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NBA Wednesday multi betting specials – January 30 basketball tips

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As the NBA enters the final days before the much-anticipated All-Star break, Wednesday’s slate of games shape up like a series of one-sided affairs.

Kicking things off will be the Washington Wizards (21-28) and the Cleveland Cavaliers (10-41).

The game will take place in Ohio, providing a small advantage to the Cavaliers, who are in clear tank mode since the departure of LeBron James.

Elsewhere in the East, the Milwaukee Bucks and the Detroit Pistons will do battle to improve the playoff picture.

The Bucks currently hold the best record in the league with 35 wins and 13 losses.

After rising in form the past couple of days, the Oklahoma City Thunder will travel to Orlando to take on the 20-30 Magic, who have being playing poorly over the last week.

After a complete turnaround in form, the Brooklyn Nets are suddenly a playoff calibre side, with a positive 27-23 record.

The Nets will host the 11-39 Chicago Bulls in Brooklyn this Wednesday, looking to further solidify their playoff credentials.

After the shocking announcement of Anthony Davis’ trade request, the Pelicans will need to re-group and take on the Rockets in Houston.

Our Wednesday multi is playing it safe with a great opportunity for punters to build a bank.

NBA Wednesday January 30th Multi
First match begins at 11:00 am AEST

Wizards to beat the Cavaliers @ $1.38
Bucks to beat the Pistons @ $1.36
Thunder to beat the Magic @ $1.45
Nets to beat the Bulls @ $1.32
Rockets to beat the Pelicans @ $1.18

Combined Multi Odds @ $4.23

NBA Wednesday January 30th Multi Analysis

The first leg will see Washington get the chocolates.

The Cavaliers have quality players missing this match due to injury, including past champions Kevin Love and Tristan Thompson, who have been out for a majority of the season with toe and foot injuries respectively.

The Cavaliers will find it very difficult to win without their two best players, which has been a recurring problem all season.

Look no further than Giannis Antetokounmpo for justification when picking the Bucks to defeat the Pistons.

The All-Star Eastern Conference Captain will look to destroy the Pistons, who will be missing their best bench player, Reggie Bullock, for the match.

After winning five-straight matches, including a victory over the Bucks, the Thunder are rampaging their way into NBA Finals contention.

It would be a huge shock if Oklahoma is unable to defeat the Magic, who have lost their last three matches, including a home game against the Wizards.

The next leg is quite extraordinary, considering the circumstances.

The Nets are at $1.32 to beat a side that has barely won a match all season.

Brooklyn plays good basketball in its home arena and is currently enjoying one of the longest winning streaks in the league, making them a near no-brainer selection with that value.

ESPN power rankings has the Nets at 80% likelihood to take the victory on this occasion.

With Anthony Davis not playing and the franchise on a three-match losing streak, it is hard to see them defeating the in-form Houston Rockets.

James Harden will continue along his insane scoring run, with 40-points being the most recent entry in the historical run.

The reigning MVP has averaged 43-points a game in the past week.

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