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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 2-5 in parlay bets with a -$5.37 payout differential. This month, we're -$23.55].

Game 1: Brooklyn Nets @ Boston Celtics (-10.5, -110), 7:40 p.m. EST

The Nets typically don't play well on the back-end of back-to-backs and tonight's matchup is a tough one against one of the league's best. In fact, on days with no rest in between games, the Nets are 2-7 both against the spread and straight up. Brooklyn, however, has been playing some of the best basketball in the NBA, but this task just seems too insurmountable to overcome.

Game 2: Under 57.5 Points (-110), Clemson Tigers vs. Alabama Crimson Tide, 8 p.m. EST

Bad weather could be in store for tonight's 2019 College Football Playoff National Championship game, so expect both of these well-rounded teams to be somewhat limited and pound the rock on the ground. Because of this, we might see a lower-scoring game from two teams that have to come to know each other pretty well over the last four seasons. 

Game 3: Orlando Magic @ Sacramento Kings (-5.5, -110), 10:10 p.m. EST

The Kings are the NBA's fifth-best team at covering the spread this season (58 percent of games). On the flip side, the Magic have failed to the cover the spread in 10 of their last 15 games. The Kings don't get nearly enough credit for how well they've been playing this year, and 5.5 points seems like an insult.

$10 Parlay Payout = $59.58

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