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Multi betting tips and analysis – NBA Tuesday, November 27 value odds

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A quarter of the NBA season is done and dusted for many of the 30 teams across the league.

Heading into Tuesday’s fixture, 14 franchises will go to war with many interesting games on the slate.

The odds are quite calm this week after all the surprising upsets that have been taking place over the last week. The bookies have provided even betting for the Celtics and Pelicans clash, as both sides boast 10–10 records.

The fixture includes three teams on the second match of a back-to-back, the Charlotte Hornets, Utah Jazz and the Orlando Magic.

After upsetting the 76ers and Rockets in their last two matches, the Cleveland Cavaliers will host the Minnesota Timberwolves this Tuesday. Given their current form, the Cavs will be confident they can pull off another upset.

Even at their own home, the Hornets enter as underdogs against the powerful Bucks. All Star Giannis Antetokounmpo is coming off a 34-point, 18-rebound and 8-assist match. The Greek Freak is threatening a triple double almost every night.

Let’s take a look at our best bets of the night, thrown together to provide value for punters.

NBA Tuesday November 27th Multi:
First match Begins at 11:00 am AEST

Bucks to beat the Hornets @ $1.50
Rockets to beat the Wizards @ $1.67
Spurs to beat the Bulls @ $1.40
Jazz to beat the Pacers @ $1.46
Warriors to beat the Magic @ $1.31

Combined Multi Odds @ $6.70

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NBA Tuesday, November 27th Betting Analysis

When coming off of back-to-back games, it can be difficult to perform at the highest level. Even more difficult is dealing with the leading NBA MVP candidate when you’re tired.

Charlotte will need to play at their very best in order to topple the Bucks, who have also been getting excellent value out of Khris Middleton and Eric Bledsoe, who are averaging 19 and 15-points respectively.

The Rockets have struggled to start the season, sitting at 9–9 in tenth position in the Western Conference.

Coming off two straight losses, the Rockets will look to get back into the winners books against the inconsistent Washington Wizards. James Harden cannot be guarded by Bradley Beal, which will allow him to score and run offence easier.

The Spurs will utilise the accuracy of LaMarcus Aldridge and efficiency of DeMar DeRozan to get the victory over the Bulls, who have lost seven of their last 10.

Utah has a 2-5 record at home stadium and an indifferent 9–11 record to date. The Jazz are capable of improving that record against the Pacers, who are missing their best playmaker, Victor Oladipo.

The final leg of the multi will be for the Warriors to win when they face the Orlando Magic. The Magic are coming off a back-to-back and will struggle against Kevin Durant, who has found his shooting touch of late.

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