76ers vs. Hawks NBA Same Game Parlay & Picks: How to Fade Trae Young and Atlanta (November 10)
Todd Kirkland/Getty Images. Pictured: Trae Young #11 of the Atlanta Hawks.
Philadelphia 76ers vs. Atlanta Hawks Odds
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The Philadelphia 76ers look to make it four straight road wins as they travel to Atlanta to take on the Hawks. Philips Arena has been a great spot for Atlanta as the Hawks are 4-2 at home thus far and are coming off a season where they posted a 25-11 record on their home court.
With Joel Embiid back in the lineup, the 76ers snapped their mini two-game losing streak thanks to his 33-point, 10-rebound double-double.
As for Atlanta, the Hawks will be playing on the second night of a back-to-back after a hard-fought loss to the Utah Jazz which ultimately saw the Hawks outscored 40-29 in the fourth quarter.
The Parlay: (+220)
- Philadelphia 76ers First-Quarter Moneyline (+100)
- Trae Young Under 40.5 Points + Rebounds +Assists (-115)
Philadelphia 76ers vs. Atlanta Hawks Same Game Parlay
Philadelphia 76ers First-Quarter Moneyline +100
The 76ers have been one of the best road teams in the first quarter, averaging 30.2 props/points”>points per game.
Although the last two head-to-head games saw both teams held under 100 points for the game, one team got out to fast starts in each contest. In the December 3rd meeting, the 76ers put up 31 points early, and on the December 23rd meeting, the Hawks scored 32. Both results followed each team’s trends – the Hawks putting up points at home, and the 76ers putting up points on the road.
The difference this season is how good the 76ers have been defensively early on, allowing only 25.4 first quarter points. This low first quarter total ranks them second in the Association. With the 76ers capable of putting up tons of points early on, there’s value taking the 76ers on the first-quarter moneyline at +100.
Trae Young Under 40.5 Points + Rebounds + Assists (-115)
Trae Young has put up strong numbers against the 76ers throughout his career. In 11 games played, he’s averaged 25.6 points per game on 44.8 percent shooting from the floor. This is right on par with what he’s averaging this season – 27.6 points, 9.4 assists and 3.4 rebounds per game.
His numbers are solid, but one weak point has been his shooting from beyond the arc when these two teams meet up. He’s connected on two or fewer made 3s in four of the last five games against the 76ers.
Statistically, the 76ers rank in the top five in points allowed, field goals allowed and 3-pointers allowed. This season they have been the top team defending opposing point guards by a considerable margin by allowing only 14.3 points per game on 36.2 percent shooting. With Young’s cumulative points, rebounds, assists total set very high at 40.5, the under looks like a good bet.