NBA Parlay Picks for Sunday, March 26, 2023

NBA Sunday, March 26 Parlay Picks

I guess it’s a good thing I hit a three-team NBA parlay a little bit ago because my picks have failed to connect recently. We still have a few weeks left in the regular season providing more opportunities to cash that winning ticket with a good slate of games to choose from on Sunday, March 26. Now, to be clear I failed in that I didn’t hit a multi-team parlay and as you know all bets must win to cash a ticket. I’ve actually had a winning record on the individual bets but haven’t had them all on the same card, which is just another reason why NBA parlays are tough to win. But long odds and a potential huge payout keep us coming back. I won last week with the Clippers covering the spread against Portland but came up a few points short of going OVER the 246 total in San Antonio’s 126-118 win over Atlanta. It’s time to dive into the schedule and see where we can make some money on an NBA parlay for March 26.

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NBA Schedule for Sunday, March 26

Dallas at Charlotte, 1 p.m. ET

Chicago at LA Lakers, 3:30 p.m. ET

Memphis at Atlanta, 6 p.m. ET (NBA TV)

San Antonio at Boston, 6 p.m. ET

Houston at Cleveland, 6 p.m. ET

Washington at Toronto, 6 p.m. ET

Oklahoma City at Portland, 7 p.m. ET

Minnesota at Golden State, 8:30 p.m. ET (NBA TV)

NBA Parlay Picks for Sunday, March 26, 2023

Memphis/Atlanta UNDER

Houston ATS

Golden State ATS

Payout: $100 to win $595

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It’s always easy to consider backing the OVER when two teams that struggle to defend get together. I was baited into that wager in Atlanta’s tilt with the Spurs last week. They scored plenty of points except oddsmakers also adjusted setting the total ridiculously high. The closing number of 246 was the second-highest in a Hawks game this season. The clubs tried to make me a winner however they ran out of time. Led by 26.8 points per game from Trae Young, the Hawks have the fifth-best scoring offense in the NBA while also ranking 24th in points allowed and field goal percentage defense.

I won’t be tricked into the same mistake for Sunday’s game with Memphis. The total won’t be as high but it will be up there. Playing six straight games with a total of at least 237, the Hawks cashed the UNDER in four of them. Memphis can also score, but the Griz are more efficient on defense boasting the top-ranked field goal percentage unit while holding opponents to an average of 112 points. The Griz also cash the UNDER in nearly 60 percent of their road games making this an easy choice.

Looking at the totality of the season we see the Rockets’ record and conclude they are bad. Well, that’s partially right. Losing to Golden State on Monday dropped their record to 18-54, worst in the Western Conference and better than only Detroit in the entire NBA. So it would be easy to bet against them in this matchup with the Cavs, who have the second-best home record in the East. Since March 4, though, the Rockets are a .500 team going 5-5 with impressive wins over Boston and the Lakers while going 6-3-1 ATS. They will be significant dogs in this game and the line will be enough to have me back the visitors.

Thanks to their dominant play at home the defending champs remain in the postseason hunt in the West. It’s hard to explain the disparity in Golden State’s home/road splits and even team members can’t do it. One thing is certain; the Dubs play much better and efficiently at Chase Center, which is why I’m backing them in their contest with Minnesota. The Dubs own the third-best home record in the Association and have the best cover rate at 68.6 percent. They’ve also won and covered their last five home games against the Wolves.

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