Looking to place a bet on every NBA game on Monday?
You’ve come to the right place, because I have a best bet for all six games on March 20, following a terrific 10-1 stretch over the last three days.
That’s pushed my season record in the NBA to 245-194-1 (+23.5305 units), and I’m hoping to keep that going to help my loyal readers cash in on The Association the rest of the 2022-23 season.
Here are Monday’s best bets:
NBA best bets record to date
NBA best bets today
- Philadelphia 76ers and Sacramento Kings Moneyline Parlay (-123)
- Andrew Nembhard OVER 19.5 Points and Assists (-110)
- New York Knicks player prop parlay (+100)
- Dallas Mavericks +3 (-110) vs. Memphis Grizzlies
- Houston Rockets +11 (-110) vs. Golden State Warriors
Philadelphia 76ers and Sacramento Kings Moneyline Parlay (-123)
- Sixers ML (-360)
- Kings ML (-240)
We’re starting with a moneyline parlay, something I’ve been dabbling in quite a lot lately.
Yesterday, we hit a Milwaukee Bucks and New Orleans Pelicans moneyline parlay, so I’m going back to the well tonight.
The Philadelphia 76ers are looking to win their ninth straight game when they take on the Chicago Bulls on Monday, and Philly has been dominant as a home favorite going 18-12-1 ATS. The Sixers are also by far the best team in the NBA in net rating over their last 10 games, so I’ll take them to win at 8.5-point favorites.
As for the Kings, the team is 12-5 ATS as road favorite, and now it gets the Utah Jazz, who are down Jordan Clarkson and Collin Sexton and have listed Lauri Markkanen as questionable.
Sacramento has dominated on this road trip, and I don’t expect it’s league best offense to slow down against Utah’s No. 25 defense.
Andrew Nembhard OVER 19.5 Points and Assists (-110)
This season, Andrew Nembhard has thrived with Tyrese Haliburton out of the lineup, and the All-Star guard will miss the Indiana Pacers clash with the Charlotte hornets on Monday.
Nembhard should get the start in his place, and he’s averaging 13.3 points, 6.0 assists and 2.9 rebounds in 15 games without Haliburton this season. Nembhard has really turned it on as of late, clearing this line in four straight contests.
- 3/18 vs. Sixers: 22 points, 2 assists
- 3/16 @ Bucks: 24 points, 5 assists
- 3/13 @ Detroit: 15 points, 7 assists
- 3/11 @Detroit: 19 points, 8 assists
The Hornets are one of the worst defenses in the NBA (21st in defensive rating), so I expect Nembhard to go OVER this number on Monday.
New York Knicks player prop parlay (+100)
- Josh Hart OVER 4.5 Rebounds (-525)
- Julius Randle OVER 6.5 Rebounds (-450)
- Jalen Brunson 18+ Points (-700)
- Immanuel Quickley 8+ Points (-650)
If there’s a team I know the best in the NBA, it’s the New York Knicks, so why not take a little alternate line parlay on some props tonight?
Let’s break them down:
Josh Hart: The Knicks win has picked up five or more boards in 12 of his 14 games with the team, including seven straight with eight or more boards. I’m comfortable taking him to get at least five tonight
Julius Randle: Similar to Hart, Randle has been a beast on the glass all season, averaging over 10 rebounds per game and picking up at least seven in 11 straight games.
Jalen Brunson: After dealing with a foot injury, Brunson returned to score 24 points against Denver on Saturday. He’s averaging 23.8 points per game this season and has at least 18 points in 15 of his last 17 games.
Immanuel Quickley: The potential Sixth Man of the Year is averaging 13.6 points per game on the season, picking up at least eight in 39 of his last 41 games. This is an easy line for him to clear.
Dallas Mavericks +3 (-110) vs. Memphis Grizzlies
I’ll admit, I thought Luka Doncic had a shot to play tonight and bet this line early before he was eventually ruled out. Still, I like this Dallas Mavericks team to cover as a road dog, where they are 10-9 ATS this season.
The Memphis Grizzlies still won’t have Ja Morant on Monday, and Memphis won by just four points at home against these Mavs without both Doncic and Kyrie Irving.
As long as Irving is able to go in this game, Dallas is live to pull off a road upset.
Houston Rockets +11 (-110) vs. Golden State Warriors
There are a ton of reasons to not trust the Rockets, but the Golden State Warriors have been so bad on the road that I’m going to take the double-digit points with Houston.
Golden State is a brutal 3-13 against the spread as a road favorite this season, and it’s mainly because the team ranks 28th in the league in defensive rating away from Chase Center.
Houston held the first meeting between these teams in Houston within seven points, and the Rockets have been playing better as of late, winning three of their last four games.
Keep fading Golden State on the road, since it has won just seven of 36 games there this season.
Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.