Peter's Primetime Parlay for Warriors vs. Jazz (Believe in Jordan Poole)

Golden State Warriors guard Jordan Poole.
Golden State Warriors guard Jordan Poole. / Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports

Looking for a parlay to place on the loaded NBA slate on Wednesday night? 

I’m eyeing the primetime matchup between the Golden State Warriors and Utah Jazz, where WynnBET has Golden State as a two-point underdog on the road. 

Here’s a same-game parlay that I love in this matchup: 

Best Same-Game Parlay Picks for Warriors vs. Jazz (+265 Odds)

  • Golden State Warriors +11.5
  • Andrew Wiggins 14+ Points
  • Jordan Poole OVER 15.5 Points
  • Steph Curry OVER 4.5 Assists
  • Donovan Mitchell 2+ 3-Pointers Made

Golden State Warriors +11.5

In my NBA Best Bets column, I mentioned that I like the Warriors to win this game, but in this parlay I’m going to go safe and move this line to Warriors +11.5, as they should easily keep this game within 10 points. 

The Warriors have won nine straight games entering this matchup, and they are facing a Jazz team that is dead last in the NBA in defensive rating when Rudy Gobert sits. 

I’ll take all these points tonight. 

Andrew Wiggins 14+ Points

Andrew Wiggins has gone under this number in just one of his last eight games, and the All-Star forward is averaging 18.1 points per game this season. 

Wiggins should be in line for more shots tonight, as the last two games that Klay Thompson missed but he played he took 16 and 17 shots in those games. 

With Gobert out, I’ll back Wiggins to at least put up 14 on Wednesday. 

Jordan Poole OVER 15.5 Points

We’re getting a little aggressive with Poole, but Klay Thompson’s absence has made him a money player recently. Poole has scored 20, 20 and 31 points in the last three games Thompson was out of the lineup, and I wouldn’t be surprised if he comes near the 20-point mark tonight. 

With Steph Curry still slumping, Poole is a perfect candidate to get it going for the Dubs. 

Steph Curry OVER 4.5 Assists

If Wiggins and Poole are going to score, someone has to get them the ball, right? 

Steph Curry hasn’t been shooting well, but he’s still been an elite playmaker, averaging 6.4 assists per game on the season and clearing this number in 10 straight games. 

Utah may throw everything at Curry and dare the rest of the Warriors to beat it, so that lines up perfectly for all three Warriors props tonight. 

Donovan Mitchell 2+ 3-Pointers Made

Donovan Mitchell has been red hot since returning from his concussion, posting 27 and 32 points in his last two games while shooting an impressive 21-for-36 from the field. 

Volume is the key thing for Mitchell in this prop, as he’s taken seven or more 3-pointers in 23 straight games, hitting two or more shots from deep in 20 of those contests. 

Mitchell is shooting an average 34.4% from 3, but the volume will be there for him on offense as long as Gobert is out.

Find Peter Dewey’s full betting record in the NBA this season here.