FanDuel Sportsbook Best Promo Code & Bonuses (Thursday, Feb. 27): Blazers-Pacers Odds & Prop Boost
Justin Ford-USA TODAY Sports. Pictured: Malcolm Brogdon
Today’s betting slate presents us with a four-game NBA card, a huge college basketball board and the NHL. FanDuel Sportsbook is offering some enticing promotions and odds boosts for its customers in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Indiana and West Virginia.
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Best Thursday Promo Code & Bonuses (Feb. 27): Best NBA Odds Boosts
Malcolm Brogdon to Score 20+ Points and Pacers to Win
Boosted from +280 to +330
Brogdon comes into this matchup averaging 16.3 PPG. Our models also project him to score 16.7 points tonight.
When it comes to the matchup, the Blazers, have struggled defensively this season, as they rank 27th in defensive rating.
Indy is currently 9.5-point favorites. The Pacers have been a solid 20-10 at home this season. On the flip side, the Blazers have been a dismal 10-20 on the road.
NBA Third Quarter Insurance Promo
We have a four-game NBA slate tonight featuring some fun matchups, including Kings-Thunder. Luckily for you, FanDuel has a promotion that applies to all of them.
Here’s the breakdown: If you bet an NBA moneyline and your team is winning at the end of the third quarter but ends up losing the game, you’ll get your wager refunded up to $50.
Best College Basketball Odds Boosts
Michigan, Ohio State, and Colorado All to Win
Boosted from +261 to +300
FD is offering a boosted three-team parlay with these favorites. Michigan is favored by 6.5 points at home tonight against Wisconsin, Ohio State is a 9.5-point road favorite against Nebraska, and Colorado is laying 9.5 at Cal.
Let’s start with the two largest favorites. First, Colorado plays a struggling Cal team that is only 5-9 in conference play. The Golden Bears are also a disappointing 11-16 this season. If you like the Buffaloes to just win, that takes care of the first-leg of this parlay.
Ohio State is also laying 9.5, and like Colorado, has a similar matchup against a lowly Nebraska team. The Cornhuskers are a putrid 2-12 in conference play. To top that off, they have lost 12 games in a row.
Last, comes Michigan. The Wolverines are quietly playing some of the best basketball in the nation, next to Kansas. They’ve won five in a row and are a solid 10-4 at home this season.