With only four games on the NHL schedule, our parlay for January 9th features two NBA games and one NHL game. Read on as we explain our picks for Monday’s betting parlay.
Buffalo Sabres -1.5 over Philadelphia Flyers (+100)
Tage Thompson and the Buffalo Sabres have won eight of their last nine games and have a 22-15 record against the spread. Philadelphia is 25-15 ats and has won four of its last five games.
The Sabres are the highest-scoring team in the NHL and have the second-ranked powerplay compared to Philadelphia’s 19th-ranked defense and 20th-ranked penalty kill.
Take the Sabres to cover the -1.5 goal spread.
San Antonio Spurs +11 over Memphis Grizzlies (-110)
The San Antonio Spurs shouldn’t win Monday night’s game against the Memphis Grizzles straight-up. However, 11 points is a lot to cover. San Antonio has a 19-21 record against the spread, while Memphis has a 20-18-1 ATS record.
San Antonio has covered the spread in five of its last six games, with a final ats margin of +10 points in three of those games. Memphis has covered the spread in five of its last six games, although only one game exceeded a +10 final ATS margin.
Take the Spurs to cover the +11-point spread but lose on the moneyline.
New York Knicks over Milwaukee Bucks (+100)
The New York Knicks and Milwaukee Bucks meet in what could be the most competitive game on Monday’s sports calendar. The Bucks have a 25-14 record, while the Knicks have a 22-18 record. The Bucks have won the last five games straight-up on the moneyline.
However, the Knicks have won their last four games in a row, while the Bucks are coming off a one-sided loss to the Charlotte Hornets on January 6th. This one will be close and competitive, but we like the Knicks to continue their winning streak and defeat the Bucks as slight moneyline underdogs.
All odds are courtesy of Action247 Sportsbook. Good luck!!
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**All views expressed are my own. My picks are my own and are not a guarantee, bet at your own risk.