My last 15 PrizePicks Picks are 11-3-1. I always advise Flex Plays as they have a higher chance of paying out. It’s a heck of a lot easier to hit two out of three than all three. So instead of shooting for the moon, let me help build a solid bankroll.
Brent Burns Under 3 Shots on Goal
Offerings like this make me wonder how PrizePicks makes money. In the last 21 games Burns has played, he has exceeded three shots on goal just once. He has hit exactly three plenty of times, but when making PrizePicks, I will gladly take the chance at a push knowing there is almost zero shot the play misses.
Playing Montreal, I can see why some people would be attracted to the over, but when Carolina faced off against the Canadiens in February, Burns only had three shots on net. In addition to that, Burns has had two total shots on net in his last three games. So play the numbers, and take the under here.
Anthony Davis Over 28.5 Points
This bet was reviewed in today’s Best Bets article, and it makes for a great leg in any PrizePicks play today. Davis has been on a roll of late, cashing his point prop four games in a row. When Lebron is out, Davis does a great job commanding the floor, and even without the presence of LeBron, Davis has no problem finding his shots. The Lakers will try to stay hot tonight against the Grizzlies, and Davis should lead the Lakers to another victory.
Cormac Ryan Over 12.5 Points
Cormac Ryan and the Fighting Irish take on Virginia Tech today in the ACC Tournament. They will close out the first round, and the winner will play NC State tomorrow.
The senior struggled early in the season but came into his own in conference play. Notre Dame finished second to last in the ACC, so while this could be the last game he ever plays, he will give everything to try and survive one more day.
Ryan averaged 16 points over his last four games, and more importantly, he had 13+ points in 7 of his previous 12 games, including seventeen against the Hookies back in February. As long as he is playing against lower-level talent, he does solid work.