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Monday’s NBA Player Prop Parlays + Pace’s Full Card

If you missed today’s Betting the Juice Show, you can find today’s episode here.

We talked about in today’s episode (that dropped Sunday night) about a few NBA prop parlays that we were eyeing but unfortunately at the time the lines weren’t posted. So, along with our four plays from today’s video, I also like two NBA player prop parlays.

4-Leg Parlay (+116)

Jimmy Butler is averaging six assists per game this season and has recorded eight assists twice in his last four games. He’s averaging 5.8 assists per contest this month but he’s recorded four or more assists in all but two games this season.

If there’s one leg I’m worried about in this parlay, it’s Anthony Edwards to record at least three assists. Considering this is at -715, you’re probably wondering why I don’t feel 100 percent confident in this play but it’s because he’s failed to hit this number in two of his last six games. However, he just dished out seven assists on Saturday against Portland and with another matchup with the Trail Blazers tonight, I’m thinking three is manageable.

I was a tad surprised that this Luka Doncic prop was only at -313 because he’s had two or more 3-pointers in 12 straight games. You have to go back to November 12 for the last time Doncic didn’t have at least two 3-pointers in a game. He’s averaging just over four deep balls a game this month and has made three or more in seven straight games.

Reggie Jackson. Good old Reggie Jackson to bring us home. He’s averaging 12.7 points per game this season and 13.5 per game in December. Jackson has scored 10-plus points in five of his last six games and I really like the fact that he’s taking 15 shots per contest this month.

2-Leg Parlay (+106)

Josh Giddey is averaging 14.7 points per game this season and 16.3 in the month of December. He’s averaged 11.8 points per game in four career games against the Mavericks and he’s scored in double-figures in 20 out of 23 games this season and he’s shooting much better from beyond the arc this month, which I like.

The last time Brooklyn faced off against Washington they got outrebounded 51-35 and that was under two weeks ago. The Nets have still been getting outrebounded this month but it hasn’t been as bad as that November 30 night against the Wizards. Kyrive Irving has been leading that rebounding charge as he’s averaging 7.3 rebounds per game through four games this month, which is four rebounds per game more than his November numbers. The Nets are playing well and have won six of their last seven games. I don’t think Brooklyn’s forgot about that rebounding performance against Washington last month.

Full Monday (12/12/22) Card

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