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NBA Tuesday multi betting & free tips – December 18 basketball special

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With a wide array of NBA matches scheduled to take place this Tuesday, the multi combinations are limitless.

Eastern Conference contenders Milwaukee and Detroit will go head-to-head for the second time this season, giving the Pistons a shot at redemption.

On the lower end of the standings sit the Suns and the Knicks, who will battle in New York this Tuesday.

Devin Booker has made a quick return from his hamstring injury and is set to take the court against the Knicks, who will be coming off a back-to-back.

Jimmy Butler is back in action for the 76ers after making an instant impact with a win over the Cavaliers, the 20th victory of the season for Philadelphia.

The 15–15 Spurs will challenge Philly with their superstars LaMarcus Aldridge and DeMar DeRozan.

To finish things off, the Memphis Grizzlies will travel to Oracle Arena to face off with the Golden State Warriors, who are still looking to assert their dominance on the young season.

NBA Tuesday December 18 Multi
First match begins at 11:00 am AEST

Bucks to beat the Pistons @ 1.70
Suns to beat the Knicks @ $2.10
76ers to beat the Spurs @ 1.93
Warriors to beat the Grizzlies @1.12

Combined Multi Odds @ $7.71

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NBA Tuesday December 18 Multi Analysis

Giannis Antetokounmpo is coming off both a 44-point game and a two day break, spelling trouble for the Pistons, who will need to string together four quarters of perfect defence in order to stop the Bucks.

Eric Bledsoe is another player who is enjoying a purple patch these last few days, averaging 18-points to go with five rebounds and assists per match.

There are many factors to worry about for the Pistons in this high-pressure match-up, especially the scoring diversity of the Bucks, as they can score in the paint and beyond the arc, which will be why they overcome the Pistons in this match.

The Suns may enter the match at long odds, but remember, their superstar Devin Booker is back and ready to dominate again.

After missing six matches with the hamstring injury, Booker returned on Sunday with 27-points and seven rebounds and assists, a great game securing the Suns’ second consecutive victory.

After trading away Trevor Ariza to the Wizards the Suns obtained Austin Rivers and more importantly Kelly Oubre Jr, both of which should make an impact with their blend of youth and experience.

The 76ers team statistics when compared to the Spurs are nearly dead-even, but what separates them is a slight lead in all the little categories in favour of Philly.

Philadelphia average three more rebounds, three more assists, one more block and one more steal, which amalgamated together on a good day can be the difference for the 76ers, especially considering Jimmy Butler is fit to play.

The easiest leg in the multi goes to the Warriors as they will host the Grizzlies.

Memphis need everything to go its way if it is to beat the Warriors, who have won 12 of their 15 home matches.

Mike Conley and Marc Gasol are brilliant players on offence and defence, but they cannot defend the measured and precise ball movement of the Warriors, who are the best in the league at finding each other open as every player spreads the floor due to their shooting capabilities.

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