Four-pick cross-sport parlay for Sunday, May 30 (+1183 odds): NHL, NBA and MLB picks
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.
One pick is taken from each sport with a second pick from the MLB. A winning ticket gives us a nice payout with odds at +1183 with BetMGM — more than 11/1! Let’s break down each of these four plays. Remember to gamble responsibly.
Best MLB pick: Kansas City Royals vs. Minnesota Twins Over 9.5 Runs (+100), 2:10 pm ET
Minnesota is a top-ten offense and we think Kansas City could get there too by the end of the year. As the Twins have been playing better they have been scoring more too, they are 8-2 O/U in their last 10. We don’t like the value on Minnesota to win in a game where both teams will be trading runs back and forth. Therefore, backing the over will be our play.
Best MLB pick: Baltimore Orioles vs. Chicago White Sox -1.5 (-120), 2:10 pm ET
Chicago has to be the play, especially with Lucas Giolito’s ability to work deep into games made more valuable the day after a doubleheader. There is no value on the money line and even the run line is a little lighter than normal. The White Sox just look too good right now and have had too much success against lefty pitching. For that reason, we like the White Sox to win big.
Best NHL pick: Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Carolina Hurricanes Under 6 Goals (-120), 5:05 pm ET
The very first time these teams met this year the Hurricanes topped the Lighting 1-0 in a thrilling OT victory. We do expect to see more than one goal in this game but the overall style of play we saw in that game should be a good indication of what may happen in Game 1 of this series. The Hurricanes and Lightning would go on to play plenty more low scoring games this season with six of the eight games resulting in five or less goals. Alex Nedeljkovic and Andrei Vasilevskiy were two of the best goalies in the league this year which should help this game stay under the total. For that reason, we will back the under.
Best NBA pick: Brooklyn Nets -7.5 (-110) vs. Boston Celtics, 7:05 pm ET
Brooklyn’s record over their last eight games is 7-1 ATS. Friday’s games was a wake-up call for them and I’ll think the big three will take matters into their own hands and make sure this series doesn’t go more than five games. We like Brooklyn to win big tonight.