Last night, we went to the same-game parlay, where we have had some of our greatest victories, to rightfully regain our parlay blog championship.
Once again, it was so close yet so far away.
We built our same-game parlay around the Denver Nuggets winning on their home court. We successfully predicted that the Nuggets would defeat the Phoenix Suns, which they did, winning 118-102. We also successfully predicted the Nuggets would cover a 5.5 spread in the victory.
However, with a total points line set at 228.0 and the Nuggets and Suns combining for 220 points, game five hit the under. We predicted the game would hit the over, expecting the Suns to keep the game close.
With last night’s loss, our weekly parlay record drops to 0-3, but we improve to 5-4 on individual picks.
We remain undeterred and return with this multi-game parlay to regain our parlay blog championship.
Florida Panthers over Toronto Maple Leafs (+100)
The Toronto Maple Leafs suck, as a general rule.
The Leafs are also starting Justin Woll in game four, which speaks to how decimated their goaltending has been by injuries.
The road team might be 5-1 in the last six head-to-head meetings, but the underdog is 6-0 in the previous six meetings.
The Maple Leafs are 1-4 against the Panthers in the last five meetings. The Panthers hold a 4-3 lead in the head-to-head season series.
We’re taking the Florida Panthers as the home underdog to sweep the Maple Leafs out of the playoffs because the Toronto Maple Leafs suck – as a general rule – and Florida is the better team right now.
Vegas Golden Knights versus Edmonton Oilers Over 7.0 (+100)
We again appeal to the Kings of the Over for their assistance in winning a parlay. However, we won’t make the same request of the McDavids of the North as we did in game three: win the game.
Instead, we’re asking the McDavids to simply score a bunch and hit the over, which they are usually very good at.
The McDavids have a 53-30-8 over/under record, while VGK has a 41-44-5 over/under record this season.
The over is 4-2-1 in head-to-head matchups this season.
We honor the McDavids of the North, proclaiming them the rightful and true Kings of the Over, and ask they live up to that moniker in game four.
Los Angeles Lakers versus Golden State Warriors Under 226.5 (-115)
The Los Angeles Lakers have a 47-45-1 over/under record, while the Golden State Warriors have a 50-41-2 over/under record.
In the head-to-head series this season, the under is 5-3, with all four games of this playoff series either hitting the under or barely hitting the over on total points lines of 226.5 and 227.0 in games 1 and 2.
We’re taking the Lakers and Warriors to hit the under for a third-straight game.
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.