NBA Same Game Parlay Odds, Picks & Predictions: Sunday (11/12)

With lots of action on the NBA slate tonight, I’ve added two same-game parlays from two different games.

Every matchup in the NBA has a spread at single digits. That should make for an entertaining Sunday in the NBA.

Below are my two same-game parlays for the day.

Sunday’s Best NBA Same Game Parlay Bets

(Odds courtesy of FanDuel Sportsbook)

Denver Nuggets vs. Houston Rockets

The Houston Rockets are on a five-game winning streak. One of the key guys in the winning streak has been Alperen Sengun. He’s the second-leading scorer on the Rockets, averaging 19 points per game. Sengun has averaged 61.7% from the field while also taking an occasional three. He’s added at least 15 points in every game during the win streak and he’s scored at least 17 points in six of his last seven. Let’s ride with Sengun.

Meanwhile, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope has only scored 10.2 points per game. He’s shot 47.8% from the field but has only hit 11 points in 22% of games this season. In November, Caldwell-Pope has taken under eight shots per game despite playing more than 32 minutes a night. He’s not getting the shot volume to put up big numbers.

Lastly, while Aaron Gordon is fourth on the Nuggets in scoring, he has only averaged 13.4 points per game. Like Caldwell-Pope, he’s hit this line in 22% of games and has only hit at least 16 points in one of his last five. Gordon has shot just 28.6% from three, and his field goal percentage has dropped in November as well. Look for that to continue against the pesky Rockets.

Parlay Odds: +566

Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Phoenix Suns

Although Shai Gilgeous-Alexander leads the Thunder in scoring, he’s also averaging 6.4 assists per game. He’s nailed at least six assists in four straight games and in 75% of games this year. Gilgeous-Alexander has earned about 38 minutes a night in November. He’s also taken at least 20 shots in every game so far in November. The ball is always in his hands. He’s a big playmaker. Take his Over.

While Bradley Beal is listed as a game-time decision, he’s more probable than questionable. Beal has played in two games and has earned four rebounds in both games. Even last year, Beal hit this number in 58% of games. His minutes went up from 24 in the first game to 32 in the second game. That’s where I figure he’ll be tonight.

Lastly, while Devin Booker is out, Bradley Beal figures to steal some shots from Durant. Durant has scored over 30 points per game while shooting nearly 51% from the field. However, he’s only hit at least two threes in 33% of games this season. He’s been better recently but look back through his last ten games. He’s hit this line in just three of them. I’ll take his Under to finish the parlay.

Parlay Odds: +644

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