Friday features a seven-game NBA slate, and the game between the Rockets and Trail Blazers should be a fun one. Neither of these squads play a lick of defense, so this matchup should feature plenty of points. The total currently sits at 234.5 points, which is the top mark on the slate. Let’s dive into some NBA betting tips tonight and how to find the best NBA picks and parlays for March 25.
Same Game NBA Picks & Parlays: Rockets at Trail Blazers
The first step is finding which sport you are going to wager on, so the banner at the top of the screen has the sports separated. Once on the NBA page, it is super simple to customize teams and players on the left-hand side of the page.
Now, if you miss one of the odds highlighted in the article because it changed, do not worry. The lines do not always stay the same as they are updated every two minutes. There will be examples of when you can still wager based on the Awesemo projections. It is also easy to sort the props by what style you want to bet them, meaning that you can choose the highest ROI or the highest expected win rate.
Generally, the best approach is a mix of the highest ROI and expected win rate, and this process should take under 30 seconds to filter what you are looking for. The highlighted wagers in the article can also be bet individually, so if the parlay misses by one leg, it is not a total loss.
Brandon Williams Under 4.5 Assists
Williams has seen a healthy workload for the shorthanded Trail Blazers, especially after Anfernee Simons went down with an injury. However, it’s possible that his role is shrinking. Williams was removed from the Blazers’ starting lineup in their last game in favor of Kris Dunn. He still saw 25.1 minutes off the bench, but that game was a 37-point blowout loss. If Friday’s game against the Rockets is a bit more competitive, it’s possible that Williams sees fewer minutes while Dunn sees more.
Even if Williams does see his usual workload, there’s no guarantee he hits the over on 4.5 assists. He’s averaged just 2.6 assists over an average of 25.5 minutes per game, and he’s handed out four assists or fewer in 12 of his 15 games. The fact that the under is available at -149 is a slam dunk.
Eric Gordon Over 1.5 Made 3-Pointers
It’s been a down year for Gordon in Houston, with the Rockets choosing to embrace a full rebuild. That’s the right direction for the future of the franchise, but it’s had a serious impact on Gordon’s numbers. He’s averaged just 23.9 minutes over his past two games, and his role only figures to decrease as the Rockets further embrace the tank.
Still, Gordon is more than capable of making two 3-pointers in 24 minutes. He’s shooting 41.3% from 3-point range this season, and more than half of his field goal attempts have come from distance. The Blazers are also an excellent matchup for 3-pointers, allowing the seventh-highest frequency of opponent 3-pointers per game.
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Jalen Green Under 2.5 Made 3-Pointers
While Gordon is a solid over play in this matchup, backing Green is a whole different story. Unlike his veteran teammate, Green remains a work in progress from downtown. He’s making just 32.0% of his 3-point attempts this season, resulting in a pedestrian 2.0 made 3-pointers per game.
Green has been a bit better from downtown recently, making 37.1% of his 3-pointers over his past 12 games, but he’s still averaged just 2.2 made triples in those contests. He’s hit the under on 2.5 3-pointers in five of his past seven games, and OddsShopper gives the under a 71% expected win rate.
Kevin Porter Jr. Under 6.5 Assists
The under on Porter’s assist prop is also grading out favorably. Even though the Rockets have more scoring potential than usual, asking Porter to get to seven assists seems like too much. He’s averaged just 5.9 assists per game this season, and he’s handed out five dimes or fewer in nine of his past 11 games.
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