NBA Multi bet of the Weekend | June 15

NBA Multibet of the Weekend
NBA Tips and Multi bet of the Weekend| June 15 

The first leg of our three leg multi for Game 3 hit with ease, with Kyrie Irving scoring 35 points after we included him at even money to score just 25. Unfortunately, that was where the hits ended, with both Jrue Holiday and Luka Doncic failing to crash the boards to the extent that we needed to for the multi to come through. We’ll direct some of our attention elsewhere for Game 4, as we attempt to finish the season in potentially its last game on a high note. Take a look at our three-leg multi for the game below. 

Boston Celtics @ Dallas Mavericks

Kyrie Irving to score 30+ points @ $3.30 | PlayUp 

We’re going back to the well with Kyrie after he hit for us in Game 3, but this time we’ll take it a step further and put him in as the primary value add for the multi. Irving was excellent in Game 3, bouncing back from a really poor start to the season with a strong game. He was aggressive from the outset and ultimately ended up taking 28 shots, but importantly they weren’t wasted and he was relatively efficient en route to his 35 points. An interesting feature of Irving’s playoffs has been his tendency to either not play particularly well, or to play really well – at least in terms of scoring production – with not a whole lot coming in between. In fact, there is some pretty compelling evidence about his likelihood of scoring 30 points once he gets to 25 that makes this look like a much better value bet than the even money market for him to score 25. Out of his 20 playoff games to date this postseason, he has scored at least 25 points on seven occasions. He has also made it to 30 points on seven occasions. That is to say, not once this postseason has Irving scored between 25 and 30 points. Generally, if he gets going he is putting together big games, and if he doesn’t he is falling short of 25 points anyway. His strike rate of seven out of 20 games with 30+ points would have this at odds of under $3, so at $3.30, coming off a big game in Game 3, and with the knowledge that he needs to have another big one to keep the Mavericks’ season alive for at least one more game, this looks like a really good bet to add a lot of value to our multi. 

Boston Celtics @ Dallas Mavericks

Luka Doncic to record a triple-double @ $3.20 | BlueBet 

So it’s safe to say that we are going for a little bit of a hail mary with this multi, but both this and the Irving bet, while at relatively long odds, look like pretty good value. Doncic didn’t get near a triple-double in Game 3, and not just because he got fouled out with a few minutes to go. With a 27-6-6 stat line he wasn’t getting near it anyway, but that alone doesn’t take away from the fact that he has been picking up TDs far more regularly of late than the odds available with NBA betting sites would suggest. In fact, harking back to halfway through the Western Conference Semi-Finals against the Thunder, Doncic has had a triple double more often than not, recording the statistical achievement in six of his last 11 games. What’s more, he will come out hot after being fouled out during crunch time of Game 3 and being forced to watch on as the Celtics beat his Mavericks by seven points for the second consecutive game, so expected him to be breathing fire in Game 4 as he attempts to stave off an NBA Finals sweep. Doncic is rarely all that far away from a triple double, and given that he has been getting there more often than not over the past few weeks, he looks like really good value here at more than $3. 

Boston Celtics @ Dallas Mavericks

Derrick White to score over 11.5 points @ $1.30 

It might be a bit of a random one to finish it, but this is an anchor that really should come through, and with a couple of longer odds legs above we’re more than happy to end with one that is a little more likely and offers a little less value. Derrick White’s value to the Celtics has been plain to see all season long, but in the playoffs he has only furthered his standing in the NBA community with his consistent play and reliability at both ends of the floor. Offensively, White has shown a previously absent ability to score heavily, but with Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown doing the bulk of the heavy lifting that isn’t really his role within this team. Instead, he moves around as a constant outside threat, sometime playmaker and somebody with an ability to get to the basket when need be, and he has been scoring remarkably consistently over the past few games. Going back to the last game of the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals against the Cavaliers, White has now scored at least 13 points in eight consecutive games. He doesn’t often go all that far past it – he’s had one 23-point game in that time and the rest have seen him score 18 or less – but he is remarkably consistent both in how many shots he takes and how many shots he makes. Having scored 13 points or more for eight consecutive games, there is good reason to think that he will do it again in Game 4, and at around $1.30 this is a nice little value add to round out our multi. 

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James is a sports writer from Melbourne, and has contributed to a variety of publications covering a range of sports including basketball, cricket, Australian Rules, golf and surfing to name a few. An avid fan of all of the above and more, James’ downtime is spent falling ungracefully off his surfboard, turning over footies and playing an out of tune guitar.