NBA & MLB Best Bets: Wednesday, 4/21/21

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NBA & MLB Best Prop Bets & Spreads for Wednesday, 4/21/2021

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Let’s get into my NBA Best Prop Bets and Spreads of the Day!

 

NBA Best Prop Bets Record: 335-276-1 (+43.6 units)

MLB Best Bets Record: 61-44 (+11.2 units)

Here is today’s slate!

 

Russell Westbrook Over 24.5 Rebounds+Assists

How many times do we have to teach you this lesson old man? I will continue to play this line as long as it is good to me. Russell Westbrook is 9 triple doubles away from tying Oscar Robertson for the most all time and I think he wants to pass him this year. That means he has to keep grinding. These two teams just played on April 9th and Westbrook combined for 28 RAs. I say he gets it done again tonight. He’s hit this line in 12 of his last 15 games. I am in.

 

Same game, Stephen Curry Over 35.5

Not an official play, but jeez this line is high for good reason. Plus a good matchup against Washington. Wouldn’t be surprised to see him hit it again.

 

Pascal Siakam Over 20.5 Points

Siakam has hit this line in 5 of his past 7 games and is averaging 20.8 PPG on the season. The matchup against Brooklyn is a great one. Siakam dropped 33 points on the Nets in their first matchup and I don’t envision them playing a lot of defense on him in this matchup again. Siakam will be able to get to the rim with ease and cash this player prop. Lock it in.

 

Chris Paul Over 8.5 Assists

Besides the one game where he played only 20 minutes (which of course was the one night we picked this prop), CP3 has been hitting this rather consistently. He had 10 assists the last time these two teams played, and he has had 9+ assists in 9 of his last 11 games. I like the numbers, like the player and like the matchup against Philly tonight.

 

Nikola Jokic Over 20.5 Rebounds+Assists

I couldn’t decide between this or his points total or his PRA total but I landed back on a bet that has cashed time and time again for us, Jokic’s Rebounds+Assists line. Sitting at 20.5 which is a lot, but I think he has a good chance. In his last 5 games without Jamal Murray, he is averaging 23 Rebounds+Assists and he has cashed this line in all 5 of those games. The matchup against the Blazers is a great one. Jokic will again be the focal point of the offense, and unless he just scores straight points tonight and doesn’t pass, he should be able to hit this again for us. Make it 6 straight.

 

Darius Garland Over 25.5 Pts+Asts (-140)

Odds weren’t great on this one and here’s why: Garland has hit this consistently in 6 of his last 7 games. One of those being against the Bulls where he had 22 and 12. His previous game against the Bulls on 3/24, he had 22 and 9. Easy cash.. Garland is averaging 19.7 PPG and 7.6 APG in the month of April. A combined 27.3 Points+Assists per game, so I see the edge (which is something we talk about in today’s betting tips and tricks video).

 

Philadelphia+1 vs. Suns

Not an official play, but if you watched the betting tips video last week where we talked about how we find and research for winning bets where I walked you through the several different sites that I use, we noticed that the Sixers are 4-0 ATS as home underdogs. Tonight, they find themselves as just that. The Suns are in town and the Sixers could be without Simmons and Harris. I will not be betting Sixers+1 because I feel as though they lose this game, but I wanted to let you guys know that this trend is out there and to do what you want with it.

 

Leans:

KAT Over 17.5 RA’s

Gave this line yesterday in the same exact matchup and KAT hit it in rebounds alone. I would again consider this or his rebounds line whenever it comes out. He just dropped 18 and 5 on the Kings last night, no reason he can’t do it again against Hassan Whiteside.

 

Heat/Spurs Under 215.5 Points

Seems like too many points for a Heat game. Both are above average defensive teams and they play super slow and don’t shoot a ton of 3’s. Combine it all together and we take the under.

 

Knicks-1.5 vs. Hawks

In a pick-em game, I am riding with my New York Knicks. Not sure if this is the wise pick, but the Knicks won’t rest any players on a back to back and the Hawks might. This is also a pivotal game in the playoff standings and I think the Knicks veteran leadership helps them get this win. Randle has stepped up bigtime against this Hawks team (with 28 and 44 points in both of the matchups in which the Knicks won). The Hawks are 0-5-1 ATS against the Knicks in their last 6 matchups, and the Knicks are 10-0 ATS in their last 10 games altogether. We are riding the wave and taking the Knicks tonight at home.

 

Parlay of the Day:

Westbrook Over 24.5 RA’s, Jokic Over 20.5 RA’s, Garland Over 25.5 P+As +500

 

ML Parlay:

Suns, Pacers, Nuggets +300

 

MLB Run Lines, Over/Unders, NRFIs:

Here is today’s slate. For full analysis, check out our full video on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/callingourshot

 

Padres RL (-1.5 +112) vs. Brewers

Yankees Under 4.5 Total Runs vs. Braves (-120)

Phillies ML (-124) vs. Giants

Rangers vs. Angels Over 4.5 Runs First 5 (-124)

Mets vs. Cubs Under 7 Runs (-108)

Twins/A’s NRFI (-115)

Cardinals/Nationals NRFI (+105)

 

Parlay of the Day:

NYY under 4.5, Phillies ML, Twins vs As NRFI +483 

 

Those are my NBA & MLB Best Prop Bets and spreads for Wednesday, April 21st.  Here’s to hoping we bank together. 

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