NBA Betting Tips: 13/1 four-fold for Tuesday

 | March 26 | 

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There are four NBA matches taking place on Tuesday night and into the early hours of Wednesday morning, starting with the Los Angeles Lakers travelling to Milwaukee to face the Bucks, and concluding with an interesting Western Conference showdown between Sacramento and Dallas.

Those two matches, along with the Golden State Warriors' trip to Miami and New Orleans' clash with Oklahoma City, feature in our NBA Betting Tips for Tuesday.

NBA Betting Tips - Tuesday, March 26

  • Milwaukee Bucks -8.5 vs Los Angeles Lakers @ 10/11
  • Golden State Warriors -1.5 vs Miami Heat @ 10/11
  • New Orleans Pelicans to beat Oklahoma City Thunder @ 21/20
  • Dallas Mavericks to beat Sacramento Kings @ EVS

Accumulator pays 13.94/1

Milwaukee Bucks -8.5 vs Los Angeles Lakers @ 10/11

The Milwaukee Bucks will put their recent home win streak on the line here when they face the Los Angeles Lakers, live on TNT Sports 2 in the UK.

The Bucks have won their last six games, and things appear to be starting to click under Doc Rivers after a shaky start. They blew out the Oklahoma City Thunder - the best team in the Western Conference - in their last game, and I believe that they'll be able to steamroll the Lakers here.

Both teams are among the highest-scoring teams in the NBA and, while neither has been effective on the opposing side of the floor, the Lakers' defensive woes are heightened on the road. LA is allowing 120 points-per-game on their travels, which is the 25th-worst record in the league.

It will take a lot to slow down Giannis Antetokounmpo, who scored 30 points in the blowout win over OKC, and the Lakers' tendency to turn the ball over will cost them here.

Golden State Warriors -1.5 vs Miami Heat @ 10/11

A crucial, five-game road swing continues for the Golden State Warriors on Tuesday when they visit the Miami Heat.

The Heat have won four of their last six coming into this one, but they're still dealing with a never-ending injury list which I think will play a huge part in this clash.

The Warriors are in serious danger of dropping out of the play-in places, having lost six of their last nine, and they're only one game up on the Houston Rockets for the final postseason spot. Time is running out for Golden State, and they've blown hot and cold all season.

That being said, the Warriors have a winning record on their travels this season (18-15 compared to 18-19 at home), and Steve Kerr knows his side have to show up in South Beach, as it would be a disaster for his team to miss the play-offs altogether.

New Orleans Pelicans to beat Oklahoma City Thunder @ 21/20

I have to say, I think this game will be an absolute cracker.

Two up-and-coming sides, full of offensive firepower will lock horns at the Smoothie King Center on Tuesday night as the New Orleans Pelicans take on the Oklahoma City Thunder.

This could be a potential match-up in the play-offs, and both teams come into the game in decent form. The Pelicans have won five of their past six and nine of 11 since the start of the month, while OKC had won three-straight on the road prior to their defeat to Milwaukee on Sunday.

I'm expecting a response from the Thunder, but New Orleans look too strong for me, which is why I'm siding with them on the money line.

Dallas Mavericks to beat Sacramento Kings @ EVS

We finish our accumulator off with another potential belter out West, as the Dallas Mavericks take on the Sacramento Kings, live on TNT Sports 2 in the UK.

This is the third meeting between the sides, with the Kings winning the first two, so Dallas are out for revenge here.

The Mavs' 113-97 win over Utah marked their third-consecutive victory, as well as their seventh in their last eight, and Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving are proving themselves to be one of the most dynamic duos in the league.

Sacramento have won seven of their last 10, but I don't think they have any answers for the scoring ability of Doncic and Irving - they seem to heating up at just the right time.

I also think Dallas are the better defensive team of the two, and while the Kings can keep this game competitive, I think the Mavs prevail on the money line.

Check out the rest of our NBA Betting Tips here.

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