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Seven of the top eight teams in the NBA Championship betting will take to the court in Saturday’s 10-game schedule.

Fresh off making his first three-pointer in the NBA, Ben Simmons and his Philadelphia 76ers will tackle the San Antonio Spurs to start off our multi.

Luka Doncic has been writing history with multiple record-breaking performances for the Dallas Mavericks. He and his European teammate Kristaps Porzingis will take centre stage as the Mavs host the Cleveland Cavaliers.

If you want to catch a glimpse of two teams that will make the playoffs, make sure you check out the Denver Nuggets against the Boston Celtics. Jayson Tatum has broken out this season and topped off his excellent form with a beautiful crossover and three-ball late as the Celtics almost beat the championship favourites last time out.

Speaking of the favourites, the Los Angeles Clippers will host the Houston Rockets, where Kawhi Leonard and Paul George will fight off Russell Westbrook and James Harden.

You couldn’t have asked for a better set of NBA fixtures to start off the weekend.

NBA multi tips for Saturday, November 23

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NBA Saturday betting predictions

76ers vs Spurs: The current longest losing streak in the NBA goes to the San Antonio Spurs, who have not won a game out of their last seven matches. Ben Simmons and the 76ers will see this as an opportunity to stamp their authority, which will be critical since their poor outing against the Knicks. Joel Embiid has a brilliant matchup against LaMarcus Aldridge, where his size and shape will be the difference.

Mavericks vs Cavaliers: There hasn’t been a better player in the league than Luka Doncic in the past week. The Mavs star has posted three triple-doubles in his last four games while averaging a ridiculous 34 points. The Cavaliers started the season better than expected, but a drop off from Tristian Thompson and an injury to Kevin Love have seen the Cavs lose eight of their last 10 games. The home court advantage will see the Mavs tear apart the Cavaliers.

Nuggets vs Celtics: You can’t miss this clash between Boston and Denver, two playoffs contenders who are expected to advance far this season. The Nuggets excel at bringing each other into the game and boasts solid passers in all positions, bench included. The Celtics lost to the Clippers in a tough clash that went down to the wire in overtime. Denver has won its last three matches, which includes a win over Houston, which is why the Nugs are the better choice in this match.

Clippers vs Rockets: Former teammates Russell Westbrook and Paul George will face off at the Staples Center when the Clippers host the Rockets. One aspect of Houston that could be improved is bench production, where the team lacks a powerful sixth man. LA is known for its bench, led by Lou Williams and Montrezl Harrell. These Western Conference juggernauts will be hard to beat in the post-season, but this match will go to the Clippers.