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Must-Bet Cross-Sport Parlay: Four of a Kind With Aces

It’s WNBA szn! The top women’s basketball league is the biggest it’s ever been thanks to some lady named Caitlin Clark. But our parlay features the WNBA two-time defending champions, the Las Vegas Aces. They’re set to continue dominating against the Los Angeles Sparks, who are in for a long season. Mix it with playoff games on the men’s side plus a boxing title fight and you have a four-of-a-kind. We’re hoping this crushes the online sports betting odds.

 

Must-Bet Cross-Sport Parlay: Four of a Kind With Aces
Caitlin Clark #22 of the Indiana Fever | Elsa/Getty Images/AFP

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WNBA: Dial Up the Scoring – Sparks-Aces Over 160½*

The defending champion Aces will spark the Sparks like they usually do. Las Vegas put up 92.8 points per game last season and is 13-1 in its last 14 meetings with Los Angeles. Their matchups usually go under: five of the last seven, to be specific. But we’re bucking this trend given the Sparks’ new team makeup.

Los Angeles lost several key players like the Ogwumike sisters and Karlie Samuelson. Scoring will be harder for this team. Defending will be as well. This is easily a Vegas blowout at the Michelob Arena, hence the wide line. So instead of laying those points on Vegas or taking the moneyline, bet the over. Las Vegas will easily score over 95 points and cover most of the over.

 

 

NBA: Mavericks Finish off Thunder – Mavericks (-170)

Oklahoma City had a good run, but it ends this Saturday. Despite being the less prolific outfit, the Mavericks have proven to be far more experienced than OKC. Many expected the Thunder to beat Dallas in Game 5 after the Mavs blew a lead in Game 4. No. Dallas shut everyone up and upset the Thunder in their building. Now, it can finish the job in Big D.

The Mavericks are much better defensively. And, more importantly, they have the best player in the series in Luka Doncic. He overcame a poor Game 4 to post a 31-point triple-double in Game 5. Dallas would be 3-0 in its last three games against OKC if not for that late collapse. We don’t see this happening for Game 6. So parlay the Mavs’ moneyline with confidence.

 

 

 

Boxing: Opetaia Destroys an Old Rival – Under 9½ Rounds (-115)

As the Aces smother the Sparks, Jai Opetaia will make quick work of a familiar foe: Mairis Briedis. The latter gave the Australian his toughest test when he broke his jaw and took him to a decision. But we won’t mess with a man who wins with a broken jaw. That fight turned Opetaia into a monster – he went on to score two more brutal knockouts in defense of his cruiserweight belt.

Meanwhile, Briedis has been inactive since that bout. This was nearly two years ago and the Latvian is pushing 40. This is not an ideal sign, especially since Opetaia is now more experienced. The Aussie will have his revenge against Briedis and return the favor by smashing his face. Briedis will not make it to the final bell. Opetaia scores a KO before the 10th round. Parlay the under in the sportsbook.

 

 

NHL: Canucks Continue To Give Oilers Fits – Canucks +1½ (-155)

Up in Canada, the Canucks-Oilers has lowkey been the most competitive series. Each game was decided by one goal with the underdog, Vancouver, winning three out of five times. The Canucks also covered the pucklines, naturally. And we don’t see this trend changing given how these teams play.

Vancouver has a knack for pulling goals out of its you-know-what. Even if the Oilers outshoot and outplay Vancouver for the most part, someone from the Canucks will produce a goal when it matters. In Game 5, it was J.T. Miller who scored the game-winner in the final minute.

Edmonton will be out for blood in Game 6. But we’re still taking Vancouver’s puckline in Las Vegas odds as the Canucks will not get blown out.

 

 

Questions Of The Day

What is the best way to cash a parlay?


The more bets you have on a parlay, the harder it is to cash. Best to limit your bets to two to four.

Is it better to parlay the moneyline or spread?


It depends on the betting odds you get for each. Spreads are usually in the -110 range but can be harder to cash than a moneyline on a favorite.

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