NBA Finals PrizePicks Player Props: Parlay Curry & Brown in Game 4 (June 10)
Via Jesse D. Garrabrant/Getty Images. Pictured: Jaylen Brown #7 of the Boston Celtics plays defense on Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors during Game Three of the 2022 NBA Finals on June 8, 2022.
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- Munaf Manji gives his favorite PrizePicks plays featuring two star players: Stephen Curry and Jaylen Brown.
- Find his PrizePicks props parlay below.
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Here’s how I would approach Game 4 of the NBA Finals between the Warriors and Celtics.
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NBA PrizePicks Parlay
Steph Curry Over 4.5 Made 3-Point Shots
There is no secret that Steph Curry has been the best player in the NBA Finals. Thus far in the series, Curry has knocked down at least five 3-point shots in all three games. Curry is also getting up volume from the 3-point line as well with the Celtics frequently playing drop defense against him.
In fact, Curry is averaging 12.3 attempts from the 3-point line and knocking them down at a 48.7% rate. I will continue backing Curry and his 3-point shooting to stay hot on high volume in Game 4.
Jaylen Brown Over 12.5 Points First-Half Points
One can argue (and I am a believer) that Jaylen Brown has been the best player on the Boston Celtics in the NBA Finals. Brown is averaging 22.7 points per game this series while shooting 43.1% from the floor and 36.1% from the 3-point line.
Brown’s hot starts scoring the ball have been key as he is averaging 16.3 points in the first half through three games. He has gone over this projection in all three games this series. Additionally, Brown is shooting 41.2% from the 3-point line in the first half of games, and I’ll back him to continue his hot starts in Game 4 as well.