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Sweep the Floor: 3-Game NBA Parlay for Today’s Potential Series Clinchers

We have NBA parlay picks for all three games on Monday, including two that could be wrapped up.

Kicking off the action is the Celtics vs Heat, followed by the Thunder vs Pelicans and Lakers vs Nuggets.

Sweep the Floor: 3-Game NBA Parlay for Today's Potential Series Clinchers
Sweep the Floor: 3-Game NBA Parlay for Today's Potential Series Clinchers

The latter two games could be all she wrote for the Western Conference teams.

Here’s a look at some NBA Odds to consider!

C’s Seeking Consecutive W’s

The Celtics looked horrible in Game 2, but that was a great bounce-back effort to beat the Heat in Game 3.

We expect that momentum to carry over to Game 4, and although they are playing on the road, that shouldn’t be enough to stop them.

Bettors might see the -10 line and get scared. However, winning by double digits is all too familiar for the Celtics, and the Heat might have come to the end of their courageous campaign.

There should be plenty of respect given to the Heat. However, they couldn’t muster much when losing 104-84 at home, and a repeat of that could be on the cards.

“We didn’t make too many adjustments,” Celtics coach Joe Mazzulla said. “We played a little bit harder, we played harder and we dictated the physicality and the tempo of the game. It’s the simple things that you have to do under a high level of stress, high level of adversity.”

The Celtics want a rest before the next round, so beating the Heat comfortably on Monday is a must.



Thunder Clap Prepared for Pelicans

One of the most impressive teams all year has been the Thunder, who are one win away from sending the Pelicans on holiday.

Holding a 3-0 lead, the Thunder have been tested only once in the series, which came in Game 1. The Pelicans played well in that game, but not having Zion Willamson has been too much for them to overcome.

Their supporting players aren’t scoring enough points, which has seen the under and the Thunder cash with consistency.

NBA lines have the Thunder at -5, and that’s a generous line considering betting trends. The Thunder have limited the Pelicans to totals of 92, 92, and 85 points, which is a dead-set terrible offense from the Pelicans.

We can’t see that changing for this must-win game, and the Thunder to cover the spread is one of our most confident NBA parlay picks of the week.

They are a better team, they have better players, and they have a much better attitude. That should result in a comfortable road victory to close out the series.

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Defending Champs Odds-On to Win

The Lakers managed to stay in the series with a 119-108 home win in Game 4, but we expect their season to come to an end.

The Nuggets have served us well throughout the playoffs and there’s no reason to jump off their backs.

Returning to Ball Arena, where they are 35-8, is a massive advantage, and we can’t see the Lakers putting up much of a fight.

Jamal Murray and Nikola Jokic have been excellent, and although covering a -7 line isn’t easy, they should want to advance to the next round in fine style.

In their home games against the Lakers in this series, they won 114-103 and 101-99. Bettors will be hoping for something along the lines of Game 1.

Given their experience of winning the NBA title last year, that should be enough to put away LeBron James and the Lakers.

Credit James and Anthony Davis for keeping them in the hunt, but the fresher and younger team should prevail in Game 5.

Include the Nuggets -7 in your NBA picks for Monday’s parlay.

NBA Pick: Nuggets -7 (-110)



Questions Of The Day

What is the best pick for our NBA Monday parlay?

The Oklahoma City Thunder covering a -5 spread is our best parlay pick from the three available games.

Are the Celtics overrated at the -10 line against the Heat?

The Celtics have been the best team all season, so they deserve to be double-digit favorites in Game 4.

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