Warriors vs. Kings Same-Game Parlay: Capitalize on Another High-Scoring Game (April 17)
Loren Elliott/Getty Images. Pictured: Exasperated Draymond Green.
Warriors vs. Kings Odds
|Moneyline||-110 / -110|
|Time||10 p.m. ET|
|Odds via DraftKings. Get up-to-the-minute NBA odds here.|
The atmosphere was electric as the Kings hosted their first playoff game in nearly 17 years and took down the Warriors. Now, we find a same-game parlay for Warriors vs. Kings Game 2.
The Kings win was led by De’Aaron Fox’s special performance scoring 29 of his 38-points in the second half as they outdueled the Warriors 126-123. If Game 1 is any indicator of how this series will be, then we are in for a huge treat.
Here’s a look at a good way to continue to back the Kings offensive success and rely on a high scoring game through a same game parlay wager.
NBA Same Game Parlay Odds & Pick
The Parlay: (+400)
- Draymond Green 8+ Assists (-125)
- 4th Quarter winner 3-Way Sacramento Kings (-110)
Draymond Green Over 8+ Assists (-125)
The Kings are a team that has been burned by the extra pass all season, ranking 28th in the league surrendering 26.7 assists per game on average.
This is a great spot for the Draymond Green, who leads Golden State in assists per game at 6.8. He’s played well against the Kings, logging 11 assists in two of their last three head-to-head meetings.
Although these are two totally different Warriors teams, looking at his playoff stats as a whole, in the 2017-18 season and 2018-19 season Green averaged above 8 assists per contest. If Game 1 of this series is any indicator and another high-scoring game is expected, look for Green to continue finding the open man.
Considering his potential is well into the double-digits, there looks to be a lot of value in taking an alternate rebounding total. I’ve seen 10+ assists as high as +240.
4th Quarter Winner 3-Way — Sacramento Kings (-110)
The Kings have been good all season long at closing out games due in large part to De’Aaron Fox’s clutch scoring. Fox is second in the NBA in fourth-quarter points, trailing only Kyrie Irving.
The Kings ranked second in the NBA in the regular season in fourth quarter scoring averaging 28.8 points with that number even higher at home at 30.1. As for the Warriors, they averaged 27.1 in the regular season in the fourth quarter away from home.
Taking the Kings outright may be a risky wager, but backing them on the fourth quarter moneyline looks like a profitable play as they look to once again finish out another game strong.
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