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Super Bowl XLVII gives bettors plenty of opportunities to place hundreds of wagers on the sport's championship from a props perspective. One of the more interesting angles to take is the cross-sport standpoint, as three games take place in the NBA and four contests inside the NHL, allowing bettors the chance to have their action on two games at once.

We'll take a look at some of the cross-sport props that have an edge, starting with two from the Celtics/Clippers that tips off on Sunday afternoon from Boston.

Joe Flacco completions (+0.5) vs. Kevin Garnett points + rebounds (-0.5)

It is almost guaranteed that Garnett will find a way to combined for at least 19 points and rebounds, which he has done in 13 of the last 15 games. The average in this span is 23, which does include a 24/10 effort at Atlanta and 24/11 showing against Miami, both games that went to double-overtime. In the earlier meeting with the Clippers, Garnett put up 16 points and four rebounds in December.

In 18 games this season (not including the Week 17 loss at Cincinnati), Flacco completed 22 passes or less 14 times, while connecting on 28 or more just three times. In the three playoff games, the Ravens' quarterback completed 12, 18, and 21 passes, which tells us that Baltimore has grinded it out on the ground. However, the Niners allowed 26 completing to Aaron Rodgers in the divisional round and 30 to Matt Ryan in the conference championship. Both Rodgers and Ryan complete at least 67% of their passes (Flacco at 59.7%) and each NFC quarterback finished in the top seven of the league in completions.

Take Garnett points + rebounds.

Ravens points (-5) vs. Paul Pierce points (+5)

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Since January 14, Pierce has averaged 14.7 points per game in nine contests, while busting the 20-point mark just once. At home in this span, that number moves up to 16 ppg, but that isn't very enticing since Pierce scored just 12 points the last time the Celtics faced the Clippers.

In the playoffs, the Ravens have tallied 24, 38, and 28 points after being held to less than 20 points in five of the final seven games of the regular season. Don't be afraid if Baltimore maybe starts slow out of the gate, as the Ravens put up 14 (vs. Indianapolis), 17 (vs. Denver), and 21 (vs. New England) in the second half and overtime of the three postseason contests. The 49ers' defense isn't as stout as advertised, allowing at least 24 points in four of the last five games, including 31 or more on three occasions in this stretch.

Take Ravens points.

49ers points (+1.5) vs. LeBron James points (-1.5)

The three-time MVP battles the Raptors on Sunday afternoon in Toronto, as James is averaging 27.9 ppg in 18 contests since Christmas. Sixteen times in this stretch, James has put up at least 22 points, while busting the 30-point eight times. The last time the Heat hosted Toronto, James led the way with a triple-double, as he scored 31 points.

San Francisco scored a grand total of 85 points in four domed games this season (23 ppg), while the 49ers' defense returned a pair of turnovers for touchdowns at New Orleans. The Niners tallied 28 points or less in five of the last seven contests, including a 28-spot in the NFC title game at Atlanta after trailing 17-0.

Take James points.

Listed below are the cross-sport props involving the NBA and NHL action on Sunday.

Super Bowl XLVII Cross-Sport Props - NBA

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Clippers/Celtics--February 3, 2013) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
PAUL PIERCE (BOS) POINTS +5.0 -110
RAVENS POINTS -5.0 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE: **(Clippers/Celtics--February 3, 2013) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
BLAKE GRIFFIN (LAC) POINTS+REBOUNDS -3.0 -110
49ERS POINTS +3.0 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Clippers/Celtics--February 3, 2013) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
CLIPPERS+CELTICS POINTS +46.5 -110
COLIN KAEPERNICK (SF) GROSS PASSING YARDS -46.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Clippers/Celtics--February 3, 2013) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
KEVIN GARNETT (BOS) POINTS+REBOUNDS -0.5 -110
JOE FLACCO (BAL) COMPLETIONS +0.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Clippers/Celtics--February 3, 2013) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
CLIPPERS+CELTICS 1ST QUARTER POINTS PK -110
RAVENS+49ERS POINTS PK -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Lakers/Pistons--February 3, 2013) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
KOBE BRYANT (LAL) POINTS -4.0 -110
49ERS POINTS +4.0 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Lakers/Pistons--February 3, 2013) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
KOBE BRYANT (LAL) 3 POINT FIELD GOALS MADE -0.5 -145
JOE FLACCO (BAL) TOUCHDOWN PASSES +0.5 +125

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Lakers/Pistons--February 3, 2013) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
PAU GASOL (LAL) POINTS+REBOUNDS +0.5 -110
RAVENS POINTS -0.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Lakers/Pistons--February 3, 2013) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
STEVE NASH (LAL) POINTS -3.5 -110
RAVENS+49ERS 1ST QUARTER POINTS +3.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Lakers/Pistons--February 3, 2013) Prop closes at 10:00 am Pacific
STEVE NASH (LAL) ASSISTS +3.5 -110
DISTANCE OF FIRST TD PASS OF SB XLVII -3.5 -110
**(If No TD Pass--All bets are refunded)

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Heat/Raptors--February 3, 2013) Prop closes at 11:00 am Pacific
LEBRON JAMES (MIA) POINTS -1.5 -110
49ERS POINTS +1.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Heat/Raptors--February 3, 2013) Prop closes at 11:00 am Pacific
LEBRON JAMES (MIA) POINTS+REBOUNDS+ASSISTS +5.5 -110
RAVENS+49ERS POINTS -5.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Heat/Raptors--February 3, 2013) Prop closes at 11:00 am Pacific
CHRIS BOSH (MIA) POINTS -0.5 -110
LARGEST LEAD BY: RAVENS OR 49ERS +0.5 -110

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Heat/Raptors--February 3, 2013) Prop closes at 11:00 am Pacific
DWYANE WADE (MIA) POINTS -4.0 -110
COLIN KAEPERNICK (SF) COMPLETIONS +4.0 -110

Super Bowl XLVII Cross-Sport Props - NHL

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Penguins/Capitals--February 3, 2013) Prop closes at 9:30 am Pacific
PENGUINS+CAPITALS GOALS -1.0 -110
ANQUAN BOLDIN (BAL) RECEPTIONS +1.0 -110
**In case of shootout only 1 goal is added to game total

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Penguins/Capitals--February 3, 2013) Prop closes at 9:30 am Pacific
SIDNEY CROSBY (PIT) POINTS PK -110
COLIN KAEPERNICK (SF) TOUCHDOWN PASSES PK -110
**Crosby Points(Goals+Assists)--Shootout Goals excluded

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Penguins/Capitals--February 3, 2013) Prop closes at 9:30 am Pacific
ALEXANDER OVECHKIN (WAS) POINTS -0.5 +110
RAVENS RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS +0.5 -130
**Ovechkin Points(Goals+Assists)--Shootout Goals excluded

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Senators/Canadiens--February 3, 2013) Prop closes at 11:00 am Pacific
SENATORS+CANADIENS GOALS -1.0 -130
DENNIS PITTA (BAL) RECEPTIONS +1.0 +110
**In case of shootout only 1 goal is added to game total

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Senators/Canadiens--February 3, 2013) Prop closes at 11:00 am Pacific
SENATORS+CANADIENS 1ST PERIOD GOALS PK +115
JOE FLACCO (BAL) TOUCHDOWN PASSES PK -135

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Panthers/Sabres--February 3, 2013) Prop closes at 12:00 pm Pacific
PANTHERS+SABRES GOALS PK -110
LAMICHAEL JAMES (SF) RUSHING ATTEMPTS PK -110
**In case of shootout only 1 goal is added to game total

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Panthers/Sabres--February 3, 2013) Prop closes at 12:00 pm Pacific
SABRES GOALS +0.5 -140
BAL+SF FIELD GOALS MADE -0.5 +120
**In case of shootout only 1 goal is added to game total

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Devils/Islanders--February 3, 2013) Prop closes at 12:00 pm Pacific
DEVILS+ISLANDERS GOALS PK -110
49ERS 1ST QUARTER POINTS PK -110
**In case of shootout only 1 goal is added to game total

WHO WILL HAVE MORE:
**(Devils/Islanders--February 3, 2013) Prop closes at 12:00 pm Pacific
JOHN TAVARES (NYI) POINTS PK EVEN
TOTAL SCORES IN FINAL 2 MINUTES OF 1ST HALF PK -120

**Tavares Points(Goals+Assists)--Shootout Goals excluded
**Any scores that occur with exactly 2 minutes remaining in
First half (Excludes extra points and two point conversions)

  
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