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Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Today's Line - Dam it Feels Good to be a Gangsta

Okay so not a gangsta but it does feel good to get back to 60%. Went 9-5 last night and if I had just stayed away from those big spreads in CBB my record would have been better. I've noticed that some of the higher ranked teams are struggling with covering big spreads. Maybe it's time to stay away from these big spreads until we hit conference play.

Records are updated on the left and below:

Yesterday95064.3%
Last Week4637155.4%
Last Month128110453.8%
Last 90 Days211190552.6%
Last Year5154711752.2%
Lifetime137211395554.6%


CBB:

Only two picks tonight.

Evansville Aces @ Indiana (-13.5): For those of you that don't know Evansville is in Southern Indiana about 2 hours or so from Bloomington. The Aces are the little brother of the Hoosiers and this game will mirror this analogy. Indiana is just too talented, too big, and the atmosphere at Assembly Hall will be too much for the Aces. Hoosiers show little brother who's boss.

Baylor (-3) @ Dayton: The thinking here is that Dayton blew their load beating Gonzaga last night and Baylor will take advantage. News flash Dayton isn't that good...and they beat a Gonzaga team that is average compared to Bulldog teams of the past. Baylor can and will score on Dayton.


NBA:

Got a few more kinks worked out of the system and I'm putting it out on the street again.

Nets @ Raptors (-287): Raptors have more options for scoring and play a much more efficient type of basketball. Jason Kidd and the Nets are lost and until D-Will gets healthy we all should fade them.

Lakers (+4.5) @ Wizards: This spread makes no sense to me. The Wizards are without their top scorer Bradly Beal and are missing some other key players. The Lakers however are playing at a much higher PACE and effective field goal percentage than the Wizards. Not sure why they are getting points but hey I'll take them!

Lakers @ Wizards OVER (197.5): Both teams average about 100 possessions per game while averaging just under 100 points a game in points scored and allowed. Look for both teams to score in triple digits.

Magic (+7.5) @ Hawks: The difference in this game will be 3 pointers. The Magic are shooting over 40% from the 3 point line while attempting 24 shots to Atlanta's 19 attempts per game while shooting under 30%. If Orlando can stay within these numbers then they will be able to keep it close and cover.

Good Luck All! 
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