Clippers vs. Warriors Same Game Parlay: Value on Draymond Green and the Total

NBA analyst Monique Vág breaks down tonight's game between the Clippers and Warriors and why you should parlay two props in the matchup.

Los Angeles Clippers vs. Golden State Warriors Odds

Clippers Odds -3.5
Warriors Odds +3.5
Moneyline -165 /+240
Over/Under 232.5
Time 10 p.m. ET
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The Golden State Warriors look to extend their four-game home winning streak as they host the Los Angeles Clippers. This will be the third of four regular season meetings between these two teams with both games producing high scores and both teams winning on their home court.

If the Warriors want to continue their winning ways, they will have to do so shorthanded once again without Stephen Curry, Andrew Wiggins and Andre Igouodala all listed as out.

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NBA Same Game Parlay Odds & Pick

The Parlay: (+400)

  • Under 232.5 Points (-110)
  • Draymond Green Over 9.5 Rebounds (+200)

Under 232.5 Points (-110)

The Warriors have been playing much better since the All-Star Break on the defensive end. They have held three straight opponents to 105 points or fewer on 41.4 percent shooting from the floor.

As for the Clippers, they have played opponents tough, including two overtime performances over their past three contests. Although they have been vulnerable on the defensive end as of late, they rank 11th in opponent points per game at 112.5 and 14th in opponent Effective Field Goal percentage.

The total is set high for this contest, and with both teams very familiar with each other, target the high total of 232.5 with an under bet.

Draymond Green Over 9.5 Rebounds (+200) 

Draymond Green returned to the Warriors lineup after missing two straight road contests. In his return, he played 32 minutes and put up 12 points, nine rebounds and eight assists along with two steals and blocks.

The Warriors have had their struggles away from Chase Center, but thankfully they get to play their third straight home contest. At home, the Warriors are giving up an average of 112.6 points per game, but away from home they surrender 11 more at 123.5. They have been much more aggressive and effective on the defensive end at the Chase Center.

For the Clippers, fatigue is a legitimate concern. They finally have started to see a much heavier dose of Paul George, Kawhi Leonard and now Russell Westbrook, but they are all logging big minutes and have very high Usage Rates.

This looks like a prime spot for Green to be active on the defensive end and take advantage of some missed shots. I’m taking an alternate total of Over 9.5 Rebounds at a good price, but there is a lot of value in shopping around for a higher number, or perhaps a double-double bet.