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The Suns and Nuggets are the only NBA game in town tonight. After a really exciting first game we are once again looking to score big with a Same Game Parlay. This one I’ll only be focusing on longshots because of FanDuel’s promotion. I want to spend $10 on the parlay to make as much as possible, because if we lose, we get the money back. Afterall, with this reduced risk, we should be trying to hit big.
I’m going to start with Michael Porter Jr. to score 25+ points in the game. He’s already had three games in the playoffs with that total. Yes, he’s also had four games where he hasn’t scored even 20 points. But, again, I want things that are going to really increase our odds total. He’s +290 to get 25+ tonight and that’s a great foundation for this Same Game Parlay.
Next, I’m taking Deandre Ayton to score 20+ points. Another one of these at plus money (+230) that has already happened a few times in the playoffs. In four of seven playoff games, including Game 1, he has scored 20 or more points. I won’t say he has done a ton of scoring, but he gets there, and that is all that matters.
I also don’t think Chris Paul goes nuts tonight and scores 20 again. I’m going to grab his alternate point total of 12.5 and take the under. This is very risky, but he still has a banged up shoulder. I’m taking this at +200 and hoping he trends closer to five of the seven playoff games this year in which he has scored less than 10 points.
This already is a good place for me to stop. I’m seeing a ton of value in just these plays and our parlay is already at +3262.
Same Game Parlay:
- Porter Jr. 25+ Points (+290)
- Ayton 20+ Points (+230)
- CP3 under 12.5 (+200)
Add Booker to score over 39.5 points at +850 and you boost your value to +43809. A $10 bet pays $4,380.91. He’s only done it once in the playoffs, but he’s good as hell and maybe tonight is the night he repeats it!