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NBA tips: Back the Celtics and Bucks in our Wednesday 4-fold

13 Dec | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
NBA tips: Back the Celtics and Bucks in our Wednesday 4-fold

Boston's home form should see them beat the Nuggets, while Milwaukee should extend a strong run of form against the Pelicans.

Orlando Magic to beat Los Angeles Clippers – {OODS:219750282:20/23}

The Magic have been poor on the road this season but have been much better on home court, winning six of 12 so far.

That should continue against the inconsistent Clippers, who have won their last two but lost the previous four.

Los Angeles have only won four of 12 on the road all season, and just three of nine against Eastern Conference teams.

Boston Celtics to beat Denver Nuggets – {ODDS:219750808:2/7}

The Celtics are coming off a tricky three-game road trip in which they lost twice, but they should return to form at home to the Nuggets.

Denver have lost three of their last five and could struggle with fatigue on Wednesday night in what is their sixth successive away game.

Boston have been excellent at home all season, with 12 wins and just two losses, while the Nuggets have lost 10 of 15 on their travels.

Miami Heat to beat Portland Trail Blazers – {ODDS:219750991:5/7}

The Trail Blazers have lost five on the bounce and now face a Heat team that have won consecutive games by 12 points or more.

Miami’s two defeats in their last five games came against the Spurs and Warriors – who are the West’s second- and third-best teams – while they’ve won five of their last nine despite playing at home just twice.

That four of Portland’s five straight defeats were at home shows how poorly they’re playing at the moment, and it’s hard to see them winning on Wednesday night.

Milwaukee Bucks to beat New Orleans Pelicans – {ODDS:219751359:21/20}

Milwaukee have won six of their last seven games, with the only defeat in that run coming against the Celtics in Boston.

Expect them to earn their fourth successive victory against a Pelicans team that have won just three of their last nine.

The Bucks have won nine of 13 at home this season, and should dominate New Orleans’ 29th-ranked defence.

*Odds subject to change.