FanDuel Same Game Parlay Picks: Philadelphia 76ers vs. Atlanta Hawks Predictions

Breaking down Friday night's FanDuel Same Game Parlay picks
Brian Good
Fri, April 30, 7:51 AM EDT

FanDuel Same Game Parlay

The FanDuel Same Game Parlay offers a unique way to bet on multiple different markets from the same contest. Traditional parlays require every leg to come from different games, but FanDuel Same Game Parlays throw that rule out and let you bet on whatever you want. So, I’m here to provide FanDuel Same Game Parlay picks for Friday’s NBA action, getting started with the Philadelphia 76ers vs. Atlanta Hawks game.

3-Leg FanDuel Same Game Parlay @ +310 - $50 Wager Wins $155

Philadelphia 76ers vs. Atlanta Hawks

Leg 1: Philadelphia 76ers -9.5 @ -110 (Click to bet)

I’m resisting the urge to let last time’s result impact my picks for this FanDuel Same Game Parlay, but it’s proving to be impossible. Two days ago this Sixers team completely demolished the Hawks, winning 127-83, to the point where Ben Simmons only had to play 16 minutes and Seth Curry led the team in scoring. Am I expecting another 40+point win from the 76ers? No. This one will be more competitive than last time. But, Atlanta is a middle-of-the-pack team in a top-heavy Eastern Conference. Atlanta was without Trey Young last time out, but he’s also questionable tonight. I expect big games from the Sixers stars and a 15-20 point win from Philly to kick this FanDuel Same Game Parlay off.

Leg 2: Over 219.5 @ -112 (Click to bet)

I’m also expecting points tonight from both teams. This season, Joel Embiid has made a habit of following down performances with massive nights. Expect an MVP-like 30+ point 12+ rebound night from The Process.

But, even more importantly, expect the Hawks to be more competitive this time out. On Wednesday, this game was over in the first quarter. This won’t be the case tonight. Interestinly enough, both these teams tend to hit unders at a higher clip than overs, but if you break the numbers down a bit more you’ll see why I like the over.

Overall, the Sixers go over the total in just 45.2% of their games while the Hawks do it in 47.6% of their contests. But, as the home team, Philadelphia goes over 54.8% of the time and Atlanta is a 50/50 team when it comes to the total on the road. Tonight’s contest lends itself perfectly for the over to hit in our FanDuel Same Game Parlay.

Leg 3: 1st Half Moneyline (3-Way) – Sixers @ -280 (Click to bet)

The price here stinks but it’s worth adding into our FanDuel Same Game Parlay tonight because I’m confident the Sixers come out hot. Philadelphia wants the top seed in the East back from Brooklyn. They are a much better team at home and any more games they can play in the Wells Fargo Center is an added bonus.

That quest to get back atop the standings means they are going to need to play hard every game and tonight is no exception. The Sixers are home with fans in the building. Embiid and Simmons are going to be feeding off the energy and I would be shocked to see anything less than a 10-point halftime lead for Philly.

FanDuel Same Game Parlay Picks

Leg 1: Philadelphia 76ers -9.5 @ -110 (Click to bet)

Leg 2: Over 219.5 @ -112 (Click to bet)

Leg 3: 1st Half Moneyline (3-Way) – Sixers @ -280 (Click to bet)

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Brian Good
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Brian is a sports journalist with close to ten years of experience in the business. A lifelong Philadelphia sports fan with a passion for the all things sports gambling.
Sep 2021
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