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NBA Thursday betting specials, parlay odds and free basketball tips

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Between the shock trade requests, huge upsets and playoff posturing, the NBA can’t go a day without creating huge headlines and big punting opportunities.

We have six matches scheduled for Thursday and the top three teams will take to the court in what looks like a bumper day of action.

One of the biggest matches of the season will take place in Toronto this Thursday when the Bucks challenge the Raptors.

The Giannis Antetokounmpo and Kawhi Leonard match-up will be one to keep an eye on as the titans of the east clash.

Greg Popovich will coach his Spurs against the Nets, who have been one of the best teams this past month, winning eight of the last 10.

The top seed in the Western Conference, Golden State, will host the Philadelphia 76ers in what will be one of the hottest matches of the day.

The LA Clippers will host the LA Lakers in what could be a very interesting match for both sides, especially considering the situation the Lakers find themselves in.

NBA Thursday January 31st Parlay

Magic to beat the Pacers @ -128.21
Raptors to beat the Bucks @ -136.99
Spurs to beat the Nets @ -333.33
Warriors to beat the 76ers @ -500
Clippers to beat the Lakers @ -232.56

Combined parlay odds @ +586

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NBA Thursday 31st parlay analysis

Considering the Pacers will be without Oladipo and are coming off a back-to-back, it would be difficult for them to win the match.

The Orlando Magic have managed to lose their past four matches, but will take this opportunity with open arms.

Nikola Vucevic, the Magic centre, will have a slight advantage over the tired Myles Turner, who will have a hard time over the fresh and experienced centre.

The Bucks and Raptors are tough to split, but we’re taking home-court advantage in Toronto — get ready for a thriller.

Between the instant improvement from Pascal Siakam and the All-Star calibre talent from Kawhi Leonard, the Raptors have enough defensive pressure to quell Giannis and the Bucks.

The Nets may have won eight of their last 10, but have done so against some lighter competition.

The Spurs in San Antonio have being second to none, winning 20 of their 27 home matches, a record that will only improve against Brooklyn.

A Simple reason why the Warriors will beat the 76ers is because of their ridiculous starting five.

Between double MVP players Steph Curry and Kevin Durant, it is almost impossible to stop the scoring flurry, but when you throw in Klay Thompson and DeMarcus Cousins, it becomes a joke.

The LA showdown will be won by the Clippers.

Without Lonzo Ball and LeBron James, the Lakers lack playmakers.

The Clippers will utilise the scoring capacity of Lou Williams off the bench, which will be a huge problem for the Lakers, who have nobody to capably guard the experienced sixth man.

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