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Let’s all take a moment to have pity on the Brooklyn Nets. They have never won an NBA championship, they have bounced from East Rutherford to Brooklyn since joining the NBA, they bombed out when they acquired Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce, and they bombed out again when they put Kevin Durant, James Harden and Kyrie Irving together.

They are forever playing second fiddle to the New York Knicks in the nation’s largest media market, and they are an increasingly overlooked afterthought on the New York sports scene, especially with all of the hullabaloo surrounding New York Giants quarterback Tony DeVito as he tries to lead Big Blue back from the dead and into the NFL playoffs.

DeVito grabbed both the front page and the back page of the New York Post today and you had to dig deep in that tabloid to learn how the Nets defeated the Phoenix Suns on the road Wednesday night against their former comrade, Kevin Durant.

That was the most high-quality victory for a Nets team that is 13-10 (a better record than the Suns), but nobody believes that Jacque Vaughn’s team is going anywhere as long as Ben Simmons remains an incredibly overpaid underachiever. When that is your most gripping storyline, you are not exactly an endearing team.

Tonight, the Nets have to play at altitude on the second night of a road back-to-back against the other Western Conference NBA Finals favorite, the Denver Nuggets. They are 9.5–point underdogs, tying the Cavs for the biggest ‘dog status on tonight’s seven-game NBA slate.

But you know what? They are leading the league in something all gamblers care about, and with that tantalizing nugget we bring you to tonight’s four-leg parlay. We endeavor to bring you both surprises and riches.

Best NBA Parlays Today – Thursday, December 14: 4-Leg Parlay Picks (+1841)

Leg-1 Parlay Pick: Brooklyn Nets + 9.5 at Denver Nuggets (-110)

Brooklyn leads the NBA with a 17-5-1 record against the spread, a conversion rate of 77.3 percent. They were 4 ½-point underdogs vs. Phoenix and won by 4, and they have now covered in eight of their last 10 games and had double-digit victory margins in four of those games. They are eighth in the East at the midpoint of their five-game Western trip, and they’ll get to see the Nuggets again in eight days when Denver visits Kings County. The Nets are 6-3-0 ATS as a road underdog this season.

The Pick: Nets + 9.5 at Denver (-110).

Leg-2 Parlay Pick: Oklahoma City Thunder + 2.5 at Sacramento Kings (-115)

There are four NBA teams that are converting at an above-70 percent rate against the spread, and when it comes to ATS record as road underdogs, only one team is unbeaten: The Thunder at 4-0-1. You do not hear much about the second-place team in the West if you watch a lot of ESPN, which is enamored of two things and two things only: Draymond Green, and the Los Angeles Lakers. Sooner or later they are going to have to acknowledge that Minnesota and Oklahoma City are sitting 1-2 in the big, bad West, and the Thunder have the best road record (7-3) in the entire NBA.

The Pick: Thunder + 2.5 at Sacramento (-115)

Leg-3 Parlay Pick: Minnesota Timberwolves-Dallas Mavericks over 230.5 (-110)

The Mavericks are taking a four-game winning streak into tonight’s game against the first-place team in the West, which is why they are a 2.5-point favorite against a very solid Wolves team that has a 7-4 road record and is 12-3 against teams from the Western Conference. What bears noting in this matchup is how both teams are trending in over/unders. Minnesota is 3-1-0 on overs as a road ‘dog and 4-2-0 as an underdog of any type, while Dallas has gone over in 17 of 23 games and has gone over by a comfortable margin in five straight. Moreover, 230.5 is five points lower than the over/under the Mavericks eclipsed by 16.5 points last time out vs. the Lakers.

The Pick: Timberwolves-Mavericks over 230.5 (-110)

Leg-4 Parlay Pick: Golden State Warriors moneyline at Los Angeles Clippers (+185)

If you have a television, there is no way you have not seen Draymond Green smack Jusuf Nurkic of the Suns 10 dozen times over the past two days. Green’s indefinite suspension was all anybody on ESPN was talking about Thursday morning, and the talking heads were all playing armchair psychologists on this one because they all attended medical school, not journalism school. Sheesh. Memo to Disney: Draymond flying off the handle is nothing new, and the Warriors are accustomed to it. The Warriors also have a winning pedigree even though they have started slow again this season, and they have the best player on the court in Steph Curry. The 5.5-point spread is the largest they have had all season as a ‘dog, which to us screams overreaction.

The Pick: Warriors moneyline at Clippers. (+185).

Put those four picks together and you get a parlay price of +1841, meaning a $10 wager would return $194.19. Good luck!

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