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John Hyslop is here with a same game parlay for Friday's Game 5 between the Miami Heat and Philadelphia Sixers. He eyeing Jimmy Butler, Tyler Herro, Max Strus, and PJ Tucker.

Miami Heat vs Philadelphia 76ers Same Game Parlay: Bank On Jimmy Butler, Tyler Herro, and More in Game 5

Let me tell you, people, a little bit about same game parlays. They are very fun to hit. They just are. Especially during the NBA Playoffs. Are they easy? God no. That's why it's fun to hit them. I would equate the probability of hitting one to one of us getting a hit off of Clayton Kershaw. Is it likely? No, but the first step is swinging. That's just science. Gotta swing to hit a ball just like you have to bet to hit a same game parlay. That's what I'm doing tonight. Luckily for us, I think I might have found an angle. In fact, I know I have. All I had to do is find one bet I like and then tie a few to it. How hard is that?

Heat vs. 76ers Game 5 Start Time and Where to Watch, and Odds

  • Date: May 10, 2022
  • Game Time: 7:30 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: TNT

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Miami Heat vs Philadelphia 76ers Same Game Parlay (+491) (Bet $100 to win $491)

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Max Strus 2+ Made Threes

I think I figured this whole same game parlay thing out because this one is perfect. Like crazy good. Maybe the best I've ever seen. We'll start with Max Strus making at least two threes in this game. He's done it in each of the last three games in this series. In the game it didn't happen, he took seven attempts. He was trying. All the guy does hang out by the three-point line and jack up shots. They're saying he is going to take more two-point shots but even if that's true, he'll still see the volume to hit two threes.

PJ Tucker 1+ Made Threes

Next, it's PJ Tucker. He too has done this in three out of four games this series. Here's the thing, in the two games in Miami, the guy drilled two treys. He doesn't attempt many threes but that's a reason to not go with 2+ here. You can't get greedy in situations like this. We only need one three-pointer here people. That shouldn't be too hard. We could legit get it on the first trip down the floor.

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Tyler Herro 2+ Made Threes

This may sound crazy but I trust Tyler Herro. Nobody should be allowed to call him "Bubble-Boy" after winning the Sixth-Man of the Year Award. After the all-star break, this kid went from drilling 37% of his threes to 46%. That's called a jump. In the first round of the playoffs, that percentage took a dip but he's back up to 43% in this series. He was much better from behind the arc in Miami in the regular season (44% at home vs 36% on the road) and this one is in South Beach. I feel like we're safe here.

Jimmy Butler 6+ Assists

Finally, the easiest one of the three is going to be Jimmy Butler 6+ assists. For starters, Kyle Lowry is out. I think Butler will be in charge of playmaking a little more than normal. So far this series, Butler is averaging 12 potential assists per game so the opportunities have been there. If he could get some guys to knock down some shots, he'd have more assists. Basically, he needs what we need so if he gets six assists, we should see a winning parlay. Makes sense to me.

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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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