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NBA SGP for Warriors at Bucks

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Klay is back but Draymond Green is still out. The Bucks are slowly getting their players back from COVID protocols. This is a potential NBA Finals matchup. But, if you need another reason to watch this game, FanDuel is giving it to us. We are getting a risk-free Same Game Parlay for tonight. We can take a shot and make some money on the game, and, if we lose, we get our $10 bet back.

It seems appropriate to write about a Same Game Parlay with the Warriors after the Draymond Green debacle from the other night. So, let’s start with Steph Curry. He has been very un-Steph like in his last four games. Sure, he hit four threes against Cleveland, but aside from that, he’s basically just been maintaining his one-three-a-game streak. An area of opportunity against the Bucks is for opposing point guards to hit threes. I like this more if Jrue Holiday is out, but I’m going to take my shot on Steph over 4.5 threes today.

Andrew Wiggins is next for me. This year he has been superb. I have loved watching his evolution and comfort in the offense. With Klay back, his shots have gone down. It has only been two games, but he’s had only 21 attempts total. Compare that to what he had in the last game without Klay – 17 attempts. I’ll take him at under 16.5 points, this number is tight though.

A model of consistency, Kevon Looney has dropped exactly 6 points in seven of his last nine game, and five straight. Looney isn’t known for his offense, but he’s still an NBA player and can put the ball in the hoop. It will be very difficult for him to score against a Bucks team that has Giannis down low and Bobby Portis, but I’ll take him over 5.5 points.

The Warriors don’t have a ton of rebounding right now with Green out and Looney isn’t the best rebounder. I’m going to play Bobby Portis to get over 9.5 rebounds tonight. He’s done a really good job of getting boards lately, going over double digits in 4 of his last five. I think Giannis has a chance to go over 11 tonight, too, but I’ll play Portis.

Total Parlay

Total odds: +1346 where a $10 bet pays out $134.60 if we win and $10 if we lose.

Written by David Troy

David is a marketing professional and former adjunct professor from Chicago, IL, husband, and father. He is an avid sports lover that has turned his focus to sports betting after originally developing a love for risk, statistics, and gambling from the Texas Hold'em Poker boom. He loves interacting with people and talking about pop culture, and obviously sports. When he isn't watching sports, he's probably coaching his kids, drinking tequila, or watching movies and tv. David may not always be right, but he will give you reasons why he is doing what he does.

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