With four games on the horizon, the NBA Playoffs are going to be filled with excitement throughout the entire day. There are three games with teams looking to even up the series at 2. There’s also one game where a team could be sent home later today.
If you’re looking to stay in tune with the entire slate today, here’s a parlay that you can consider to keep you watching throughout the day and night.
(Odds courtesy DraftKings)
Milwaukee Bucks vs. Chicago Bulls
Everyone wants to make a big deal about Khris Middleton not being on the floor. But there were times in the playoffs and during the regular season when he was on the floor and not producing at all. The Bucks roared past the Bulls, on the road, 111-81 in the third game of the series. The Bucks took care of business so easily without Middleton on the floor.
Grayson Allen stepped up off the bench for 22 points and Bobby Portis chipped in for 18 points and 16 rebounds. The Bucks are still the deeper team and have experience over the Bulls. Chicago rarely got good looks in the third game and shot under 40% from the field. That’s just not going to cut it, especially on your home floor.
Give me Milwaukee on the moneyline. Chicago has never been good against winning teams and nothing will change tonight. There’s no trap here. Milwaukee will take care of business.
Bet: Bucks (-190 at DraftKings)
Miami Heat vs. Atlanta Hawks
If you think the Hawks are going to win tonight’s game to even the series at two, then you’re likely looking at the over for this game. The only way for the Hawks to continue to beat the Heat is to out-score Miami.
Atlanta doesn’t have a great defense to rely on and probably won’t even have Clint Capela to help on the glass. Therefore, Atlanta needs to get quality looks and shoot very well from the floor.
The Heat will get their points too, earning second chance opportunities, forcing turnovers, and getting to the line. Despite Miami shooting a much worse percentage than the Hawks in Game 3, Miami kept the game close from all the second chances that they got.
Anyway, I think this game becomes a bit faster-paced, more fouls will be committed and shots will fall for both teams.
Bet: Over 221 (-110 at DraftKings)
Phoenix Suns vs. New Orleans Pelicans
Yes, I know Devin Booker is out. Yes, I know the Pelicans already won a game. But are we really going to bet against a 64-18 team in the playoffs going up against a 36-46 team?
Chris Paul and DeAndre Ayton have really stepped up in Booker’s absence and scored 56 points combined against the Pelicans in Game 3. On the flip side, Brandon Ingram and C.J. McCollum have been terrific as well, earning 64 points combined in that same game. But ultimately, which team do you trust when it comes down to depth and bench minutes?
I’m trusting the Suns.
Bet: Suns (-140 at DraftKings)
Parlay: (+399 at DraftKings)
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