Top NBA Parlay Picks of the Week (November 28 - December 4)

Top NBA Parlay Picks of the Week (November 28 – December 4)

Written by on November 28, 2016

We are about a month into the NBA season so what have we learned thus far? Well, you shouldn’t be betting on the likes of the Mavericks, Timberwolves, Magic and Wizards as they have been the worst against the spread teams thus far. Here are three NBA betting games I would parlay together this week.

Top NBA Parlay Picks of the Week (November 28 – December 4)

Orlando Magic at San Antonio Spurs, Tuesday

Orlando is 15-40 all-time vs. San Antonio (11-16 at home, 4-24 on the road) during the regular season, including 0-2 last season. The Magic have lost 10 straight meetings with the Spurs (last win: Dec. 23, 2010 @ Orlando, 123-101). Orlando has dropped the last seven on the road (last win @ San Antonio:  Jan. 11, 2009, 105-98). in the first meeting last year, San Antonio defeated the Magic 107-92 at the AT&T Center on 2/1. LaMarcus Aldridge had 28 points (9-13 FG, 10-12 FT) in 32 minutes and guard Patty Mills 22 points (9-13 FG, 3-4 3FG, 1-1 FT). In the loss, Orlando’s Nikola Vucevic (20 points, 10 rebounds) and Aaron Gordon (12 points, 16 rebounds) each posted double-doubles. In the second game, playing their final game before the All-Star break, the Spurs earned a 98-96 win over the Magic at the Amway Center on 2/10. San Antonio trailed 79-67 entering the fourth quarter before rallying for the comeback victory. Kawhi Leonard tallied 11 of his game-high 29 points in the final period, including the game-winner with 0.9 seconds remaining. Go Spurs here.

Indiana Pacers at Portland Trail Blazers, Wednesday

An NBA TV game and it should be high scoring. Indiana head coach Nate McMillan served as Portland’s head coach for six-plus seasons from 2005-12. McMillan finished his Portland tenure with an overall record of 266-269. Portland swept the season series from Indiana last year, and has now won four consecutive games against the Pacers. After Indiana won nine consecutive games over Portland from March 17, 2004 to Feb. 9, 2008, the Trail Blazers have won 11 of the past 15 contests between these two teams. Portland has won seven consecutive games against Indiana at the Moda Center. The Pacers last won in Portland on Nov. 28, 2007. Damian Lillard averaged a team-high 29.5 points and shot 10-of-17 from the three-point line in two games against Indiana last season. Indiana won’t have superstar Paul George for this game as he’s dealing with a sore left ankle. While he’s out, Glenn Robinson III figures to get a couple more starts with C.J. Miles (knee) on the sidelines. Love Portland here.

Houston Rockets at Golden State Warriors, Thursday

This should be the highest-scoring game of the week and it’s the second game of the TNT doubleheader. The Warriors are scorching hot right now and are starting to look like the super team we all expected after they added Kevin Durant this offseason. The Warriors suffered their last loss on November 4, to the Lakers (117-97 at the STAPLES Center). The Warriors’ double-digit win streak marks the 9th time in NBA history a team has posted a double-digit winning streak in four consecutive seasons. In Saturday’s home win over Minnesota, Durant became the first Warriors player in franchise history to ever record at least 20 points, 10 rebounds, five assists and five blocks in a game, finishing with 28 points, 10 rebounds, five assists and a career-high six blocks. The Warriors are ranked 1st in scoring, assists, steals and field goal percentage. The Warriors were 3-0 in the 2015-16 regular season vs. Houston and have won eight straight overall vs. the Rockets. Take Golden State on NBA betting to complete the all-home team parlay.