Val’s Big Payday Parlay January 25th 2023


Here comes the broken record, another 2-1 night missing the parlay by a game, Luka and the Mavs couldn't get it done versus the Wizards on home court. It was very frustrating to watch as the Mavs are usually a very solid defensive on their home court, but last night that wasn't the case.

Val’s Big Payday Parlay, pays +774

Straight up Overall Record for the Big Payday Plays 509-707, -21.72 units

New York Rangers +139

The Rangers visit the Maple Leafs in Toronto tonight, both teams are playing well at the moment and this should be a good game between two good teams. Both teams should be starting their number one goalies in I. Shesterkin & I. Samsonov, and both teams are rested having not played since Monday. The Rangers have dominated the matchup between these two teams winning 7 of the last 10 meetings overall while also winning 3 of the last 4 in Toronto. The Rangers are a great road team at 14-5-2-1 while the Leafs are equally as strong on home ice at 18-3-3-1, I like the value with the Rangers here in a game that can go either way.

Denver Nuggets +8 -106

The Nuggets are in Milwaukee to face the Bucks tonight. This doesn’t look to be an ideal spot here for the Nuggets as they will be on a B2B and third game in 4 nights but have always had success when playing in Milwaukee. They’ve won 3 of the last 4 games played in Milwaukee while going 5-1 ATS in the last 6 games there. The Bucks will also be missing a huge piece in B. Portis whom is probably their best player off the bench when the team is fully healthy averaging over 14 points a game. We don’t need the Nuggets to continue their trend of winning straight up tonight in Milwaukee, worst case just keep it within the number.

Sacramento Kings -150

The Raptors visit the Kings tonight in Sactown This is the start on a long seven game road trip that will have huge ramifications on their season moving forward if they finish it 1-6 or 2-5, forcing them to be sellers at the deadline and looking to build for next season. The Raptors have absolutely had no success on the road this season winning only 6 of a total of 21 games, while the Kings are solid home team winning 16 of 26 home games. The Raptors may be missing OG Anunoby as he’s questionable with an ankle injury and he’s their best defensive player. I like the Kings to defend their home court and take care of business versus a very weak road team.

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