The next two Super Bowl teams will be determined this weekend. While sports fans and bettors across the country wait for the conference championship games, they’ll have a few NBA matchups on Friday to help fill their time. Ohio residents looking to wager on the contests this weekend can claim $200 in bet credits with our FanDuel Ohio promo code.
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All who sign up with the promo code and place a $5 wager will receive $200 in bet credits instantly to use on one of the best sportsbooks on the market. The bet credits are yours regardless of if your wager wins or not, so the $200 is guaranteed. With Super Bowl appearances available for the winners of Sunday’s NFL games and playoff positioning up for grabs in the NBA, there is a lot on the line this weekend, so don’t miss out.
How to Claim the FanDuel Ohio Promo Code
FanDuel Ohio Sportsbook has one of the least complicated processes to claim promo code offers of all sportsbooks. The steps below are all you must do to secure your $200 and wager on the big games. Be sure to look over the game previews further below to help with wager decisions for contests this weekend.
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NBA Friday Betting Preview
With just a little more than 30 games left in the regular season, teams are running out of runway to secure their playoff position. Three games separate five through 13 in the Western Conference and six and a half games separate five through 12 in the Eastern Conference. Most games remaining will impact playoff seeding, including a few of the matchups scheduled for this Friday.
Memphis Grizzlies vs. Minnesota Timberwolves
The Timberwolves currently sit ninth in the west, and a game and a half out of the 13th seed. Every game is critical for them going forward, and although they are expected to be underdogs in this matchup, Anthony Edwards has been the most consistent player on either team as of late. The Timberwolves won the first matchup between the two earlier this season, and as of Tuesday, the Grizzlies are on a three-game losing streak.
Ja Morant has been hobbled with injuries and hasn’t been getting much help from his teammates — two of the primary reasons for the skid. Another big area of concern and potential benefit for sports bettors is the Grizzlies’ current defensive collapse. They have allowed more than 120 points in two of their last three. Given their struggles, consider taking Edwards on the Over for his point total. The young star is finding his rhythm at a time the Grizzlies are losing theirs.
Milwaukee Bucks vs. Indiana Pacers
Giannis Antetokounmpo recently made his return after missing the previous five games due to injury. In his absence, one of the Bucks’ two wins came against the Pacers. Since then, the Pacers have gone on to lose three of their last four games and are struggling to keep pace with opponents. They are shooting 41% from the field in their three losses.
Given the Pacers’ struggles and Antetokounmpo’s return, consider taking the Bucks to cover the spread. The Bucks scored 150 points in his return, and as of now, there seems to be no way for the Pacers to match that kind of offensive production.
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NFL Playoff Betting Preview
Sports fans across the country will be tuned in on Sunday to see who will make it to Super Bowl 57. With so much on the line, wagering on the contests is sure to be exciting.
San Francisco 49ers vs. Philadelphia Eagles
- Point spread: Philadelphia -2.5
- Moneylines: Philadelphia -148 | San Francisco +126
- Total: Over 46.5 points (-110) | Under 46.5 points (-110)
Brock Purdy and the 49ers will travel to Philadelphia to take on Jalen Hurts and the Eagles. The Eagles are 2.5-point favorites as Purdy aims to become the first rookie QB to make it to the Super Bowl. Both defenses are elite, especially at stopping the run, which means there is a good chance the game will come down to who makes the passing plays when needed.
Although a rookie, it was Purdy who made the big plays against the Dallas Cowboys last weekend. Jalen Hurts is a more dynamic QB than Dak Prescott and isn’t nearly as prone to turnovers. However, Hurts recently returned from injury and didn’t necessarily light it up through the air last weekend.
If you’re looking for a wager opportunity, figuring out who will be victorious is more challenging than believing in what both defenses have shown you so far. With that said, consider taking the Under on the point total in this one. This total seems extensive this late in the season for two teams with defenses this elite.
Cincinnati Bengals vs. Kansas City Chiefs
- Point spread: Cincinnati -1
- Moneylines: Cincinnati -112 | Kansas City -104
- Total: Over 47.5 points (-110) | Under 47.5 points (-110)
The biggest news heading into this matchup is whether or not Patrick Mahomes will be able to play. What can be considered nearly a guarantee at this point is that if he does, he won’t be the caliber QB he is known to be.
Given the Bengals’ success against the Chiefs the last couple of years and Mahomes’ questionable health, you have to like the Bengals’ odds to cover the spread. As underdogs, the Bengals went into Buffalo and defeated the Bills easily and the Bills have a far better defense than the Bengals will see against the Chiefs. Consider wagering on a Bengals’ alternate spread for a more valuable payout in this showdown.
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