NBA Multi Tuesday
OH, It’s on.
A battle of the top two teams in the eastern conference headlines Tuesday’s huge slate of NBA games.
The top of the table reigning NBA champions Cleveland head north to Canada for a date with second placed Toronto.
That game is at 11.30am AEDT, along with the Washington Wizards at the Brooklyn Nets and the sliding Atlanta Hawks hosting the Oklahoma City Thunder on the second leg of a back to back.
The first game of the day tips off at 11am when two strugglers in the Denver Nuggets and Philadelphia 76ers meet in Philly.
Four games are go at noon, when the Portland Trailblazers head to Chicago to match up with the bulls, Matthew Dellavedova’s Milwaukee Bucks face Patty Mills and the San Antonio Spurs, the New Orleans Pelicans square off with the Memphis Grizzlies and the Boston Celtics head to Texas for a dalliance with the Houston Rockets.
At 12.30 the horrible Dallas Mavericks host the Charlotte Hornets and then a pair of late games close out the day.
The Los Angeles Lakers host conference rivals the Utah Jazz and the exciting Golden State Warriors throw down against the Indiana Pacers.
Eleven games is a near full schedule and that mean there is plenty of punting fun to be had.
We have run our eye over each of the games and come up with a multi bet that should give you plenty of gas.
Suggested multi selections for NBA Tuesday:
Toronto Raptors to defeat the Cleveland Cavaliers at $1.88
Charlotte Hornets to defeat the Dallas Mavericks at $1.54
Chicago Bulls to defeat the Portland Trailblazers at $1.45
Houston Rockets to defeat the Boston Celtics at $1.52
Toronto Raptors to defeat the Cleveland Cavaliers
What a massive game this one is. The Toronto Raptors can actually leapfrog Cleveland and go to the top of the eastern conference if they can knock over the Cleveland Cavaliers. And that’s exactly what we think they will do. The Cavs are on a three game slide after losses to the Bucks, Clippers then Bulls. And this road trip is tougher than any of those past three assignments. The Raptors have won six games in a row and this will be the fifth home game in a row. DeMar DeRozan has taken his game to another level this season, and he led the way again with 21 points in the Raptors 128-84 hammering of the Atlanta Hawks last time out. He, along with point guard Kyle Lowry are supported by a versatile frontline and a deep bench that has been firing of late. The Cavs will be a tough contest, but LeBron can’t do it all by himself and we expect their slide to extend at least one more game.
Charlotte Hornets to defeat the Dallas Mavericks
No one could have predicted just how bad the Dallas Mavericks would be this season. But, with injuries to key men Dirk Nowitzki and Deron Williams, the wheels have fallen off. Williams did go off with 15 assists in the Mavs last time out win over the Bulls, but the Hornets have already had their measure once in the past week and we expect Kemba Walker and his rag tag bunch to get the job done in Texas.
Chicago Bulls to beat the Portland Trailblazers
Who would have thought the Bulls would knock over the reigning champion Cleveland Cavaliers in the first meeting between team mates and Heat legends Dwyane Wade and LeBron James? Not many, but they forgot about national TV Rajon Rondo. The former Celtics NBA champion went off with a triple double, featuring 15 points, 12 assists and 11 rebounds. The Bulls had the Cavs measure all night… and then they went out and lost to the Mavericks. It just shows how fickle the NBA can be. But, don’t despair, they are back on their home floor and should be able to rebound against a Portland Trailblazers side that has provided surprises this year – thanks largely to Damien Lillard – but projects to be in the lottery at season’s end.
Houston Rockets to defeat the Boston Celtics
James Harden and the Rockets just keep on winning. The nightly triple double threat has led the three point shooting Houston to seven wins from their last nine tilts with their fast paced brand. The Celtics, too, have been in some great form, winning three of their past four, but a trip to Texas looks too tough, especially after just scraping over the line by one point against the NBA-worst Philadelphia 76ers.
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