Warriors vs Celtics: This Same Game Parlay looks primed to hit

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PHILADELPHIA, PA – MAY 07: Philadelphia 76ers Head Coach Brett Brown fields questions after the Eastern Conference Semifinal Game between the Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers on May 07, 2018 at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA. (Photo by Kyle Ross/Icon Sportswire)

Warriors vs Celtics: The second and final scheduled matchup between the Golden State Warriors and Boston Celtics takes place tonight at the TD Garden arena in Boston.

The game will be shown on TNT at 7:30 pm and will have the legendary crew of Ernie Johnson, Shaquille O’Neal, Kenny Smith, and Charles Barkley giving pre and post-game coverage.

The Warriors and Celtics met last year in the NBA Finals, where the Warriors would win their fourth championship since 2015. Earlier in the season, when these two teams met in San Francisco, the Warriors took another game from the Celtics, 123-107.

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Warriors vs Celtics: Tale of 2 Cities

Since losing the championship last season, the Celtics are currently the best team in the Eastern Conference and have the best record in the NBA. Boston is flourishing this season under new Head Coach Joe Mazzulla and star Jayson Tatum is having an MVP-like season. Boston is a heavy favorite to win the NBA Finals this year, and the team looks poised to make another run.

The Warriors have taken a different path this season. Golden State is currently 22-22 and is in 7th place in the Western Conference. The Warriors have spent much time without Steph Curry this season, and the former MVP has been the glue to this dynasty for a long time. With Chef Curry returning just over a week ago to the Warriors lineup, Steph has again started scoring in buckets.

Warriors vs Celtics: Same Game Parlay

If you are looking to get some action in tonight’s matchup, look no further. This 4-Leg parlay on FanDuel has a +553 odds of happening. Using their risk-free TNT Thursday Parlay option, even if this bet doesn’t hit, you can get your money back with in-site credit.

Steph Curry O 26.5 Points

Steph Curry has been locked in since returning from injury on January 10th. This game is expected to be high-scoring, and Curry will get his shots. If this matchup plays out like the last few times these teams have met, I expect Curry to score at least 30 points. Taking his over gives you a little breathing room, and 27 points can come quickly for a shooter like Steph.

Wiggins O 1.5 Three Pointers Made

While Andrew Wiggins isn’t exactly known for his 3-point shooting, his 1.5-shot line is a bargain. The Warriors love to show the three-ball, which is precisely what they will do tonight against Boston. Wiggins has attempted at least 6 threes in his last four games. He only needs to hit 2 of those 6 shots to cash in on this prop. Andrew is shooting 40.5% from 3 this season, which is much higher than the 33% mark he would need tonight to hit his over.

Jayson Tatum 4+ Assists

The Celtics have to score in this one too, so I like Jayson Tatum’s assists tonight. Jaylen Brown might not suit up for Boston in this game, so the focus from the Warrior’s defense will be on Tatum. Forcing their All-Star to pass the ball will give him a higher chance of cashing in assists. I like the 4-mark for Tatum in this game tonight.

Kevon Looney 8+ Rebounds

Rebounds and Kevon Looney are a match made in heaven. The Golden State big man has been an absolute machine on the glass this season, and the mark of 8 is almost too easy. His over-under is set at 9.5 rebounds, meaning the books expect 8-10 rebounds from Looney. Playing it a little safe and taking 8+ is an excellent number for Looney.

Warriors vs Celtics Parlay Odds

This simple four-leg parlay comes out to +553 total odds. A $10 bet pays out $65.53, a nice $55.53 profit for an evening of NBA basketball. The odds are low on each, showing they are more likely to hit than not. You could spice up this parlay with crazier props, but if you’re looking to make some quick cash, take this bet.

Steph Curry over 26.5 Points-120
Andrew Wiggins over 1.5 made Three Pointers-184
Jayson Tatum 4+ Assists-185
Kevon Looney 8+ Rebounds-230
Parlay Odds +553

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