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Wednesday NBA Parlay Picks: Lakers Top Bet

Every night the NBA is in action, we can combine multiple bets for a big win. However, it’s often difficult to weed out the top spots for NBA parlay bets when the schedule has so many games like Wednesday night. Luckily, I’ve done that research for you.

We’ve had plenty of success building our parlays using a combination of NBA ATS picks and NBA player props. Our NBA predictions have been on fire in March and we have hit five of our last ten parlays!

Wednesday NBA Parlay Picks: Lakers Top Bet
Wednesday NBA Parlay Picks: Lakers Top Bet

Nine games are scheduled to tip off on Wednesday night. With so many matchups to break down and select our picks from, I’m loading up a three-leg parlay. Let’s get into the best NBA expert predictions for Wednesday!

 

Wednesday NBA Parlay Picks

1. NBA Parlay Pick: Lakers -2 at Kings

This is my favorite NBA game point-spread pick for Wednesday. The Lakers will travel to take on the Sacramento Kings tonight on ESPN. The Kings just crushed the Milwaukee Bucks on Tuesday night, but they are playing on the second night of a back-to-back and the Lakers are well-rested after not playing since Sunday. The Kings are just 3-7 against the spread when playing on a back-to-back and are 12-18 ATS at home this season.

The Lakers have dropped all three matchups with the Kings this season, so this is a triple-revenge spot for LA. I expect the Lakers to come out with fire and tenacity, motivated to win. The Kings are two games ahead of the Lakers in the standings, and I think LeBron James wants his team to avoid the Play-In Tournament, so a win will go a long way to climbing the Lakers into the top six in the Western Conference standings.

 

 

2. NBA Parlay Pick: Hawks C Clint Capela to Record a Double-Double (-134)

With our next NBA bet, I’m rolling with a veteran center. Clint Capela and the Atlanta Hawks travel to take on the Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday night. Atlanta is without Onyeka Okongwu and Jalen Johnson again tonight. Capela has taken on a more significant role with both young guys out. Capela averages 11.2 points and 10.4 rebounds this season.

He has recorded a double-double in four straight games and seven of eight without Johnson in the lineup this season. He has a double-double in five of his last six matchups and 10 of his last 13 when facing Portland. The Trail Blazers allow the sixth-most points per game to centers, so we should expect Capela to stuff the box score tonight.

 

 

3. NBA Parlay Pick: Pistons C Jalen Duren to Record a Double-Double (-233)

If you’ve been riding with me this season, you’ll know there’s no reason to stop counting on Jalen Duren. This has undoubtedly been one of my top NBA player prop bets this season. Jalen Duren has been a beast, and oddsmakers are finally catching on, juicing this a bit too high for a straight bet. The second-year center for the Pistons is quietly enjoying a breakout season. He has a double-double in 35 of 48 starts — a 72.9% hit rate. Duren and the Pistons host the Raptors in a smash matchup for the big man.

Duren finished with 18 points and 17 rebounds in his line matchup with the Raptors earlier this season. Toronto is getting obliterated by dominant centers right now without Scottie Barnes and Jakob Poeltl to defend near the rim. In the Raptors’ last two games, they allowed Nikola Jokic to post a 35-point triple-double and Deandre Ayton a 30-point double-double

Duren is recording double-doubles at the fifth-highest rate in the NBA, and this is an excellent leg to add tonight to build our parlay odds. Duren will dominate again.

 

 

Questions Of The Day

Which team is the least profitable to bet on in the NBA in road games?


The least profitable team to bet on in the NBA in road games is the Charlotte Hornets, who have gone 12-21-0 against the spread.

Which team is the most profitable to bet on the total to go under in the NBA?


The most profitable team to bet their game total under is the New York Knicks, who have gone to the under 24-41-0.

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