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Monday's NBA parlay picks from across the league. Another set of parlays from Adam Taylor! A three-team parlay and two same-game parlays to get your betting week off to a great start with a few winners.

NBA Parlay Picks For Monday: Knicks vs. Jazz, Suns vs. Bulls and More

Monday's NBA Parlay

Odds: +391

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The Charlotte Hornets are on a four-game losing streak and face the in-form Toronto Raptors later today. Both teams have a few players missing with injury, but none of them are core members of either team's rotation, so we should get treated to an enjoyable game of basketball. The Raptors, in my opinion, are the better-constructed team, sure they don't boast a top-5 offense or defense, but they are reliable on both sides of the floor. The Hornets, on the other hand, continue to struggle on the defensive end, and teams are beginning to take advantage. Toronto has won their last five straight games, two of which have come against the Atlanta Hawks, who are similar to the Hornets in the sense that their roster is primarily built around offense. I don't think Charlotte is at the level of Atlanta, which makes me think the Raptors will come away from this game with a victory, to make it six straight wins on their surge up the Eastern Conference standings. As such, a +7-point spread seems reasonable to me, as the Hornets will be boosted by Gordon Hayward's return to the rotation, and that could spur them onto snapping their current losing streak.

The New York Knicks need to make some changes, their season is slowly entering a tailspin, and the rumors about the coaching situation aren't helping their cause. Now, they face the Utah Jazz, in a game New York won't be looking forward to. Luckily for the Knicks, Rudy Gobert will not be participating in tonight's game, as he continues his recovery from a calf strain, but they will still need to figure out how to stop Donovan Mitchell and Mike Conley. Furthermore, the Knicks' lack of offensive cohesion and worsening defense are going to leave them susceptible to a Jazz team that loves to get shots up at speed. New York's defense is built on forcing teams into difficult half-court possessions, while the Jazz like to get their shots off early and often, so this game might come down to who implements their will. Still, I think Utah is a beatable team, especially without Gobert, so I want to keep the spread quite low here, but that might be a mistake given New Yorks' current struggles. After much deliberation, I decided to back the Knicks on a +9-spread, mainly because I don't trust them to execute their offensive plan consistently.

Finally, we have the Oklahoma City Thunder face off against the Golden State Warriors, in what can only be described as a trap game for the San Francisco-based team. The Thunder are entering this game with one hand tied behind their back, as Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Mike Muscala, Jeremiah Robinson-Earl, and Luguentz Dort (questionable) are all set to miss tonight's game. The Warriors, on the other hand, will run a similar rotation to what we saw from them last week, and that bodes well for their chances of success. After a slight blip in production when re-integrating Klay Thompson into the rotation, the Warriors look like themselves again, and will only improve once Draymond Green returns to the lineup. Still, Golden State has won their last five games, continues to dominate the defensive rankings, and will be looking for their third-straight win against the Thunder tonight. I can only see this contest going one way, and have opted for a large spread to try and give a depleted Thunder squad a fighting chance with a +13.5-point head start, but I totally understand if you opt to take the money line here.

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Washington Wizards vs. Miami Heat Same Game Parlay

  • Miami Heat Money Line
  • Over 209 Total Points

Odds: +182

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The Miami Heat enter today sweating on the availability of Jimmy Butler, Tyler Herro, and Max Strus, who are all listed as questionable to start the day. However, the Washington Wizards are without Bradley Beal and Daniel Gafford, so regardless of who Miami has at their disposal, their opponents are seriously under-staffed for tonight's game. Washington has been underwhelming recently and rumors are starting to surface about Bradley Beal's long-term future with the roster, which obviously is an unwanted distraction for a team trying to claw themselves out of their recent hole. In terms of numbers, the Wizards have won just 1 of their last 5 games and sit dead-last in offense over the last 14 days, while their defense isn't much better, ranking 26th in the same timespan. For the Heat, they're fairing slightly better, despite missing some of their key players, winning 4 of their last 7, and ranking 3rd in defense over the last 14 days. The Heat's roster is littered with impactful players, and their strength in depth has been proven in recent weeks, as such, I'm expecting them to add another victory to their tally tonight, which is why we're taking the Heat on the money line for tonight's game.

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Phoenix Suns vs. Chicago Bulls Same Game Parlay

  • Phoenix Suns Money Line
  • Over 228.5 Total Points

Odds: +162

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The Phoenix Suns currently sit 2nd in net rating, 3rd in offensive rating, and 2nd in defensive ratings, putting it bluntly, they're one of the best teams in the NBA with an exceptionally well-constructed roster. And tonight, the Suns have the Chicago Bulls in their sights, which doesn't bode well for a team that was playing exceptionally well before a string of injuries slowed their season down. The Suns' project to have their key rotation available tonight, except for Cameron Payne and Landry Shamet, but the Bulls are without Lonzo Ball and Alex Caruso, while the rest of their injury report hasn't been published at the time of writing. Over the last 2 weeks, the Suns have won 6 of their 7 games, and been a top-10 team in every major statistical category, while the Bulls, to their credit, have remained competitive, winning 5 of their last 8, but have been struggling to slow teams down on the defensive end. While I do think Chicago's roster is both talented and deep, the Suns will likely be too much for them to handle tonight, especially without Ball's and Caruso's defensive upside, which is why I'm lumping for the money line victory here.

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Adam has been covering the Boston Celtics since 2015 but has been an NBA fan since 1994. Never one to get too high, or too low, Adam likes to blend video and stats together for a clearer picture of the NBA game.


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