Find Boston Celtics vs. Indiana Pacers same-game parlay picks & odds featuring Jaylen Brown, Tyrese Haliburton, and Myles Turner below.
Boston Celtics vs. Indiana Pacers Same Game Parlay Picks
Our Boston Celtics vs. Indiana Pacers same-game parlay has legs that include Brown, Haliburton, and Turner. See why we are optimistic or pessimistic about these particular players in this game.
Leg 1: Jaylen Brown 8+ Rebounds (+265)
There are few things we love more than tailing a well-researched Braxton Reynolds player prop pick, especially when there is plus-odds value! Jaylen Brown is in a tremendous spot to pull down many rebounds against the Indiana Pacers, and he has historically done just that.
In three games without Porzingis this season, Brown has pulled down eight rebounds, seven rebounds, and four rebounds; he hit this line once and nearly hit it in two out of three games. Without the 7-foot-3 Latvian center, Brown will be forced to rebound the ball more, as several Celtics players have to pick up the slack.
Brown’s recent history against Indiana is also extremely promising; he has logged 11, 10, seven, and seven rebounds in his past four games against the Pacers, hitting this line twice and falling merely one rebound short twice.
The Pacers are the fastest team in the NBA and score the most points, meaning that there will be numerous opportunities for Brown to pull down some boards, especially since the ‘Cers shoot the fifth-most three-point attempts per game. Long shot, long rebound.
At +265 odds, it is challenging to pass this up, especially since he will be looking to contribute in more ways to this game than just scoring. With an added incentive to the In-Season games, don’t expect him just constantly to leak out in transition. He will pile up the boards in this one.
Leg 2: Tyrese Haliburton 5+ Threes (+150)
These three-point lines for Tyrese Haliburton are absolutely outrageous; he has solidified himself as one of the best three-point shooters in the league, particularly off the dribble, which is typically a much harder shot than a catch-and-shoot three. However, if you are reading this, then we shouldn’t have to explain that to you.
Haliburton’s three-point shooting this season has been Curry-esque, and believe us when we say that there is reluctance in putting any player in the same conversation regarding shooting as Steph. But there is no denying these stats. “Hali” is nailing 44.7% of his three-point attempts and nearly 43% of his pull-up threes. And those numbers look awfully familiar.
Regarding recent output, Haliburton has hit the over on this line in four of his past five games and in five of his past seven. During that stretch (past five games), Tyrese has also attempted an average of 12 threes per game, including a game in which he only attempted six. That number balloons to 14 3PA per game when leaving out the Portland game.
Ultimately, if Indiana wants any chance at advancing past the C’s into the semi-final round of the In-Season Tournament, Haliburton has to go bonkers offensively. His shooting has been nothing short of elite, and it certainly wouldn’t shock us if he put together another exceptional performance.
Top 10 Pull-Up Three Point FGM
Doncic | 49 | 40.5% (3P%)
Haliburton | 48 | 42.5%
Brunson | 35 | 46.1% 🤯
Lillard | 34 | 33.7%
Young | 34 | 35.1%
Tatum | 33 | 31.7%
Curry | 32 | 33.7%
Maxey | 30 | 34.9%
LaVine | 30 | 34.5%
Mitchell | 29 | 37.2% pic.twitter.com/B24nUaTwUT
— DJ (@DJAceNBA) December 1, 2023
Leg 3: Myles Turner 2+ Blocks (-110)
The average NBA fan likely does not hear much about Myles Turner, even though he is one of the best interior rim protectors in the league and has been for over a handful of years. That must be the impact of playing on a small market team that has struggled to find consistent success.
Still, Turner has been elite around the rim defensively once again this season, averaging over two blocks per game in less than 27 minutes per game. There are a number of reasons why we love Turner to log two or more blocks in this game.
First, Turner has hit the Over on this line in six of his past seven games, as he has clearly found a rhythm on that end of the floor. Additionally, the Pacers are a poor defensive rebounding team, ranking 25th in the NBA in defensive rebounding percentage; they also allow the third-most second-chance points to opponents, while Boston scores the 12th-most second-chance points.
This is all notable because it gives Turner more opportunities and possessions to block shots, and he is in a solid position to swat shots that Celtics players try to finish around the rim off of an offensive rebound.
Second, Turner has not logged many minutes this season, as his average has dropped from roughly 30 minutes to just shy of 27 minutes. The primary reason for this is that head coach Rick Carlisle trusts his bench depth more, particularly in the frontcourt. Last year, the ‘Cers struggled with getting valuable minutes from bench bigs, but that has not been the case thus far.
While that might seem like a bad thing, the reality is this game will project more like a playoff game, meaning it would shock us if Turner played fewer than 30-32 minutes in this one. The extra minutes could give Turner more opportunities to block shots and get us to this number.
Same Game Parlay Card For Boston Celtics Vs. Indiana Pacers
Below are the final Boston Celtics vs. Indiana Pacers’ same-game parlay odds, as well as all of the legs listed out.
- Jaylen Brown 8+ Rebounds (+265)
- Tyrese Haliburton 5+ Threes (+150)
- Myles Turner 2+ Blocks (-110)
- Parlay Odds: Three Legs (+1400)
For 14-1 odds, we love these three legs to hit in tonight’s In-Season Tournament game. It is going to be a competitive, physical game, but look for Brown to crash the defensive glass, Turner to protect the defensive glass, and Haliburton to ensure that his three-point attempts go through the net and not off of the glass.