Last night we built our sam-game parlay around game two of the Los Angeles Lakers vs Golden State Warriors series.
We predicted the series was going seven games and picked the Golden State Warriors to win on their home court and even the series. We also predicted the Warriors would cover a six-point spread while winning game two.
With the Golden State Warriors defeating the Los Angeles Lakers 127-100, they combined for 227.0 total points, with the total points line set at 227.5.
Our pick: the under.
FINALLY! After being so close, yet seemingly so far away, we have finally scored another parlay-win, coming once again with a same-game parlay.
Our predictions were so on-point that we even predicted that Anthony Davis’ consistency would be questionable. But that prediction was low-hanging fruit.
With an incredible night where we went four for three on our predictions, we improved our weekly parlay record to 1-4 and are now 10-5 on individual picks. We didn’t include our successful Davis prediction in our weekly picks record.
As we’re writing this blog, we’re wearing our Parlay Blog Championship belt around our waist with pride as we create another winning multi-game parlay for Friday night.
New Jersey Devils versus Carolina Hurricanes Over 5.5 (+110)
Game one in the Devils vs Hurricanes series was a 5-1 win for Carolina, hitting the over of 5.5.
The New Jersey Devils and Carolina Hurricanes have combined for a 2-3 over/under record in the five head-to-head matchups this season.
The Devils and Canes have combined for a 5-2 over/under record in the previous seven games in Carolina.
The Hurricanes are ranked first in goals-against and penalty-killing percentage in the playoffs. Carolina also seemed to have created a clear gap from New Jersey, who didn’t look great in game one.
However, we expect the Devils to bounce back tonight but expect these two teams to combine for six total goals regardless of who wins game two.
Denver Nuggets over Phoenix Suns (+145)
Denver holds a 4-2 head-to-head series lead, with Phoenix’s two wins coming at home late in the season when the Nuggets were in cruise control. Even still, the Nuggets only lost by four points on April 6th in Phoenix when not really trying.
The Phoenix Suns might be at home, but that doesn’t change the fact they don’t really have any depth on their bench or that Chris Paul tweaked his groin in game two and is likely out for game three.
KD and Book alone aren’t enough to defeat the Denver Nuggets. We’re taking the Nuggets to take a 3-0 series lead with incredible odds as the underdog.
Boston Celtics versus Philadelphia 76ers Under 214.0 (-110)
The Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers have combined for a 2-4 over/under record this season, hitting the under in four of the last five games.
Joel Embiid’s health, combined with what version of a James Harden is on the floor, will make the difference if game three hits the over or not. It was Harden’s spectacular game one that helped that game crush the over by 18.5 points.
The 76ers have a 45-42-1 over/under record, while the Celtics have a 48-41-1.
We’re taking the under as Philly and Boston tend to play in lower-scoring games against each other.
All odds are courtesy of Action247 Sportsbook. Good luck!!
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**All views expressed are my own. My picks are my own and are not a guarantee, bet at your own risk.