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Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Today's Line - Streakin

Yes sir another day another 60% or better. Went 5-2 last night and I should have my head examined for taking the Celtics. 

No matter, that's what we're here for; to learn from our mistakes and to relearn the lessons one of which is to not to bet on crappy teams. 

With that said I have 5 plays for tonight and none of them include crappy teams.

Records have been updated so lets get 60!


Yesterday52071.4%
Last Week3415269.4%
Last Month152119556.1%
Last 90 Days282226855.5%
Last Year5354801752.7%
Lifetime144611855855.0%


CBB:

North Dakota State @ Notre Dame (-329): The Irish are playing better as of late taking care of business at home since their home wining streak was snapped in early November. Again Notre Dame is ready for prime time which we saw in their loss to Iowa but against a cupcake at home the Irish have learned not to take any team lightly and will be focused to get the win at home.


NBA:

Pistons @ Pelicans (-2.5): The Pelicans are 1-2 since losing Davis but they have had enough time to adjust and as I said before there isn't that much drop off in scoring with Ryan Anderson starting in Davis' place. His ability to stretch the defense will allow Eric Gordon and Jrue Holiday to operate in the open court. The Pistons won't have as many opportunities to score and they are just 63% from the charity stripe in their last ten games. This will be the difference in the game. Pelicans win a close one at home.

Thunder (-5.5) @ Grizzles: The Griz are terrible at home going 3-9 ATS and 0-4 as the home dog. The Thunder are just way too talented for Memphis right now. Perkins and Ibaka should have their way down low and that will only open up things for Durant and Westbrook.

Thunder @ Grizzles OVER (190.5) We know the Thunder can score averaging 104 points a game But they are also allowing 98 PPG. The Griz are allowing 96. You do the math.

Mavs @ Warriors (-224): The Warriors come home to a familiar court which should allow them to shoot better than 29% which they did at Charlotte. Look for the Splash Brothers to get back on track and get the win in front of the home crowd.

Good Luck All!

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Documented Results as of May 11, 2015