Best NBA Picks and Parlay today, Thursday 11-9-23 +872 odds: Milwaukee Bucks need the win!

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It’s a rather quiet night on Thursday in the NBA with just 4 teams hitting the hardwood, but that doesn’t mean The Bet Club experts can’t have a dab at another parlay win. We have had 6 Parlay winners this season and we not stepping there. Check out my NBA Picks and Parlay for tonight small slate.

Tonight’s NBA Picks and Parlay

Let’s dive into this NBA parlay on 11-9-23!

MIL Bucks 1-10 win margin (+170)

ATL Hawks 11+ win margin (+260)

Parlay odds: +872

NBA Pick: Milwaukee Bucks 1-10 win margin vs Indiana Pacers (+170)

The Bucks are slowly adjusting to life with Damian Lillard. At 5-2 they are top of the Central Division, but most people will still tell you the end product of the trade that went down this offseason will be seen in April, May and June. Until then, the Bucks still have a ton of work left to do. All of their wins so far this season have been decided by fewer than 10 points, so despite their head-to-head dominance against Indiana lately (9 wins in 10 games), this could be a close game.

The Pacers are also off to a solid start to the season with 5 wins in 8 games, and in 2 of their last 3 they’ve connected on 20 and 22 threes, so that’s something the Bucks will have to take note of. Tyrese Haliburton will be a tough challenge for Milwaukee’s defense. He has the Pacers playing at the 2nd-fastest pace in the NBA while also having the best offensive rating numbers. With a high projected points total, I’m expecting the teams to exchange buckets all night long and hopefully it’s a close finish with Giannis and Dame taking over late.

NBA Pick: Atlanta Hawks 11+ win margin vs Orlando Magic (+260)

To close out the parlay I have the Atlanta Hawks winning big against the Orlando Magic. Both teams have started the season at 4-3, but I would argue the Hawks have had the tougher schedule so far. They already have double-digit wins against the Bucks, Timberwolves and Pelicans. Trae Young is playing at an exceptional level and they are 9-2 SU in their last 11 meetings with Orlando, while covering the spread in 7 of the last 10 head-to-head.

The Magic are coming off a 117-102 loss to Dallas, and 2 of their 3 losses this season have been by more than 11 points. It will be hard for them to keep up with the Hawks’ pace as the Magic rank 18 spots below Atlanta in possessions per game this season. During the 10 most recent head-to-head games, the Hawks have averaged 10.1 points per game more, with 8 of those games being decided by 10 or more points. Thursday’s game has a potential to be a blowout, so let’s hope Young and Murray have it going early.

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