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There's a reason why Ben Burns is consistently the most popular handicapper on the Internet.
He wins & he wins BIG.
Enjoying ANOTHER superb year, Burns' long-term profit mark has eclipsed the $106K mark.
He's a SICK 12-2 on the week, winning each day. That includes a 100% mark w/ top plays.
Bowls are hitting 80% YTD (4-0 L4) & he's 15-3 his L18 NBA.
Nothing says you’re among the NBA’s elite franchises like a spot on the Dec. 25 schedule. The Thunder have been a part of the Christmas Day festivities for some time now and 2014 is no exception.
Oklahoma City scored an upset in yesterday's showdown with reigning NBA champion San Antonio, making a massive statement about its place in the West. If there's ever a spot for a letdown, this could well be it. The Thunder don’t get much of a break over the holiday, leaving San Antonio on Christmas Day Eve to host the Charlotte Hornets Dec. 26. Oklahoma City won’t have much time to recover from yesterday's big win with the Spurs or focus on Charlotte, with Christmas chewing up most of the players’ down time. The Hornets are playing some solid ball before the break with four straight wins (SU and ATS) and they've had plenty of time off. Charlotte has found its form offensively, scoring an average of more than 107 points per game in its last four – an 11-point increase on its season scoring average.
While it wouldn't be the same as a Christmas Day win over the Spurs on ABC, the Hornets would love to make a statement of their own, showing the "NBA TV" audience that they're for real. Consider taking the points.
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