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As long as the NBA is still going and FanDuel Sportsbook is offering Same Game Parlay refunds, I’m going to try and hit a big score. Betting $10 and getting it refunded if I lose is worth the attempt to get a big score. Tonight, I’m looking at the Suns vs. Nuggets to see where we can stack plays and get a big payout.
So far, the Suns role players have been shooting well from the three-point line. Mikal Bridges has shot 6 for 16 from three so far this series. I’m going to start with him getting four threes. He did it in Game 1. It will require him to shoot about 50% from the line, but I like his chances. He’s playing about 30 minutes a game, which should give him the opportunity needed.
It seems like all Jae Crowder does is frustrate guys and shoot threes. He is at -137 to get three tonight, and I’m happy to take it. I’m already taking a longshot with Bridges, so I’d rather get a few more comfortable plays to combine in the parlay.
The next person I’m taking is Facundo Campazzo to have over 4.5 assists. He’s been a bit sporadic these playoffs, but has five of eight games in the playoffs with 5+ assists. He is at plus money to get to five assists tonight. If you feel like he will get six assists, which is something he has done in half of the playoff games so far, feel free. The odds on over 4.5 are +118; the odds on over 5.5 are +220.
These three plays get us a parlay of +1682. Meaning I can turn my $10 into $168.20 .
- Bridges 4+ Threes (+420)
- Crowder 3+ Threes (-132)
- Campazzo over 4.5 assists (+220)
If you want to shoot for the moon, pick someone to score the first basket. My pick is going to be Austin Rivers which gets the odds to +33984, meaning a $10 bet pays $3,398.35 if we win. And, thanks to FanDuel, $10 if we lose.