Action247 Multi-Game Parlay for April 9, 2023

Last night, we went back to the ice for a same-game parlay, and it was another case of so close but so far away. We rode with the Pittsburgh Penguins attempting to keep their playoff hopes alive.

The Pens got the much-needed and predicted win over the Detroit Red Wings and covered the spread in the process. However, with six total goals scored, the teams combined to just hit the under, making our parlay lose in the end.

Unfortunately, with that loss, we ended last week with a 0-6-1 parlay record and a 6-14-1 record on individual picks. Simply put: that’s not good enough to win back our parlay blog betting championship.

We’ll turn the page and start fresh with our multi-game parlay for Sunday and the last day of the NBA regular season featuring some of the parlay blog’s favorite teams.

Boston Bruins vs Philadelphia Flyers Under 6.0 (-120)

The parlay blogs’ black and gold safety blanket has a 33-41-5 over/under record this season, has hit the over in three of the last five games, and is 5-5 over under in the last ten games.

The Flyers have hit the under in three of the last five games but are 7-3 over/under in the last ten and 37-39-3 over/under on the season.

Both previous matchups this season ended in Boston wins, with one game hitting the under and the other ending in a push at 6.0 goals.

We don’t expect Philadelphia to get much offense and expect the Bruins to add another win to their incredible record and hit the under in the process.

Memphis Grizzlies vs Oklahoma City Thunder Over 228.5 (-115)

The Grizzlies have hit the over in the last two games, three of the last five, and have a 6-4 over/under record in the last ten. OKC has a 4-6 over/under record in the last ten games.

This season, these two teams have combined for a 1-2 over/under record in head-to-head matchups. However, without many starters expected to see the floor in this game, this will depend on how much defense is played and how efficient both teams’ second teams are.

We expect little in the way of defense and taking the over.

San Antonio Spurs over the Dallas Mavericks (+125)

With the Dallas Mavericks shockingly eliminated from the play-in tournament, meaning no Kyrie or Luka, this game comes down to which team has the better shooting efficiency in a game that doesn’t matter.

Both teams are 2-8 in the last ten games, while the Mavericks have won the three previous matchups this season. However, we don’t think the Mavericks will show up and will lose the season’s final game to the lowly San Antonio Spurs.

All odds are courtesy of Action247 Sportsbook. Good luck!!

* All odds provided by Action247 Sportsbook and all odds subject to change.
**All views expressed are my own. My picks are my own and are not a guarantee, bet at your own risk.