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NBA Finals Game 6 same game parlay (+997 odds): Phoenix Suns vs. Milwaukee Bucks

NBA Finals Game 6 same game parlay (+997 odds): Phoenix Suns vs. Milwaukee Bucks

The Milwaukee Bucks have a chance to win their first NBA championship in 50 years on Tuesday night as they host the Phoenix Suns, holding a 3-2 lead in the NBA Finals. Can the Bucks win their fourth straight game or will Phoenix force a deciding Game 7 back on their home court?

Tip-off for Game 6 is at 9pm ET on ABC, and we have picked out our best bets for a same-game parlay. Check it out below:

Devin Booker over 30.5 points (-114)

Khris Middleton over 2.5 made threes (-148)

Chris Paul under 21.5 points (-106)

Giannis Antetokounmpo over 33.5 points (+100)

Parlay Odds: +997

This same game parlay pays at nearly 10/1 with FanDuel Sportsbook. We fancy Devin Booker to continue his hot scoring streak, while Khris Middleton and Giannis Antetokounmpo should once again be on their game as the Bucks try to end this series in six. Let’s break it all down.

Devin Booker over 30.5 points (-114)

After scoring just ten points and shooting 21 percent from the field in Game 3, Booker responded really well, scoring 40-plus points in two straight games. In Game 4 he went for 42 points despite not making a single three-point shot. He went 17-for-28 from the field in that game and followed it up with another 40-point performance in Game 5 in which he attempted 33 shots from the field. It is pretty clear who the number one option on offense is for the Suns, Booker is averaging 30 points and 24.2 field goal attempts per game in the series. If the Suns want to force a Game 7 they’ll have to get another big performance from him as neither Chris Paul nor Deandre Ayton has been scoring consistently.

Devin Booker of the Phoenix Suns

CREDIT – Jayne Kamin-Oncea (USA TODAY)

Khris Middleton over 2.5 made threes (-148)

Middleton has played his heart out in this series, averaging 42.8 minutes per contest, and is coming off a 29-point performance on the road where he doesn’t play his best basketball. He’s averaging exactly three made shots from distance in the series and has gone over 2.5 threes in three straight games and in four of the five played so far. For a player that has the ball in his hands as much as Middleton and is averaging 8.2 attempts from beyond the arc I think it’s pretty realistic to expect him to make at least three shots.

Be sure to check out our full game preview for Phoenix Suns vs. Milwaukee Bucks

Chris Paul under 21.5 points (-106)

After opening this series with two superb performance of 32 and 23 points, Paul has gone cold in the last three, scoring under 21.5 points in each game. Some people are saying he has an issue with his hand, but I think his main problem is the play of Jrue Holiday, who has upped his defensive game to a whole new level. As a result Paul is averaging 3.6 turnovers in this series and although his shooting splits are at a relatively high level, his field-goal attempts are way down over the past three games. He has also attempted zero free throws in the last two games and is averaging just 1.6 per game in this series, so clearly something is off with him.

Giannis Antetokounmpo over 33.5 points (+100)

Giannis’s stats have been insane throughout these playoffs. He’s averaging 32.2 points per game in the Finals and is shooting over 60 percent from the field. Giannis has already had two games of scoring 40 or more points, even hitting his free throws when his team needed them the most. In the series-clinching win over Brooklyn he also had 40 points, so he isn’t afraid of the big moments. It doesn’t get any bigger when you have a chance to clinch the championship on your home court, and I think Giannis can have yet another performance for the books in front of the home fans.

Find out our first basket best bets for Game 6, including plays at +500 and +650 odds!

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Last updated: Tue 20th July 2021

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