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Multi analysis & tips for NBA Tuesday – December 4 basketball betting

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Seven matches are scheduled for NBA Tuesday and the majority are going to be nail-biters.

The evenly-matched Thunder (14-7) and Pistons (13-7) will battle in Detroit. It promises to be a game of contrasting styles as Detroit’s big men take on Oklahoma’s back court duo of Russell Westbrook and Paul George.

Washington (9–14) and New York (8–16) are even money at the bookies. The Wizards have the marginally-better record, but the match is at Madison Square Garden, home of the Knicks.

The LA Clippers sit atop the western conference standings and will need to put in extra effort these next few days in order to stay there. The first hurdle for the Clippers will be the Pelicans in New Orleans, where Los Angeles enter as the underdogs.

Bottom sides Cleveland (4–18) and Brooklyn (8–16) will also face off with each other this Tuesday.

The Nets are travelling better than expected, but have lost six straight matches, predominately due to Caris LeVert’s season-ending lower leg break. Expect Brooklyn to break the losing streak.

NBA Tuesday December 4th Multi
First match begins at 11:00 am AEST

Pistons to beat the Thunder @ $2.02
Warriors to beat the Hawks @ $1.16
Raptors to beat the Nuggets @ $1.42
Nets to beat the Cavaliers @ $1.37
Pelicans to beat the Clippers @ $1.72

Combined Multi Odds @ $7.84

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NBA Tuesday December 4th Multi Analysis

The Pistons are not favourites to beat the Thunder, but they are still in the multi. In their last match the Pistons beat the Warriors in Detroit, even though Steph Curry played 36-minutes.

When facing OKC it is easy to be caught up in their pace and ferocity, but the likes of Blake Griffin and Andre Drummond do not play fast basketball, instead they will utilise their strength and score in the paint.

Golden State in Atlanta is a very easy leg to include within the multi as the Warriors now have Curry back in the starting five.

Rookie Trae Young has been outstanding this season with an average of 7.6 assists per match, which places him eighth in the league, but he will struggle to guard Curry and his incredible shooting range.

The Denver Nuggets (15–7) have the third best record in the NBA, but are paying nearly $3.00 against the 20–4 Raptors, who are very difficult to defeat at home (10–2).

Not only do the Raptors have an excellent record, they have won their last eight matches, giving them the longest winning streak in the league.

Brooklyn finds itself in a very strange situation. It is a promising team with DeAngelo Russell, a skilled point guard, but it can’t seem to win matches. All that is set to change as they take on an even worse franchise, Cleveland.

The Pelicans will utilise Anthony Davis tremendously in order to defeat the Clippers, who will struggle to find a defensive answer to one of the league’s MVP candidates.

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