Top NBA Parlay Picks of the Week (Oct. 31 – Nov. 4)

Written by on October 31, 2016

Week 2 of the NBA season is upon us, which means that it’s time to gaze into the crystal ball to see if we can come up with some winning parlay tickets. The opening week proved to be a good one, as our parlay picks went 3-1 to deliver a tidy little profit. The only team that let us down last week were the Golden State Warriors, who we had beating the Spurs on opening night. Other than that, all went well, and we have some money to wager with this weekend. I am still going to be playing it relatively safe, but will, in the coming weeks, start throwing in some better odds picks in hopes of increasing the profits. In this early part of the season, it’s all about building a healthy bankroll. Let’s take a closer look at our NBA parlay picks for Week 2.

In Depth Analysis On The Top NBA Parlay Picks of the Week (Oct. 31 – Nov. 4)


NBA Parlay Monday October 31 – Raptors, Hawks, Clippers

The Raptors and Nuggets head into Halloween night with a 1-1 record, but I think it’s the Raptors who have the edge here. The Nuggets lost their only road game so far, and will go 0-2 away from home in this one. The Atlanta Hawks have looked quite good in their opening two games of the season, and I don’t see them having any problem taking care of the Sacramento Kings. Finally, the 2-0 Clippers host the winless Phoenix Suns in what should be a comfortable win for LA.

NBA Parlay Tuesday November 1 – Cavaliers, Timberwolves, Spurs

The champions have opened this season is the same type of style as they finished the last one, and are winning their games by an average of just under 13 PPG. The Houston Rockets will be a good challenge on Tuesday, but one that they pass. The Minnesota Timberwolves may have started the season 0-2, but both losses came on the road. I like them to take out Memphis when they return home on Tuesday night. The Spurs are rolling right now, and should have no problem remaining unbeaten versus the Utah Jazz.

NBA Parlay Wednesday November 2 – Hornets, Hawks, Jazz

The Philadelphia 76ers are once again proving to be as bad as advertised, and I think they slump to another loss in Charlotte on Wednesday night. If he Hawks can continue to play the sort of defensive ball that has seem them win their opening two games in style, they are going to be tough to beat. I like Atlanta to destroy the Lakers at home. I have the Jazz losing on Tuesday, but I think they bounce back on Wednesday with a win over the Dallas Mavericks.

NBA Parlay Friday November 4 – Raptors, Bulls, Warriors

The Miami heat head out east on Friday to face the Toronto Raptors in a game that I think they will lose by double digits. The Chicago Bulls have what looks to be a pretty straightforward home outing versus the awful New York Knicks, while the Golden State Warriors look to be way too much for the Lakers to handle. If I was to play just one parlay this week, this would be it.