Warriors vs Suns NBA Same Game Parlay: Phoenix, Mikal Bridges Offer Solid Value (October 25)
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Warriors vs. Suns Odds
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Tonight's matchup versus the Suns will be the Warriors' first road game of the season.
As for the Suns, they return home for their second home game of the season. Their offense has not lit it up yet, scoring no more than 112 points in any game, but their hard play on the defensive end has been the difference maker thus far.
The Suns are allowing only 104.3 points per contest and return for this contest where dating back to last season, have won five of their last six at Footprint Center.
Here's a same game parlay you can bet for tonight's nationally televised affair.
The Parlay: (+210)
- Phoenix Suns Moneyline (-125)
- Mikal Bridges Over 4.5 Rebounds (-125)
Warriors vs. Suns — Same Game Parlay
Phoenix Suns Moneyline (-125)
The Suns really should be 3-0 heading into this contest had it not been for their overtime loss to Portland where they held a two possession-lead in added time. Following that tough loss, they bounced back in a big way, routing the Kings on the road by a score of 112-95.
As tough of a task as it is to take on the Warriors in this spot, Golden State cannot be trusted on the defensive end right now as it is giving up an average of 120.7 points per contest. The Suns are getting enough offense going with the help of Devin Booker averaging 32 points per contest. Deandre Ayton is off to a good start, too, averaging 19, while Chris Paul continues to make plays, averaging 10.7 assists per contest.
In a tough environment with the Suns returning home, look for their success to continue and take the Suns on the moneyline.
Mikal Bridges Over 4.5 Rebounds (-125)
In a same game parlay, I like putting together two bets that are often dependent on one another. If the Suns are going to defeat the Warriors, it starts on limiting Golden State's prolific offense.
The Suns' prolific offense centers around the success of players like Mikal Bridges who logs big minutes and has an impact on both sides of the ball. His rebounding number is inflated this year with only three games played, however he's logging 7.3 boards per contest. In the last two head-to-head games versus the Warriors, Bridges logged 6 and 7 rebounds, respectively.
With his total set low, and the Warriors leading the league in possessions per game at 113.4, expect Golden State to push the pace and there to be plenty of opportunities for Bridges to accumulate boards.