Four-pick cross-sport parlay for Monday, April 26th (+1001): NHL, NBA, and MLB Picks
A big Monday of sports is expected, which means it is time to have some fun and look for some of the best bets across all the different sports and pile them into one parlay. We’ve put together a four-pick cross-sport parlay which will take you right through the day, including action from the NHL, NBA, and MLB.
Each pick is taken from a different sport with a second pick from the NBA. A winning ticket gives us a nice payout with odds at +1001 with FanDuel — more than 10/1! Let’s break down each of these four plays. Remember to gamble responsibly.
Best NBA Pick: Phoenix Suns vs. New York Knicks Over 215 Points (-110), 7:40 p.m ET
Over the last 10 games, both teams have been impressive on the offensive end, playing efficient basketball. Over that stretch the Knicks rank third in the league in terms of offensive rating, whilst the Suns rank eight. The Knicks games have surpassed 215 points in five of the last six, whilst the Suns have done so in four out of six. Back this one to go over too.
Over 215 line available at time of publishing. Playable to over 218.
Best NBA Pick: Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Toronto Raptors Over 215.5 Points (-110), 7:40 p.m ET
This line is set incredibly low for this game, considering that both meetings between these teams this year easily cleared the 217-point mark. Their last game just two weeks ago combined for 250 points as Gary Trent Jr. exploded for 44 points. The Raptors have not held a team below 100 points in any of their last 11 games, and if that continues to be the case here, this total should clear.
Over 215.5 line available at time of publishing. Playable to over 219.5.
Best NHL Pick: Edmonton Oilers ML (-108) vs. Winnipeg Jets, 9:08 p.m ET
The Edmonton Oilers are now one point behind the Winnipeg Jets for second in the North Division with two games in hand and they play them on Monday night. The Oilers have won four of their last six games and have had five days off to rest and prepare for this matchup. The Oilers beat the Jets 3-0 in their last matchup which put Winnipeg in a small tail spin. The Jets have now lost three in a row and some questions have arisen, considering they bench their leading point scorer, Mark Scheifele for a full period the other night. The Winnipeg goalie is struggling recently as well, making us believe Edmonton will take advantage in a big way and pick up two points.
Best MLB Pick: Colorado Rockies vs. San Francisco Giants (-176) ML, 9:45 p.m ET
Anthony DeSclafani has a career 3.13 ERA against Colorado, and his mark this year is a full run less than that through four starts. On the other side, Rockies starter, Austin Gomber has been tough to hit so far but walks have been an issue. The lefty has already given 15 free passes in just 21.1 innings on the year. The Giants, now six games over .500, look like a legitimate sleeper team to sneak into the playoffs as a wild card, even though it’s only April. Given some of the control issues for Gomber, we are going to back the Giants to pick up the win here.