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Wednesday NBA five-team mega parlay (+2335): Golden State part of golden ticket

Wednesday NBA five-team mega parlay (+2335): Golden State part of golden ticket

We have a huge 12-game slate in the NBA on Wednesday, which includes the postponed contest between the Milwaukee Bucks and Minnesota Timberwolves. Wednesday’s action also features a double-header on TNT, starting with the Brooklyn Nets and Philadelphia 76ers before the Dallas Mavericks visit the Memphis Grizzlies.

Let’s take a look at the best five-team parlay option for today’s slate.

Hornets ML (-160)

Bulls -9.5 (-110)

Warriors -11 (-110)

Grizzlies ML (+110)

Heat +4 (-110)

Parlay odds: +2335

For this parlay we mix in two favorites against the spread, one underdog and the points, and two money line winners (one favorite and one underdog). Let’s break down each of the five legs one by one.

Charlotte Hornets ML over Cleveland Cavaliers (-160)

The Hornets are coming off of a loss last night to the Lakers in a game they had a chance to win late in the fourth quarter. Charlotte is really in need of a win and this is a great rebound spot for the Hornets. The Cavaliers have lost seven of their last nine games and they are the fifth-worst team in the NBA standings. Four of the Cavaliers starters popped up on the injury report, including their two best players—Collin Sexton and Darius Garland. For the Hornets, they should be getting point guard Terry Rozier and power forward P.J. Washington back for this game after they both missed last night.

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Chicago Bulls -9.5 over Orlando Magic (-110)

After a decent initial start following their trade activity, the wheels have finally fallen off the Magic. They are consistently looking like one of the worst teams on the league. They have lost six straight games, five by double-figures and four by at least 15 points. Tonight they travel to face their former star Nikola Vucevic and the Chicago Bulls, who have lost three straight games themselves but should see this as a fantastic opportunity to bounce back. There are no recent injury concerns for the Bulls, but the Magic will be without Otto Porter Jr. and have Chuma Okeke and Mo Bamba listed as questionable.

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Zach Lavine Playing for Bulls

Golden State Warriors -11 over Oklahoma City Thunder (-110)

Stephen Curry is quite simply on fire. He is averaging 41 points per game over the last week and has managed to score 30 or more points in seven straight games. The Warriors have won three of their last four. While the Thunder have a respectable five wins from 12 when playing on the second night of back-to-back situations this season, they can be prone to a blowout loss. Overall, Oklahoma City has lost seven in a row—all of which have come by double-digits. It feels like another big loss is on the way.

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Memphis Grizzlies ML over Dallas Mavericks (+110)

The Mavericks are just 4-3 to start April and looking to end a two-game losing streak. Kristaps Porzingis is not on the injury report, which is encouraging. They were really missing him in their last game—a loss to Philly in which they scored only 95 points at home. Luka Doncic scored 32, but no other player was able to net more than 15. Secondary scoring has been a consistent challenge for Dallas this season. Meanwhile, Memphis has gained a little ground in the Western Conference by going 5-2 so far in April. The Grizzlies won their last game by shutting down the Bulls in the fourth quarter, holding them to just 16 points over the final 15 points in an 11-point win.

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Miami Heat +4 over Denver Nuggets (-110)

Although they lost against the Suns last night, the Heat have been on a decent run lately by winning six of eight games. They’ve been doing it on the defensive end, ranking second in opposing field-goal percentage and turnovers forced per 100 possessions. Jimmy Butler will once again have to carry the load offensively with Victor Oladipo out, while also guarding Denver’s best players on the perimeter. Denver has hit a bit of a bump and lost their last two games, but the loss against the Warriors was made much, much worse in the form of a torn ACL suffered by Jamal Murray.

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Last updated: Wed 14th April 2021

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