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Tuesday NBA acca tips and predictions: Bet the Bucks, Heat and Spurs to win

The hunt for the NBA playoffs continues on Tuesday night as teams including the New York Knicks and the Miami Heat jostle for seeding.

We have selected a handful of games in the NBA on Tuesday night (the early hours of Wednesday morning in the UK) and have come up with an acca to boost your coffers.

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Tuesday’s NBA acca 

Philadelphia 76ers -11.5 (spread)

Dallas Mavericks -11.5 (spread)

Milwaukee Bucks (moneyline)

Toronto Raptors +14.5 (spread)

Miami Heat -2.5 (spread)

San Antonio Spurs (moneyline)

Detroit Pistons @ Philadelphia 76ers (Wed 00:05 BST) 

The Detroit Pistons head to Philadelphia to take on the 76ers, who secured an amazing win against the San Antonio Spurs in double overtime.

Tyrese Maxey was scorching hot, logging a career-high 52 points, five rebounds and seven assists while playing for 54 minutes.  

Philadelphia should be able to use this momentum to take down the worst team in the NBA, the Detroit Pistons. 



Dallas Mavericks @ Charlotte Hornets (Wed 00:05 BST) 

The Dallas Mavericks head to Charlotte to take on the Hornets - and should win comfortably. 

Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving have amazing chemistry and have helped the Dallas Mavericks to clinch fifth in the Western Conference standings.

The Mavericks play with so much speed and on-ball creativity, which should be too hot for the Hornets’ defence to handle. 



Boston Celtics @ Milwaukee Bucks (Wed 00:35 BST) 

The Boston Celtics take on the Milwaukee Bucks in a match-up that has enough potential to be seen again in the Eastern Conference final if both teams live up to their expectations.  

Boston's terrific defence has led them to 62 wins and 16 losses, it could go their way if they pressure Damian Lillard, forcing him to take tough shots while also doubling Giannis Antetokounmpo, forcing him to turnover the ball.  

But with the Milwaukee Bucks being one of the best offensive teams in the league with two-time MVP Antetokounmpo, and one of the best three-point shooters in the league in Lillard, the Bucks can cause problems if both of these players are scorching hot.  

This could be a classic and a preview to see which team is capable of reaching the NBA Finals - but we like the look of the Bucks at 21/20 with Planet Sport Bet. 



Indiana Pacers @ Toronto Raptors (Wed 00:05 BST) 

The Indiana Pacers head to Canada to face off against the Toronto Raptors. This will be a very interesting game as both teams are unpredictable.  

The Indiana Pacers had two back-to-back wins against the first seed, Oklahoma Thunder, and the Miami Heat and could light things up if they continue to use this momentum.  

But the Toronto Raptors also just came off back-to-back wins against the Milwaukee Bucks and the Washington Wizards.  



Miami Heat @ Atlanta Hawks (Weds 00:35 BST) 

The Miami Heat are currently in play-off form, while the Atlanta Hawks are on thin ice, playing in the play-in seeking to make the playoff once again. With the Miami Heat healthy, this shouldn’t be too hard of a game to get an easy win.
With no Trae Young, a player having a good year averaging 26.4 points per game, it will be hard for the Atlanta Hawks to get their offence going.  The Miami Heat are on a quest to reach the NBA Finals again, while the Atlanta Hawks are just in the way. 



San Antonio Spurs @ Memphis Grizzlies (Weds 01:05 BST) 

This will be an interesting match-up as the San Antonio Spurs head to Memphis, taking on the Grizzlies.  
Both teams are currently the worst in the Western Conference.  

The Grizzlies have struggled with injuries. With their best player, Ja Morant, being out for the remainder of the season due to a labral tear in his right shoulder, the Grizzlies haven’t been able to find their true identity without him.  

On the other hand, the young Spurs have found their identity through Victor Wembanyama. This rookie has been nothing short of incredible. At 7ft 4ins, he’s currently averaging 21 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks per game. This kid is going to be a hassle for Jaren Jackson Jr to handle at guard, but don’t forget Jackson Jr was the 2022-23 Kia NBA Defensive Player of the Year.  

This match-up will be very entertaining but we are backing the Spurs to be victorious. 



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