Super Bowl 57 Chiefs vs. Eagles Cross-Sport Props Against Grizzlies vs. Celtics

Check out a few cross-sport bets you can make on Super Bowl 57, along with Sunday's NBA showdown between Memphis and Boston.


Super Bowl 57 doesn’t have Sunday to itself among the major American professional sports leagues, although both the NHL and NBA (and NCAA basketball) are smart enough to make sure all of their games are finished by the 6:30 p.m. ET kickoff between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles (who are still a -1.5 point favorite according to Super Bowl odds) from State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

There are a handful of cross-sport props at sports betting sites – which total is greater? – for Super Bowl 57 and the marquee NBA game on Sunday: Memphis Grizzlies at Boston Celtics. Note that a few books as of this writing have a couple of cross-sport props on Celtics’ All-Star Jaylen Brown, but those will be taken down because he suffered a facial fracture on Wednesday against the Philadelphia 76ers and reportedly will not play again until after the All-Star break.

Morant vs. Tatum Showdown

Grizzlies’ superstar point guard Ja Morant is healthy and should suit up Sunday for the potential NBA Finals preview in Boston. Morant’s NBA betting point total is -175 for that game against total pass completions by Chiefs quarterback and 2022 NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes at +145.

Morant is averaging 27.4 points per game with a high this season of 49 – his career-high of 52 points came last season — and a low of six. When Memphis hosted Boston on Nov. 7 in a 109-106 loss, he had 30 points. Mahomes averaged 25.6 completions per game during the regular season and 25.5 in the two playoff games. He will be facing the NFL’s No. 1 pass defense in the Eagles.

The number of receptions by Chiefs All-Pro tight end Travis Kelce is +185 against total Morant assists at -235. Kelce had a career-high 110 catches during the regular season, an average of 6.5 per game, and has 21 in two playoff games (10.5). Morant averages 8.3 assists per game and had nine in the first game against Boston. Morant’s total points + rebounds + assists is +380 against total points in the Super Bowl at -500. The total for the Super Bowl is currently 51, while Morant’s average combined total per game is 41.5.

With Brown out for Boston, that will mean a bigger offensive load for fellow Celtics All-Star Jayson Tatum on Sunday. His points + rebounds + assists total is +195 against total Super Bowl points (-240). Tatum averages 30.9 points, 8.7 rebounds and 4.5 assists and had 39 points, three rebounds and two assists in the first meeting with Memphis.

Tatum’s total assists are -130 against number of receptions for Eagles tight end Dallas Goedert (+100). Goedert averaged 4.6 catches in the regular season with a high of eight. He has had five catches each in both playoff games.

Joseph Ellison

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