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Handicapper Brian Matthews is here with his top player prop picks and parlay for Friday night's NBA Finals Game 1 between the Golden State Warriors and Boston Celtics. He's eyeing a massive +1003 same-game parlay.

Golden State Warriors vs Boston Celtics NBA Finals Game 1: The "Why Not?" +1110 Same Game Parlay

Game 1 of the NBA Finals between the Boston Celtics and Golden State Warriors tips off tonight in a highly anticipated match-up.

Game 1 should already be plenty exciting, but an +1000 or higher SGP will ensure the game becomes a little more entertaining.

I’ve got an SGP I’m running for tonight’s Game 1, bringing it to +1110 odds. Let’s walk through each of the legs to this SGP. Why not right?

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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Golden State Warriors vs. Boston Celtics Same-Game Parlay (+1110) (Bet $100 to win $1110)

Marcus Smart over 5.5 assists (-142)

Smart was removed from the injury report entirely yesterday and should play a heavy load of minutes. He has eight assists in both games against Golden State this season. He is averaging 5.9 assists per game over his last 10 games despite going under in his last three games while nursing an injury.

Marcus Smart 2+ 3pm (-340)

Smart has now attempted 19 three-pointers in his last two games –9 in Game 6 and 10 attempts in Game 7 vs. the Miami Heat. He has scored 19 and 20 points in the two games vs. the Warriors this season, and I expect him to continue shooting tonight.

Jayson Tatum over 7.5 rebounds (-114)

Tatum has been heavily involved in all facets of the game recently, totaling eight or more rebounds in his last four games. Tatum is averaging 10 rebounds per game against the Warriors this season, having 12 and eight rebounds in those two games. Tatum is also playing 41.9 minutes per game over his last five games.

Steph Curry over 4.5 alt assists (-245)

Steph has five or more assists in his last four games, and eight of his last 10 games. He has been finding his teammates in good spots and seeing the floor well. He will also be the primary focus of the Celtics' defense – which should lead to some additional assist opportunities.

Jaylen Brown 20+ pts (-400)

Brown has scored 20 or more points in eight of his last 10 games. In one of the games he failed to reach the 20-point mark, he scored 19 pts, narrowly missing. Brown is averaging 23 ppg against Golden State this year, so let’s keep him here.

Andrew Wiggins over 13.5 alt points (-210)

Wiggins dropped 27 points on Boston in his only match-up with the Celtics this year. As far as consistency, Wiggins sits atop the list of some other familiar names this postseason, scoring 16 or more in 8 of his last 10 games. He had another game in there with 13 points, but I expect him to be aggressive tonight as well.

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Born in Southern California, Brian lives and breathes sports.  He comes from a football family, with a number of family members who played professionally.  While Brian didn’t play professionally, he took his insights and dominated off the field. In fact, during the 2021 NFL season, his bets and parlays returned a whopping 117.84 units. Specializing in data analysis, Brian takes a unique approach to his NFL, NBA, and MLB bets. You can find him on Twitter at @the_bmatt.


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