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March Madness prop picks and predictions from handicapper John Hyslop for Wednesday night's Bryant vs. Wright State game. Which team will enter the round of 64? We're not exactly sure, but John is expecting a big game from Peter Kiss.

March Madness Prop Picks: Peter Kiss Set For a Big Night

Wednesday has the chance to be the greatest day in gambling history. It simply can't be ruled out at this time. We'll be coming off a Tuesday night of action. The likes of which we don't normally see on a Tuesday. On top of that, it's basically Christmas Eve since the actual tournament starts on Thursday. What's even better is we've got Bryant and Wright State bringing us into the Wednesday night slate. Both teams play relatively fast with neither team stressing defense. It just might be the perfect game to ease us into the last night of play-ins. It also features what many are calling, the greatest bet in the history of bets. This game can't start fast enough.

March Madness: Bet $5, Win $150 - Even if your wager loses

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Peter Kiss Over 25.5 Points @ +100 (Bet $100 to win $100)

Odds available at FanDuel at time of publishing

I went over to FanDuel for this one because they have this for even money. I have no clue where this line will go from here but I'll take even money. DraftKings has -105 for the same number so it's not the end of the world if you have to go there. I just love a good plus sign in front of my odds. Feels right.

So at the core this is the plot to Teen Wolf but in real life. The only difference is this guy's "superpower" isn't the ability to turn into a wolf. Kiss's superpower is his ability to be 24 years old playing against teenagers. Other than that, it's pretty much like Teen Wolf when we focus on the basketball aspect of the story. In fact, he's just as cocky, if not more cocky, than that wolf in that movie.

To put his age into perspective, he graduated high school the same year (2016) as De'Arron Fox, Jayson Tatum, Lonzo Ball, Markelle Fultz, Miles Bridges and Malik Monk. Those guys have been in the NBA forever. He's been drinking legally for three years (at least) and honestly is only five short years away from qualifying to play in my old man softball league. It's crazy that he's still playing college basketball.

How is he still in college? No clue but I'm cool with it. Being a grown man in college might be a cheat code to life. That guy has to run that campus. Throw in the fact that he's the nation's leading scorer and now it's a party.

Kiss definitely has a target on his back but you have to keep in mind he knows that. He's 24. He has to know that this is the last game he will dominate since the winner plays Arizona next. This is his last chance to do push ups after making a basket.

The thing is, Wright State is a team that is susceptible to the one-trick-pony team. They just gave up 28 to Marques Warrick of Northern Kentucky last game. Antoine Davis from Detroit dropped 31 on them less than a month ago. They knew those guys were coming but couldn't stop them. We're talking about a grown man this time around. This guy has to drop at least 26 points Wednesday night.

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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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