After last weekend’s All-Star break, we’re finally back with some parlays in the same game for the weekend.

We have a seven-game table that includes exciting conference matchups between the Denver Nuggets and Memphis Grizzlies and the Boston Celtics and the Philadelphia 76ers.

Those will be the two most-watched games in the NBA tonight.

I’ve put together parlays in the same game in each of these two games so that we can all benefit while watching these exciting matchups. Let’s go after that!

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Best NBA parlay bets for the same game on Saturday

(Odds via FanDuel Sportsbook)

Denver Nuggets vs. Memphis Grizzlies

    • Stage 1: Dillon Brooks under 11.5 points (-120)
    • Leg 2: Nikola Jokic on 9.5 assists (-150)
    • Stage 3: Jamal Murray via 2.5 threes (-138)
    • Stage 4: Michael Porter Jr. via 2.5 threes (-174)

The Memphis Grizzlies are 2.5 point favorites at home to the Denver Nuggets tonight. But it won’t be Dillon Brooks filling the score. Brooks averaged fewer than nine points per game in February. Also, he has scored fewer than 12 points in every game this February this season.

On the other hand, Nikola Jokic will plug the box score. Jokic is currently averaging a triple-double per game this season. He just added 13 assists against an excellent Cleveland defense and has at least 10 assists in six of his last eight games.

Hopefully those passes will get through to Jamal Murray and Michael Porter Jr. Murray has hit at least four three-pointers in four straight games. I know, I know. We date back to before he was hurt. But Murray took 11 three-pointers on Thursday’s return.

Michael Porter Jr. has hit three three-pointers in his last three games and has three three-pointers in 63% of games this season. He went straight 6-for-10 from downtown and has had at least five three-pointers in each of those three games.

Betting odds: 695

Boston Celtics vs Philadelphia 76ers

    • Stage 1: Tobias Harris below 13.5 points (-113)
    • Leg 2: Jaylen Brown on 2.5 assists (-136)
    • Leg 3: Joel Embiid on 3.5 assists (-136)

This isn’t the most exciting game. But as long as it benefits, that’s all that matters.

Tobias Harris dropped out. He averaged 15.4 points per game but earned just 11.2 points per game in February. Harris scored 20 points against Memphis on Thursday. But he did it with just ten shot attempts and foul shots.

Harris earned just one foul shot per game in February. He doesn’t get to the foul line consistently and doesn’t take enough volume to get to 14 points.

Meanwhile, Joel Embiid accumulated six assists to start the second half against the Grizzlies. He has now earned at least four assists in three straight games and in six of his last ten games.

Jaylen Brown has at least three assists in his last five games. He’s also had three assists in eight of his last 10 games, hitting that milestone in 63% of games this season. The 76ers are one of the better defenses in the NBA, but all of the stars will be playing high-level offense in this rivalry match. That includes brown.

Betting odds: +466

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