Wednesday cross-sport parlay: 4-team multi-sport parlay at +1200 odds, including today's NBA, college football, 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 Wednesday, including picks from the NHL, NBA, college football, and college basketball. One pick is taken from each sport and a winning ticket would give us a very nice payout with odds of +1200 at DraftKings Sportsbook.

NBA pick today: Brooklyn Nets -12.5 over Golden State Warriors (-110), 7:40 pm ET

With the amount of injuries plaguing the Warriors, it seems to be a near impossible task for them to leave the Barclays Center tonight as victors, which explains why the Nets are 12.5-point favorites. Without Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Andrew Wiggins, the Warriors only reliable scoring option is Jordan Poole who managed to score 26 points in their loss to the Knicks.

With Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving on the other side, the Nets have too much offensive firepower for a depleted Warriors team to run with. Aside from a 12-point win against the Wizards, the Nets have won their 5 other games on this 6-game winning streak by 4 points or less. I don’t think tonight should be as close as the Nets should be able to pull away in this game much like the Knicks last night.

Be sure to check out our full Golden State Warriors vs Brooklyn Nets predictions

College Basketball pick today: Notre Dame Fighting Irish -1.5 over Florida State Seminoles (-110), 8:30 pm ET

Florida State has started this season about as bad as anyone could have imagined with a 3-10 record and losses to Stetson, Troy, and Siena. This will be a home game in Donald L. Tucker Center here, but they are just not good enough as a team to win meaningful games.

Notre Dame’s defense has been the reason why they have lost multiple games, but their offense looks to be strong enough to lead them to victory here. According to KenPom, Notre Dame is ranked #30 in three-point percentage and #11 in turnover percentage. They do a great job taking care of the ball and can make shots from beyond the arc at a high clip which is the reason why backing them will be the play.

Be sure to check out our full Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs Florida State Seminoles predictions

College Football: South Alabama Jaguars -3.5 over Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (-110), 9:00 pm ET

The South Alabama Jaguars are 10-2 this season, which is the best regular season record they have had in their program’s short history. In fact, South Alabama was 7 points away from an undefeated season considering it lost by just 1 point at UCLA and by 4 points against Sun Belt Champion Troy.

After South Alabama’s best regular season in program history, the Jaguars will be highly motivated to cap off the year with their first bowl win in program history. With no significant opt-outs or transfers to report, it seems like the Jaguars will be at full strength in New Orleans on tonight. For that reason, backing the Jaguars will be the play.

Be sure to check out our full Western Kentucky Hilltoppers vs South Alabama Jaguars predictions

NHL pick today: Minnesota Wild -1.5 over Anaheim Ducks (-115), 10:07 pm ET

These are two teams going in opposite directions, both on the season and recently. The Wild are in the thick of the playoff race, currently 3rd in the Central Division, and have won 5 in a row. The Ducks, on the other hand, are in last place in the Pacific Division, and even though they are on a 2-game winning streak, they only have 3 wins in their last 12 games.

Since the start of the month, the Ducks rank last in expected goals against, 31st in goals allowed per game, 31st in expected goals and 29th in goals per game. Compare that to the Wild who rank right around the top 10 in all four of those categories, and there is a large mismatch. Look for the Wild to dominate from puck drop and place your bet on the Wild puck line.

Be sure to check out our full Minnesota Wild vs Anaheim Ducks predictions

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