jazz -11.5 over Sacramento Kings (-110)

If the Suns are able to beat the Spurs earlier in the day, the Jazz will need to win here to retain the Western Conference No. 1 seed that they have held onto for so long this season. They should not have too much difficulty against the King, who are dealing with a long list of roster absences. De’Aaron Fox, Harrison Barnes, Richaun Holmes, Marvin Bagley III, and Tyrese Haliburton are all sidelined. The Jazz have won seven of their last 10 games and even though Donovan Mitchell remains out, they should have more than enough firepower to blow the Kings out. Utah boasts a massive advantage on the inside thanks to Rudy Gobert.

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Last updated: Sun 16th May 2021

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