PrizePicks Flex Play of the Day – 5/29/23

The NBA Eastern Conference Finals are ending today, and the NHL Western Conference Finals should reach it’s close as well. So after today, PrizePicks players will see a lot of tennis and baseball picks from me, but lets get one more win today.

Jason Robertson Under 3.5 Shots on Goal

The Dallas Stars’ season comes to a bitter end tonight. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

The Dallas Stars are at home tonight, facing elimination. While Robertson has been a disappointment most of these playoffs, he has come alive with the Stars’ season on the line. He has three goals over his last two games, and in Game 4, he put eleven shots on the net.

While that stat may make PrizePicks players question this play, they should know it was the first time he put more than three shots on the net since the first round. So while he is liable to net one today, he’ll do it on three attempts or less.

Jimmy Butler Over 28.5 Points

Jimmy Butler has failed to hit his point prop two games in a row. Mandatory Credit: Brian Fluharty-USA TODAY Sports

Since you can’t bet on the Heat to win on PrizePicks, this is the next best thing, and if you think it’s the Celtics tonight, plug in Tatum instead.

This Miami squad is too good to become the first team to blow a 3-0 series lead, and while the odds aren’t in their favor playing this Game 7 in Boston, they took Games 1 & 2 here, so they are more than capable.

This play has burned the Flex Play once or twice before, but I love it tonight.

Michael Soroka + Paul Blackburn Over 0.5 1st Inning Runs Allowed

Mike Soroka is making his first major league start in three years. Mandatory Credit: Mike Watters-USA TODAY Sports

These two gentlemen are making their first start of the 2023 season.

Soroka hasn’t made a start since 2020. A series of injuries has kept Soroka from the major league level, but prior to going down, many thought he could be the best Atlanta pitcher since John Smoltz. Today we’ll see if he has returned to that form.

As for Paul Blackburn, expectations are not as high for him. He has been in the league for six years, and since his rookie year, he hasn’t posted an ERA lower than 4.28. So with both starters taking their first step in the 2023 season, at least one of them is bound to be banged up in the first inning. This is a super easy play.

 

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