Four-pick Cross-Sport Parlay for Thursday, March 25th (+1144): NHL and NBA Picks
The Sweet 16 games are only a couple days away, but there are still plenty of games to find value on until then. This 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 and the NBA.
Two picks are taken from each sport and a winning ticket gives us a nice payout with odds at +1144 with FanDuel — more than 11/1! Let’s break down each of these four plays. Remember to gamble responsibly.
Best NHL Pick: Detroit Red Wings vs. Nashville Predators Under 5.5 Goals (-134), 8 p.m ET
The Predators 28th-ranked offense is scoring just 2.3 goals per game. Saros is one of the hottest goalies in the league right now as he is playing the best hockey of his career. Not once in his last five starts has he allowed more than one goal. With the Red Wings averaging 2.15 goals per game, you would like to think there is a great chance that Saros extends his streak of one goal or less to six straight games. Take the under as the scoring will be one-sided, but the Predators aren’t explosive enough to bring this over the total.
Best NHL Pick: Vegas Golden Knights vs. Colorado Avalanche Under 5.5 Goals (-105), 9 p.m ET
Marc-Andre Fleury is scheduled to start for the Golden Knights while Philipp Grubauer will get the crease for the Avalanche. Fleury is 16-6 with a 1.93 GAA and a .931 SV% and four shutouts while Grubauer has a very comparable 19-7 record with a 1.71 GAA and a .930 SV% to go along with his league-leading five shutouts. All four of their meetings this year have gone under the total as neither team has been able to score more than three goals in a game.
Best NBA Pick: Golden State Warriors vs. Sacramento Kings -3 (-106), 10 p.m ET
Sacramento is 4-1 SU in their last five games and has covered in four of those five games. In the last 10 head-to-head meetings they are 8-2 ATS against the Warriors. The Kings have been in really solid form after the All-Star break, making their intentions clear of trying to push for one of the play-in spots in the West. Golden State is struggling without Curry, plus they are only 2-5 ATS in their last seven visits to Sacramento. Take the home team to cover.
Best NBA Pick: Philadelphia 76ers -5 (-114) vs. Los Angeles Lakers, 10 p.m ET
Despite not having Joel Embiid at their disposal, Philadelphia has played well. This especially goes for Tobias Harris who has been lights out recently. The Sixers are 5-0 in their last five road games and they should be able to get the job done against the shorthanded Lakers. LeBron and AD average a combined 47.9 points per game, but without them, this team looks lost. Take the Sixers to cover.