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Aussie NBA multis – Thursday December 6 betting & free tips analysis

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Twenty of the NBA’s 30 franchises will take to the court this Thursday as one of the wildest seasons in recent NBA history continues to shock punters.

With plenty of short priced favourites this Thursday, our multi has a greater chance of success.

Some of the marquee matches include Nikola Jokic and the Nuggets on the road against the Magic.

Jokic is coming off an impressive triple-double performance and the Magic, who have a great record at home, are coming off an impressive win against the Heat.

The 76ers will look to extend their winning streak when they face the Raptors in Toronto, who recently lost to the Nuggets in the same venue.

Two of the top four teams in the Eastern Conference will go head-to-head in Milwaukee when the Pistons enter the stadium looking for their 14th win of the season.

The second match of the Mavericks’ back-to-back is against the Pelicans, which will be an interesting match. DeAndre Jordan has been elite in the paint whilst Anthony Davis is in near MVP form.

Currently sitting in the fifth seed in the Western Conference is LeBron and the Lakers, who have won three straight matches. The Lakers will host the Spurs at the Staples Centre.

Let’s take a look at how we see this NBA Thursday panning out.

NBA Thursday December 6th Multi
First match starts at 11:00 am AEST

Nuggets to beat the Magic @ $1.47
Thunder to beat the Nets @ $1.31
Raptors to beat the 76ers @ $1.40
Bucks to beat the Pistons @ $1.31
Pelicans to beat the Mavericks @ $1.43
Lakers to beat the Spurs @ $1.27

Combined Multi Odds @ $6.41



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NBA Thursday December 6th multi analysis

The Denver Nuggets are a very capable and strong NBA team right now, winning their last six matches.

Bench scoring is an important statistic that can effect who is more likely to win each match. The Nuggets have a powerful bench full of role-players that simply get the task done. The same could be said about Orlando, but the Magic bench is manned by younger and less experienced players such as Mo Bamba and Jonathan Isaac.

Billy Donovan does an incredible job distributing minutes to all his stars in Oklahoma. Whenever Dennis Schroder has a good spurt of scoring or passing, he gets extra time on the court, meaning he is playing for more minutes. The constant incentive to play well is why the Thunder are just one game behind the top of the Western Conference.

The Nets have lost their last seven matches — the longest streak in the league. If they cannot stop the ferocity of Russell Westbrook, you can expect the streak to continue.

Toronto shot poorly in its last match, a surprising loss on its home court. We expect that shooting to improve while Kawhi Leonard leads his new club past the visiting 76ers.

Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Bucks will host the Pistons who recently went down to the Thunder at home. Things won’t get any easier for the Pistons, who will struggle against one of the most intimidating home-court advantages in the league.

Anthony Davis and Jrue Holiday have excelled as of late due to the return of Julius Randle to the starting five. The Mavericks will need to come off the back-to-back with pace if they want to stop the Pelicans, who are 9–3 at home this season.

LeBron James is carrying the Lakers into the higher echelon of the Western Conference, winning seven of the last 10 matches. The Lakers will utilise their passing and pace to beat the inconsistent Spurs.

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