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NBA Tuesday multi betting – January 22 basketball odds & tips

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This Tuesday’s NBA action will take place early in the morning and run throughout the day.

The first match starts at 4:30am AEST and the last at 2:00pm AEST.

The busy schedule will see 22 of the 30 NBA franchises take to the court, including the top seed from each conference — the Milwaukee Bucks (Eastern Conference) and Golden State Warriors (Western Conference).

The earliest match of the day will take place in New York, with the OKC Thunder making the trip to the big apple to take on a former teammate, Enes Kanter.

Bradley Beal and the 19-26 Wizards will host the 20-25 Pistons in Washington, looking to get on even footing.

Two of the best European players will face off in Milwaukee when the Mavericks challenge the Bucks.

The Giannis Antetokounmpo and Luka Doncic matchup will be one of the most exciting spectacles of the day and one to look forward to for many years to come.

Ben Simmons will attempt to quell the record-breaking James Harden when the Rockets make their way down to Philadelphia. Harden has averaged 50-points across his last three games and has scored over 30 in his last 19 matches.

Damian Lillard and Donovan Mitchell will go head-to head in Portland when the Jazz tackle the Trailblazers.

Finally the Warriors with DeMarcus Cousins back, will look to beat the Lakers at the Staples Centre.

Here’s the multi for the upcoming fixture of matches this Tuesday.

NBA Tuesday January 22nd Multi
First match begins at 4:30 am AEST

Thunder to beat the Knicks @ $1.23
Wizards to beat the Pistons @ $1.51
Bucks to beat the Mavericks @ $1.13
76ers to beat the Rockets @ $1.49
Jazz to beat the Trailblazers @ $1.47
Warriors to beat the Lakers @ $1.14

Combined Multi Odds @ $5.24

NBA Tuesday January 22nd multi analysis

Paul George saved the OKC Thunder in their last match against Philadelphia after hitting a match-winning four-point-play with only five seconds on the clock.

If the Thunder can successfully defeat the 76ers in Philly, then beating the Knicks at Madison Square Garden shouldn’t be an issue.

The Knicks will be coming home from London after their international match against the Wizards, meaning they will be tired and fatigued, which looms as an issue before the tip-off.

Also coming home from London is the Washington Wizards, who were successful when they took the trip across to Europe.

The Pistons have proven to be on the rise over the last five matches, improving their competitiveness and notching three wins, including an overtime victory over the Magic.

The Pistons will be missing one crucial player for this match. Andre Drummond has been ruled out with a concussion, which gives the Wizards the advantage as young centre Thomas Bryant receives a golden opportunity to play at his best.

Although Luka Doncic has been a rookie sensation who will inevitably become an All Star, Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Bucks have the more well-rounded line-up to get the results against Dallas.

Kris Middleton and Eric Bledsoe are genuine stars who will completely out-match Dennis Smith Jr and Wesley Matthews.

Between Ben Simmons, Joel Embiid and Jimmy Butler, the 76ers have enough firepower and defensive capabilities to shut down Harden and the Rockets.

Jimmy Butler has proven in the past he can defend Harden and will look to take the match-up when possible for the 76ers.

The Utah Jazz will look to extend the second longest current winning streak in the league to seven matches when they come up against the Trailblazers this Tuesday.

If not for the sudden form spike, the Jazz would not be favourites, but good form is better than good players.

The Lakers will find it difficult to put on a show without LeBron James and now Lonzo Ball, who went down with an ankle injury.

Veteran guard Rajon Rondo may come back from injury to provide assistance, but it won’t matter as the Warriors are far too powerful for a full-strength Lakers side, let alone a hobbled one.

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