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Parlay All-Day: New York Double Down as Yankees and Knicks Bounce Back in Big Apple

David Hayes
Baltimore Orioles v New York Yankees
Baltimore Orioles v New York Yankees / Sarah Stier

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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 3-4 in parlay bets with a +$2.08 payout differential. Overall, we're up $276.99]. 

Game 1: Detroit Tigers vs New York Yankees (-215), 6:35 p.m.

After a surprising 1-2 split in the Yankees' season-opening series against the lowly Baltimore Orioles, New York looks to bounce back strong as a club that opened with second-best odds to win the World Series this season, according to FanDuel Sportsbook. Despite losing 2-of-3, New York's bats were still hot, as the Yankees averaged five runs per game. The Tigers can't say the same from their four-game opening series, as Detroit put up just 1.5 runs per game in its 2-2 split against the Toronto Blue Jays.

Game 2: Chicago Bulls vs New York Knicks (-152), 7:40 p.m. EST

Chicago visits New York without three of its' best players on the court. Kris Dunn, Otto Porter Jr. and Zach LaVine are out due to injuries. The Knicks are on the final leg of a six-game home stretch and New York has lost all five of these previous games at the Garden and six straight overall. With only six games remaining on the schedule, and the Knicks three wins behind (or ahead depending on how you look at it) the Suns for the worst record in the NBA, look for New York to give its home fans a show in the Knicks' third-to-last home performance of the season.

$10 Parlay Payout = $14.29

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