Four-pick Cross-Sport Parlay for Saturday, April 10th (+1817): NHL, NBA, UFC and MLB Picks
A big Saturday 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, UFC and MLB.
Each picks is taken from each sport and a winning ticket gives us a nice payout with odds at +1817 with FanDuel — more than 18/1! Let’s break down each of these four plays. Remember to gamble responsibly.
Best NHL Pick: Florida Panthers ML (-104) vs. Dallas Stars, 2:00 p.m ET
The Stars have allowed 30.9 shots per game over their last eight and are playing sloppy hockey in their own zone. The Panthers on the other hand, have averaged 3.13 goals over their last eight games and have owned Dallas this year, winning four of the five matchups between the teams. Florida should handle Dallas easily for the win. Take the Panthers.
Best UFC Pick: Marvin Vettori to Win by Decision (+195) vs. Kevin Holland, 5:00 ET
The lack of focus we saw from Kevin Holland in his recent fight with Derek Brunson is a big concern here. Four of Vettori’s wins in the UFC have come by decision and with his striking ability, I think we see a dominate performance from the Italian and he extends his win streak.
Best MLB Pick: Boston Red Sox ML (-136) vs. Baltimore Orioles, 7:00 p.m ET
Since that opening series sweep, the Orioles are just 1-3. In those three losses they were outscored by the Yankees and Red Sox 21-6, which is much more indicative of what we can really expect from this team this season. After a bad 2020, JD Martinez has been swinging a hot bat. He already has 12 RBIs and is hitting .433. As a result of their four-game winning streak, we like Boston to stay hot here with another win.
Best NBA Pick: Los Angeles Lakers vs. Brooklyn Nets -10.5 (-110), 8:40 p.m ET
LA managed to hang around with the Miami Heat last time out, but the run-and-gun style of the Brooklyn Nets does not suit them at all. With their two best players out, it’s hard to see the Lakers being able to keep this game close. Brooklyn’s last five wins were by an average of 11.2 points. Go with the Nets to cover at home.