The 30-19 Philadelphia 76ers will host the 22-25 Golden State Warriors on Wednesday night in what will be their second meeting in just over a week. The Warriors took the first matchup on January 30th following an inspired performance from Steph Curry, Jonathan Kuminga and Andrew Wiggins, and could pull one game closer to .500 with a win over the wounded 76ers.

I’m taking a look at my favorite NBA same game parlay picks today for the matchup, including Steph Curry’s three pointers and some thoughts on the Sixers advances without Joel Embiid.

Before we break down the game, these are my NBA same game parlay predictions for the Golden State Warriors and Philadelphia 76ers matchup on Wednesday night.

Best NBA Same Game Parlay Picks Today for Golden State Warriors vs Philadelphia 76ers - 4 Legs Parlay Picks (+525)


Leg-1 SGP Pick: Golden State Warriors Moneyline (-205)

Steph Curry Three Pointers

Leg-2 SGP Pick: Steph Curry Over 3.5 Three Pointers (-225)

Jonathan Kuminga Rebounds

Leg-3 SGP Pick: Jonathan Kuminga Over 5.5 Rebounds (-200):

Tyrese Maxey Points

Leg-4 SGP Pick: Tyrese Maxey 30+ Points (+110)
Golden State Warriors vs Philadelphia 76ers Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NBA Betting Lines 2/7

Moneyline: Golden State Warriors -200, Philadelphia 76ers +170
Spread: Warriors -4.5 (-120), 76ers +4.5 (+100)
Total: Over/Under 235.5 points

NBA Schedule Today, February 7th – Game info - Golden State Warriors vs Philadelphia 76ers

2023-24 NBA Regular Season Game
Golden State Warriors (22-25, 9-12 Away) vs Philadelphia 76ers (30-19, 17-8 Home)
Date: Wednesday, Feb. 7th, 2024
Time: 7:30 p.m. EST
Venue: Wells Fargo Center — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
TV Channel: NBC Sports Bay Area, NBC Sports Philadelphia
Live Stream: fuboTV
Live Radio: 95.7 The Game, 97.5 The Fanatic

Golden State Warriors vs Philadelphia 76ers Injury Report

The Philadelphia 76ers will be without three of their veterans once again on Wednesday night, as Nicolas Batum, Robert Covington and De’Anthony Melton are all sidelined with injury.

Batum has dealt with various injuries this season but has missed the last four with a hamstring strain. Covington has been out with bone bruise in his knee since early January, and Melton hasn’t played in three weeks as he recovers from a lumbar spine issue.

Of course, the biggest injury news for the Sixers right now is that of Joel Embiid, who is now expected to miss around four weeks following a procedure on his knee on Tuesday.

For the Warriors, Chris Paul and Gary Payton II are out, while Draymond Green remains questionable with a right knee contusion.

Golden State Warriors vs Philadelphia 76ers Prediction and Pick

Just a matter of weeks ago things were looking pretty bleak for the Golden State Warriors. While they haven’t completely turned it around just yet, they have found a little rhythm in recent matchups. The Dubs have won three of their last four, with the only losses they’ve suffered in their last five both coming in overtime.

Jonathan Kuminga’s minutes are up again over the last several games and his impact has been profound with at least 22 points in four of his last five. The forward is taking a great selection of shots and gives the Warriors a threat driving to the basket, as shown by his 28 point performance in the win over the Brooklyn Nets last time out.

Rookie guard Brandin Podziemski has been performing at a high level too. The rookie has three straight double-doubles and has shown he can contribute equally with shots, assists and rebounds.

Klay Thompson is trying to shoot his way out of a funk but has now been sat at the end of games on multiple occasions. He could be the subject of trade conversations as the deadline approaches. The five time All Star and four time champion with the Warriors has gone 4-25 from three point range in his last three, and it's costing him playing time in the fourth quarter.

The Warriors will need their best stuff driving inside against Philadelphia, who did a great job sealing against Luka Doncic despite the loss against the Mavs earlier this week. Nick Nurse’s team are obviously battling uphill right now, but doubling Doncic at the three point line proved effective for the first three quarters. With that in mind, I’m expecting a big game from Jonathan Kuminga as the forward who can cut to the basket and make a difference.

The Sixers have only won one game without Joel Embiid, and that one win is their only win in the last seven games. The six losses include the loss against the Warriors, and Embiid played in that game.

His absence, and that of forwards Robert Covington and Nicolas Batum, forces the Sixers to play small ball and that means a lot more shots for the likes of Tyrese Maxey and Tobias Harris.

Harris in particular is having a resurgent year in Nick Nurse’s system, with a lot more ball movement and cutting to the basket proving to be effective for both him and Kelly Oubre Jr.

Harris put up 26 against the Warriors last time around in a double-double performance paired with 10 rebounds and followed that up with  28 points on 13-21 shooting against the Utah Jazz.

Nick Nurse has the Sixers playing with far more movement offensively, and when Joel Embiid is on the floor they’re arguably the most impressive offense in the league. Without him however, guys are having to outplay their expectations to give the Sixers a chance. The only win they have managed without Embiid took a 51 point performance from Tyrese Maxey against Utah, and that could prove difficult here against an experienced Warriors team.

I have Maxey making a splash with 30+ points, but I don’t believe it’ll be enough to contend with the Warriors, who are favored here by 4.5. I led my NBA same game parlay for the matchup with the Warriors moneyline, and I like the value on a single with the -4.5 spread too.

The Pick: Golden State Warriors -4.5 (-110)

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Tyrese Maxey Points

The Golden State Warriors are a bottom five team against opposing point guards this season, allowing over 25.5 points per game in the process.

This matchup is particularly tough for the Warriors, with a veteran backcourt that doesn’t have the speed in its starting five to trail Maxey for four quarters. Golden State offers up 36.8 threes per game too, putting them in the bottom third in the league in perimeter defense.

As a result, Maxey should have plenty of looks at either pulling up from three point range or driving to the cup. He didn’t play in the last matchup with the Dubs but does have two 30+ point performances in his last seven starts.

The Pick: Tyrese Maxey Over 28.5 Points (-110)

Andrew Wiggins Three Pointers

The Philadelphia 76ers are one of the more pressing teams at the three point line and Nick Nurse loves to make opposition teams pass out of their primary look. He had guys closing out with double teams on Luka Doncic all night against the Mavs. While it might not be quite the same look against the Warriors here, I still expect to see Nurse force threes out of the likes of Klay and Andrew Wiggins.

While I’ve gone for Curry in my NBA same game parlay picks, I like Wiggins to hit one on Wednesday night too.

Wiggins has made at least one from beyond the arc in four of his last five starts and this could be the type of game in which he’s encouraged to take more than his average of just over two per game in recent outings.

He is dealing with a foot issue and didn’t play in the Warriors last game but is expected to feature here.

The Pick: Andrew Wiggins Over 0.5 Three Pointers Made (-186)

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