FanDuel Virginia Promotions
FanDuel Virginia is holding an offer for first-time users of a one-time, risk-free bet of up to $1000. It is easy to claim the offer; all you need to do is sign-up, verify your identity, make your first deposit, and then place a bet. Once the bet is placed, if it wins, you keep it, and if it loses, you get that money back in site credit.
FanDuel Virginia Parlay Insurance
One of the promotions that FanDuel is running for existing users is an NBA risk-free, same game parlay. If you place a 3+ leg parlay on the same game of any NBA playoff game, then you can get up to $10 back if you lose.
There are a few important notes: the first note is that each leg has to have odds greater than or equal to -200, and the same game parlay must have odds of +400 or longer. Each person is only eligible for one of these promotion bonuses, so make sure you only place one with the expectations of getting up to $10 back on a loss. This particular “eligible week” is good from Saturday, June 5, 2021, up until this Friday, June 11, 2021, and any refunds will be issued within 72 hours from the settlement of the bet.
Also, make sure to click the “opt-in” button through the FanDuel site and then place your bet because otherwise, the sportsbook will not acknowledge any bets you place as part of its promotion.
Player Performance Double Bet
A great FanDuel bet that I found is a player performance double for Blake Griffin to get at least eight rebounds and the Brooklyn Nets to win the game. The line is currently at +350 for that bet. The showdown between these two Eastern Conference heavyweights is tomorrow night, Thursday, June 10, 2021, at 7:30 PM ET.
Griffin has been highly effective for the Nets in this series. He has secured at least eight rebounds in each of the last two games against the Bucks and has been getting more minutes in this series than he has in any game in the previous month. Brooklyn tends to play a bit more small ball because it doesn’t have many other bigs, and because of the matchup against Milwaukee, Griffin is getting right around 30 minutes per game on average. This will continue, and since he will be one of the primary rebounders in the game, eight should be a very achievable number.
Meanwhile, the Bucks rolled over in Brooklyn against the Nets, and it’s tough to anticipate any different outcome occurring just because of a change of scenery. There’s an enormous amount of pressure on the Bucks, and even though I don’t think they will come out flat, I can see them going on a cold streak in the late third quarter or even early fourth quarter and squandering an opportunity because of it. The Nets have skated through the first two games, and it hasn’t even been competitive. Perhaps we can expect a closer game, but the Bucks have their hands full. In my opinion, the Nets are undervalued in Milwaukee.