The 2022-2023 NBA season continues on Sunday (October 30) with 16 teams set to take the court.
NBA Parlay Leg #1: Bradley Beal Over 23.5 Points (-106)
After leading the NBA in opponents points per game and finishing second in defensive rating last season, the Boston Celtics defense has struggled under interim head coach Joe Mazzulla. The Celtics currently rank 22nd in opponents points per game and 28th in defensive rating. They have allowed seven opponents to score at least 24 points through their first five games.
Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal is averaging just 22.6 points per game through his first five games. That would mark his lowest average since 2017-2018. Look for Beal to bounce back against a Boston defense that has struggled to establish their identity. Expect Beal to score at least 28 points.
NBA Parlay Leg #2: Donovan Mitchell Over 28.5 Points (-102)
Cleveland Cavaliers guard Donovan Mitchell has had no trouble adapting to his new team early on. Through five games, the All-Star guard is averaging 31.0 points per game, failing to reach the 30 point mark just once.
Facing a New York Knicks defense that ranks just 17th in opponents points per game, Mitchell's strong start should be expected to continue.
With Darius Garland expected to miss another contest due to an eye injury suffered in the season opener, look for Mitchell to once again pick up the slack on offense for Cleveland. Expect Mitchell to score at least 29 points against the Knicks on Sunday.
NBA Parlay Leg #3: Rudy Gobert Over 14.5 Rebounds (-113)
Rudy Gobert has averaged 15.2 rebounds per game through six games this season. He has had at least 15 rebounds in four of his six games, and both times he has failed to reach that number have come against the San Antonio Spurs.
Gobert will once again be facing the Spurs, who rank 23rd in the NBA in rebounding, on Sunday. Look for the Minnesota Timberwolves big man to have a big night on the glass. Expect Gobert to pull in at least 15 rebounds against the Spurs.