Super Bowl prop bet: Cross-sport props round out odds board for Sunday’s matchup

The Philadelphia Eagles have averaged 28.3 points per game over their 15-3 straight up and 12-6 against the spread run to the Super Bowl this season. The team’s point total on Super Bowl Sunday will be put to the test in a series of cross-sport Super Bowl prop bets.

Brady is also a -200 favorite on the Super Bowl 52 props to have more touchdown passes than the Palmeiras vs. Santos match has total goals (+150) and Foles is going off at -110 to have more touchdown passes than Joel Embiid has blocks (-130).

Russell Westbrook is a -140 favorite to have his number of total points, rebounds, and assists against the Los Angeles Lakers be higher than the number of yards of the longest touchdown scored in the Super Bowl at +100.

The number of total sacks in Super Bowl LII (+135) will square off against the total number of goals in the Vegas Golden Knights vs. San Jose Sharks hockey game (-175) and the total points scored by the winning team (-120) will go up against the total number of medals won by the USA Winter Olympic Team this year at -200. The U.S. has averaged 31 medals over its last four appearances in the Winter Olympics.

The 11th-year pro had 10 points by the end of the opening quarter and the Pacers led by 17 by halftime. They were ahead 83-66 entering the final quarter.

“I just wanted to be the engine for the guys,” Young said. “It wasn’t so much looking for the offensive (success), it just kind of happened.”

The Pacers (34-25) won their fourth in a row and improved to 15-6 since Jan. 6, the league’s best winning percentage (.714) in that span.

“There’s a lot more season left and we’ve got to go out there and compete at a high level,” said Pacers guard Victor Oladipo. “I thought we did a good job of that today for 48 minutes.”

The Hawks (18-42), who have the NBA’s worst record, are 5-25 on the road and have dropped three in a row overall.

“We just wanted to go out there and compete,” Hawks guard Kent Bazemore said. “We didn’t do that.”

Young shot 7 of 13 and made a pair of 3-pointers in the first half. It’s just the sixth time he’s scored 20 points this season, the previous occasion a home win against Orlando on Jan. 27.bears_033-223x223

Post a Comment

Your email is kept private. Required fields are marked *