NBA Tuesday parlay at mega (+602 odds) today 11/22: Kings keep rolling

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This week’s NBA action continues with a full slate of games coming our way on Tuesday. The highlight of the night is in Memphis, as the Grizzlies host the red-hot Kings. I’ve included that game in this mega parlay, along with two other picks.

Head over to our NBA predictions page for picks on the spread and total for every game on the board, but for now let’s jump into our NBA mega parlay.

Sacramento Kings -2.5 (-105)

Phoenix Suns -7 (-110)

Denver Nuggets -5.5 (-110)

Parlay odds: +602

Odds available at FanDuel Sportsbook at time of publishing. 

Sacramento Kings -2.5 (-105) over Memphis Grizzlies

The Kings have been torching opposing defenses lately, leading to 6 straight wins. In fact, over this stretch Sacramento has not scored fewer than 120 points in a game. Offseason addition Kevin Huerter has been making close to 50% of his threes, which has helped open things up for the rest of the team. So whiles Sacramento is just 28th in points allowed so far, the Kings are still outscoring teams en route to victories.

On the other side, Memphis is in a tough spot at the moment. The Grizzlies are playing without their 3 best players in Jaren Jackson Jr, Desmond Bane and of course Ja Morant. When heathy, they are a formidable opponent — but finding enough points to be competitive with those players out of the lineup has proven to be difficult. The simple fact is that Sacramento is in a great rhythm right now and would have a good chance to win this game even if Memphis was healthy. The Kings are also 5-1 against the spread on the road this season and a perfect 3-0 as road favorites. Given the small margin of this number, the Kings are the play.

Phoenix Suns -7 (-110) over Los Angeles Lakers

The Lakers are playing some of their best basketball of the season of late, but they will likely be without LeBron James for another game in this matchup. Of course, this means that they will need another big night from Anthony Davis, who has been spectacular in LeBron’s absence. Over the course of Los Angeles’ 3-game winning streak, Davis has turned in games of 37, 38, and 30 points while averaging 17.3 rebounds. Granted the Nets, Pistons and Spurs are some of the worst rebounding teams in the league and offered little resistance, but Davis has certainly been playing at a high level of late.

However, things won’t be so easy on Tuesday. This Suns team certainly poses more of a threat with Deandre Ayton down low while owning the 8th best defensive rating in the league (109.7). In this rivalry game, the defensive intensity of the Suns will be the biggest key to this game and the Lakers should regress to previous form — meaning their 119.9 offensive rating over the past 3 games was a thing of the past. Phoenix dominated Los Angeles last season, finishing 4-0 with an average margin of victory of 17 points. Look for the Suns to have the upper hand again tonight.

Denver Nuggets -5.5 (-110) over Detroit Pistons

Detroit enters this game without the services of Cade Cunningham, Saddiq Bey and Isaiah Stewart. And while the Nuggets have their own injury concerns, there is hope that Nikola Jokic, Jamal Murray and Aaron Gordon could take to the floor. The presence of any of those 3 players on the court, especially Jokic, could have a major impact on the betting line as we approach tipoff. The Pistons have dropped all 10 of their road games so far this season, while Denver has been dominant at home.

Detroit has struggled all season long and it shows, as it is currently 29th in the NBA in defensive rating. In fact, Detroit allowed a Lakers team ranked 29th in offensive rating to score a whopping 128 points, while the Kings dropped 137 on the Pistons in their last outing. As a result, look for the Nuggets to put up big numbers even if a few missing pieces don’t suit up. This matchup is also set up for Michael Porter Jr. to have a bounce-back game. The Nuggets’ small forward has struggled over the last week but could be set to break out here with no natural defensive matchup for him on the Pistons’ roster. Denver should win this game by a big enough margin.

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