Denver Nuggets vs. Portland Trail Blazers vs. Same-Game Parlay: Hit This +553 Same-Game Parlay at Betfred

Handicapper Jason Radowitz is eyeing a massive +595 same-game parlay for the Denver Nuggets vs. Portland Trail Blazers Thursday night. He breaks it down here.
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Thu, January 13, 4:10 PM EST | 3 min read
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Denver Nuggets vs. Portland Trail Blazers vs. Same-Game Parlay: Hit This +553 Same-Game Parlay at Betfred

It's been a disaster of a season for the Portland Trail Blazers. Portland was expected to make the playoffs this season but now find themselves towards the bottom of the West without their two top scorers in Damian Lillard and CJ MCollum. McCollum will be returning soon, but he's not going to be ready for tonight's game.

Therefore, the Blazers are going to be very shorthanded tonight. Here's our favorite same-game parlay for tonight's matchup between the Blazers and the Nuggets.

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Denver Nuggets vs. Portland Trail Blazers Line Movement

Nuggets vs. Trail Blazers Same-Game Parlay Picks

Leg 1: Nuggets Over 111 Total Points (-115)

The Portland defense ranks second to last in points per 100 possessions and last in effective field goal percentage. The Blazers are allowing 115.3 points per 100 possessions while allowing teams to shoot an effective field goal percentage of 55.6 percent. On top of that, Portland is never a threat to earn steals. Meanwhile, Denver is shooting an effective field goal percentage of 53.7 percent and should get plenty of quality looks in tonight's game. The number is a bit low due to some poor offensive displays recently but I like the Nuggets to get back on track, at home, against the Blazers.

Leg 2: Nuggets -6 First Half (-115)

I'm not one to lay double-digit points in a basketball game. Anything can happen in a game. Basketball is a game of runs and I don't want to be on the wrong side of it. But in the first half, we can cut the full-game line in half and ask the Nuggets to just win the first half by seven points. Without Lillard and McCollum, the Blazers should absolutely come out sluggish on the offensive end to start the game. Plus, Portland hasn't defended very well throughout the entire season.

Leg 3: Under 109 First Half Points (-115)

It takes two to tango and the Blazers won't be able to help out on the offensive end to push this game over in the first half. Portland is an average offense with Lillard on the floor but now Portland will have to rely on players like Ben McLemore and Robert Covington in tonight's game. Not even Anfernee Simons will be able to play in tonight's game as he's also out due to personal reasons. Plus, I'm not so sure the Blazers have a deep enough bench to stay within range.

Denver Nuggets vs. Portland Trail Blazers SAME-GAME PARLAY Picks

3-Leg Same Game Parlay (+553): (Risk $100 to win $553)

  • Nuggets Over 111 Total Points (-115)
  • Nuggets -6 First Half (-115)
  • Under 109 First Half Points (-115)

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Jason Radowitz
@Jason_Radowitz

Jason grew up an avid sports fan. His passion for sports writing grew in high school and he developed a blog that was strictly for New York Sports. From his work, you will quickly realize that he loves looking at games from an analytical and numbers perspective and hopes to provide you with that same perspective in his articles.

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