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NBA Wednesday March 20th betting, value multi legs and best odds

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A busy day of NBA matches featuring league powerhouse franchises like the Bucks, Warriors and Rockets will provide punters with plenty of options on Wednesday.

With the playoffs less than a month away, teams are slowly clinching their positions inside the top eight, while others are slowly being eliminated from contention.

Starting off the days action will be James Harden and the Rockets against Trae Young and the Hawks.

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A win for the Rockets would put them one step closer to clinching a position in the playoffs, a huge relief for a team that was once 14th seed in the Western Conference after a horrible start to the season.

LeBron James and the Lakers will have to overcome the Milwaukee Bucks to keep their belief in a playoffs birth alive.

Steph Curry and the the Warriors will make their way to Minnesota to challenge the Timberwolves.

One franchise who currently sits outside the top eight in their conference, but could still jump in is the Sacramento Kings. They sit in ninth seed in the West, but will need to win a majority of their remaining matches to make up the six-game lead the Clippers hold.

The Nets will challenge the Kings in a must-win clash.

If you combine the conferences together, the seventh best team will take on the 13th best when the Pacers and Clippers face off.

Indiana is fourth in the Eastern Conference whilst the Clippers sit eighth in the West.

NBA Wednesday March 20th Multi
First match begins at 10:30 am AEST

Rockets to beat the Hawks @ $1.28
Bucks to beat the Lakers @ $1.13
Warriors to beat the Timberwolves @ $1.46
Kings to beat the Nets @ $1.57
Clippers to beat the Pacers @ $1.47

Combined Multi Odds @ $4.87

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NBA Wednesday March 20th Multi Analysis

Although Atlanta has been competitive in many of its home matches, the Houston Rockets are too powerful in this one.

James Harden has led the Rockets to win nine of their last 10 matches, putting them in the third seed in the West.

Both teams are at relatively full strength, which is why Houston will win.

The Milwaukee Bucks have not lost consecutive matches yet this season.

After falling short against the 76ers in their last match, the Bucks will regroup and defeat the injury plagued Lakers. Giannis Antetokounmpo is coming off a 51-point career high match, he will dominate King James at the Staples Centre.

Since Jimmy Butler left for the 76ers, the mediocre T-Wolves have continued their dive down the rankings and will have to face the Warriors, who are somewhat desperate for a victory.

Golden State sits equal with the Nuggets as both sides have 47-24 records, a win would put the Warriors ahead outright.

The Kings most recent match was a victory over the Bulls, which is not too impressive, but the bench contributing 64-points most definitely was.

Brooklyn is a talented team, but will find it difficult to defeat the rampaging Kings line-up, especially in Sacramento.

The final match of the day will be the fourth seeded Eastern Conference Pacers, challenging the eighth seeded Western Conference Clippers.

Indiana will be playing the second match of a back-to-back, where the first was a tough clash against the Trailblazers.

The Clippers will be coming off a Lou Williams’ game winning buzzer beater. With the momentum of the last victory carrying over to this contest, you have to acknowledge the Clippers’ form.

LA will be looking for its third straight win, while the Pacers have only won four of their last 10 matches.

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