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NBA multi betting & analysis – Friday March 1 odds & value tips

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The NBA playoffs squeeze slowly tightens by the day.

A new month spells a new opportunity for NBA franchises to start building form.

Starting off March’s matches will be the Minnesota Timberwolves and the Indiana Pacers.

The Pacers sit third in the Eastern Conference and appear to get better after each outing.

In the battle of the tanking franchises, the Cleveland Cavaliers will challenge the New York Knicks.

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Currently sitting 28th and 29th in the 30-team competition, the Cavaliers and Knicks are certainly two of the rebuilding organisations in a race to the bottom.

Chris Paul will battle with Dwayne Wade when the Rockets host the Heat, which will be the last time Wade ever faces the Houston franchise and his old friend.

Paul George and Russell Westbrook of the Oklahoma City Thunder will battle the Philadelphia 76ers, who are without Joel Embiid and rounding out Friday’s action will be the Denver Nuggets and the Utah Jazz, battling it out at Denver with crucial Western Conference rankings on the line.

NBA Friday March 1 Multi:
First match begins at 11:00 am AEST

Pacers to beat the Timberwolves @ $1.55
Knicks to beat the Cavaliers @ $1.66
Rockets to beat the Heat @ $1.22
Thunder to beat the 76ers @ $1.27
Nuggets to beat the Jazz @ $1.37

Combined Multi Odds @ $5.46

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NBA Friday March 1 Multi Analysis

For the Pacers to be doing so well without their main man, Victor Oladipo, is something to behold.

Sitting third in the Eastern Conference with a 23-8 home record, the Pacers have proven themselves as a threat that can beat good teams, meaning the middle-class Timberwolves will not be an issue.

Out of the Knicks and Cavaliers, the Knicks have the upper hand as Dennis Smith Jr will lead them into battle.

Relying on a younger guard can often prove reckless, but Smith Jr loves the pressure and big moments. Coming up against the Cavaliers, the only threat will be Kevin Love, which will be a big job for Noah Vonleh, who will be up to the challenge.

Considering James Harden and Chris Paul have found themselves in an offensive rhythm this past week, they will be able to defeat the Miami Heat in Houston.

Clint Capela is coming of a 23-point and 17-rebound victory against the Hornets, one of his best matches of the season.

If Joel Embiid was active this match would be a different story, but unfortunately for the 76ers, his knee is still not 100%.

The Thunder are the third seeded team in the Western Conference, proving that the duo of George and Westbrook is deadly enough to defeat the 76ers.

Nikola Jokic and the Nuggets will continue upon their brilliant season when they face the Utah Jazz at home, where they have won 27 of their 31 matches.

With such a commanding home record and the Jazz having such a poor road record, 14-16, the Nuggets will make light work of their lesser opponents.

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