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The series is tied up in the NBA Finals and what looked like it was going to be a clean sweep by the Suns, is now a good series. This is great news for us as we get to have extra games to try and hit a risk-free Same Game Parlay from FanDuel.
The last game was quite the rebound from Devin Booker after the Game 3 struggle. He was able to score pretty much at ease and dropped 42 points. I don’t expect him to score that many tonight, but I do think he gets to 30 points. Quite frankly, if he wasn’t in foul trouble last game he probably would’ve been over 50 points. So, tonight, even with heightened focus, I think Booker gets to 30 points.
Middleton was another guy that got to 40 in the last game. Giannis got there twice in the series so far. Which one of the dynamic duo will get the points for Milwaukee tonight? My money says that Giannis gets to 35. Getting to 30 should be fairly easy, even with the Suns altering their defense to stop Giannis. One of them (Giannis or Middleton) will have to be the focus of the Suns tonight and the other will score. I think it goes back to the second and third game where Middleton gets in the 20s and Giannis pours in points.
Well, I picked the wrong game to fade Ayton’s rebounding. Last game he grabbed 17 of them. I think he gets to 14 tonight. He’s had two very good rebounding games and two very poor (for his caliber) games. 10 boards really should be an assumption for him. He should be a double-double machine, especially as he develops. I think that 14 is totally doable for him as he will need to clean the glass and keep Milwaukee from getting second-chance points.
Crowder for the Suns has been a silent hero for them this entire postseason. I like him tonight to continue his solid shooting. He has been taking threes at a higher rate than normal, shooting nine of them in the last game, and seven before that. He also has had a game in the series where he hit six of them. It is a bit of a long shot, and I’m more comfortable with him hitting three, but we are looking for plays that could happen and boost our payday.
Same Game Parlay:
- Booker 30+ points (+112)
- Giannis 35+ points (+122)
- Ayton 14+ rebounds (+128)
- Crowder 4+ threes (+208)