2015 NBA Multi Nov 5


A great start to our multi last week saw us miss out on a huge payday with just one of our legs failing.

The San Antonio Spurs travel to take on the Washinton Wizards and extend their winning streak to four matches by picking up the victory. Lamarcus Aldridge has began his transition nicely after a rough start on opening night against the Oklahoma City Thunder and with Kawhi Leonard’s offence improving along with his solid defence that saw him win the defensive player of the year award last year, they will beat the inconsistent Wizards.

The Milwaukee Bucks got their first win of the season in their last match against the Nets and it was the coming out party for Greg Monroe as he played his first dominant match for his new team. The big man is averaging 20 points and just under 10 rebounds and he will continue to be the vocal point for the side. They come up against the 76ers that have been the worst team in the league for years now and despite number 3 overall pick Jahlil Okafor putting up solid numbers, the team is still a few years away from being taken serious.

The Cleveland Cavaliers have bounced back since their opening night loss to the Bulls and Lebron James has is looking refreshed after the offseason. The side is without point guard Kyrie Irving but they have a solid replacement in Mo Williams who has a lot of experience. Kevin Love is also putting up big numbers since his return from a shoulder injury that saw him miss the playoffs last year. They will be too strong for the New York Knicks.

The Houston Rockets picked up their first win of the season and they are at home again taking on the Orlando Magic. Dwight Howard will be looking to have a big game against his former team and James Harden will want to continue his resurgence after struggling over the opening three games. The Rockets will stretch the floor with their three point shooting which will allow Howard to get space down low against the smaller Nikola Vucevic.

Arguably the biggest match of the day will see the undefeated Clippers travel to take on the defending champions and also undefeated Golden State Warriors. After their opening four matches it is possible that Blake Griffin and Stephen Curry are leading the race for the MVP, however Curry has clearly been the monster starter this season as he has averaged just under 40 points and led his steam to four blow out victories including a 50 point win against the Memphis Grizzlies. The Clippers will keep it close but when the Warriors are hot no team stands a chance.

NBA Multi of the Week – All bets placed with Sportsbet

Spurs to defeat Wizards – $1.59
Bucks to defeat 76ers – $1.17
Cavaliers to defeat Knicks – $1.20
Rockets to defeat Magic – $1.20
Warriors to defeat Clippers – $1.31

Total Odds: $3.51

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