NBA Multi bet of the Weekend | November 3-5

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NBA Tips and Multi bet of the Weekend| November 3-5

The second weekend of the new NBA season promises to be as action-packed at the last, with an excellent fixture list out there for all levels of NBA multi bet punter to get stuck into. 

Catching the eye with many Aussie bookmakers is the fascinating battle between the Denver Nuggets and the Dallas Mavericks, a game that could have a huge impact on both franchise’s respective seasons. 

Elsewhere, the Boston Celtics will be looking to keep their good start to the season going at the Brooklyn Nets, whilst the LA Lakers will be looking for exactly the same at Orlando Magic. 

Denver Nuggets vs Dallas Mavericks

4th November 2023, 15.00 – Ball Arena, Denver

Defending NBA champions Denver Nuggets have been in electrifying form in their opening games this season and they face their sternest test of the season yet against the Dallas Mavericks. 

For the Nuggets, getting off to a fast start this term felt key and they are already being tipped by many of the best betting sites to be fully in the mix for NBA glory again in 2024. 

They will be all too aware of the challenge facing them this weekend though, as Luka Doncic brings his Dallas Mavericks side to town, for a blockbuster clash. The Mavericks ran out of steam when it mattered last term, but they too look to have the bit between their teeth this season, as they look to clinch the NBA title. 

Calling the winner of this one is tough but both sides prioritise attacking over defending and there could be plenty of points bagged for both sides here at the Ball Arena.   
Best Bet: Over 229.5 points in the match @ $2.05 (PlayUp)

Orlando Magic vs LA Lakers

5th November 2023, 12.00 – Amway Centre, Orlando

Two sides that will be doing all they can to break into their respective play-off places this season face off as Orlando Magic welcome the LA Lakers. The Eastern Conference remains a large hill for Orlando Magic to climb in the NBA structure but recent recruitments have given both the franchise and its fans cause for optimism and they are being tipped to crack the top 8 with a few reputable betting apps

Meanwhile, LeBron James’s LA Lakers have won 2, lost 2 this term and are already showing signs of the inconsistency that blighted their performances in recent seasons. 
It is of course very early on in the season however and with the Lakers managing to come up clutch last week to see off the Magic, they will be confident they can repeat the feat this weekend too and leave Orlando with a useful win in the bag. 

Best Bet: LA Lakers to win the match @ $1.85 (GetSetBet)

Brooklyn Nets vs Boston Celtics

5th November 2023, 14.00 – Barclays Centre, New York

The battle for Eastern Conference glory is always one that creates plenty of movement with both domestic and international betting sites and in the Brooklyn Nets and the Boston Celtics, two favourites for the title face off in only the second weekend of the season. 
Despite having some huge players on their roster, the Brooklyn Nets really struggled in 2023, with off-court issues shrouding the on-court performances but they looked to have turned a page this season, despite a couple of tight losses against the Mavericks and the Cavaliers. 

For the Boston Celtics, this is a real chance to put down a marker, with the greens the only side in the Eastern Conference possessing a 100% winning record currently. These two sides have had some epic battles over the years and this promises to be another one and the Boston Celtics have so much big game knowhow that they should come out on top in this one. 

Best Bet: Boston Celtics to win the match @ $1.95 (BlueBet).  

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Sport has always been an integral part of Sam’s life, with his youth spent pursuing a playing career in both cricket and tennis, where he was fortunate enough to represent his native Wales at junior levels. Upon graduating from the University of Worcester, UK in 2011, Sam combined his two greatest passions – sport and travel, forging a freelance career as a tennis coach and a freelance journalist, visiting all 7 continents in the process. Having lived in Australia for over 2 years, Sam has a burning passion for AFL and follows every game he possibly can.