PrizePicks Flex Play of the Day – 6/2/23 (French Open, MLB, and NHL)

Carlos Alcaraz Over 29.5 Total Games

Carlos Alcaraz second round matchup had 31 games. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

For those that don’t follow tennis, Carlos Alcaraz is the favorite to win the French Open. The first few rounds of the tournament usually are lay-down matches for the top dog, but Alcaraz’s second-round battle went four sets when he should have won in three.

29.5 is an incredibly low number — men’s matches are a minimum of 18 games — so if Shapovalov can win one set or at least take Alcaraz to a tiebreak, this should be an easy cash.

Corbin Burnes Over 6.5 Strikeouts

Corbin Burnes is averaging almost a K an inning this season Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

This is a gimme. Burnes had 7+ Ks in three of his last four starts, and the Reds strike out more than almost any other team in the league. Burns also had 8+ strikeouts in four of his previous five starts against Cincinnati. Plenty more stats could tell you how strong of a play this is, but the long story short of it, Burnes is heating up, and bettors should jump aboard before his props skyrocket.

Sergei Bobrovsky Under 29.5 Saves

Sergei Bobrovsky has a saved 95% of the shots on net, over his last ten games. Mandatory Credit: Dan Hamilton-USA TODAY Sports

Bobrovsky has been a stonewall in these playoffs, and he will carry his team right to a championship.

It’s not due to a lack of skill that I’m taking this play; Bob simply won’t have enough opportunities to hit this number. The Golden Knights don’t put that many shots on goal. Even in their overtime bouts with the Stars, they barely eclipsed thirty shots on net. So as long as this game only goes three periods, it’s an extremely safe play.


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