NBA Same Game Parlay Odds & Picks: 2 Bets for Kings vs. Suns (Feb. 14)
Rocky Widner/NBAE via Getty Images. Pictured: Harrison Barnes #40 of the Sacramento Kings.
Sacramento Kings vs. Phoenix Suns Odds
|Moneyline||+120 / -142|
|Time||9 p.m. ET|
|TV||NBA League Pass|
|Odds via FanDuel. Get up-to-the-minute NBA odds here.|
The Phoenix Suns became the team to watch in the NBA at the trade deadline, but we’ll have to wait to get a glimpse of the team in its entirety with Kevin Durant still on the shelf. However, we will see the debut of new acquisitions of TJ Warren and Darius Bazley Tuesday in their game against the Sacramento Kings.
For the Kings, most notably they will be without guard Malik Monk who is out with an ankle injury. Regardless, look for another good offensive showing out of the Kings who have eclipsed the 130 point mark in three of their last four games.
Here’s a two-leg same game parlay I’m looking to bet for Kings vs Suns.
NBA Same Game Parlay Odds & Pick
The Parlay: (+590)
- Sacramento Kings First Half Winner 3-Way (+105)
- Harrison Barnes 3+ Made 3-Point Shots (+270)
Kings First Half Winner (3-Way) No Push
It’s not surprising to see the Kings lighting it up as of late scoring 130 in three of their last four contests as they lead the league in scoring at 119.6 points per game. They have six players in double figures and that has been consistent both at home and on the road.
Getting off to quick starts for Sacramento has been a strength ranking seventh in first quarter points per game and first in second quarter points at 30.5. Defensively, they have been vulnerable early on, but the equalizer could be the Suns’ lack of production early as they rank in the bottom five in both first and second quarter points per game.
It’s a lot easier to trust Sacramento’s offense in the spot. Take them to lead at halftime at plus money.
Harrison Barnes 3+ Made 3-Point Shots (+270)
Harrison Barnes has seen a small decrease in field goal attempts per game, but he’s been effective looking at the season as a whole. Barnes is averaging 37.6 percent shooting from deep. Although the three ball hasn’t been falling as of late, he’s made a 3-point shot in three straight contests.
Digging into his head-to-head stats against the Suns since the 2020 season, Barnes has made four or more 3-point shots in those games six times. This season, Barnes has gone over this line in 14 of his 25 games. Although these are pretty new look teams for both squads, the ceiling is high for Barnes and the attempts from beyond the arc should be there.
As streaky as he is, if the three ball starts falling, there’s a lot of value in taking an alternate number. Barnes to make 3+ 3’s at +270 is good for me, although 4+ at +750 is extremely tempting.
Pick: Kings 1H ML + Barnes 3+ 3-Pointers
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