The NBA has a strong night on Friday, December 2, as we have 11 games scheduled for action.
Let's take a look at the strong parlay for tonight's game featuring Luka Doncic, De'Aaron Fox, and Julius Randle.
NBA Parlay Leg #1: Luka Doncic Over 31.5 Points (-105)
The Dallas Mavericks will play the New York Knicks inside Madison Square Garden and this should be an interesting matchup. The ability to score the ball has been incredible for the Mavericks as he is averaging 33.8 points in their previous five games. Doncic has been shooting 50.5 percent from the floor as of late and has connected on multiple three-point shots in eight consecutive games.
Doncic is leading the NBA in scoring this season as he is averaging 33.5 points per game thus far. The New York Knicks are ranked 23rd in the league with 116.2 conceded points per game, so Doncic should be able to eclipse 32 points in this game.
NBA Parlay Leg #2: De'Aaron Fox Over 5.5 Assists (-140)
De'Aaron Fox and the Sacramento Kings will be facing off against the Los Angeles Clippers here and he should be able to continue his excellent passing of the basketball in this matchup. With center Domantas Sabonis down low or guys like shooting guard Kevin Huerter, small forward Harrison Barnes, or power forward Keegan Murray, there are ample opportunities for Fox to really dominate and dish the ball to an open man for a basket.
In Fox's last 10 games, he has dished the ball incredibly well with 6.8 assists per game so expect this to continue happening and for him to showcase his passing abilities in this game against a tough defensive unit.
NBA Parlay Leg #3: Julius Randle Under 8.5 Rebounds (-122)
With the New York Knicks hosting the Dallas Mavericks this afternoon, power forward Julius Randle is expected to take control of the boards in this game. However, he has not rebounded incredibly well as in his last 10 games, he is averaging 8.1 rebounds and has failed to reach the nine rebounds needed in this game in three of his last four games overall.
Dallas has good size on their frontcourt with players like Christian Wood, JaVale McGee, and Davis Bertans, so getting rebounds can be a little difficult here.