NBA Playoffs Game 6 same game parlay (+680 odds): Philadelphia 76ers vs Toronto Raptors

Toronto Raptors forward Scottie Barnes (4) goes to pass the ball as Philadelphia 76ers guard James Harden (1) defends during the second half at Scotiabank Arena.
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After failing to close out the series in the past 2 games, the Philadelphia 76ers now head to Toronto for Game 6 in hopes of advancing to the next round. Tip-off is set for 7:00 pm ET on NBA TV and I’ve prepared a same game parlay which you can find below.

We also have predictions on the side and total for two more NBA Playoffs games tonight, be sure to check those out.

Let’s dive in!

Toronto Raptors -4.5 alternate spread (+168)

Scottie Barnes over 8.5 rebounds (+104)

Joel Embiid under 27.5 points (-108)

Parlay odds: +680

Toronto Raptors -4.5 alternate spread (+168)

Toronto has looked amazing over the past 2 games without their all-star Fred VanVleet in the line-up. Pascal Siakam and Gary Trent Jr. are leading the way and playing in front of the home crowd will be a massive confidence boost for them. They are 16-4 SU in the last 20 meetings with the Sixers at home. The last time a team down 3-0 in a series forced a Game 7 was back in 2003, so the Raptors have a chance to do something historic here. Embiid has been iffy ever since we found out he has a thumb injury; Harden is playing like a disaster and Philly will once again be without Thybulle. Give me the Raptors to win at home and force a Game 7.

Be sure to check out our full Game 6 preview for Philadelphia 76ers vs Toronto Raptors

Scottie Barnes over 8.5 rebounds (+104)

The recently crowned Rookie of the Year has played in only 3 of the 5 games in this series so far, and the Raptors are 2-1 with Barnes in the lineup. I’m expecting him to have another solid game on the boards tonight. He is matching up mostly against Embiid who is dealing with a thumb ligament injury and is being really careful not to get hit and make things even worse than they already are.

Barnes is averaging 9.7 rebounds per game for the series and has gone over 8.5 in 2 of the 3 games he’s played in. The one time he failed to do so, he finished with 8 of them. Philadelphia not having Matisse Thybulle is also a factor here. Thybulle is their most athletic defender by far, so hopefully Barnes can capitalize on that.

Joel Embiid under 27.5 points (-108)

As I said earlier, Embiid is being really careful not to make things worse with his injury which has clearly affected the way he plays, but also his production. After back-to-back 30-point performances in games 2 and 3, he has now scored just 21 and 20 over the last two while taking a modest 16 and 15 shots in each of them. He failed to make a three from 5 attempts and is shooting just 45%, mostly on mid-range jumpers and fadeaways.

Few teams in the NBA have played Embiid as well as the Raptors this year — his lowest efficiency games came against them during the regular season and he’s not having the best of times during this series, going under his total 4 times in 5 games. He will come out with a lot of aggressiveness, but his injury is just too big of a deal right now so I think he won’t have the best of games here.

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