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The Brooklyn Nets take on the Sacramento Kings tonight for a prime-time NBA matchup. ThatGuyBets has cooked up one fire same-game parlay; you won't want to miss out. Let's get into it.

Nets vs Kings Picks, Best Bets: Building Around Domantas Sabonis and De'Aaron Fox

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Nets vs. Kings Start Time and Where to Watch

  • Date: March 16, 2023
  • Start Time: 7:30 p.m EST
  • Where to Watch: NBA League Pass

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Nets vs. Kings Same Game Parlay

1u - Domantas Sabonis 11+ REB / De'Aaron Fox 1+ Steal (-145) Bet $145 to collect $245. DraftKings has the best odds, click here

Although this bet is also available on FanDuel and BetMGM, it’s best to lock in at DraftKings since the rebound number is lower. I say that because Sabonis has exactly 11 rebounds four times in his last 19 games. Domantas should be a beast on the glass tonight, but his original line for 13.5 is too rich for me.

We only need three fewer rebounds from the initial line and a juice reducer that has been routinely hitting. That’s where we’re coming in with the Fox angle. De’Aaron has recorded a steal in 11 straight games and should be a prime candidate to make it to 12. Facing a Brooklyn team for what should be a fast-paced game, turnovers should occur often. The point total for tonight is 238, which is a great sign we’ll see quick possessions, which translate into more turnovers and risky passes.

The main bet here is on Sabonis to get 11+ rebounds. The 26-year-old has done so in 33 of his last 45 games. That’s over a 73% hit rate in that span. Brooklyn has been getting shredded on the glass as of late and allows the second most rebounds to centers in the league. Below I will list some games from the last ten days against Brooklyn by big men.

  • 3/12: Jokic 20 rebounds (averages 11.9)
  • 3/10: Gobert 13 rebounds (averages 11.4)
  • 3/9: Lopez 10 rebounds (averages 6.7)
  • 3/7: Sengun 12 rebounds (averages 8.7)
  • 3/5: Williams 14 rebounds (averages 6.4)

As you can see, they are getting shredded, and Sabonis is coming off back-to-back 17 rebound games. 11 should be a breeze. Let's roll!

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Josh has a knack for picking winning bets, and he specializes in the NFL, NBA, and MLB. As a lifelong Detroit sports fan, he has plenty of time on his hands during playoff season. You can follow him on Twitter at @ThatGuyBets.


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