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NBA Same Game Parlay Picks: 3 Bets for Lakers vs. Warriors, Including LeBron James & Jordan Poole

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Noah Graham/NBAE via Getty Images. Pictured: Jordan Poole of the Golden State Warriors.

  • The Lakers and Warriors meet for Game 2 of their NBA playoff series on Thursday night.
  • Prop Bomb came through with a same-game parlay, including legs for LeBron James, Jordan Poole and Austin Reaves.
  • Check out Prop Bomb's full parlay for Lakers vs. Warriors Game 2 below.

Lakers vs. Warriors Odds

Thursday, May 4
9 p.m. ET
Lakers Odds
-110 / -110
Warriors Odds
-110 / -110
Odds via DraftKings. Get up-to-the-minute NBA odds here.

Despite a 14-0 run led by Stephen Curry in the fourth quarter, the Golden State Warriors could not secure a victory on their home court in Game 1 against the Lakers.

LA emerged victorious, giving itself an early home-court advantage. Both teams are likely to make adjustments for Game 2, and if the previous game is any indication, fans can anticipate an exciting series.

I have selected three players who will make noteworthy impacts tonight for tonight’s same-game parlay. I have also lowered their alternate lines to make them safer choices for this parlay.

NBA Same Game Parlay Odds & Pick

The Parlay: (+140)

  • Jordan Poole o1.5 3-Pointers Made (-155)
  • LeBron James 4+ Assists (-425)
  • Austin Reaves 10+ Points (-550)

Jordan Poole Over 1.5 3-Pointers (-155)

Jordan Poole is playing a key role for the Warriors against the Lakers from the early looks of it.

Unlike the last series, they need his scoring threat, and Kerr had success late in the game when going with a small-ball lineup. Poole registered his highest minutes total in the playoffs (30) and scored 30 points, knocking down six 3-pointers on 54.5% shooting.

The observation I took away most from his performance was that Poole took 73% of his shots from behind the arc and could not score inside the paint, especially against a rim-protector playing 40+ minutes like Anthony Davis.

Poole has attempted 28 3s in his last three games against LA, so expect the volume to continue tonight.

LeBron James 4+ Assists (-425)

I’m attacking this leg piece again after coming one assist shy of the 5+ mark in Game 1. LeBron James has recorded four or more assists in 13 of his last 14 games (93%) alongside Anthony Davis since returning from his injury on March 29.

LeBron’s high minutes provide a safe floor, and typically, he or D’Angelo Russell will bring the ball up to initiate the offense. He leads all Lakers with 12.1 potential assists so far in the playoffs and ranks second with 45.7 passes made.

LeBron’s four assists all came in the first quarter, and he failed to record another. So, if anything, there’s room for potential after an unlucky game.

On that note, we’re getting a discounted line, making for a safe piece to add to the parlay.

Austin Reaves 10+ Points (-550)

Please do not sleep on my guy Austin Reaves!

Despite going undrafted in the 2021 NBA Draft, he has carved out a meaningful role as a starter for the Lakers. The guard has averaged 18.4 points per game in 34.5 minutes of game time in his last 20 contests.

He had a slow start in Game 1 and made only one shot in the first 18 minutes before halftime. However, he picked up momentum and finished strong with 10 points while playing for 39 minutes.

Consistency is essential, and Reaves has safely hit this 10+ points number in 20 consecutive games. His point total is currently set at 14.5 points with juiced odds on the over, signaling likely success as he continues his streak in Game 2.

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