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The Milwaukee Bucks have not played a road game since January 6 when Giannis Antetokounmpo’s 48 points were not enough to get them past the Houston Rockets. The Greek Freak’s point totals in the next four games (three of them victories) were 25, 24, 33 and 27.

That scoring drop-off is particularly acute when you note that in the game prior to Giannis’ 48 against the Rockets he had 44 in San Antonio.

Granted, the Bucks are loaded with scorers, and Damian Lillard came through in the clutch Sunday against Sacramento with a long 3-pointer at the end of overtime to give Milwaukee a thrilling 143-142 victory over the Sacramento Kings.

Giannis scoring in the 20s in three of the last four games is something we have seen only one other time this season. After he dropped 64 points on the Indiana Pacers on Dec. 13, Antetokounmpo scored 22, 26 and 11 over the next three games, shooting just 16-for-30 from the foul line in those three games.

He and the Milwaukee Bucks go into Cleveland tonight for a nationally televised game on ESPN against a Cavs team that has won five in a row, the longest current winning streak among the 15 Eastern Conference teams.

Milwaukee is a 4.5 point favorite in what will be their final trip of the season to Cleveland, where they defeated the Cavs 119-111 on Dec. 29 and covered as 5-point favorites. The Bucks are 16-23-1 against the spread overall and 7-9-0 ATS as a road favorite, while the Cavs are 1-4-0 as a home underdog and are coming off a favorable stretch of schedule in which they defeated Washington twice along with San Antonio, Brooklyn and Chicago, which is not exactly a murderer’s row of NBA powerhouses.

Donovan Mitchell scored 45 against the Nets in the NBA Paris game, then had 34 against the Bulls for his most productive two-game stretch of the season. Does it continue tonight? Read on to see what we are thinking …

Best NBA Same Game Parlay Picks Today for Bucks vs. Cavaliers: 3 Legs Parlay Picks (+4000)

Donovan Mitchell 3+ steals

Most of the Mitchell odds are prohibitively expensive if you are expecting him to have a big offensive game. We took a deep dive into the Betway Same Game Parlay odds and found this line particularly enticing because Mitchell has had four steals in two of his last six games and four times overall this season. Hey, you think they came up with the nickname “Spida” for no reason whatsoever? The guy is an extraordinary defender who does not get all that much credit for it because he is such a prolific scorer. There is no doubt he will be stoked for a game that means more to the Cavs than it will to the Bucks, and we expect him to inspire his teammates with defensive intensity. That often translates into steals.

Leg-1 SGP Pick: Donovan Mitchell to have at least three steals (+260)

Giannis Antetokounmpo to have a triple-double

From reading the intro, you might think we are down on Giannis, but that is not the case. We are merely perplexed by his scoring fluctuations. The Freak had a triple-double against the Kings with 10 rebounds and 10 assists and has three of them this month after having two in all of December. NBA players from Europe are more competitive than many realize when it comes to outdoing other Europeans. You can bet your bottom dollar that Giannis has noticed that Domantas Sabonis of Lithuania (and Sacramento) has five triple-doubles in his nine January games.

Leg-2 SGP Pick: Giannis Antetokounmpo to record a triple double (+450)

Jarrett Allen 15+ rebounds

Allen has posted nine consecutive double figure rebound games, reaching 15 in four of those. There is a temptation to go with 10+ with a line of -340, but we are of the belief that certain players raise their games when they know a larger audience than usual is watching. That is the case here with Allen, who wants to be the talk of ESPN on Thursday morning, and also wants to get All-Star consideration as voting begins to wind down one month ahead of the NBA’s showcase event in Indianapolis on Feb. 18. Allen is going to have to get at least five offensive rebounds in order for this one to hit, but he did that last game against the Bulls, who have better centers than the Bucks.

Leg-3 SGP Pick: Jarrett Allen to grab at least 15 rebounds.

Putting those three picks together produces a Same Game Parlay with odds of +4000, meaning a $10 wager would return a nifty $410. Good luck!

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