Sunday cross-sport parlay: 4-team multi-sport parlay at +1075 odds, including today's NFL, NBA, college basketball, and NHL predictions

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We have put together a 4-pick cross-sport parlay that will take you right through Sunday, including picks from the NFL, NHL, NBA, and college basketball. One pick is taken from each sport and a winning ticket would give us a very nice payout with odds of +1075 at DraftKings Sportsbook.

NFL pick today: Detroit Lions -2.5 over Minnesota Vikings (-110), 1:00 pm ET

The Lions are 5-0 ATS in their last 5 games, outscoring the number by an average of 12.4 points per game during that stretch. The Lions were 20th in EPA/play on offense and 32nd in defense from Weeks 1-8, but since Week 9 they’ve improved to 4th and 15th in those categories. The improvement on defense is a real surprise, with the emergence of rookie Aidan Hutchison and an improving secondary, it’s fair to say this side of the ball can improve their numbers down the stretch considering they’ve faced the 3rd toughest schedule of offenses so far this season and things should get a tad easier down the stretch. Because of the improvement we have seen from the Lions recently, backing them to cover will be the play.

Be sure to check out our full Minnesota Vikings vs Detroit Lions predictions

NBA pick today: Toronto Raptors -7 over Orlando Magic (-110), 6:10 pm ET

These teams will be running it straight back after the Orlando Magic beat the Toronto Raptors 113-109 in their last outing. Overall the Magic have not been great at defending their home floor this season, being 1 of 3 Eastern Conference teams with losing home records. They have won just 2 of their last 10 games and could struggle to replicate their performance from Friday night.

The Raptors on the other hand, are 7th in the league in defensive rating and were starting to figure out the Magic offense throughout the game, holding them to fewer points in each quarter. With the Magic just 27th in the league defensively, expect a stronger scoring night from the Raptors. For that reason, backing the Raptors to cover will be the play.

Be sure to check out our full Toronto Raptors vs Orlando Magic predictions

College Basketball pick today: Iowa Hawkeyes -4 over Wisconsin Badgers (-110), 6:30 pm ET

Iowa is 7-2 on the season after most recently blowing out rival Iowa State in Iowa City. They forced Iowa State to shoot just 13.6% from 3-point range while shooting 52.2% from three themselves. It was surprisingly a lopsided game, and they will look to keep that momentum going. The spread is too short for a home Iowa team that should simply be able to outscore this Wisconsin team. Wisconsin is averaging just 66.1 points per game while Iowa is averaging 82.4. The Badgers offense should not be able to keep up as they are ranked #344 in 2-point percentage and #257 in effective field-goal percentage according to KenPom. Iowa is ranked #7 in adjusted offensive efficiency, therefore backing them to cover will be the play.

Be sure to check out our full Wisconsin Badgers vs Iowa Hawkeyes predictions

NHL pick today: Boston Bruins ML over Vegas Golden Knights (-145), 8:00 pm ET

The Bruins and Golden Knights have been the class of their respective conferences throughout the season, with only the New Jersey Devils rivaling Boston. The Bruins are a juggernaut at 21-4-1 and will be looking to bounce back after an embarrassing defeat to the Arizona Coyotes. The Knights are sitting at an impressive 20-8-1 themselves, but would also like to put on a better showing than needing overtime to beat the Philadelphia Flyers at home on Saturday night.

This is also a rematch from just 6 days prior. That game was in Boston, and the Knights were able to ruin the Bruins’ home winning streak of 14-0 to begin the season. While Boston set that 14-0 record in TD Garden, their goaltending has been just as strong away from home. They’re allowing the 6th-fewest goals per game on the road, to go along with a league-best 2.15 goals allowed per game overall. Vegas has scored just 3 goals across their last 2 games, both of which were at home, therefore backing the Bruins to bounce back tonight will be the play.

Be sure to check out our full Boston Bruins vs Vegas Golden Knights predictions

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