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BIG3 preview, Trilogy vs. Power prediction, streaming, how exactly to watch: Expert gives 2022 championship game picks

BIG3 preview, Trilogy vs. Power prediction, streaming, how to watch: Expert gives 2022 championship game picks

SportsLine’s Ameer Tyree just locked in his best bets for Sunday’s BIG3 championship 2022 on Paramount+

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After nine weeks of competitive action on CBS and Paramount+, the 2022 BIG3 championship game is here. Trilogy (6-2) knocked off the Aliens 50-45 in the semifinals behind Isaiah Briscoe’s 21 points to clinch its third title game appearance in five seasons. Power (5-3) had a narrow two-point victory on the 3 Headed Monsters the other day and contains won four straight games entering Sunday’s contest. However, Trilogy is riding a five-game win streak and the 2022 BIG3 championship game would be the squad’s possibility to end up being the league’s first back-to-back champion.

The 2022 BIG3 championship will tip off at 3: 30 p.m. ET from Atlanta. These teams didn’t face one another through the regular season, but each enters on a wholesome winning streak, with Power winning four straight, while Trilogy has won five in a row. Caesars Sportsbook lists Trilogy as a 2.5-point favorite in the most recent BIG3 odds, with the over-under at 94.5. You can view Sunday’s BIG3 basketball on CBS and you will stream go on Paramount+ with the must-have Premium plan.

Paramount+ now has degrees of membership so that you can watch the BIG3 plus much more. The Premium Plan is $9.99 monthly and you will watch your neighborhood CBS live stream (including a lot of sports like SEC on CBS, NFL on CBS, and the PGA Tour), no ads, on demand and the capability to download episodes for offline viewing. Both plans have a free week to start out, so subscribe now here.

How exactly to watch the BIG3 Basketball

  • Date: Sunday, Aug. 21
  • Time: 3: 30 p.m. ET
  • TV: CBS
  • Streaming: Paramount+

BIG3 picks for Sunday, Aug. 21

Before tuning into Sunday’s BIG3 action, you should start to see the BIG3 basketball picks from SportsLine expert Ameer Tyree. Tyree joined SportsLine after working being an NBA Fantasy sports and betting specialist at DraftKings and contains a brief history of profitable basketball plays that help bettors find edges.

For Sunday’s BIG3 action, Tyree is backing Trilogy to win its second championship in a row and third in five seasons. Just five teams finished with positive point differentials, and two of these come in this game. But Trilogy topped all clubs with a plus-45 point differential for the growing season, and they’ve taken their play to some other level in recent contests.

Trilogy includes a plus-59 point differential over its last five games, while Power reaches plus-26 over that same stretch. While Power gets the frontrunner for the 2022 BIG3 Rookie of the entire year award, Glen Rice Jr., Trilogy counters with among the MVP favorites in Briscoe. He ranks second in scoring, fourth in assists, and had seven pivotal points in Trilogy’s championship game win this past year.

Most championship games drop to defense and Trilogy also offers the edge for the reason that department. It ranks second in both steals and blocks, while Power is beyond your top three in both statistics. Given their recent play, big game experience and two-way play, Trilogy is likely to repeat in accordance with Tyree.Stream the matchup the following.

Stream the BIG3 on Paramount+

Given that you understand who to choose, prepare yourself to stream the BIG3. Visit Paramount+ now to stream the BIG3, your live local CBS sports, a few of the world’s top soccer matchups plus much more.

2022 BIG3 schedule on CBS/Paramount+ for Sunday, August 21

Stream BIG3 on Paramount+ here.

  • Trilogy vs. Power (3: 30 p.m. ET)

Trilogy roster

  • James White (captain)
  • Earl Clark (co-captain)
  • Amir Johnson (co-captain)
  • Isaiah Briscoe
  • David Hawkins
  • Coach: Stephen Jackson

Power roster

  • Cuttino Mobley (captain)
  • Nikoloz Tskitishvili (co-captain)
  • Royce White (co-captain)
  • Glen Rice Jr.
  • T.J. Cline
  • Coach: Nancy Lieberman

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