Four-pick cross-sport parlay for Sunday, June 13 (+1535 odds): NBA Playoffs, NHL Playoffs, MLB, and Euro 2020 picks
We’ve put together a four-pick cross-sport parlay that will take you right through the night, including action from the NBA Playoffs, NHL Playoffs, MLB and the Euro 2020 tournament.
One pick is taken from each sport and a winning ticket gives us a nice payout with odds at +1535 with BetMGM — that’s nearly 15/1! Let’s break down each of these four plays. Remember to gamble responsibly.
Best MLB pick: Colorado Rockies vs. Cincinnati Reds Over 10 Runs (-110), 1:10 pm ET
The first two games of this series went over with ease thanks to Cincinnati’s hitting and we are willing to back this final game going over as well. The most likely scenario is the Reds scoring lots of runs at home like they have been most of the season, or maybe Tony Santillan struggles in his debut and the Rockies put a bunch on the board, too. Either way the over is the value play on Sunday.
Best Euro 2020 pick: Netherlands vs. Ukraine Both teams to score (-110), 3:00 pm ET
The Netherlands are back at a major tournament and they have been drawn in one of the easier groups along with Ukraine, Austria, and North Macedonia.
Ukraine finished above Serbia and reigning European champions Portugal in their qualifying group for the tournament, winning six of their eight matches and, although they have been inconsistent since, they remain an exciting side in terms of their offense. Andriy Yarmolenko and Viktor Tsyhankov are players to keep an eye on while Memphis Depay is a dangerous player for the Netherlands, having scored 20 goals in the French top division last season. Expect goals and back both teams to score.
Be sure to check out our full game preview for this matchup. You can also read the rest of our free Soccer Predictions, with soccer picks from Euro 2020 throughout the tournament and the MLS all season long.
Best NHL pick: New York Islanders vs. Tampa Bay Lightning -1.5 (+135), 3:00 pm ET
Andrei Vasilevskiy has been solid in goal for the Lightning, posting a .934 save percentage and a 2.24 goals-against average along with two shutouts during the playoffs. The biggest mismatch in this series looks to be on special teams. Tampa Bay has scored the most powerplay goals this postseason with a conversion rate of 41.7 percent. This is alarming for New York’s penalty-kill unit that’s only killing off 61.5 percent of penalties so far this postseason. This series is sure to be full of excitement, but we expect Tampa Bay’s home crowd and special teams to carry the defending champs to a victory in Game 1.
Best NBA pick: Brooklyn Nets vs. Milwaukee Bucks Under 228.5 (-110), 3:05 pm ET
Game 3 finished with just 169 points, but the oddsmakers don’t appear to be too fazed by that as the total has been set to 228.5 points here. The Bucks finished Game 3 shooting just 37 percent and Brooklyn was even worse at 36 percent, and neither team had much success with the three-ball either. Milwaukee made just eight of 32 attempts while the Nets shot below 20 percent and made six of 31 from deep. A lot will be on the line in Game 4, so expect another rugged display from both sides.