Four-pick cross-sport parlay for Tuesday (+1032 odds): NHL playoffs, NBA Playoffs, and MLB
We have put together a 4-pick cross-sport parlay that will take you right through Tuesday, 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 would give us a nice payout with odds of +1032 at DraftKings. Let’s break down each of these plays.
MLB: Philadelphia Phillies vs Atlanta Braves ML (-160), 7:10 pm ET
Max Fried has been the ace of the Atlanta pitching staff for the past few seasons and this year isn’t any different. He’s been their most reliable starter with a 4-2 record and 3.31 ERA.
Kyle Gibson has a 3-2 record with a 3.98 ERA, but he often struggles to throw deep into games, which might hurt him in this matchup. The Phillies have one of the league’s worst bullpens with a 4.06 ERA and this Braves lineup is on the verge of breaking out, which could come in this game against their divisional rivals. Take the Braves behind Fried to take care of business tonight.
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NBA: Golden State Warriors vs Dallas Mavericks – Under 215.5 points (-110), 9:00 pm ET
We’ve now seen the under cash in 2 of the 3 games played in this series and there’s a good chance of that trend continuing in Game 4. Both teams have leaned towards that bet recently in the playoffs – the Warriors are 4-2 in favor of the under in their last 6, while 6 of the Mavs’ last 8 games have cashed on that bet.
Dallas’s best chance of winning is if they somehow contain Stephen Curry. We’ve seen Klay Thompson be inconsistent and Andrew Wiggins scoring 27 points isn’t something that happens often. I’m expecting a low-scoring game once again, so go with the under.
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NHL: Calgary Flames vs Edmonton Oilers ML (-115), 9:30 pm ET
The Flames are as strong as their goaltender, and Jacob Markstrom has been less than stellar. He’s being left out to dry every night, and when he is on his game, it’s still not enough. As long as Mike Smith continues to play well, the Oilers are going to win more games than they lose. Edmonton should have no problem scoring goals early and often in this game, which will likely lead to a third straight win in this series.
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MLB: New York Mets vs San Francisco Giants – Over 7 runs (-105), 9:45 ET
Look no further than last night’s game that ended with 16 total runs. The Mets nearly doubled the posted total on their own, scoring 13, and the Giants should have a much better performance. Neither of these starting pitchers performed particularly well the last time they faced the respective opposition either. Chris Bassitt gave up 5 runs in his loss, and Logan Webb was pulled after 3.1 innings in which he gave up 3 runs and struck out just 1 batter. Both of these teams have scored over 200 runs on the season, which puts them both within the top 5 of the league.
It may not be Coors Field, but the Giants have had higher-scoring games at home this season. Two of the 3 games in their last home series went over, and all 3 with the Rockies went over in their home series prior to that one. With 2 of the top 5 teams in runs scored, there should be no issues getting to 8 or more tonight.
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