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NBA Saturday multi betting – Aussie basketball tips for December 22

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As we edge closer to Christmas Day the NBA continues to keep us entertained.

At this point of the season many teams are still solidifying themselves within the standings, with some teams touted to drop, while others have started to climb.

This NBA Saturday is loaded with imperative games that will shape the standings just before the Christmas Eve break, some of which have been added to today’s multi.

The Pistons will be on the road against the Hornets in a very tight match-up, as both teams have registered 15 wins for the season.

With the longest winning-streak in the league, the Brooklyn Nets will host the up-and-coming Pacers.

After falling short in overtime to the Pistons, the Timberwolves will look to get back in the winner’s column when they tackle the Spurs in San Antonio.

The final match of the day is between LeBron James and the Lakers and Anthony Davis and his Pelicans.

With such a great line-up of matches anything can happen, but this is what to expect this NBA Saturday.

NBA Saturday December 22 Multi
First match begins at 11:00 am AEST

Hornets to beat the Pistons @ $1.57
Pacers to beat the Nets @ $1.70
Spurs to beat the Timberwolves @ $1.59
Lakers to beat the Pelicans @ $1.46
Combined Multi Odds @ $6.19

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NBA Saturday December 22 Multi Analysis

Charlotte recently defeated the Pistons by a single point, but shot poorly. Not only did they win whilst playing subpar, the Pistons were on fire that day and still didn’t get over the line.

Confidence is key and the Hornets are filled to the brim with it as Kemba Walker leads the way, averaging 25-points per match.

Although they have won the last seven matches, the Nets will find it difficult to overcome the Pacers.

The Nets will be without starting shooting guard Caris LeVert and back-up shooting guard Allen Crabbe, as both will watch on from the bench injured.

Between the balanced starting five and exceptional bench players like Domantas Sabonis the Pacers contain, it is hard to see them not beating the Nets on the road.

What’s interesting about the Spurs is their record at home and when away. At home the Spurs are 12–5, one of the best records in the league, but are 5–10 when on the road, which has cost them this season.

The Timberwolves are also not the best when outside Minnesota, with a shocking 2–12 away record, which is only just better than Atlanta’s 2–14.

Similar to the last leg in the multi, the Lakers have been chosen due to the Pelicans’ poor away record.

Anthony Davis and the Pelicans are only 4–12 when playing outside New Orleans, a win-loss that has cost them so far.

LeBron James will utilise his court vision to help the young Lakers overcome the out-of-form Pelicans, who have only won four of their last 10 matches.

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