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NBA Playoffs same game parlay (+2105 odds): Milwaukee Bucks vs. Brooklyn Nets Game 7

NBA Playoffs same game parlay (+2105 odds): Milwaukee Bucks vs. Brooklyn Nets Game 7

It all comes down to this – Game 7 between the Milwaukee Bucks and Brooklyn Nets!

Tip-off is scheduled for 8.30pm ET on TNT, and as always we’ve combined our best bets for tonight’s game in a same-game parlay. Find it below!

Milwaukee Bucks -4.5 point spread (+162)

Brook Lopez under 12.5 points (-106)

Kevin Durant over 35.5 points (-112)

Khris Middleton over 6.5 rebounds (-134)

Parlay odds: +2105

Milwaukee Bucks -4.5 (+162)

The home team has won each game of this series, so normally you’d think that’s advantage Brooklyn heading into Game 7, but that may not be the case. Milwaukee is clearly the healthier team and if the Bucks play a similar style to Game 6, with Giannis Antetokounmpo opting to dominate on the inside instead of taking threes and going at the injured James Harden on offense, Milwaukee will be in a good position. Both Kevin Durant and Harden played 40 minutes in Game 6, and the Bucks have more to offer at this time.

Be sure to check out our full game preview for Game 7 of  Milwaukee Bucks vs. Brooklyn Nets!

Brook Lopez under 12.5 points (-106)

Brook Lopez’s production in this series compared to the first round against the Miami Heat has fallen off a lot and that’s all because of the style of play coach Bud has opted for. Lopez isn’t posting up at all, he has made just five two-point shots in the last four games. Milwaukee is using him more on the perimeter to shoot threes and be a spot up shooter. If that doesn’t change in Game 7, and I don’t see a reason it will, Lopez will have yet another low-scoring game in this series. He has gone under 12.5 points in four of the six games so far and is shooting just 44 percent from the field and 30 percent from deep in this series.

Brook Lopez NBA parlay

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Kevin Durant over 35.5 points (-112)

The Nets’ hopes of advancing depend on Kevin Durant tonight. KD had a pretty solid outing in Game 6, however it took him 30 shots from the field to reach 32 points, which is something we’re not used to seeing from him. He attempted only two free-throws which speaks to just how fatigued he was after playing 48 minutes in Game 5. Durant settled for jump shots and threes, he took eight of those and made just two of them. Tonight we might see a different approach, more similar to the one in Game 5 in which he carried his team to a win, scoring 49 points on just 23 shots. In that game he took the ball to the hole way more often which resulted in 16 free-throw attempts, he also had ten assists. That’s the recipe for success if Brooklyn wants to advance tonight.

Khris Middleton over 6.5 rebounds (-134)

I expect Game 7 to be a scrappy one, as they normally tend to be. Five of the six games in this series have gone under the total. Middleton has averaged 8.5 rebounds in this series and has gone over 6.5 three times, he’s also coming off a ten-rebound game last time out. Normally I would opt to back him going over his point total, but he has struggled a bit scoring-wise in games played in Brooklyn, averaging only 18.3 per game on under 35 percent shooting from the field. Nerves and tensions are usually high in elimination games, so if that’s the case tonight we can expect a lot more missed shots and opportunities to rebound.

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Last updated: Sat 19th June 2021

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