With the Conference Finals very much looming large on the horizon, the 8 remaining teams in the NBA Playoffs are knuckling down and trying to move on. As it stands now, all 4 series across both conferences look like they are going to go deep. The next couple of nights might create some level of separation, especially in the two series that are heading into Game 4. With 4 games set to go between Monday and Tuesday, we have come parlay opportunities coming our way. We are going to look at those 4 games and create SU and ATS parlay tickets, which you can mix and match or add to your own NBA Playoffs Betting picks, so let’s get to it.
Basketball Parlay Picks for this Week’s Games | NBA Playoffs Betting
NBA SU Parlay – Bucks, Warriors, Heat, Suns – Monday & Tuesday
The defending champions come into Game 4 of their series against the Boston Celtics with a 2-1 lead and the chance to take a stranglehold on the series in Game 4. They have only dropped 1 home game thus far in the postseason, so I like Milwaukee to win.
After a tight road win in Game 1 of their series versus the Memphis Grizzlies, the Warriors have been a little up and down, which was what they were like in the regular season. They looked great on home court in Game 3, and I expect more of the same here.
Moving on to Tuesday night, we have a pair of series knotted at 2-2, so these games are huge. The series between the Heat and the 76ers has gone the way of the home team through the first 4 games, so let’s stick with that trend and take the Heat at home.
It is the exact same story with the Mavericks and the Suns, who have seen the first 4 games of their series go to the team playing at home. This has been a fabulous series, but I like the Suns to edge the lead on Tuesday night.
NBA ATS Parlay – Bucks (-1), Warriors (-10 ½), 76ers (+3), Suns (-6)
In Game 3 of the series between the Bucks and the Celtics, we saw the defending champions take a 2-1 series lead by beating the Celtics by a single point. I think we get another close on in Game 4, but I do think the Bucks will win by more than 1 point.
The Warriors did the hard part in getting a split in the opening 2 games in Memphis, which they them followed up with a stunning Game 2 performance, where they won 142-112. While I don’t expect another blowout of that size, I still think they cover in Game 4.
While the series sits tied at 2-2, the first 4 games between the 76ers and Heat have not been particularly close, with the winner of each game winning comfortably. With the series now down to a best of 3, I think we see things tighten up, which is why I am taking the 76ers to cover.
The Phoenix Suns are looking to go one step further than they did last season, but they are having a rough time of things against the Mavericks, with that series tied 2-2. I like the Suns to break loose in Game 5, getting the win and covering in the process.