Best NBA Parlay for Tonight: Stephen Curry, CJ McCollum, and Luguentz Dort

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Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry

The 2022-2023 NBA season continues on Tuesday (October 25) with eight teams in action.

Take a look at tonight's action, featuring Stephen Curry, CJ McCollum, and Luguentz Dort.

NBA Parlay Leg #1: Stephen Curry over 38.5 Points + Rebounds + Assists (-105)

After winning the 2021-22 NBA Championship, Stephen Curry has picked up from where he left off.

The 2022 NBA Finals MVP is averaging 33.3 points for the season, shooting 47.0% from the field, 44.4% from the 3-point range, and 100% from the free-throw line. Curry is averaging 5.3 rebounds and 4.3 assists through the Golden State Warriors' first three games, giving him a combined points, rebounds, and assists average of 43 per game.

He has scored at least 33 points in his first three games. With Curry and the Warriors leading the NBA in both points per game and pace, he will have plenty of opportunities to extend that streak on Tuesday night. Look for him to take advantage of those opportunities once again.

NBA Parlay Leg #2: CJ McCollum Over 23.5 Points (-115)

CJ McCollum has averaged 23.3 points per game through the New Orleans Pelicans' first three games. McCollum scored 28 in his most recent outing after scoring 21 in the first two games. His production and output significantly increased, as both Brandon Ingram and Zion Williamson were forced to leave the game with injury.

In the first three quarters, McCollum scored 15 points on 5-12 shooting. Following Williamson's departure with 8:06 to play in regulation, McCollum scored 13 points on 7-13 shooting in the fourth quarter and overtime.

With Ingram now in concussion protocol and Williamson questionable to play, expect McCollum to be the focal point of the Pelicans offense. Look for him to take advantage of the extra opportunities.

NBA Parlay Leg #3: Luguentz Dort Over 17.5 Points (-115)

Luguentz Dort is far from the first name that comes to mind when thinking of scorers. He has scored at least 18 points in just 25% of his 142 career games. Playing against the LA Clippers, who have been a top-ten defense early on and have many wing defenders, Dort's inclusion may seem like a head-scratcher at first glance.

However, a look at the injury report shows why Dort could easily eclipse 18 points. Not only is Kawhi Leonard on a minutes restriction, if he even plays, the Clippers will also be without Paul George and Marcus Morris. Furthermore, the OKC Thunder will be without their two leaders in shot attempts this season, as both Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and Josh Giddey will not suit up.

Dort, who is third on the Thunder in shot attempts and tied with Giddey for second in scoring, should see his touches rise significantly. With Gilgeous-Alexander not suiting up in the Thunder's previous game, Dort took advantage, scoring 20 points. Eight of them came following Giddey's departure with 5:21 remaining in the third quarter. Look for Dort to take advantage once again.

Three-Leg Parlay Odds: +582

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Edited by Bhargav