NBA Same Game Parlay Odds, Picks & Predictions: Wednesday (11/1)

Last Thursday’s +600 SGP came through, with Brook LopezGiannis Antetokounmpo and Tyrese Maxey all doing their part. Same-game parlays are pretty simple. Pair together multiple bets to increase your odds. Get all legs correct, and cash out.

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Wednesday’s Best NBA Same Game Parlay Bet

(Odds courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook)

Charlotte Hornets vs. Houston Rockets

Similar to last season, the Hornets continue to play at a blisteringly fast pace, leading to high totals and plenty of stat padding to go around. So, it’s only fitting to choose them as the parlay of the day for this Wednesday.

Centers have particularly feasted against this young Charlotte squad. We’re working with a small sample here, but the Hornets have allowed the most points and fifth-most rebounds to big men this season. That isn’t far off from last season, either, and Alperen Sengun was one of the many culprits to go off against them. In two games against them last season, Sengun had 35 and 36 combined points and rebounds. He’s second on the team in usage rate and should be able to go over this line.

No one is dishing more passes out than the newly acquired Fred VanVleet of the Houston Rockets. While that hasn’t quite amounted to the most assists just yet, he is averaging 12 potential assists per game so far this season. “FVV” has averaged close to seven assists per game over the last two seasons and should be able to find at least seven in this game environment. Ben Simmons (eight), Cade Cunningham (six), Trae Young (nine) and Dejounte Murray (six) all have had some success against them in the assist department.

The Hornets need some action in this SGP, especially considering how poorly Houston plays on defense. The Rockets are 27th in defensive net rating, not far off from 29th last year. There’s arguably no one more reliable than Terry Rozier to put up the points for Charlotte, so let’s roll with him. So far this season, he is second on the team in usage and has scored 24, 20 and 23 points across three games.

Houston has allowed Cole Anthony (20 points), Devin Vassell (25), Klay Thompson (19) and Stephen Curry (24) to all fare well against them, and so should Rozier. Over his last four games against Houston, he has put up 25, 31, 27 and 26 points.

Parlay Odds: +700

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