Four-pick cross-sport parlay for Sunday (+855 odds): NHL, NBA, MLS and MLB

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We have put together a 4-pick cross-sport parlay that will take you right through Sunday, including action from the NBA, NHL, MLS and MLB. One picks is taken from each sport, and a winning ticket would give us a nice payout with odds of +855 at DraftKings. Let’s break down each of these plays.

MLS: San Jose Earthquakes vs New York City FC – Both teams to score and over 2.5 goals – Yes (-130), 1:00 pm ET

When looking at this match, most people expect NYCFC to secure three points. In four of their last five meetings, both teams have scored, and the total has gone over 2.5 goals. NYCFC should win the match, but I wouldn’t be surprised if San Jose can bag a goal or even two. Expect goals on Sunday, and both teams will contribute to the scoring in an entertaining affair.

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NBA: Milwaukee Bucks vs Boston Celtics -4.5 (-110), 1:00  pm ET

Boston is not only a favorite in the series opener, the Celtics are favorites to win the series. The Bucks have been a bad Game 1 team in their recent post-season appearances. In their last 11 playoff series dating back to 2018, they are 4-7 straight up in Game 1s with 6 of those losses coming by at least 6 points. Khris Middleton is still out with a strained knee and it will require a large amount of secondary scoring from Giannis Antetokounmpo for the Bucks to win this game. The Celtics will do their best to stop him, but will likely have to decide to let him get his points and just prevent everyone else from doing any damage. Back the trend and lay the points with the better defense.

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NHL: Seattle Kraken vs Winnipeg Jets ML (-195), 2:00 pm ET

Winnipeg took the win in their first matchup, and they should be the winner in their second. After a successful trade deadline, the Kraken got rid of a chunk of their depth as well as some big-name players. Their lineup doesn’t compare to Winnipeg, as the Jets were seen as a potential playoff contender before the season transpired. Winnipeg knows they’ve had a disappointing season, so with one home game left, they would love to give their fans one more thing to cheer about until next October. The bigger names on the Jets roster should get things done and give their home crowd a nice win to cap off a disappointing season.

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MLB: Los Angeles Angels vs Chicago White Sox – Over 8 runs (-115), 2:10 pm ET

Dallas Keuchel’s performances this season lends towards going over this total by itself. He hasn’t shown any signs of improving and is just hanging balls over the plate. He’s given up more than this total in a single inning already this season. Unfortunately for Sox fans, the bullpen hasn’t been great either. With an ERA nearing 4, pulling Keuchel early is not a solution. The Angels bullpen is only slightly better than Chicago and could allow the Sox to grab a run or 2 late. Regardless, the damage should already be done before then to secure the Angels win and all the production afterwards will simply help in going over the total.

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