Four-pick cross-sport parlay for Monday (+1039 odds): NHL playoffs, NBA playoffs, and MLB
We have put together a 4-pick cross-sport parlay that will take you right through Monday, including action from the NHL, NBA, and MLB. One pick is taken from each sport with a second pick from the MLB. A winning ticket would give us a nice payout with odds of +1039 at DraftKings. Let’s break down each of these plays.
NHL: New York Rangers vs Pittsburgh Penguins – Over 6 goals (-115), 7:00 pm ET
These teams nearly went over this total in the 1st period of Game 3, and have finished all 3 games of the series with 7 goals. The trend should continue, especially with Louis Domingue back in net.
That’s not to say Domingue will have to let up all 7 goals this time around. Sidney Crosby has 6 points in the series and Jake Guentzel has 4 goals himself, proving they can get to Igor Shesterkin as well. Although Shesterkin should bounce back with a better performance, Pittsburgh should still sneak a couple of pucks by him to help get over the total.
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MLB: Tampa Bay Rays vs Los Angeles Angels ML (-135), 9:38 pm ET
First and foremost, the Rays absolutely spent their bullpen during the Mariners series. They had an entire bullpen day in game 2 of the series and went on to use them regularly in games 3 and 4. That could be detrimental traveling down to L.A. to face Shohei Ohtani and Mike Trout. They and the Angels will be continuing a nice, comfortable homestand with Noah Syndergaard on the mound. Thor may not have the lightning behind his pitches for strikeouts, but he is 2-1 on the year with a low 2.63 ERA. As long as Ohtani and Trout can provide the run support behind him, L.A. should be able to take game 1 of this series.
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MLB: Colorado Rockies vs San Francisco Giants – Over 6.5 runs (-120), 9:45 pm ET
Oracle Park has done anything but live up to its pitcher’s park reputation. The Giants’ series with the Cardinals just had a game total of 20 and their series with the Nationals had game totals of 18, 12, and 16. Better yet, 2 of those 3 games were with their dominant pitchers of Alex Wood and Logan Webb on the mound. The reasoning for the low total is understandable, but should be taken advantage of.
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NBA: Memphis Grizzlies vs Golden State Warriors – Over 223.5 points (-110), 10:00 pm ET
Ja Morant isn’t likely to play tonight, but Memphis averaged just under 118 points per game in 25 regular-season games without him. Golden State probably won’t shoot 63% from the field and 53% from 3-point range again in Game 4, but even if they come back down to earth by 10% on each, this total should still go over.
I don’t see the Grizzlies being held to under 100 points just because Morant isn’t playing. They’ve proved over a large enough sample size that they can play well without their star. Golden State will force Memphis to make shots to keep up in what is likely a must-win game for the Grizzlies. Take the over.
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