Yankees future market, Bucks-Suns series tied

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On the latest episode of Bet the Edge, Sara Perlman and Drew Dinsick recap Game 4 in the NBA Finals as the Bucks edged out a win to tie the series at two games a piece. Drew explains why Giannis Antetokounmpo (+120) to win MVP is a way to attack the NBA Finals even if the Bucks don't win the series.

NBC Sports EDGE's Kenny Ducey joins the show to analyze the current MLB futures markets after the All-Star break. He explains why now is the time to buy low on the Yankees (+135) to make the playoffs and win the World Series (+2500). The Brewers have the pitching rotation to keep up with the league's best offenses, which is why Kenny is backing them to win the NL pennant (+550) and hopes their offense starts to heat up in the second half.

Former cyclist Christian Vande Velde stops by to break down the current state of the Tour de France. He explains why this year's race has been unlike others in the past and if Mark Cavendish can bring home his first green jersey since 2011.

Sara and Drew wrap up today's episode with their Edge of the Day plays. Drew is going back to the Hall of Fame Open where he sees an edge in the total sets (2.5) between Jack Sock and Kevin Anderson and is taking the over. After a disappointing first half, Sara expects the Yankees (-125) to get their first win over the Red Sox this season.

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