Guys & Bets (Episode 64): Tuesday’s Picks for NBA Playoffs, Stanley Cup Playoffs, MLB and Champions League!

After a less than stellar day (unless you faded) across the NBA and NHL playoffs, but a perfect 2-0 day with MLB picks, Kris Abbott and Andrew Avery return to break down Tuesday’s board and hopefully get those bankrolls back up.

Ninja breaks down Game 2 between the San Antonio Spurs and Denver Nuggets and while he kind of likes the Spurs to cover again, he’s got his eyes set on the total in this one after OVERs came back in a major way on Monday.

Kris digs into Game 2 between the Orlando Magic and Toronto Raptors after the dogs took Game 1 north of the border. The Raps are double-digit chalk here, so tune in to find out if Kris thinks that’s too many points, or not enough.

Over in the NHL, a couple of series can be finished off with brooms tonight and Ninja starts it off with the Pittsburgh Penguins hosting the New York Islanders. Robin Lehner and Jordan Eberle have stolen the show so far while Sidney Crosby has been anonymous. Is it a bit of role reversal tonight?

The Columbus Blue Jackets can eliminate the best team in the NHL, the Tampa Bay Lightning, with a win on home ice in Game 4. John Tortorella has put on a coaching master class as the Jackets have outplayed the Bolts in basically every facet of the game. Kris breaks down why that will – or won’t – happen tonight.

After hitting his MLB bet on the Monday show, Ninja forgoes MLB to take a look at the second-leg Champions League match between Juventus and Ajax back in Turin, Italy. If you’ve got Cristiano Ronaldo, you’re already in the driver’s seat, but Ajax has played some of the best football in Europe. This game is Ninja’s favorite bet of the day.

Kris goes back to the diamond after hitting his MLB totals wager yesterday and dips right back into totals markets as the New York Yankees host Chris Sale and the Boston Red Sox in baseball’s biggest rivalry.

The user poll didn’t fare so well yesterday as the Brooklyn Nets lost to the Philadelphia 76ers, so we’re right back in for Game 2 between the Oklahoma City Thunder and Portland Trail Blazers. Tune in to find out which side the public is on!