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Safe to assume that Nikola Jokic knows who Mat Ishbia is now, and that the security guards at the Ball Arena will form a protective perimeter around the Suns owner should the ball bounce his way in Game 5.

Nobody in Denver wants to see a replay of this, whether or not it was a billionaire flop.

This game tonight is the second half of a TNT doubleheader of two series tied at two games apiece. We advise you that should you make this a movie night instead of a basketball night, your avid NBA fan credentials will be revoked. We have waited all season for a night as epic as the one we have ahead of us, so a word to the wise: stock up on coffee before you stack up on tequila. It is a Tuesday, y’all, so behave.

The Suns mortgaged their future in trading for Kevin Durant with a game like tonight’s in mind, and the Nuggets spent almost the entire season atop the Western Conference standings in order to ensure that this particular game would be on their home floor. Should be one of the best NBA nights we have seen the entire postseason, and the aim here is to make it as profitable financially as it is existentially.

Suns vs Nuggets Game 5 SGP Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under – NBA Playoffs Betting Lines 5/9

Moneyline: Phoenix Suns (+165), Denver Nuggets (-215)
Spread: Phoenix Suns +5.5 (-125), Denver Nuggets -5.5 (-105)
Total: Over/Under 227.5 points

Best NBA Same Game Parlay Picks Today for Suns vs Nuggets - NBA Playoffs Game 5: 4-Leg Parlay Picks (+20000)

Kevin Durant

The player who got out of Brooklyn while the getting was good is coming off a 36-point, 11-rebound double-double in Game 4 when the Suns won their second in a row to even the series. It was his fourth double-double in nine playoff games, which is a consistency rate that should hit .500 if Monty Williams does the smart thing and plays him the same amount of minutes tonight. Durant has scored at least 24 points in every single playoff game this postseason, and with Chris Paul (groin injury) already ruled out tonight, a bigger burden will be placed upon Durant and Devin Booker once again. There is no doubt that Durant is up to the task, and we will need him to play a bunch of point forward for our preferred parlay to hit.

The Pick: Kevin Durant to triple-double (+800).

Devin Booker

The Suns shooting guard is leading all NBA players in postseason scoring at 36.8 points per game, connecting at an astounding rate of .617 from the field. He also is averaging 7.4 assists, more than every player still active with the exception of Jokic, James Harden and Draymond Green.

Booker’s 20-for-25 shooting night in Game 3 got the Suns back into this series, and his 14-for-18 shooting in Game 4 helped them tie it. Why exactly should this guy cool off? No, the law of averages does not apply when you are talking about a guy who has attempted 43 shots and has made 34 over his last two games.

The biggest question is whether he can reach double figures in assists for the second straight game (along with Durant doing the same thing), and the answer will be a “yes” if the Suns have a third player step up the same way Landry Shamet did in Game 4 when he scored 19 points after totaling only 14 in the entire postseason prior to that. Cameron Payne, Josh Okogi and Terrene Ross are all strong candidates to be that third scorer.

The pick: Devin Booker to double-double (+140).

Michael Porter Jr.

Porter Jr. has three double-doubles in eight playoff games including two in each of the last two Nuggets-Suns tilts. Denver coach Michael Malone shortened his bench in Game 4 and went with a seven-man rotation, with Porter logging 39 minutes. As long as Porter’s surgically-repaired back holds up, he should be in for heavy minutes tonight, too.

And something to keep in mind beyond tonight: The Nuggets have a Swiss Army Knife player in Bruce Brown who is going to have a breakout game at some point. He is on the Betway board at +3000 to double-double, but we would not counsel taking him just yet. But remember him when Game 6 comes around on Thursday. He is Malone’s best bench player and is a tenacious defender who could be summoned to try to slow Booker down.

The pick: Michael Porter Jr. to double-double (+425).

Over/under 227.5

These teams went over by 27 points on Sunday after going over by 10 in Game 3, and the Game 2 jigsaw puzzle that ended with the teams finishing 45 points shy of the 229-point O/U has to be tossed aside as an outlier.

Denver has gone over in six of the past eight playoff games, and Phoenix has gone over in seven of nine playoff games with a push in the 10th.

So what we have there is two teams trending over, and with Jokic coming off a 53-point game and showing no signs of being containable, we like the chances for another shootout in tonight’s nightcap (when you shall be permitted to switch from coffee to tequila if this one if trending toward a hit that will provide enough fundage for a Game 6 journey to Phoenix … even if you are flying in from Great Britain).

The four-way parlay of Durant to triple-double, Booker and Porter Jr. to double-double, and the over to hit comes in at +20000, which means a $100 wager would pay $20,000.

The pick: Over 227.5 (-115).

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