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26755 Quinnipiac wins MAAC Champ +465* vs Field wins MAAC Championship

27253 Furman wins SoCon Champ +335* vs Field wins SoCon Championship

27257 UNC Greensboro wins SoCon Champ +600* vs Field wins SoCon Championship

27403 Nebraska Omaha wins Summit League Champ +700* vs Field wins Summit League Championship
27153 Bucknell wins Patriot League Champ +350* vs Field wins Patriot League Championship

27155 Lehigh wins Patriot League Champ +350* vs Field wins Patriot League Championship

26901 Loyola-Chicago wins MVC Champ +240* vs Field wins MVC Championship

26913 Illinois State wins MVC Champ +1100* vs Field wins MVC Championship

26753 Rider wins MAAC Champ +300* vs Field wins MAAC Championship

26203 Liberty wins Atlantic Sun Champ +260* vs Field wins Atlantic Sun Championship

27009 LIU Brooklyn wins Northeast Champ +1250* vs Field wins Northeast Championship

26653 Wright State wins Horizon League Champ +220* vs Field wins Horizon League Champion

26403 Campbell wins Big South Champ +210* vs Field wins Big Sky Championship

26405 Winthrop wins Big South Champ +650* vs Field wins Big Sky Championship

26203 Liberty wins Atlantic Sun Champ +190* vs Field wins Atlantic Sun Championship

26205 North Florida wins Atlantic Sun Champ +1650*

Reach Final 4 - Kansas +140
Reach Final 4 - Gonzaga +180
Reach Final 4 - Virginia +650
Reach Final 4 - Tennessee +1100
Reach Final 4 - Kansas State +2000
College Player of the Year - Zion Willamson -160

Central Division - Indiana Pacers +132
Western Conference - Houston Rockets +675
Eastern Conference - Boston Celtics -113
Eastern Conference - Philadelphia 76ers +380
Northwest Division - Denver Nuggets +200
Win NBA Championship - Warriors -160

NBA Most Valuable Player - Anthony Davis +400
NBA Most Valuable Player - Giannis Antetokounmpo +475

Win 2019 Heisman Trophy - Jalen Hurts +650
Win 2019 Heisman Trophy - Tua Tagovailoa +500
Win 2019 Heisman Trophy - Trevor Lawrence +350

Friday, November 8, 2013

Today's Line - Make No Mistakes

Magic Number to 55% - 14
Magic Number to 60% - 305

Cash Balance - $3.20
Bonus Balance - $9.88

Last Week1722043.6%-$11.95
Last Month8876153.7%-$7.91
Last 90 Days112106151.4%-$22.59
Last Year4494141552.0%-$37.07

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Hello sports fans yesterday was a god day and today is even better. Not only did we go 5-1 but College Basketball kicks off today! Lots of value is what I like to say when it comes to CBB.

I made four mistakes last night. One I forgot to add my picks to the Handicappers Watchdog, which is unfortunate on a 5-1 night! Secondly I lacked the courage to bet on Baylor, Stanford, and the Skins/Vikings over. Instead, and this is my third mistake I took someone else s advice (I swear this is the last time) and took Houston. What a sorry showing Howard turned in against his former team. This guy will never win a championship if he continues to shrink from big moments. Finally I accidentally bet the Houston game with my cash bankroll and not my bonus bankroll. As a result I ended up losing .05 even though I went 5-1.

Moving on...

As I said CBB starts today and it is my favorite thing to bet on. I see more value in CBB on a daily basis then I do any other sport. So without further adieu...


Maryland @ Connecticut (-227): The Huskies are a top 25 team playing at home against the Terps that missed the tourney last year and is focused on getting back. Uconn is small up front and will give up some size to Maryland but not enough in my opinion to make a difference. The guard play will be the difference in this game and the Huskies are far superior at guard than the Terps. Everyone is taking the points on this one and it very well may cover but I like the huskies to win SU.

St Johns @ Wisconsin (-5): This spread has moved a full point in the last hour. I guess everyone is thinking what I'm thinking. The Badgers just might be the best team no one is talking about. With the return of their top point guard and a commitment to defense Wisconsin could challenge for the Big-10 title. St. johns on the other hand is talented but small in the front court. Look for the Badgers to play a half-court game with smothering defense.

Texas St @ Houston (-5): Houston returns two of their big men that will be the 2014-14 version of the twin towers. In short they can score down low. this will help them start their season off right against a Texas St team that finished 285th last season in adjusted defense efficiency. Are you starting to see the value presented by CBB?

Texas-Arlington @ Boise St (-18): Texas-Arlington lost three starters including their big that averaged a little over 8 rebounds a game. They will also have trouble scoring losing four of there offensive threats to graduation. This does not bode will playing the Broncos who have the top rebounder in Ryan Watkins. Boise returns just about everyone and will make some noise in the MWC. This is a tune up game at home and they should cover the 18 easily.

Cal Poly SLO Mustangs @ Arizona (-16.5): The Cats are Final Four team loaded with talent welcoming a cupcake to their gym. Do not be afraid of laying 17 points here.


Devils @ Maple Leafs (-182): New Jersey (-13 Point-Differential) is coming off a back to back while the Leafs (+12 PD) are well rested at home.

Flames @ Avs (-259): Flames coming off a back to back traveling to a pissed off Avs team. Flames might keep it close running of adrenaline but won't be able to keep it up for three periods. The Avs get a late goal to seal it.

Sabres @ Ducks (-313): Once again a team is coming off a back to back against a well rested better team at home. Ducks win easy.


2 team teaser:

Raptors @ Pacers -4
Under 192.5

Pacers are looking like the best team in the NBA right now playing efficient offense and lock down defense. Look for more of the same as the welcome a Toronto team that only averages 94 points a game and plays pretty good defense allowing 95 points a game.

Keep An Eye On:

The Lowest Under: ATS: (4-2)

No play last night. Tonight we have the Jazz @ Bulls at 186. I'm going to lay off this one because I think the Raptors/Pacers one has a better chance at 187.5 and that's why I teased it.

Fading Houston: ATS: (3-2-1)

Got on the wrong side of this one last night.

Shading New Orleans: ATS (2-3)

They are -9.5 (moved from opening at -8) at home to the Lakers who just came off a win last night against Houston. It seems this line is inflated a bit and surprised the public hasn't jumped all over the Lakers after last nights win. I guess they think they will come out flat on a back to back. I say the Lakers cover.

Shading Detroit: ATS (3-1)

They welcome the Thunder and getting 3 points at home. I don't like this bet at all.

Good Luck Everyone!

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