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[The Duel will come out with a $10 parlay angle every day, tracking success on a rolling seven-day span. In the last seven days, The Duel staff has gone 4-3 in parlay bets with a +$111.55 payout differential. This month, we're up $89.55].


Game 1: Boston Celtics @ Detroit Pistons (+3, -110), 7:10 p.m. EST

This line should pop off the sheet when you first see it. The Pistons have already been beaten by the Celtics twice this season. One was a close game, the other was a blowout. This low a line is Vegas pointing to something, trying to entice the public to hit the Celtics hard. Don't fall for it.


The Celtics will be missing Al Horford tonight, who is a huge veteran and defensive presence for Boston. The Pistons two best players are their two big men, Andre Drummond and Blake Griffin, so look for the Pistons to dominate on the boards and control the pace of play. Especially with the Celtics on the back-end of a back-to-back set, there's a very good possibility that the Pistons pull out a win in this one. 

Game 2: Cleveland Browns (+104) @ Denver Broncos, 8:20 p.m. EST

Slowly but surely the Denver offense has deteriorated. Finally, after ​losing Emmanuel Sanders prior to their Week 14 game against the 49ers, the Broncos came out and laid a complete dud that week, losing 24-10. Facing off against a Cleveland team playing with more confidence than they've had in years, thanks to ​rookie sensation Baker Mayfield, the Browns are within striking distance of a playoff spot. Mayfield's swag and a team trending in the right direction, having won three of their last four, could be enough to walk out of Denver with a win.


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