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NBA multi betting & analysis – Saturday February 23 odds & value tips

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Nine matches are scheduled to take place this Saturday in the NBA.

Still winding down from the busy All Star weekend, this will be the first opportunity for the 18 teams to begin their run at the playoffs.

As a majority of the NBA teams will take to the court, four of the top six teams in the league are ready to go.

With the fifth-best record in the league, the Indiana Pacers have not missed a beat since the injury to Victor Oladipo, proving their depth and spread of talent.

The Pacers will host the see-sawing Pelicans this Saturday.

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After hosting the All Star event, Charlotte will look to continue the positive vibes when they take on the Washington Wizards.

Surprisingly, it has been the Orlando Magic who are currently enjoying one of the league’s best hot-streaks.
Coming out victorious in seven of the last eight matches including five straight wins, the Magic have a chance to extend the run to six matches against the Bulls in Orlando.

Kawhi Leonard will host his original franchise, the Spurs, this Saturday.

Finally, it will be the sixth-best team in the NBA, the Oklahoma City Thunder, who will host the Utah Jazz.

Utah knocked the Thunder out of the Playoffs last season in a brutal first round exit for OKC, since then, a strong rivalry has developed.

NBA Saturday February 23 Multi
First match begins at 11:00 am AEST

Pacers to beat the Pelicans @ $1.43
Hornets to beat the Wizards @ $1.45
Magic to beat the Bulls @ $1.29
Raptors to beat the Spurs @ $1.29
Thunder to beat the Jazz @ $1.61

Combined Multi Odds @ $5.55

NBA Saturday February 23 Multi Analysis

With the Anthony Davis saga continuing to ruin the Pelicans’s season and weekly morale, they’ve become a team that should be punted against whenever the opportunity arises.

The Pacers are a classy and well-built team that will easily deal with the dysfunction they come up against here.

Kemba Walker was an overall disappointment at the All Star event, shooting terribly in the Three Point Contest and the All Star game itself.

Looking to redeem himself in front of his home crowd, the all-time scoring leader for the Hornets will put on a show and defeat the Wizards.

Having the second-longest winning streak in the NBA, the Magic are obviously doing something well.

Against the 14-44 Chicago Bulls, you would think the Magic will continue upon their winning ways.

Jonathan Isaac has been brilliant in the Magic’s winning run and will be crucial in his matchup with Lauri Markkanen, who has been one of the Bulls’ glimmering hopes.

Considering the location of the Spurs and Raptors battle, you have to select the Raptors to win. With a home record of 24-5, the Raptors have one of the best fortresses in the league, appearing near unstoppable at times in Canada.

The final leg in the multi will be one to keep an eye on.

Paul George has become the main man in Oklahoma City and he has allowed Westbrook to play freely, which is why he has the longest streak in triple-double history, 11 straight, which is still active.

The Jazz will not have the defensive quality around the perimeter to stop George.

Rudy Gobert might be the front runner for Defensive Player of the Year, but Steven Adams can negate his impact very quickly.