Draymond Green
Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green (23) celebrates with the crowd in the final second of Game 4 of an NBA basketball Western Conference playoff semifinal against the Memphis Grizzlies in San Francisco, Monday, May 9, 2022. The Warriors won 101-98. (AP Photo/Tony Avelar)


Nathan Hursh

Warriors -6 (-114 FD)

So far this postseason, Golden State is 7-0 at home. Tonight, they will host Dallas in Game Two of the Western Conference Finals. I expect the Warriors to continue their winning ways at the Chase Center. Although Luka is nothing short of amazing for the Mavs, his help doesn’t compare to the depth of the Warriors. I do believe the Mavs still have a small chance in the series, but tonight, Golden State will roll.

Draymond Green o8.5 points (+106 FD)
As this series goes along, Dallas would be smart to beg Draymond to shoot the basketball as much as possible. He does not want to, that’s for sure. That said, Draymond will have to shoot just a little bit to keep Dallas slightly honest. In Game One, Green scored 10 points on six shots. I don’t think it’s unreasonable that he can’t live in that area of 5-7 shots per game. If that’s the case tonight, Draymond should clear the nine-point mark.

Oilers at Flames o6.5 (-128 FD)
The goals were raining in Game One of the battle of Alberta. The nets could barely hold up after 15 pucks tickled the twine. Although 15 goals most likely won’t be scored again, it’s okay. We only need half of that. In four regular-season matchups this year, these two teams hit over 6.5 goal threshold in three of them. Slam the over. Slam the goals.

Bonus Same Game Parlay
Mavericks/Warriors u214 (-110)
Jalen Brunson o1.5 threes (+112)
Luka Doncic 10+ rebounds (-115)
Steph Curry 6+ rebounds (+108)

Total Parlay: +1485 (FD)

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