Nuggets vs. Trail Blazers Same Game Parlay: Back Grant and Portland

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

Denver Nuggets vs. Portland Trail Blazers Odds

Nuggets Odds +1.5
Trail Blazers Odds -1.5
Moneyline +100 /-120
Over/Under 227.5
Time 10 p.m. ET
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The Denver Nuggets look to snap their three-game losing streak tonight on the road against the Trail Blazers, who have won two straight.

If the last game in Portland between these teams, a 135-110 Trail Blazers win, is any indicator, the Blazers look to be in a very favorable spot. They also look to continue their success with Damian Lillard back in the lineup for his second game after missing seven games with a leg strain.

Nuggets vs. Trail Blazers Same Game Parlay Odds & Picks

The Parlay: (+275)

  • Portland Trail Blazers Moneyline (-120)
  • Jerami Grant 3 or More Made 3s (+125)

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Portland Trail Blazers Moneyline (-120)

The Trail Blazers host the Nuggets with a rest advantage after last playing the Indiana Pacers in Portland on Sunday. The Blazers are 2-0 straight up this season on three or more days rest as they should be very fresh for this matchup.

The Moda Center has been kind to the Blazers as they are averaging almost seven more points per game (114.2) at home this season. In their prior win against Denver, despite getting out to a slow start in the first quarter, the Trail Blazers put up 32, 44 and 36 points on 57.8 percent shooting in the final three quarters.

With Lillard back in the lineup,  a rest advantage and home court advantage, look for another big showing from the Trail Blazers.

Jerami Grant 3 or More Made 3-Point Shots (+125)

The Trail Blazers are a team that relies on the 3-point shot quite heavily, with just shy of 33 percent of their points coming from beyond the arc. This is a favorable spot for them against a Nuggets team that ranks 23rd in 3-point Accuracy allowed (37.5%, per Cleaning The Glass).

This sets up favorably for Jerami Grant, who is shooting a career-high 46.1% on 3s this season. He plays a key 3-and-D role on this team as he is averaging 36.3 minutes per game in his first season in Portland. He has hit three or more made 3s in five of his last seven games and should continue his shooting success tonight.