NBA Golden State Warriors vs Los Angeles Lakers Same Game Parlay picks: Andrew Wiggins steps up for Warriors at +950 odds 

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A busy week in the NBA continues with a 9-game slate on Saturday, which is highlighted by an ABC-televised showdown between the Golden State Warriors and Los Angeles Lakers. It tips off at 8:30 pm ET.

Here is my Same Game Parlay for the festivities, and also be sure to check out all of our NBA picks.

Warriors ML (+136)

Andrew Wiggins Over 1.5 threes made (+170)

Anthony Davis Over 25.5 points (-105)

Parlay odds: +950

Part of the value in a Same Game Parlay, of course, is that all of its components can be correlated if you so choose. That is some of the plan here, as Andrew Wiggins dialing long distance several times would obviously work well with a Golden State win. At the same time, plays that aren’t correlated drive up the overall payout of the parlay. That is the case with backing Anthony Davis to score his fair share of points. But even if he does, there is no reason why the Warriors can’t get the job done. Let’s break down each of the 3 legs.

Golden State Warriors ML (+136)

First of all, I would avoid any play on this game like the plague until Stephen Curry’s status is confirmed (he is questionable with an ankle issue). Draymond Green is also questionable, but as long as Curry suits up the Warriors should be able to win. Yes, Los Angeles has home-court advantage – but keep in mind that Golden State is 3 games over .500 on the road this season compared to exactly .500 at home. The Dubs are 1-1 in the head-to-head matchup this season, with an 18-point victory and a 145-144 loss in double-overtime. As a considerable underdog, Golden State has great value on the money line.

Andrew Wiggins Over 1.5 threes made (+170)

The Lakers are #22 in the NBA in opponents’ 3-point percentage during the 2023-24 campaign (37.5) and #26 over the last 3 games (39.8). Wiggins has made multiple triples in 7 of his last 11 contests, including 3 on 2 occasions during this stretch. The former #1 overall pick has impressed against the Lakers, too. In 2 matchups with Los Angeles this season he is 5-for-9 from beyond the arc and averaging 21.0 points per game. Wiggins should be in line for another productive day at the office.

Anthony Davis Over 25.5 points (-105)

Like Wiggins, Davis enjoys this particular matchup. The Kentucky product is averaging 28.0 ppg against Golden State this season while shooting better than 51 percent from the floor and attempting 7.5 free throws per contest. It’s no surprise, as the Warriors are #16 in the association in opponent points in the paint per game – and #26 in that department over the past 3 games. That, of course, is where Davis generally thrives. Davis has not played since Wednesday, so he should be well rested and ready to fill up the stat sheet.



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