Cross-Sport Parlays Sportsbooks Should Promote This Week

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Feb/08/2018

Although football season is over, that doesn’t mean you can’t promote cross-sports parlays. It might be a good idea to promote a Saturday cross-sports parlay.

Saturday, Feb. 10

Below are the games in the NBA, NCAAB, and NHL that all online bookie agents should consider for their cross-sport parlays.

NBA

New Orleans Pelicans at Brooklyn Nets

The Pelicans will be without DeMarcus “Boogie” Cousins. Even without Boogie, it’s difficult to see the Nets being huge favorites over the Pelicans.

This game could go either way, which is why it’s a great one to add to any cross-sport parlay.

San Antonio Spurs at Golden State Warriors

The Warriors often dominate the Spurs when the two best franchises in the NBA throw down. San Antonio might stick with Golden State on Saturday, though.

The reason is because the Warriors are terrible against the spread in home matchups.

Denver Nuggets at Phoenix Suns

Phoenix is a bad team. The Nuggets aren’t a great road team. This game could go either way. That’s music to the ears of per head agents that promote a Saturday cross-sports parlay.

NCAAM

#21 North Carolina at NC State

In the first game between the two intra-state rivals, NC State upset North Carolina 95 to 91. UNC battles rival Duke on Thursday, Feb. 8.

Does NC State have what it takes to pull off another upset?

Maybe. Maybe not.

Iowa at #14 Ohio State

On Feb. 6, Iowa lost to Michigan State 93 to 96. The Hawkeyes must battle Ohio State on the road. Iowa has gone 1-6-1 against the spread in away games.

That means many sports bettors are going to look at this game as a gift.

Don’t fret pay per head agents. Ohio State is 6 and 8 against the spread in home games.

Virginia Tech at #2 Virginia

Virginia Tech has a very good defense. Virginia’s D is the best in college basketball. It’s going to be tough to find the winner ATS in this one for sure.

NHL

Nashville Predators at Montreal Canadiens

L.A. Kings at Tampa Bay Lightning

Chicago Blackhawks at Minnesota Wild

Before adding a single NHL game to any cross-sports parlay, per head agents must determine what are the toughest games to handicap on the money line.

The three above, which all take place this Saturday, figure to be tough for players to find the winners. Don’t forget to increase odds on all cross-sports promoted parlays.

Also, don’t offer cross-sports parlays with less than 4 games.

Start Getting Ready For March Madness

Pay per head agents are already getting ready for March Madness. Using cross-sport parlays, such as the games listed above, can help agents peak interest from their players.

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