NBA Wednesday parlay at mega (+829) odds today 11/30: Ring the bell for the 76ers

Philadelphia 76ers forward Tobias Harris (12) reacts after scoring a three pointer against the Atlanta Hawks during the fourth quarter at Wells Fargo Center.

The NBA action continues on Wednesday night with a massive 13-game slate. The Western Conference remains anybody’s race, while the Eastern Conference is starting to take shape. There are several interesting matchups on Wednesday including the Heat taking on the Celtics, the Bucks taking on the Knicks and the Grizzlies facing off against the Timberwolves. 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.

76ers ML (+155)

Celtics -8 (-110)

Thunder -5.5 (-110)

Parlay odds: +829

Philadelphia 76ers ML (+155) over Cleveland Cavaliers

The 76ers have won 3 in a row and now have Joel Embiid back in the lineup. For that reason, it’s slightly surprising that they are 4-point underdogs against the Cavs. Cleveland has already ruled out Jarrett Allen and Kevin Love for Wednesday’s game, and that has seen their presence in the paint drop off a cliff in recent games. In the 2 contests without Allen, their best rim protector, they allowed Marvin Bagley to have a 19/10 game and Pascal Siakam an 18/11 game. With that in mind, this opens the door for a huge game from Embiid since the Sixers will likely feed their star player throughout the game.

Embiid returned in the 76ers’ last game to face a dynamic Hawks offense and immediately made an impact on defense, as Philadelphia held Atlanta to just 101 points. The 76ers are being undervalued with Embiid back in the lineup, so I’ll take their money line on Wednesday.

Boston Celtics -8 (-110) over Miami Heat

Sitting at the top of the Eastern Conference, the Celtics have had an incredible start to the season. It’s hard to believe they have had all this success without Robert Williams, one of the most underrated centers and the key to the Boston defense. Home-court advantage has played a huge part in Boston’s season thus far, as they are 10-1 at home with the best net rating in the league. They have scored over 120 points in 4 consecutive games, and the Heat will have the tough task of stopping them. Unfortunately for Miami, Jimmy Butler will miss Wednesday’s game. That has forced Bam Adebayo to step up and lead the Heat, and while that has worked in the short-term, Miami lacks depth in their bench which has been one of their biggest weaknesses this season.

Their defense has been good recently, and they have defended the paint well. However, that is not where Boston does their damage. The Celtics rank 2nd in 3-pointers attempted, 1st in 3-pointers made and 1st in 3-point percentage, while the Heat rank 26th in 3-pointers allowed. The Celtics should earn their 11th win at home on Wednesday, and cover the spread in the win.

Oklahoma City Thunder -5.5 (-110) over San Antonio Spurs

All aboard the fade-the-Spurs train! It’s been a terrible start to the season for San Antonio, and they’ve lost 8 straight games, including going 0-6 ATS in their last 6 games. In their 8-game losing streak, the Spurs rank 30th in offensive rating, 30th in defensive rating and 30th in true shooting percentage. In summary, they don’t deserve to be just 5.5-point underdogs against anyone right now. The Thunder enter this game with just 2 more wins than the Spurs, but 4 of their last 7 losses have come by 5 points or less. They’ve been on the wrong end of close games this season. The Spurs have an average losing margin of 18.75 points in their 8-game losing streak, which easily would cover the Thunder -5.5 spread in this game. I’ll take the points with the Thunder at home, where they have performed better this season.

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