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Merry Betmas

Written by fademecasually

December 23, 2020

With holiday work vacations coming into full swing, what else is there to do but sit down, grab some liquor, and put together a Betmas day parlay slammer! Obviously, we don’t want to interrupt our morning of watching the kids get their coal, so we’re going to leave some time for everyone to wake up early, complete their holiday traditions, and take their Betmas day nap.

Leg 1: Vikings

You may notice when you wake up from your much-needed slumber, the faint sounds of NFL football being played. The Vikings are scheduled to take on the Saints at 4:30 and boy is my mouth watering for this one. The Vikings are having a pretty rough season only managing to scrape together six wins so far. On the other hand, the Saints have been very successful despite many injuries. They are coming into this game with ten wins and will look to continue their dominance in the NFC. Now, I am predicting a Betmas miracle in this game and will be taking the Vikings to win outright. With no Michael Thomas and a two-game losing streak I believe it is the perfect time for Skol Nation to pull an upset.

Leg 2: The Nets

Photo by Ajayi Brown via Nets Daily

For the second leg of our parlay we are moving to the NBA. Yes, that’s right the NBA is back! In this game we have the Boston Celtics taking on the new and improved Brooklyn Nets. Now, I don’t know about you but the Nets looked dangerous against the Warriors opening night. Granted, the Warriors are still pretty injured with Draymond and Klay still out. But I still believe the Nets are going to be a great team this year. With Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving leading a group of very talented rotational players, I believe they can stand toe to toe with any team in the league (minus the Lakers). That is why I will be taking the Nets ML as the second leg of this parlay.

Leg 3: The Lakers

Photo by Willbi/animal photography via Britannica

Speaking of the Lakers, the defending NBA Champions will be taking on the Dallas Mavericks in the 8pm slot. With the GOAT King Lebron James leading the way it’s hard to fade the Lake-show. Not to mention they have actually made their roster stronger in the offseason with the notable additions of sixth man of the year Montrez Harrell, and point guard Dennis Schroder. As for the Mavs, they will be missing Kristaps Porzingis who is always a pleasure to watch. So it looks like Luka Doncic will have to take down the Lakers by himself this week which I just don’t see happening. That’s why I think the Lakers ML is the lock of the Betmas season. As always, good luck and Fade Me Casually!

Cover img via Kotaku


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