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NBA player props expert John Hyslop is back again with another same-game parlay pick for Thursday night's Game 1 between the Boston Celtics and Golden State Warriors. John has his eyes on a mini +102 three-leg same-game parlay.

Golden State Warriors NBA Finals Game 1 Same-Game Parlay: Roll With Andrew Wiggins, Steph Curry, Jordan Poole

The first thing I know of that is better than one parlay is two parlays. Everyone knows that. We already have the same game parlay for the Boston Celtics players so why not throw one together for the Golden State Warriors? It makes sense when you think about it. This way, if one side jumps out on the other, we have that side covered. And if it's a good game, we cash both (probably). All we need to do is set the bar low enough on each one and we're pretty much home. My rule is to find three things that happen all the time and parlay them. How hard is that? Lucky for us, going through the Warriors' game logs was pretty easy. An idiot could have done it and found this parlay. This almost can't be considered gambling.

Warriors vs. Celtics Game 1 Start Time and Where to Watch, and Odds

  • Date: June 2, 2022
  • Game Time: 9:00 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: ABC

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Warriors vs. Celtics 3-Leg Same-Game Parlay (+102) (Bet $100 to win $102)

*Odds available at FanDuel at time of publishing*

This one is at FanDuel since they had the better price. DraftKings was close at -105 but at the end of the day, +102 is just better. It's close enough that it really doesn't matter though so if you can only play at DraftKings, then go nuts. It's fine. Still, if you have a choice, choose the better price.

Andrew Wiggins Over 4.5 Rebounds

The first one is the shakiest of them all but I think we get home. For starters, Wiggins has done this in each of his last six games and in 14 of his last 16. He's pretty legit like that. Long rebounds are a thing against a team like the Boston Celtics and it's not like five is a lot. For what it's worth, Wiggins grabbed six boards against Boston back in December, so that is to consider. I think he gets home easily on this number.

Steph Curry 4+ Assists

Next is the Steph Curry 4+ assists leg and it's automatic. He's literally done this in his last 16 games. The last time he didn't get to four in the assists column? In the game against the Boston Celtics where he got hurt after playing 13 minutes. He still recorded two assists that night. In his last three games against Dallas, Curry looked more like a facilitator than he has all season handing out at least eight assists in all three contests. I bet he gets to four in the first half tonight.

Jordan Poole 2+ Assists

Finally, we have another guy dishing the rock. Jordan Poole will only need two assists to cash this one and I bet he gets it quickly. The guy has done this in 36 of his last 37 games. The only time he didn't was in Game 3 of the Dallas series when he only dished out one dime. I'm a big potential assists guy and it's crazy to me that a guy like Poole, who is averaging 7.9 potentials a game in the playoffs, can be had for 2+ at any price. This feels like stealing. No chance this parlay loses.

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John has spent the past 20+ years betting sports on a daily basis and is considered by many to be a walking sports betting encyclopedia. From obscure player props to sides and totals, if there is an angle, John will find it. His work has appeared on Rotogrinders and he has been a regular on sports talk radio stations across the country. Based in the US, John operates a blog & podcast, Sports Bets Beers, which covers betting angles in the NFL, NBA, MLB, & NHL.


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