Ahead of Celtics vs Heat Game 5, there are several appealing props to go along with the game result. As a part of today’s NBA predictions, we have put together a Celtics vs Heat Game 5 parlay featuring those prop bets. Here, we look at the scoring of one of the top stars in this game, and the outside shooting of another.
|Pick 1||Miami Heat Moneyline @ +106|
|Pick 2||Jimmy Butler Over 24.5 Points @ -118|
|Pick 3||Jayson Tatum Under 3.5 Made Threes @ -111|
Pick #1: Miami Heat Moneyline (+106)
Momentum has gone back and forth in this series, with both teams trading blowouts in each of the first four games. With the series shifting back to Miami, the Heat should be able to get back into the win column to take a 3-2 series lead. Expect better performances from the Heat starting lineup in this matchup to get a win here, as no Heat starter scored in double figures in Game 4.
Pick #2: Jimmy Butler Over 24.5 Points (-118)
The next leg of this Celtics vs Heat Game 5 parlay is Jimmy Butler going over 24.5 points. Butler struggled in the two games in Boston in this series, but he averaged 35 points per game in the first two games in Miami. Expect another big game from Butler here to help the Heat win Game 5.
Pick #3: Jayson Tatum Under 3.5 Threes (-111)
The final leg of our Celtics vs Heat Game 5 parlay is Jayson Tatum going under 3.5 made threes. Tatum certainly has the potential to light it up from long distance. However, he made over 3.5 threes just one time in this series so far. He has also gone 1/7 from three-point range in each of the last two games.
Celtics vs Heat Game 5 Preview
Celtics vs Heat Game 5 is going to come down to which team gets off to a fast start. All four games of this series have been blowouts, with the last three going to the team that has got off to a fast start. While the Heat have home court advantage, both teams have won a road game already in this series.
Injuries could also play a significant role in the outcome of this contest. Marcus Smart and Rob Williams are questionable for the Celtics, while Tyler Herro may miss this game for the Heat. This series has been a war of attrition so far, and the team that can best survive that will have the upper hand.