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Adam Taylor is back with another round of parlays for Monday's slate of NBA games.

NBA Parlay Picks for Monday: Chicago Bulls vs. Philadelphia 76ers, Golden State Warriors vs. Denver Nuggets, and More!

Monday's Parley Picks:

Odds: +328 (Bet $100 to Win $328)

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Parley Breakdown

The Detroit Pistons have won 5 of their last 7 games and are starting to give off the vibe of a team that's begun to find their identity. Of course, it helps that Cade Cunningham has begun to show signs of why he was drafted first overall this past summer, but let's not take anything away from Detroit, they've fought and clawed for every win this season. Tonight, the Atlanta Hawks will be the latest team to try and halt the Piston's resurgence but seem to be in similar form to their opponents, having won 5 of their last 7 games too.

We already know both teams' strengths and weaknesses at this point, but it will be interesting to see how the Hawks deal with the physicality of the Pistons, as it's something that has thrown teams off their game in recent weeks. We're not looking at any new injuries on either side, so that helps in projecting rotations and style of play, and with Trae Young leading the way, we know the Hawks will look to push the pace and unleash a three-point bombardment on the Pistons for the full 48 minutes. I'm not as low on Detroit as I have been for most of the season, but still think the Hawks should be winning this game, however, I'm giving the Pistons a +8.5-point spread, because they have a good chance of getting something from this game - especially if Isaiah Stewart can implement his will early.

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The Chicago Bulls have dropped their last 4 games and sit 4-4 over their last 8 contests, which has me wondering how they're going to deal with the Philadelphia 76ers later tonight. The Sixers are 6-2 over their last 8 games and will be aiming to bounce back from a tough loss against the Miami Heat over the weekend. This game looks like the perfect opportunity for the Sixers to get back in the win column, too. Chicago's best perimeter defenders are still on the injury list, and Nikola Vucevic is questionable to begin the day - should the Bulls star big man sit this game out, it's hard to see who's going to step up and guard both James Harden and Joel Embiid - an issue most teams are concerned about. The Sixers, on the other hand, have Tyrese Maxey, Mattise Thybulle, and Shake Milton who all set the tone defensively, so they will be confident in containing DeMar DeRozan and Zach Lavine tonight. The Bulls have lost their last four games on the bounce, and there's every chance that extends to five straight losses tonight. Still, we're going to hedge our bets by giving the Bulls a +9-point spread, because while they're the underdogs here, they're still one of the better teams in the Eastern Conference, and I doubt a blow-out is on the cards.

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Our final game sees the New York Knicks take on the Sacramento Kings. New York has lost 7 of their last 8 games, with their only win coming against the Los Angeles Clippers last night, while the Kings aren't fairing much better, having won just 2 of their last 8 games. The biggest difference between these two rosters is that Sacramento is actively trying to figure things out, whereas the Knicks seem content to point fingers and search for somebody to shoulder the blame. The feel-good factor of adding Domanatas Sabonis seems to have worn off a little in Sacramento, as the team quickly fell back to losing ways, but at least they're playing basketball the right way - they just need to figure out their defense. New York, on the other hand, has all the pieces to be a successful team, and with the growth of RJ Barrett, should be doing far better than what we've seen from them this season. It's weird to feel like this, but I like the Kings to come out of this game with a victory, as I think New Yorks' win last night was more of a flash in the pan rather than a turning point. Of course, we will give the Knicks every opportunity to prove me wrong, and a 9-point spread should help us do that here.

Golden State Warriors vs. Denver Nuggets, Single-Game Parlay

  • Denver Nuggets Money Line
  • Over 223.5 Points

Odds: +150 (Bet $100 to Win $150)

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The Golden State Warriors have lost 8 of their last 10 games, as the team has dealt with injuries and an identity crisis. And tonight, to add insult to injury, the Warriors are tasked with taking on the Denver Nuggets, a team that has won 9 of their last 10 games and shows no signs of slowing down. Nikola Jokic has hit top gear at the perfect time, while the rest of the Nuggets roster have fully embraced their roles on both ends of the floor - and Jamal Murray is yet to come back from injury. Ladies and gentlemen, the Nuggets are for real. I've chosen to run with the money line tonight due to the number of players missing from the Warriors rotation, Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, James Wiseman, Andrew Wiggins, Gary Payton II, and Andre Iguodala are all out for this game, and that gives the Nuggets a huge advantage.

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Miami Heat vs. Houston Rockets, Single-Game Parlay

  • Houston Rockets +17
  • Over 224 Points

Odds: +207 (Bet $100 to Win $207)

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The Houston Rockets have won 1 game in their last 10, and face the impressive Miami Heat later today. Miami has won 8 of their last 10 games and looks good value to continue their hot streak against the struggling Rockets. Kyle Lowry remains away from the team due to personal reasons, but the rest of Miami's heavy hitters are all ready to go, which will be a hammer blow to the Rockets' chances of success tonight. Sure, their young roster has shown signs of improvements since the turn of the year, but they're about to face one of the most well-oiled machines the NBA has to offer. The Heat has an incredibly deep team, capable of finding scoring in multiple ways and also a diverse defensive threat. I've had to give the Rockets a huge +17-point spread just to feel comfortable not taking the Heat on the money line, that's how one-sided this game should turn out to be.

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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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