The 2022-23 NBA season continues on Sunday, March 12th, with 12 teams in action.
Take a look at a strong parlay for tonight’s action, featuring the Anthony Davis, Damian Lillard, and Oklahoma City Thunder.
NBA Parlay Leg #1: Anthony Davis Over 26.5 Points (-115)
Anthony Davis is currently 12th in the league in scoring as he is averaging 26.1 points per game while shooting 56.3% from the field. The Los Angeles Lakers star has scored at least 27 points in 21 of his 42 games played this season, including nine of 14 games played without co-star LeBron James. In those contests, the eight-time All-Star has averaged 28.1 points per game while shooting 53.3% from the field. Furthermore, in Davis’ only previous matchup with the New York Knicks, he finished with 27 points on 9-16 shooting. Look for Davis to have much more volume and once again finish with at least 27 points.
NBA Parlay Leg #2: Damian Lillard Over 30.5 Points (-118)
Damian Lillard is currently third in the league in scoring as he is averaging 32.1 points per game while shooting 46.6% from the field, 37.3% from three-point range and 91.9% from the free-throw line. The Portland Trail Blazers star has scored at least 31 points in 28 of his 54 games played this season, including 18 of his past 26 contests. Over that stretch, Lillard has averaged 37.2 points per game while shooting 49.6% from the field, 38.9% from three-point range and 94.6% from the free-throw line. In his only matchup with the New Orleans Pelicans this season, Lillard finished with 41 points. Look for the the seven-time All-Star to finish with at least 31 points on Sunday.
NBA Parlay Leg #3: Oklahoma City Thunder -2.5 (-110)
Despite winning three of their past five games, including a shocking victory over the Denver Nuggets in their most recent outing, the 17-49 San Antonio Spurs remain among the worst teams in the league. Meanwhile, the Oklahoma City Thunder have managed to exceed expectations and remain in the Western Conference postseason hunt. Oklahoma City has defeated San Antonio in both meetings this season, by eight and 16 points. Look for the Thunder to once again defeat the Spurs by at least three points.