O'Sullivan's Sunday NBA Pick: Spurs vs Nets, Grizzlies vs Lakers, Cavaliers vs Warriors: Klay Thompson is back

Klay Thompson is back for the Warriors.

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O'Sullivan's Sunday NBA Pick: Spurs vs Nets, Grizzlies vs Lakers, Cavaliers vs Warriors: Klay Thompson is back

San Antonio Spurs at Brooklyn Nets, 12 pm Eastern, Cleveland Cavaliers at Golden State Warriors, 8:30 pm Eastern, Memphis Grizzlies at Los Angeles Lakers, 9:30 pm Eastern.

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Seattle O’Sullivan 2021-2022 NBA Season so far: 101-123-2, -$401.06

(Standing Caveat: The universe is chaotic. Life is unpredictable. Things happen. Like injuries. And COVID protocols. In following Seattle O’Sullivan’s betting advice, be advised that you should always monitor your bets during the day to make certain unforeseen things have not occurred which might change your wagering opinion. Thank you.)

San Antonio Spurs at Brooklyn Nets, 12 pm Eastern

Cleveland Cavaliers at Golden State Warriors, 8:30 pm Eastern

Memphis Grizzlies at Los Angeles Lakers, 9:30 pm Eastern

The Pick: Moneyline Parlay, Brooklyn w/Golden State w/Los Angeles +142, bet $10 to win $14.27

I view this as getting value to take the Los Angeles Lakers at home. Obviously, a moneyline parlay means multiple things have to happen, but I like Brooklyn at home against a depleted San Antonio team that’s lost four of their last five to the Nets and four of the last five against the spread on the road. I also like Golden State winning when they have All-Star and team leader Klay Thompson returning. Yeah, I see the Warriors wanting to win this game at home. That leaves Los Angeles, who plays a hot Memphis team, true. But the Grizzlies are on the second game of a road back-to-back, and LeBron James is expected to play tonight. James may not be the James of old, but he’s still LeBron James and LeBron James generally shows up when his team is facing a rising superstar. So basically (twisted logic or no), I consider this a value play on the Lakers…

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