Clays Plays 3/5


Via ET Canada

Another tough day yesterday, the parlay was dead early from Tiafoe losing. I liked the pick a lot after his last match and did not see that coming. I also messed up giving y’all Celtics first half ML instead of just the game ML. I got greedy when I saw the difference by 100 in the line between the two, I thought I might as well just take that since I knew the Celtics weren’t losing that game. I was right that they would win comfortably, but they were down a few at the half. All the other picks went as expected. Today is a new day, and I am feeling better about todays parlay than I have in a few days. Weird day for betting today with no NBA, but I have found y’all the best locks I could. Overall Record 15-8


Drake ML (-275)

Wild ML (-145)

Avalanche ML (-245)

Golden Knights ML (-208)

Over 23 Coric Vs Nishikori (-107)



Drake money line is a no brainer lock. They have been probably the most consistent lock in college basketball this whole season, and they’re facing off against a 10-15 Northern Iowa team. I have zero worries about this game. Ride

Wild have won 6 of their last 8, and could be even better than that if it weren’t for a tough overtime lost to Vegas. Coyotes are not playing bad themselves, but it will not be enough to beat the Wild.

Avalanche recovered from an all time collapse on Monday against the Sharks with a big 4-0 win against them on Wednesday. Tonight, they face off against the Anaheim Ducks, who have lost their last 7 games. Avalanche should win this one with ease.

Golden Knights are having a great season, sitting at 14-4-1. I like them taking this away matchup tonight against the Sharks. As stated above, Sharks had an amazing comeback win against the Avalanche on Monday, but fell back to reality on a brutal loss Wednesday. Knights should take this one comfortably.

Nishikori is finally looking like himself again. He has fought through injuries, and I think it is safe to say Kei is back! He dismantled young up and coming superstar Felix Auger Aliassime in the first round, and squeezed out a win against De Minaur in the second round. Those are two of the top players on tour, so it is safe to say Kei is back. Coric has also been playing very well this tournament, which is why I believe this will be a tight match, and why I like the over.


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