The 2022-2023 NBA season continues on Tuesday, November 29th, with only six teams set to take the court. Take a look at a strong parlay for tonight's action, featuring Julius Randle, Golden State Warriors, Los Angeles Clippers and Portland Trail Blazers.
NBA Parlay Leg #1: Julius Randle Double-Double (+172)
Julius Randle is a credible threat to finish with a double-double every time he steps on to the court. The New York Knicks star has already had nine double-doubles this season. However, he has failed to record any in two meetings against Detroit Pistons this season. Look out for that to change in his third meeting against them, as they will be severely depleted. The Pistons could be without their entire starting lineup, as all five players are listed as either questionable or out for Tuesday's contest. Furthermore, Detroit's lack of size and depth up front has begun to show, as they are one of the worst rebounding teams in the NBA.Expect Randle to take advantage by finishing with a double-double.
NBA Parlay Leg #2: Golden State Warriors -1.5 (-117)
The defending champions, Golden State Warriors have been playing eye-catching basketball lately, winning five of their last six to climb above .500 for the first time since being 3-2. The Warriors' only loss in that stretch came with their starting five sitting out to rest. Dallas Mavericks, on the other hand, have been heading in the opposite direction. Dallas have lost their last four games, dropping under .500 for the first time since being 2-3. Put your money on Golden State to defeat the Mavericks while also covering the spread. Expect the Warriors to win by at least two points.
NBA Parlay Leg #3: Los Angeles Clippers and Portland Trail Blazers Total Points Under 214.5 (-117)
Los Angeles Clippers and Portland Trail Blazers have both been among the worst scoring teams in the NBA. The Clippers rank 30th in points per game, while the Blazers rank 23rd. In stark contrast, both teams have been top-ten units defensively, ranking second and ninth in opponents points per game, respectively.
With Paul George, Kawhi Leonard, and Damian Lillard all sidelined, expect a defensive battle between the Clippers and Blazers. Look for the two teams to combine to score less than 215 points.