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The 2022 NBA Finals between the Boston Celtics and Golden State Warriors is all tied at 2 after a masterful performance from Steph Curry. For Game 5, NBA expert Brian Matthews is here with a +1054 same-game parlay you don't want to miss.

Boston Celtics vs. Golden State Warriors Game 5 Same-Game Parlay (+1054): 2022 NBA Finals

After a dominant performance from Steph Curry in Game 4 of the NBA Finals, the series will head back to Golden State tied 2-2 for a pivotal Game 5.

This series has been electric, and I only expect things to ramp up tomorrow night. Golden State fans have heard the outpouring of love for Draymond Green in Boston, and I expect there will be no lack of energy from fans at the Chase Center.

While most of us won’t be there in person, we can certainly add some of our own excitement with an SGP. I’ve got one ready for Game 5 sitting at +1054. Why not? It’s only right.

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Celtics vs. Warriors Game 5 Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

Date: June 13, 2022

When: 9:00 PM ET

Where to Watch Celtics vs Warriors: ABC

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Celtics vs. Warriors Game 5 Same-Game Parlay: +1054 (Bet $100 to Win $1054)

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Jaylen Brown Over 2.5 Three-Pointers Made

Brown has been very good in this series. While Andrew Wiggins has been tasked with guarding Jayson Tatum a good amount of the time, Brown can get his shots. In this series, Brown has attempted 8, 9, 8, and 6 deep balls, and hitting 3 or more in 2 of his last 3 games. 

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Kevon Looney Over 7.5 Rebounds

After the offensive rebounding clinic put on by Boston in Game 3, Golden State made the adjustments – and Otto Porter Jr. was not it. Looney has had 7 or more rebounds in all 6 games against the Boston Celtics this season. He grabbed 11 rebounds in Game 4, and had an impressive 18 rebounding opportunities, second only to Robert Williams of the Boston Celtics. It was clear the Warriors needed to eliminate all the second-chance points the Celtics were getting. Looney and Andrew Wiggins stepped up in a large way last game.

Robert Williams Over 7.5 Rebounds

Robert Williams has an impressive 20 rebounds in his last 2 games – grabbing 10 rebounds in Game 3 and 12 rebounds in Game 4. Williams led all players in Game 4 in rebounding chances, with a potential 19 rebounds. They’ll need that energy again tonight.

Andrew Wiggins Over 1.5 Three-Pointers Made

Wiggins went off in Game 5, grabbing 16 rebounds on 18 rebounding chances. That is an insane 88.9% conversion rate.  He’s doing it all for the Warriors. He’s also hit 2 or more threes in 5 of his last 6 home games. The volume is there too, attempting 7, 7, 3, 6, and 6 deep balls in his last 5.

Marcus Smart 4+ Assists

Smart had 10 potential assists in Game 4 and has now recorded 4 or more assists in all 6 games against the Warriors. He has also covered this number in 9 of his last 10 games – So this feels right. 

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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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