Top NBA Parlay Picks for the Weekend

Posted by Aaron . on March 31, 2016 in

Not only do parlay picks make watching NBA action even more exciting, but they also offer you a chance to grow your sports gambling account at a much faster pace — if you’re right. Let’s take a look at some of the more promising NBA betting parlay opportunities in the Association for this weekend.

Top NBA Parlay Picks for the Weekend

Friday: Charlotte over Philadelphia / Washington over Phoenix

Let’s see. Phoenix doesn’t play defense at all, and the Wizards (especially Bradley Beal) are angry about their lackluster loss in Sacramento on Wednesday night. That tells me that John Wall and Beal are about to run roughshod all over the Arizona desert. Then you have a Hornets team that is working hard to solidify some playoff positioning while hosting a Sixers team that is gleefully jogging toward yet another lottery (do you think they’ll do a four-peat and pick ANOTHER center with injury issues for the fourth straight year?) Even with a nine- or ten-point line I like the Hornets in this one.

Friday: Golden State over Boston / Toronto over Memphis

The Celtics have been having their collective hide tanned all over the West Coast on this road trip. Golden State is locked in on that win record, and I see them shredding a Boston defense that suddenly has forgotten their harassing and pesky ways that got them into a contending spot in the East this year. Toronto just won their 50th game of the season and is just two games behind the Cavs for the top spot in the East. Memphis just got back Zack Randolph but couldn’t hold off the lowly Nuggets in Denver. I like Toronto to pick up win #51 in Elvis’ homeland.

Saturday: Portland over Miami / San Antonio over Toronto

I like the Raptors a lot, but the Spurs are deadly at home — and the Raptors are on the second night of a road back-to-back here. As well as the Raptors have been playing this line will be low, and San Antonio will cover it fairly easily. Then you have Miami heading from Sacramento on Friday night to Portland to play the next night. The Trail Blazers are a grueling team to play because of the speed of their transition game, and the Heat are three time zones away from home.

Sunday: Oklahoma City over Houston / Utah over Phoenix

With the Suns right now, my rule is that I always pick against them. They don’t guard opponents, and their offense is not reliable either. Utah is a solid team trying to fight off the Mavericks and Rockets for one of the last playoff spots in the West. Oklahoma City just got finished beating the Spurs on Saturday and then the Raptors on Monday (on the road), winning each game by 19 points. They’ll be locked in on a Houston team that is trying their best to win games but simply doesn’t have the defensive stamina to stop Durant and Westbrook.