BY HARRY GAGNON
HARRY'S 6 PACK OF PROP BETS FROM TENNIS, HOCKEY, & HOOPS
-120 MINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES UNDER 108.5 POINTS VS LAKERS
Besides the Wolves possessing the worst record in the league the Lakers lead the Western Conference in points allowed. In the Lakers last 13 games they have held their opponent to under 108.5 points in 9 of them.
MINNESOTA SCORES 101-105
-120 5 POINT COLLEGE TEASER
-0.5 CONNECTICUT VS PROVIDENCE
+6.5 XAVIER VS ST JOHNS
The Huskies are coming off of an impressive win on Saturday in Cincinnati against Xavier and the still have revenge on their mind as the Friars stole a victory from UConn last week.
66 UCONN 62 PROVIDENCE
Xavier has already beat the Red Storm once this year and they held St John's in that game to just 28% from 3 point range. They also dominated them on the boards winning that battle by 17. This might be a close tight Big East affair, but getting 6.5 with the team that is 11-3 overall on the season is tough to pass up.
71 XAVIER 68 ST JOHNS
#3 AND #4
PLAYER PROPS IN AVALANCHE AND GOLDEN KNIGHTS GAME
-115 OVER .5 POINT SCORED BY KNIGHTS JONATHAN MARCHESSAULT
The Quebec native has scored 5 points in his last 6 games, plus in 9 home games he has put his name on the scoresheet 6 times.
-185 OVER .5 POINT SCORED BY AVALANCHE MIKKO RANTANEN
Rantanen leads Colorado with 3 power play goals and has 10 points in 12 games played.
-130 +1.5 SETS ANDREY RUBLEV VS DANILL MEDVEDEV IN AUSTRALIAN OPEN
This will be a battle of two Russian powerhouses. Medvedev did go 5 sets once in the Open, meanwhile Rublev has cruised so far. Rublev has a terrific serve and that will help plenty while getting +1.5 sets.
2 PLAYER PARLAY TO WIN AT AUSTRALIAN OPEN
-480 ASHLEIGH BARTY VS KAROLINA MUCHOVA
-220 RAFAEL NADAL VS STEPHANOS TSITSIPAS
Barty is seeded #1 in the Open and is playing the 27th ranked player in the world in Muchova. Barty is also 8-0 in sets, winning easily in all of them and playing in her native land makes her even more of a dominating force.
Nadal is 6-1 lifetime against Tsitsipas and that includes winning in straight sets in Australia in 2019.