NBA Parlay for Wednesday’s Slate at (+367): Rudy Gobert Expected Back for Timberwolves 

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After a day off on Tuesday for Election Day in the United States, the NBA returns with a bang on Wednesday with a busy slate.

Here are three NBA parlay picks with odds from one of BMR’s best sportsbooks

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Dallas Mavericks vs. Orlando Magic 

Wednesday, November 9, 2022 – 05:30 PM EST at Amway Center

Can't Handle Luka

How awesome has Dallas star Luka Doncic been? He leads the league in scoring by far at 36.0 points per game and has scored at least 30 in all nine so far, the second-longest such streak to begin a season by any player, although he has a long way to go to catch Wilt Chamberlain’s record of 23 in a row in 1962-63. 

The Mavericks enter on a four-game winning streak, all at home, which includes a 114-105 win over these Magic on Oct. 30 when it was the second of a back-to-back for Dallas.

Doncic scored 30 of his season-high 44 points in the first half. He finished 17 of 26 from the field and had 5 assists and 3 rebounds. Tim Hardaway Jr. added 21 points off the bench for the Mavericks. Dallas had a season-high 10 steals, including three by Spencer Dinwiddie. 

Doncic needs one 35-point outing to join Dirk Nowitzki (78) and Mark Aguirre (69) as the only Mavericks to record 50-or-more 35-point games. Doncic would also become the ninth player in NBA history to produce 50-or-more 35-point games at age 23 or younger, joining LeBron James (87), Bob McAdoo (63), Tracy McGrady (60), Rick Barry (57), Oscar Robertson (55), Trae Young (52), Shaquille O’Neal (50) and Kevin Durant (50). 

Orlando Still Searching Their Magic

I really don’t get why the Magic are so bad yet again – although they do have a lot of guys who haven’t played yet this season due to injury.

Rookie No. 1 overall pick Paolo Banchero has been great, averaging 23.5 points and 8.3 rebounds and he’s the massive -900 favorite for Rookie of the Year at BMR’s top-rated books. 


The Pick

Dallas has won six of the past seven in the series and will make it seven of eight even if it doesn’t cover the spread at the NBA odds

NBA Pick: Mavericks (-260) at BetOnline (visit our BetOnline Review)


New York Knicks vs. Brooklyn Nets 

Wednesday, November 9, 2022 - 07:30 PM EST at Barclays Center

The Kyrie Situation

Is Kyrie Irving a Hall of Fame talent? Yes. He’s also a Hall of Fame distraction and remains out on his minimum five-game suspension due to his repeated failure to disavow antisemitism and apologize for posting a link to a film that contained antisemitic tropes.  

Irving has since apologized on Instagram, but must also meet a list of six requirements in order to rejoin the team. Frankly, the Nets have been better in the three games so far without him, winning at Washington and Charlotte and nearly upsetting the Mavericks in Dallas on Monday. Brooklyn blew an early 14-point lead.  

The Nets inbounded with 6.7 seconds left down three, and Kevin Durant was fouled by Reggie Bullock while attempting a 3-pointer. Durant, who hit all 52 of his free throws in the previous six games, hit the first but rimmed out the second. He intentionally missed the third free throw, and Dallas came away with the ensuing scramble for the ball.

Ben Simmons came off the bench after missing the previous four games with left knee soreness. Simmons had 2 points and 3 rebounds in 16 minutes. 

Boring Knicks

The Knicks are 5-5 and really about as average as a team can get with a point differential right on zero.

New York is without starting center Mitchell Robinson due to a knee injury. He doesn’t do much offensively but is a good rebounder and shot-blocker. 


The Pick

Brooklyn swept New York last season and they will get the W today. 

NBA Pick: Nets (-130) at BetOnline 


Phoenix Suns vs. Minnesota Timberwolves 

Wednesday, November 9, 2022 - 08:00 PM EST at Target Center

Injury Problems in Phoenix

The Suns are just 1-2 on the road following a 100-88 loss in Philadelphia on Monday. Chris Paul left the game due to a sore right heel after playing 14 first-half minutes. He finished the contest with 2 points, 2 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals, and 2 turnovers. Paul says he thinks it’s nothing, but at his age, Phoenix might sit him out a game or two. 

In addition, the Suns are without Cameron Johnson. He had surgery Tuesday that removed part of the meniscus in his right knee, a procedure that should allow him to return in one to two months.

Johnson had a similar surgery in his left knee during his senior season at North Carolina in 2017 and returned in five weeks. He was averaging a career-best 13 points per game and shooting a career-high 43% on three-pointers after entering the starting lineup this year. 

Gobert Is Back

On the flip side, the Wolves are expected to get back All-Star center and three-time NBA Defensive Player of the Year Rudy Gobert. He was in the NBA's health and safety protocols and missed games Saturday vs. Houston and Monday vs. New York.

The Wolves allowed an average of 118.5 points in those two without their defensive anchor. Gobert is averaging 12.6 points and a league-best 13.9 rebounds along with 1.3 blocks.  


The Pick

Phoenix is 1-5 ATS in its past six road games. Minnesota might win outright so take them for your NBA picks.  

NBA Pick: Timberwolves +4.5 (-110) at BetOnline


NBA Parlay Picks

  • Mavericks vs. Magic: Mavericks (-260)
  • Knicks vs. Nets: Nets (-130)  
  • Suns vs. Timberwolves: Timberwolves +4.5 (-110)

NBA Pick: Three-Legged Parlay (+367) at BetOnline

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