Wednesday's NBA YOLO Bet of the Day: We're Really Betting on Reggie Jackson Again

Wednesday's YOLO play of the day from handicapper John Hyslop features a five-leg, +10834 all-NBA parlay that you won't want to miss. Need a winner at big odds? Look no further.
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Wednesday's NBA YOLO Bet of the Day: We're Really Betting on Reggie Jackson Again

Wednesdays are the best day to hit a YOLO parlay. That's a scientific fact. Don't believe me? Just close your eyes for a second. Now I want you to imagine hitting a +7000 parlay tonight. Does that feel good? Of course it does. Now guess what today is. That's right, Wednesday. So since it's the best day to hit a YOLO parlay, I think we should do it. It makes sense. We just have to string together a few bets that kind of make sense but not really and then watch them hit. It's easy actually.

5-Leg YOLO NBA Parlay @ +10834 (Bet $100 to win $10,834)

Reggie Jackson 20+ Points (+176)

Now you would have to be a damn fool to take anything Reggie Jackson tonight right? Maybe not. This guy flat out embarrassed himself last night. Not only himself, but his parents, significant others and every coach that's ever coached him. You would think that's a reason to stay away but is it? This is a redemption story people. Everyone loves a comeback tale and Reggie gets a crack at one tonight. He's already dropped 20 on this same Magic team once this season and you know getting benched last night will get his attention. Especially since the Clippers ended up winning. I bet he comes out looking for blood.

Joe Ingles 2+ Made Threes (-168)

This is where it gets a little wild. We needed a three-guy and I think this one is just crazy enough to work. For one, Ingles is a 40% career three-point shooter. That's good. This season he's sitting at 35% but he didn't just forget how to shoot threes. As a fellow three-guy (not as accurate), I think it's because he's not shooting enough. The guy is a shooter, you gotta let him shoot. He should get an opportunity tonight because the Jazz are missing Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert. On top of that, Bojan Bogdanovic has a jacked up finger. I heard he's playing with a splint. Ingles has attempted 21 threes over the last three games so he should be loose. All he needs to do is make two tonight. Feels easy.

Ayo Dosunmu Over 8+ Assists (+600)

As you all know, I love this kid. He's one of my favorite players in the NBA right now. You can do the 4.5, 6+ or 8+ if you want but I wanted a little more juice. This is a YOLO parlay, not some "care about the future" move. This kid is averaging 50+ passes thrown in his last six games. That includes the horrific game in Orlando when the Bulls didn't show up. Chicago answered the next game against the Thunder and Ayo had eight dimes. This is his first game back in Chicago after dropping eight helpers against the Cavs the second night of his coming out party. With Zach LaVine back in the fold, I think he gets home on this number.

Aaron Gordon Over 2.5 Assists (-150)

I know this isn't plus money and if you want you can go 4+ for +140 you can. That would take this thing to +14196. I'm good with three since Gordon has done this in seven straight games. In that span he's averaging seven potential assists per game so that is a pretty helathy number. The Nuggets have the Brooklyn Nets tonight which isn't great but they are dealing with injuries. He only needs three assists to make this work.

Caris LeVert Over 5.5 Rebounds (+116)

I hate rebound props but you have to include them in a move like this. It would be irresponsible not to. There is always a rebound prop in one of these moves. Always. LeVert is at least a good target since he's gone over this number in each of his last three games. The Hornets present a pace-up spot for the Pacers so maybe he gets a couple extra opportunities. The last time these teams met LeVert grabbed seven boards so there's that to think about too. I don't think six is a lot in this matchup. I think he gets it.

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John has spent the past 20+ years betting sports on a daily basis and is considered by many to be a walking sports betting encyclopedia. From obscure player props to sides and totals, if there is an angle, John will find it. His work has appeared on Rotogrinders and he has been a regular on sports talk radio stations across the country. Based in the US, John operates a blog & podcast, Sports Bets Beers, which covers betting angles in the NFL, NBA, MLB, & NHL.

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