NBA Same Game Parlay Odds, Picks & Predictions: Monday (1/1)

Although it’s a Monday, we’ve got NBA on the slate throughout the day.

The Timberwolves will play the Knicks in a 3:00 pm ET match-up on NBATV. Then, another seven games will be played at night.

Because it’s January 1st and a national holiday, most of you will get to stay in and watch sports all day!

I’ve added a couple of same-game parlays for tonight’s slate of games, as we’re looking to start the New Year right!

Monday’s Best NBA Same Game Parlay Bets

(Odds courtesy of FanDuel Sportsbook)

Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Toronto Raptors

Jakob Poeltl has added 10.4 points per game this season. However, he’s shooting a league-best 69.8% from the field this season.

Poeltl has added at least 10 points in 59% of games this season. He’s also had prior success against the Cavaliers and has hit this line in six of his last ten games. Meanwhile, the Cavaliers are 28th in the NBA in points allowed to centers. Poeltl will get some easy looks around the rim.

Hopefully, it’s Pascal Siakam dishing Poeltl the ball. Siakam is being shopped around before the trade deadline after Toronto already made a trade for R.J. Barrett and Immanuel Quickley. But for now, Siakam is still in Toronto, leading the team in scoring with 21.9 points. The forward has also added 5.1 assists and has played at least 40 minutes in each of his last two games.

In December, Siakam averaged 5.2 assists, hitting this line in 59% of games this season. On top of that, Siakam has added five assists in four of his last five games and in six of his previous ten. He’s also had more success against the Cavaliers with assists in previous games dating back to last season.

Finally, Scottie Barnes has averaged 9.4 rebounds per game this year. However, in December, he averaged about ten a game. Barnes has earned at least ten rebounds in six of his last ren and is facing a Cleveland defense that ranks 22nd in rebounds allowed to small forwards.

Parlay Odds: +458

Indiana Pacers vs. Milwaukee Bucks

The Pacers and Bucks are turning into a rivalry. The Pacers earned wins in the first two games against the Bucks, including the NBA In-Season Tournament Semifinal game. However, in the third meeting, the Bucks added a 140-126 win after Giannis Antetokounmpo added 64 points. But he doesn’t think he ever got the actual game ball. Things could get chippy in this one. But one thing’s for sure. Giannis will be locked in.

Meanwhile, Malik Beasley has added 4.3 rebounds per game this season. He’s hit at least four rebounds in 60% of games and has earned four rebounds in most previous games against the Pacers. He’s also hit this line in 65% of his last 20 games, showing off his consistency on the glass.

There’s also value in Brook Lopez with his rebound prop. He’s grabbed 5.1 rebounds per game this season. However, he’s coming off a 10-rebound performance against the Cavaliers and has added at least six rebounds in four of his last five games. Take his Over. There will be a lot of shots from both ends of the court tonight.

Parlay Odds: +534

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