Top NBA Parlay Picks Of The Week (Nov. 15th – 18th)
It’s the start of another week in the NBA, which means it’s time to start thinking about our parlay picks for the week. If you guys remember, I tried something a little different with last week’s tickets, which was to leave Cleveland, San Antonio, and Golden State out of the mix. It proved to be a profitable move, as I went 3 for 4 for my parlays, coming within 1 game of having a total sweep for the week. If you had played $100 on each of the parlays, you would have walked away with a tidy profit of $282, so let’s see if we can do a little better with this week’s selections.
Here’s A Closer Look At The Top NBA Parlay Picks Of The Week
NBA Parlay Picks – Monday November 14 – Rockets, Jazz, Clippers
The Houston Rockets are off to a 5-4 winning start to the season, and there is no reason why they shouldn’t improve that record versus the 76ers on Monday night. Philly has yet to win on the road, and that should continue in Houston.
The Memphis Grizzlies are another team that have yet to record a win away from home, and they look to be in tough against the 7-4 Utah Jazz who are playing only their 4th home game of the season. The LA Clippers are at the top of the heap in the Western Conference, and they should have little difficulty maintaining that lead when they host Brooklyn on Monday night.
NBA Parlay Picks – Tuesday November 15 – Cavaliers, Trail Blazers, Lakers
I avoided the Cavaliers last week, but I am taking them on Tuesday night because I believe we may get them at a decent price versus the Raptors. The Portland Trail Blazers have looked very good to start the season, and while they look to be evenly matched with the Celtics, I think home court advantage given them the edge here.
I’m not quite ready to hop on board the LA Lakers train, but I do believe that they have more than enough to take out the Brooklyn Nets, who are 0-2 on the road so far.
NBA Parlay Picks – Wednesday November 16 – Celtics, Hawks, Nuggets
The Dallas Mavericks are proving to be as advertised, which means they are not very good. I think they will pose little threat to the Celtics in the Garden on Wednesday night. The Bucks and the Hawks looks like a very good match-up, as both figure to be playoff bound at the end of the season. I expect a close one here, but the Hawks are 5-1 at home, and look very tough to beat in the ATL.
Not the most glamorous game on the NBA schedule, but the match-up between the Denver Nuggets and Phoenix Suns is one that I like for this ticket. The Nuggets are winless at home this season, but I like them to break that goose egg here.
NBA Parlay Picks – Friday November 18 – Pacers, Thunder, Warriors
It’s beat up on the Suns week for me, as I like them to lose again on Friday night, this time with a trip into Indiana to face a Pacers team that is 4-1 at home this year. The Nets are another team that I believe are going to be a whipping boy this season, and they look to be seriously overmatched on the road at OKC.
I avoided Golden State in my parlay tickets last week, but much like the Cavaliers in an earlier ticket this week, I think we get them at a decent price on the road in Boston on Friday.