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With Game 3 of the Golden State Warriors vs. Boston Celtics series set to get underway, our guy Gray Gutfreund is here with a Same Game Parlay to tail.

Golden State Warriors vs. Boston Celtics Same Game Parlay: Riding Red-Hot Trends into Game 3

Jaylen Brown took over the game for about four minutes at the start of the fourth quarter in Game 1. It was a terrific stretch of basketball in the biggest moment of Brown's career so far. He starred in Game 1 and led the Celtics volume-wise by a huge margin. Brown had a 33.8% Usage Rate, while no other Celtic finished higher than 24.5%. And, he took 23 shots, while Jayson Tatum only took 17. Despite the sky-high volume for Brown, he finished with only 24 points.

The Golden State Warriors will come out in Game 2 as their lives depend on a win. The last thing these guys want is to travel to Massachusetts down 2-0 in the series. In addition to stopping Jaylen Brown, it's safe to say they'll need a stronger performance out of Jordan Poole tonight in order to walk out of the Chase Center with a win.

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Warriors vs. Celtics Game 3 Start Time and Where to Watch, and Odds

  • Date: June 8, 2022
  • Game Time: 9:00 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: ABC

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Golden State Warriors vs. Boston Celtics Game 3 Line Movement

Golden State Warriors vs. Boston Celtics Game 3 Prediction

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Leg 1: Jaylen Brown Under 30.5 Points

Leg 2: Jaylen Brown Over 2.5 Rebounds

These Jaylen Brown alt-lines have been my favorite parlay pieces since the 2022 playoffs began. He's only surpassed the 30-point mark one time and has recorded at least 3 rebounds in every single game. In other words, he's cashed these two legs in 19 of 20 games this postseason, good for a 95% hit rate on his end.

Dating back to Boston's 2020 Eastern Conference Finals run, these lines have been absolutely money for Brown. He's hit these two legs in an incredible 35 of 37 games over his last two playoff runs. And, his 2020 postseason averages (21.8 PPG, 7.5 RPG) are directly in line with his numbers from this year's Finals run (22.7 PPG, 6.8 RPG).

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However, this trend didn't just pick up steam when the playoffs began. Jaylen scored 30 or fewer points and grabbed 3+ rebounds in 53 of 65 regular-season contests this season, good for an 82% hit rate. JB has proven to be a remarkably consistent player for the Celts. He's just not going to give you ridiculous scoring performances every playoff game.

Additionally, if you weren't feeling confident enough already, his matchup against the Warriors helps our case. He's cashed these lines in 7/7 games vs. Golden State over the last three seasons, averaging 20.7 PPG and 7.7 RPG. He hasn't scored more than 26 points while grabbing at least 6 boards in each of these games. Look for this to continue in Game 3.

Leg 3: Jordan Poole 2+ Assists

This line has been another one of my recent favorites. Jordan Poole bounced back after a poor Game 1 showing and proved to Head Coach Steve Kerr and NBA fans alike that he brings a much-needed spark off the bench for the Warriors.

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Poole, unsurprisingly, saw his minutes scaled back from 25 to 22 in Game 2. But, he still managed to dish out 3 assists last game, with 2 of them coming in the first half. He's averaged 5.5 potential assists per game in his first two NBA Finals games, which should be plenty of opportunities for him to take us home again.

Poole has at least 2 assists in 89 of 94 games this season. He's averaged 4.3 APG on 7.6 potential assists this postseason, finishing with 2+ in 17 of 18 postseason games. Look for Golden State's 6th Man to continue setting up his outstanding cast of teammates in Game 3.

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Gray is a massive New York sports fan, and is an NBA & NFL oracle. He’s a passionate writer with a strong background in statistics, and loves putting out player props! You can follow him on Twitter @PropBetGuru.


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