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Warriors vs. Celtics NBA Finals Parlay & Picks: Bet Jordan Poole, Andrew Wiggins Props in Game 4 (June 10)

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  • Game 4 of the NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and Boston Celtics tips Friday night (9 p.m. ET on ABC).
  • In pivotal, must-win game for the Warriors, two players -- Jordan Poole and Andrew Wiggins -- are in prime position to play a key role.
  • Monique aka ParlayQueen breaks down the matchup and why she's parlaying two props in Warriors vs. Celtics Game 4.

Warriors vs. Celtics Odds

Warriors Odds +4
Celtics Odds -4
Moneyline +140 / -160
Over/Under 213.5
Time 9 p.m. ET
TV ABC
Odds via Bet365. Get up-to-the-minute NBA odds here.

The Boston Celtics emerged with a 116-100 victory in a back-and-forth Game 3 Wednesday. It was a contest that saw the Golden State Warriors struggle early on, held to 22 first quarter points. Save for a third-quarter run where the Warriors briefly took the lead, the Celtics were in control led by Jaylen Brown’s hot start, and stellar defensive play of Robert Williams III.

TD Garden will be loud as usual, but the Warriors need a better showing on both sides of the ball. This single game parlay will focus on two Warriors role players having an impact on both sides of the ball.

Andrew Wiggins Over 5.5 Rebounds (-135)

Andrew Wiggins has been impressive at many points in the playoffs for the Warriors. He’s logging big minutes this postseason averaging 33.5 per game. He enters Game 4 averaging 6.8 boards a contest and has gone over his total in four of the past six games.

In Golden State’s Game 2 win, they did a great job forcing Boston into tough shots and held them to 30-of-80 from the floor. If the Warriors bring that same defensive intensity, the Celtics are unlikely to shoot 48.3% from the floor like they did last game. That means there will be plenty of rebounding opportunities for Golden State and Wiggins is a good candidate for those.


Jordan Poole Over 11.5 Points (-125)

Stephen Curry’s ankle is a big concern going into Game 4. We saw a noticeable limp occur on that play late in the fourth quarter in Game 3 with Al Horford and that is something to watch as the game progresses. Injury or not, the Golden State Warriors need more scoring outside of Curry.

I’m expecting more points from Jordan Poole who is averaging 17.4 points this postseason and has shot the ball really well averaging 51.6% from the floor, and 39.3% from beyond the arc.

Poole has seen his minutes dwindle especially over the past few games, but we expect a higher number of attempts tonight. He almost went over this total through only 24 minutes last game on 4-of-8 shooting. If Poole can manage a few more offensive attempts and continue his accuracy, this appears to be a good bet.

Parlay: Andrew Wiggins Over 5.5 Rebounds + Jordan Poole Over 11.5 Points = +210

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