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NBA Multi of the Day – Best odds for Tuesday, February 5th

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Super Bowl excitement has taken over the world, but once it finishes, the NBA action will continue with a six-match roster on Tuesday.

Many of the most popular players in the league will take to the court, including the ‘Greek Freak’, Giannis Antetokounmpo; the reigning MVP, James Harden; and the young superstar shooter, Devin Booker.

Starting off the day’s action will be the red-hot Denver Nuggets and the Detroit Pistons, along with the Atlanta Hawks and the Washington Wizards.


Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks will look to challenge the Brooklyn Nets on the road, which has proven to be difficult this past month.

Harden and Booker will compete in a shoot-out in Phoenix, one where Harden will attempt to exceed 30-points for the 27th consecutive game.

Finally, the San Antonio Spurs will tackle the Kings in Sacramento, which will be one of the most evenly matched contests of the day.

NBA Tuesday February 5th Multi

First match begins at 11am AEST

NBA multi odds = $7.59 at Sportsbet

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The Denver Nuggets have enjoyed one of the franchise’s best runs in recent history, they currently sit on top of the Western Conference, less than two weeks out from the All-Star break.

Facing the Nuggets has proven difficult for most sides as the extreme spread of talent is problematic to guard, especially for teams like the Pistons, who have a weak bench.

Since the fall of John Wall, who suffered a season ending heel injury, the Wizards have utilised the talent they still possess.

Bradley Beal has been awarded with an All-Star appearance after an incredible season, averaging 25- points per match.

With Beal controlling the match for the Wizards, it will be difficult for the Hawks rookie point guard, Trae Young, to win the match for his Hawks.

Even though the Nets have been terrific this past month, winning seven of their last 10, the Bucks have more balance and control.

Kris Middleton will take part in the All-Star match this season, which has come as a surprise to fans who do not know of his scoring capabilities from long range.

The Bucks have a starting five that can score in all possible ways, in the paint, from the midrange, and most importantly, from beyond the arc.

Brooklyn will struggle to quell every single player for the Bucks, which is why they have the best record in the league.


When James Harden and Devin Booker begin their shootout, it will be a rude awakening for the Suns.

Harden is due for one of his 50-point matches when the poor Suns defence tries to stop him.

If you cannot stop Harden, the Rockets will win the match, no matter how well you play on offence.

An upset will take place in the final match of the day.

The Spurs are on a five-match winning streak, but the Kings are on a two-match streak of their own, which included a win over the 76ers.

When in their home arena, the Kings have upset many sides with their quick play, mainly lead by the young guard De’Aaron Fox.

Kings shooting guard Buddy Hield is coming off a 34-point match, which was against the defensive 76ers line-up.

The Spurs will not be expecting what the Kings have in store for them this Tuesday.

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