Parlay All-Day: NBA Finals and MLB Three-Teamer With the Warriors, Rockies and Red Sox

By Leo Abbe-Schneider
2019 NBA Finals - Game One
2019 NBA Finals - Game One / Pool

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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 +$17.81 payout differential. Overall, we're up $341.24].

Game 1: Golden State Warriors (+2, -110) vs. Toronto Raptors, 8:07 p.m. EST

The Raptors had an impressive Game 1 victory, however, the Warriors have not fallen behind 0-2 in a playoff series at any point in the last five seasons. Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson were the only Warriors to score more than 10 points in Game 1, and yet they only lost by nine. Expect the Warriors' role players to play better, and for the team to bounce back after taking Toronto's best shot in the first game of the series.

Game 2: Toronto Blue Jays vs. Colorado Rockies (-148), 3:10 p.m. EST

A running theme is starting to develop in this parlay: fade Toronto. Blue Jays' starter Aaron Sanchez has not pitched well lately, combining for only 12 2/3 innings pitched over his last four starts. He has allowed 14 hits and six walks over that span, and isn't catching an easy matchup here. The Rockies are No. 4 in MLB in both hits (531) and runs scored (312), and come into the day red hot, averaging 7.8 runs per game in their last five contests.

Game 3: Boston Red Sox (-122) vs. New York Yankees, 7:00 p.m. EST

The Red Sox have not looked like the defending World Series champions this year and are looking to avoid a sweep against their rival on Sunday Night Baseball. The man taking the mound for the Red Sox, David Price, might be their best chance at getting back on track this season. He comes into the day sporting a 2.83 ERA and hasn't allowed an earned run in his last 11 2/3 innings pitched.

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