NBA Parlays of the Day, March 23, 2024: Knicks steal the show at MSG against the Nets

New York Knicks guard Jalen Brunson (11) reacts during the fourth quarter against the Detroit Pistons at Madison Square Garden
Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

Here are our two NBA slips for March 23, 2024! Leaning on the Knicks to step up, Brunson to take over, and Cam Thomas’ shot volume to maintain its current pace.

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Our NBA Parlay’s For March 23

First Slip: (+129)

  • Jalen Brunson: 25+ Points (Knicks)

The Brooklyn Nets have a poor defense and struggle against guards in particular, while Jalen Brunson is one of the best scoring guards in the NBA and the engine of the Knicks’ offense.

  • Donte DiVincenzo: 3+ Threes (Knicks)

Brooklyn has the sixth-highest 3P% in the NBA, and Donte DiVincenzo is averaging over 10 attempts from three a game since Julius Randle and OG Anunoby were sidelined with their injuries, and that should lead to DiVincenzo nailing a bunch of perimeter shots.

  • Knicks Moneyline

The Nets are 6-13 since the trade deadline and while the Knicks are short-handed, they’ve found a way to take care of business against teams and stay afloat in the Eastern Conference.

Second Slip: (+117)

  • Cam Thomas: 20+ Points (Nets)

Cam Thomas has recorded seven straight games with 20+ points and is facing off against a Knicks’ defense without OG Anunoby. Thomas is shooting for volume and playing at MSG against the Knicks, which should spark a high-scoring and energizing game.

  • Donte DiVincenzo: 1+ Steal (Knicks)

DVinicenzo has recorded a steal in 10 straight games. The Nets are turnover-prone, so we feel safe taking the steal in this one at great odds.

  • Isaiah Harteinstein: 6+ Rebounds (Knicks)

Hartenstein is on a minutes restriction, but when he’s in the game, he’s a rebounding machine. Nic Claxton is on our banned list, and Hartenstein should be able to box him out with ease after watching what Zion Williamson did to him a few nights ago.

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