NBA Zig-Zag improves to 4-1 ATS; Rockets, Hawks, Lakers next?

Bettors banking on the “Zig-Zag” theory are off to a profitable start to the NBA playoffs. The practice of wagering on a team coming off a loss improved to 4-1 ATS with the Milwaukee Bucks and Golden State Warriors covering the spread Tuesday.

Milwaukee lost 98-86 to the Miami Heat but covered as a 14-point underdog in Game 2 of its Eastern Conference first-round series. Golden State stole a 131-117 win over the Denver Nuggets as an 8.5-point road pup, knotting their series at 1-1.

Zig-Zag theorist went 2-0 ATS Monday with both the Chicago Bulls and Memphis Grizzlies covering the spread after losing in the opening game of their playoff series.

The lone loss for Zig-Zaggers this postseason came in Game 2 between the Boston Celtics and New York Knicks Tuesday. The Knicks, who won Game 1, took a 2-0 series lead with an 87-71 win and covered as 6.5-point chalk.

Those looking to cash in on the Zig-Zag theory will be sizing up the Houston Rockets (+11 at Oklahoma City), Atlanta Hawks (+7.5 at Indiana) and the Los Angeles Lakers (+9 at San Antonio) Wednesday.

Last year, playing on teams coming off a loss finished 16-18-2 ATS in the first round of the NBA postseason. According to Covers Expert Marc Lawrence, betting the Zig-Zag theory has produced a 708-628-36 ATS record (52.9 percent) between 1991 and 2012.

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Posted by spilmaz88
1 year ago

even more powerful with ATS and su LOSS PER SPOerinsights, rings it uop to 8% ROI i think so ATL amd fitd both\OKC didnt cover so lookfor them to win on the road plus theyve won so many games straight and CHi look great im weary of the zig zag for LA tho at MEM unders all the way!! atl 3units smart money in atl and chi per sport insights
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Posted by BettingBorn
1 year ago

While this system might about break-even in the long run I wouldn't blindly bet it. Especially Atlanta +7.5 looks pretty dangerous to me.
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Posted by BettingBorn
1 year ago

"While this system might about break-even in the long run I wouldn't blindly bet it. Especially Atlanta +7.5 looks pretty dangerous to me."