NBA Sunday same game parlay (+1235 odds): Golden State Warriors vs. LA Clippers
A total of 10 teams are in action this Sunday in the NBA and what a matchup we have at Staples Center! The Golden State Warriors are in town and they take on the Los Angeles Clippers in the early tipoff at 3:30 pm ET.
Continue reading below for our same-game parlay, but also don’t forget our predictions on the side and total for tonight’s 5-game slate.
Let’s focus on the Warriors and Clippers!
Jordan Poole Over 2.5 Made Threes (+100)
Reggie Jackson Over 3.5 Assists (-124)
Stephen Curry To Score 35+ Points (+300)
Jordan Poole Over 2.5 made threes (+100)
Poole has stepped up big time for the Warriors many time this season, he is currently 3rd on the team scoring 18.1 points per game. He attempts an average of 2.6 threes per game and is draining them at a 33% rate. In his last 4 games he’s averaging 4 made shots from three-point land. In two games he went 4-for-8 from three-point land against the Pistons and 8-for-11 against the Toronto Raptors scoring 32 and 33 points. Judging by his recent play, he could be in for another solid night, I’m really liking the price on this bet.
Reggie Jackson Over 3.5 assists (-124)
Jackson’s scoring numbers have gone up a lot in the absence of Kawhi Leonard, he is the team’s 2nd-leading scorer after Paul George. But, he hasn’t forgotten he is also the team’s starting point-guard. In his last 6 games he has gone over 3.5 assists 4 times and in his previous two meetings with the Warriors he has recorded 6 and 4 assists. In 28 career games played against Golden State he is averaging 3.6 assists, and tonight I am expecting him to get everyone involved as that is the only way the Clippers will have a chance of winning this game.
Stephen Curry to score 35+ points (+300)
Steph was the main reason the Warriors were able to beat the Clippers 115-113 in the first meeting of the season back in late October. He opened the game with 25 points on 9-for-9 shooting from the field in the first 12 minutes of play and finished the game with 45 points. He drained 8 of 13 shots from three-point land and finished the night 16-for-25 from the field in just 38 minutes of play. For some reason he just loves playing the Clippers. In 2 of his last 3 games against them he has scored 38 or more points. Overall, he has gone scored 35 points two times in his last 5 games. With Kawhi Leonard being out, LA simply doesn’t have anyone to put on Curry for the majority of the game and he is making them pay. Fingers crossed he can hit a couple of early threes and from then on anything goes.
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