Posted: 11/20/2012 12:24:29 AM
Memphis got us (and i guess the whole forum) but I still think they're the right side. This 3 plays max a day is really neat. Let's keep it rollin'. Anyway, a lot have always been asking for my YTD. I really don't get it. It really defeats the purpose of finding info in the forum. I still do keep tab of how playing 3-plays max a day that's why I find it really profitable hitting a 64% clip. At the moment it stands at 34-19-2. Anyway, here is for Tuesday:
Toronto Raptors +5.0
Like last night's bucks-cats game, this one's pretty similar. If there's one team the Raptors can beat (at the moment) even on the road, that's the 76ers. Starters pretty much cancels each other out with a slight edge to the road team for having a second unit who can be productive. Just about every other stats are even as well. Don't bother with the ML, I think this one go down the line where the 5-points is a gift.
New Orleans Hornets +6.0
I think if you wait you can get 7. Hornets are an underrated team who can cover average spread such as this one. A lot should expect the Knicks to bounce back, as I do, but the Hornet have the personel to keep up with the Knicks. They are pretty good defending the paint and the perimeter. I think the Knicks are slowly settling down and their high averages will come back down to earth. I get this feeling that they won't be able to keep up the hot streak they started but stay somewhere in there where they are able to win games. I hope I'm getting what I mean across. You could also say that the Knicks are going to losen up a bit as they look ahead the better competition the next day in Dallas. Again, I see the Hornets keep up with the Knicks enough for a cover.
Los Angeles Lakers -6.5
Coach Mike's (possible) debut game. Don't be fooled by the Nets' 6-2 record. They had a lighter opening schedule. It did built them good momentum with a 5-game streak. Player roles should've been defined by now and the Lakeshow's offense should be able to overcome the visiting Nets. I don't think the Lakers will look forward to playing in Sacramento the next day. They probably go out here swinging.