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Posted: 11/30/2016 2:11:05 PM
To Back Lucky Streaks

If one is willing to adjust
and unlock any mindset
then one can FEEL Flow
and banks LET IT RIDE !
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Posted: 11/30/2016 2:15:23 PM
CFB Playoff too, comes in 3's

When CFB selects the top 8 teams
all conferences benefit as does the
collegiate gridiron fanbase and the
betting public.

8 teams play on Christmas - or on
Christmas Eve (due to NFL games)
then become 4 winners to play on
New Years Eve, and then the final
national championship game is set.

The aforesaid scenario will not only
eliminate the problems this year is
presenting, but also ensure early
season scheduling of & results for
non-conference matches must
matter much more = Great for all !!
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Posted: 11/30/2016 2:18:56 PM
With another Clemson loss, coupled
with a Washington loss to Colorado:

1. Bama
2. OSU
3. Michigan
4. Wiscy / Penn State
5. Colorado
6. OK / OK State
7. USC (a very potent team now)
8. Louisville / Fla St. / Western Mich

For example, when the Chippewas
beat the OK Cowboys, a Big 12 top
team, and in their own house, and
thereafter get throttled at home by
more than 5 Touchdowns - 49-10 -
by Western Michigan, the Broncos
have earned a shot at the Crown,
but at least a New Years Day Big 6.

They beat Illinois by 3 TDs & a FG,
holding them to 3 yds total rushing
- the same Illini who beat Mich St.
31-27 - the same Spartans whose
failed 2-pt conversion kept them
from beating Thee Ohio State (#2).
But without an 8 team tourney, the
whole system suffers, as does the
collegiate gridiron enthusiast.
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Posted: 11/30/2016 2:23:24 PM
An Eight Team College Football Tournament


#1. Bama Vs. #8. Louisville w/ a running QB
who had a good chance to beat Clemson in
their "Death Valley" home - Bama has a bad
record against squads w/ a good QB-rusher...

Bama facing Seminoles or upstart Broncos
also makes for at least as much interest as
Bama Vs. Clemson Part II.


#2. OSU Vs. #7. USC = an Ultra Rose Bowl !!


#3. Mich Vs. #6. OK/OK St = Defense Vs QB.


#4. Wisc/Penn St. Vs. #5. Col = Rose Bowl II.


This is what teams, fans and viewers OUGHT
TO BE treated to this upcoming Bowl Season!
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Posted: 12/20/2016 7:40:52 AM
As violent and dangerous as
Collegiate gridiron is, players
will elect to skip meaningless
bowls, since a bowl game is
not going to change a player's
NFL draft stock.  More & more
borderline picks will join more
NFL-draftables in skipping any
meaningless bowl game in an
effort to pass the Combine.
The strength they will have by
consistent gym work, but the
40 yard dash is the difficult
part - health is needed there.

Either they pay players like
Northwestern's move, or
the NCAA will need to do
something by next year.

The LSU & Stanford rosters
will cause the expansion of
the CFPlayoffs to eight, and
ought to (but still may not)
cause a large cut back in the
number of bowls down to but
a handful of the interesting
matches of the top 15 teams
all Conference Champs, and
the New Years Six.

Also, the NCAA will need to
allow red-shirt players to play
in the bowls.
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Posted: 12/23/2016 2:18:37 AM
% of total # of ATS tickets  &  % of total Point Spread $ tickets

93% NewMex (-7 -> -9) & 81% N.M. ==> Lost ATS (S.U. Win)

58% Houston (-3 -> -4.5) & 87% Hou ==> Lost ATS (& SU)

80% Ark St. (+6 -> +3.5) & 90% Ark St. ==> WON SUATS

58% Toledo (PK -> +1) & 93% Toledo ==> Lost ATS (& SU)

64% So. Miss (-3 -> -5.5) & 92% S.M. ==> WON SUATS

73% Tulsa (-12 -> -12.5) & 64% Tulsa ==> WON SUATS

58% W. Kent (-4 -> -6.5) & 2% W.K. ==> WON SUATS

64% Wyo (+8 -> +10) & 30% Wy ==> WON ATS (SU Loss)

55% Col St. (-13.5 -> -16) & 72% C.S. ==> Lost ATS (& SU)


63% E. Mich (+1.5 -> +5.5) & 72% E.M. ==>

56% Lou Tech (+1 -> -7) & 65% L.T. ==>

73% Ohio (+3.5 -> +4.5) & 95% Ohio ==>
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Posted: 12/26/2016 12:05:22 PM
Packers are in good position to make the playoffs by beating the Vikings 38-25.

But their slim chances of clinching a playoff spot yesterday did not come thru,
ensuring that they will need to win next week to be fully assured of a playoff spot.
WAS EXPECTED SINCE THE G.B. vs. LIONS WAS FLEXED TO PRIME TIME
(and so that scenario to ensure the upcoming game is significant = Huge Parlay !!)


Packers got 1 tiny bit of help when the TB Bucs lost to the New Orleans Saints.
That dropped them a full game back, (rather than the tight 99-98 Packer higher
placement that they already had had = the same narrow, 1 point Playoff berth
they used in 2010 [and oddly enough, 2010 the team they edged out was T.B.]
when they won the super bowl.
[[But the even-year Win-it-all Giants of SF
are matched by the every-four-year Win-it-all Giants of NY
(vs. the Pats, and then Eli wins and has more SB-rings than Payton).>


With the Vikings also out after their loss yesterday, that leaves only Washington
as the other contender.  Washington beat the Chicago Bears on Christmas Eve,
so at 8-6-1 and a half-game behind the Packers, this means that the Packers
have 2 pathways into the playoffs in week 17:
either defeat the Detroit Lions and win the NFC North,
or see Washington lose to the New York Giants instead.

The AFC is all set for the Playoffs,
as the Lions and Cowboys play this Monday night —

    1.    Dallas Cowboys (12-2)
    2.    Atlanta Falcons (10-5)
    3.    Detroit Lions (9-5)
    4.    Seattle Seahawks (9-5-1)
    5.    New York Giants (10-5)
    6.    Green Bay Packers (9-6)
    7.    Washington (8-6-1)

NOTE: Packers still have a chance at earning the 3rd seed in the NFC -
they do so w/ a win next week + a Seattle loss away at the (2-13) 49ers.
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Posted: 12/26/2016 12:10:21 PM
Green Bay Packers
Record: 9–6 (NFC: 7–4)
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Posted: 12/26/2016 12:13:26 PM
G.B. Packers' Clinching Options for winning certain playoff spots:

1st Spot = a First Round Bye => The Packers cannot win this spot.


2nd Spot = a First Round Bye => The Packers cannot win this spot.


3rd best Spot gives Home Field Advantage in the First Round:

Case 1:
Packers beat the Lions, and
Forty-Niners tie/beat the Seahawks

Case 2:
Packers tie the Lions, and
Forty-Niners beat the Seahawks, and
Cowboys beat the Lions



4th Spot which gives First Round Home Field Advantage:

Case 1:
Packers beat the Lions

Case 2:
Packers tie the Lions, and
Cowboys beat the Lions


5th best Spot => The Packers cannot win this spot


6th Spot:

Case 1:
Giants beat the Skins

Case 2:
Packers tie the Lions, and
Redskins tie the Giants

Case 3:
Buccaneers beat the Panthers, and
Redskins tie the Giants, and
Lions tie/beat the Cowboys

Case 4:
Buccaneers beat the Panthers, and
Redskins tie the Giants, and
Seahawks tie or beat the 49ers

Case 5:
Jags off or tie Colts, and
Skins tie Giants, and
Bucs beat Panthers


Case 6:
Eagles tie/beat the Boys, and
Bucs beat the Panthers, and
Redskins tie the Giants

Case 7:
Buccaneers beat the Panthers, and
Redskins tie the Giants, and
Texans tie/beat the Titans.
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Cases resulting in the Lions winning certain playoff spots:-


1st Spot = First Round Bye => Lions can't win this spot

2nd Spot = First Round Bye
Case 1:?      Lions beat the Packers, and?      Lions tie/beat the Cowboys, and?      Saints tie/beat the Falcons

Case 2:?      Lions tie the Packers, and?      Lions beat the Cowboys, and?      Saints beat the Falcons

Case 3:?      Lions beat the Packers, and?      49ers tie/beat the Seahawks, and?      Saints beat the Falcons

Case 4:?      Lions tie the Packers, and?      Lions tie the Cowboys, and?      49ers tie/beat the Seahawks, and?      Saints beat the Falcons

Case 5:?      Lions beat the Packers, and?      Lions beat the Cowboys, and?      Vikings beat the Bears, and?      Buccaneers beat the Panthers, and?      Redskins beat the Giants, and?      Seahawks tie/beat the 49ers, and?      Rams beat the Cardinals

Case 6:?      Lions beat the Packers, and?      Lions beat the Cowboys, and?      Vikings beat the Bears, and?      Buccaneers beat the Panthers, and?      Redskins beat the Giants, and?      Seahawks beat the 49ers, and?      Rams tie the Cardinals

Case 7:?      Lions beat the Packers, and?      Lions beat the Cowboys, and?      Vikings tie the Bears, and?      Buccaneers beat the Panthers, and?      Redskins beat the Giants, and?      Seahawks beat the 49ers, and?      Rams beat the Cardinals

Case 8:?      Lions beat the Packers, and?      Lions beat the Cowboys, and?      Vikings beat the Bears, and?      Buccaneers beat the Panthers, and?      Redskins tie the Giants, and?      Seahawks beat the 49ers, and?      Rams beat the Cardinals

Case 9:?      Lions beat the Packers, and?      Lions beat the Cowboys, and?      Vikings beat the Bears, and?      Buccaneers tie the Panthers, and?      Redskins beat the Giants, and?      Seahawks beat the 49ers, and?      Rams beat the Cardinals


3rd Spot = 1st Round Home Field Advantage
Case 1:?      Lions beat the Packers, and?      Lions tie/beat the Cowboys

Case 2:?      Lions tie the Packers, and?      Lions beat the Cowboys

Case 3:?      Lions beat the Packers, and?      Saints beat the Falcons

Case 4:?      Lions beat the Packers, and?      49ers tie/beat the Seahawks

Case 5:?      Lions tie the Packers, and?      Lions tie the Cowboys, and?      Saints beat the Falcons

Case 6:?      Lions tie the Packers, and?      Lions tie the Cowboys, and?      49ers tie/beat the Seahawks

4th Spot = 1st Round Home Field Advantage
Case 1:?      Lions beat the Packers

Case 2:?      Lions tie the Packers, and?      Lions tie the Cowboys

5th Spot => The Lions cannot win this spot

6th Spot
Case 1:?      Lions tis the Packers

Case 2:?      Lions tie/beat the Cowboys

Case 3:?      Giants tie/beat the Redskins

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Cases for Lions winning certain playoff spots

1st Spot = 1st Round Bye => Lions can't win this spot

2nd Spot = 1st Round Bye

Case 1:?
Lions beat Packers, &
Lions tie/beat Cowboys,&
?Saints tie/beat Falcons

Case 2:
?Lions tie Packers, &
?Lions beat Cowboys, &    
Saints beat Falcons

Case 3:?
Lions beat Packers, &    
49ers tie/beat Seahawks, &
Saints beat Falcons

Case 4:?
Lions tie Packers, &   
Lions tie Cowboys, &   
49ers tie/beat Seahawks, &  
Saints beat Falcons

Case 5:
?Lions beat Packers, &  
Lions beat Cowboys, &
Vikings beat Bears, &  
Buccaneers beat Panthers, &
Redskins beat Giants, &
Seahawks tie/beat 49ers, &
Rams beat Cardinals

Case 6:
?Lions beat Packers, & 
Lions beat Cowboys, &
Vikings beat Bears, &   
Buccaneers beat Panthers, & 
Redskins beat Giants, &
Seahawks beat 49ers, &
Rams tie Cardinals

Case 7:
Lions beat Packers, &  
Lions beat Cowboys, &  
Vikings tie Bears, &
Buccaneers beat Panthers, &
Redskins beat Giants, &
Seahawks beat 49ers, &
Rams beat Cardinals

Case 8:
Lions beat Packers, &
Lions beat Cowboys, &
Vikings beat Bears, &
Buccaneers beat Panthers, &
Redskins tie Giants, &
Seahawks beat 49ers, &
Rams beat Cardinals

Case 9:
?Lions beat Packers, &
Lions beat Cowboys, &
Vikings beat Bears, &
Buccaneers tie Panthers, &
Redskins beat Giants, &
Seahawks beat 49ers, &
Rams beat Cardinals

3rd Spot = 1st Round Home Field Advantage

Case 1:
Lions beat Packers, &
Lions tie/beat Cowboys

Case 2:
?Lions tie Packers, &
Lions beat Cowboys

Case 3:
?Lions beat Packers, &
Saints beat Falcons

Case 4:?
Lions beat Packers, &
49ers tie/beat Seahawks

Case 5:?
Lions tie Packers, &
Lions tie Cowboys, &
Saints beat Falcons

Case 6:?
Lions tie Packers, &
Lions tie Cowboys, &
49ers tie/beat Seahawks

4th Spot = 1st Round Home Field Advantage

Case 1:
Lions beat Packers

Case 2:?
Lions tie Packers, &
Lions tie Cowboys

5th Spot => Lions cannot win this spot

6th Spot
Case 1:?
Lions tie the Packers

Case 2:
?Lions tie/beat Cowboys

Case 3:?
Giants tie/beat Redskins

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Cases for the Lions winning certain playoff spots

1st Spot = 1st Round Bye => Lions can't win this spot

2nd Spot = 1st Round Bye

Case 1:
Lions beat Packers, &
Lions tie/beat Cowboys,&
Saints tie/beat Falcons

Case 2:
Lions tie Packers, &
Lions beat Cowboys, &    
Saints beat Falcons

Case 3:
Lions beat Packers, &    
49ers tie/beat Seahawks, &
Saints beat Falcons

Case 4:
Lions tie Packers, &   
Lions tie Cowboys, &   
49ers tie/beat Seahawks, &  
Saints beat Falcons

Case 5:
Lions beat Packers, &  
Lions beat Cowboys, &
Vikings beat Bears, &  
Buccaneers beat Panthers, &
Redskins beat Giants, &
Seahawks tie/beat 49ers, &
Rams beat Cardinals

Case 6:
Lions beat Packers, & 
Lions beat Cowboys, &
Vikings beat Bears, &   
Buccaneers beat Panthers, & 
Redskins beat Giants, &
Seahawks beat 49ers, &
Rams tie Cardinals

Case 7:
Lions beat Packers, &  
Lions beat Cowboys, &  
Vikings tie Bears, &
Buccaneers beat Panthers, &
Redskins beat Giants, &
Seahawks beat 49ers, &
Rams beat Cardinals

Case 8:
Lions beat Packers, &
Lions beat Cowboys, &
Vikings beat Bears, &
Buccaneers beat Panthers, &
Redskins tie Giants, &
Seahawks beat 49ers, &
Rams beat Cardinals

Case 9:
Lions beat Packers, &
Lions beat Cowboys, &
Vikings beat Bears, &
Buccaneers tie Panthers, &
Redskins beat Giants, &
Seahawks beat 49ers, &
Rams beat Cardinals

3rd Spot = 1st Round Home Field Advantage

Case 1:
Lions beat Packers, &
Lions tie/beat Cowboys

Case 2:
Lions tie Packers, &
Lions beat Cowboys

Case 3:
Lions beat Packers, &
Saints beat Falcons

Case 4:
Lions beat Packers, &
49ers tie/beat Seahawks

Case 5:
Lions tie Packers, &
Lions tie Cowboys, &
Saints beat Falcons

Case 6:
Lions tie Packers, &
Lions tie Cowboys, &
49ers tie/beat Seahawks

4th Spot = 1st Round Home Field Advantage

Case 1:
Lions beat Packers

Case 2:
Lions tie Packers, &
Lions tie Cowboys

5th Spot => Lions cannot win this spot

6th Spot
Case 1:
Lions tie the Packers

Case 2:
Lions tie/beat Cowboys

Case 3:
Giants tie/beat Redskins

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NBA team stats for Over/Under's (December 2016):


Rk    Team & Record ==> Off Eff  (Def Eff)

#2    Toronto Raptors                  22-8 ==> 116.7     (107.3)
#1     Golden State Warriors       27-5 ==> 115.9     (103.1)
#6     Houston Rockets               24-9 ==> 115.0     (107.6)
#5     Cleveland Cavaliers          23-7 ==> 113.9     (106.5)
#3     Los Angeles Clippers        22-11 ==> 112.2   (104.9)
#4     San Antonio Spurs            25-6 ==> 111.4     (104.3)
#24     Portland Blazers  13-20 — 109.8  (113.9)
#10     Boston Celtics                 19-13 ==> 109.5  (107.4)
#7     Utah Jazz                          19-13 ==> 108.9  (104.7)
#19     Minn T-wolves  10-21 — 108.8  (111.0)
#23     Denver Nuggets     13-18 — 108.5  (110.6)
#20     New York Knicks     16-14 — 108.2  (110.6)
#8     Milwaukee Bucks                14-15 ==> 108.0  (106.2)
#11     OKC Thunder                    20-12 ==> 107.9  (105.8)
#17     Wash Wiz  14-16 — 107.7  (109.2)
#8     Charlotte Hornets                17-14 ==>  107.3  (105.2)
#22     Sac Kings  14-17 —  106.9  (108.8)
#13     Chicago Bulls                    15-16 ==>  106.7  (105.9)
#28     LA Lakers  12-23 —  106.0  (112.1)
#12     Detroit Pistons                   15-18 ==> 105.2  (104.3)
#17     Indy Pacers  15-17 — 104.9  (106.9)
#26     Phoenix Suns  9-22 — 104.4  (111.0)
#16     Atlanta Hawks  15-16 — 104.4  (106.3)
#29     Brooklyn Nets  8-22 — 103.7  (111.7)
#15     Miami Heat  10-22 — 103.3  (106.6)
#21     New Orleans Pelicans  12-21 — 103.3  (107.1)
#27     Dallas Mavericks     9-23 — 103.3  (109.7)
#25     Orlando Magic  15-18 — 103.2  (107.1)
#14     Memphis Grizzlies               20-14 ==> 103.0  (103.5)
#30     Philadelphia 76ers  7-23 — 100.5  (108.1)

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Posted: 12/28/2016 1:47:41 PM
Appreciate all of this Pendo.

Thank you.

Best vibes.
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You're most welcome Tony.

I hope you do profit from it.
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Posted: 12/29/2016 4:45:50 PM
URBAN MEYER

Clemson has won 5 straight games over Big Ten schools (4-1 ATS).
They're the 3 point dog — and to Urban Meyer w/ time to prepare!


Urban is 10-2 ATS in Bowl games. Thus, he's the best big game HC,
even better than Nick Sabin.

Still, after coaching 193 games, Meyer has won 165
and lost only 28 times, and to just 22 different coaches.
So you tend to take note when he loses, and to whom he loses.

When Urban Meyer was peaking in the 2013-2014 season,
before losing 24-34 to Michigan State in the Big 10 Championship,
& to Dabo Swinney's Clemson in the Orange Bowl on 3 Jan 2014,
making Dabo 1-0 against Urban.

No coach has more success vs. Urban Meyer than Cincinnati's
Tommy Tuberville.  He is 2-0 against Meyer,  beating him at
Florida in 2006 & 2007 when he was the coach at Auburn.

Only four coaches have beaten him more than once.

Only Tuberville has beaten him more than once w/ a perfect record.

Only 8 other coaches have a perfect record against Meyer at 1-0.

Only three of them —
Florida State's Jimbo Fisher,
Clemson's Dabo Swinney
Virginia Tech's Frank Beamer
— are currently active as head coaches.

Here are the men who have beaten Urban Meyer on the field.

Three wins (only one Head Coach)

3-3 Les Miles, LSU

Two wins (three HC's)

2-0 Tommy Tuberville, Auburn

2-1 Nick Saban, Alabama

2-4 Steve Spurrier, South Carolina

One win (17 HC's)

1-0 Bob Pruett, Marshall

1-0 Terry Hoeppner, Miami (OH)

1-0 Joe Novak, Northern Illinois

1-0 Jim Leavitt, South Florida

1-0 Lloyd Carr, Michigan

1-0 Jimbo Fisher, Florida State

1-0 Dabo Swinney, Clemson

1-0 Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech

1-0 James E. Franklin, Penn State

1-1 Tom Astutz, Toledo

1-1 Gary Darnell, Western Michigan

1-1 Dennis Franchione, Texas A&M

1-1 Mike Shula, Alabama

1-1 Houston Nutt, Arkansas/Ole Miss

1-1 Dan Mullen, Mississippi State

1-1 Mark Dantonio, Michigan State

1-2 Rocky Long, New Mexico/San Diego State

1-5 Mark Richt, Georgia

Urban's career Winning %age ranks 3rd in the entire history
of major college football among coaches w/ at least 10 yrs as HC.

#1  Knute Rockne  .881 = 105-12-5
Notre Dame 1918-1930
#2  Frank Leahy     .864 = 107-13-9
Boston College 1939-1940; Notre Dame 1941-1943, 1946-1953
#3  Urban Meyer    .855 = 165-28
Bo Green 2001-02; Utah 2003-04; Florida 2005-10; OSU 2012-today
...
#11  Chris Petersen  .826 = 119-25
Boise State 2006-13; Washington 2014-today
...
#14  Bob Stoops       .7975  = 189-48
Oklahoma 1999-present

24
Nick Saban (8)
.777
209-60-1
Toledo 1990; Michigan State 1995-1999; Louisiana State 2000-2004; Alabama 2007-present

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UnBullievabull BULLS:
Offensive glass clinic !

Butler Bulls come back from a 19 pt halftime deficit.
Still down a dozen at the 3rd Q's end, Bulls force OT.
Took the 1st 2 points & never trailed thereafter:
Bulls Win for the 11th straight time over Raps.

New Years Eve of 2013 — Bulls w/o starters,
Raps beat the BULLievaBulls. Bulls win 12th
on Valentine's, next month; but 13th = 3.21
= unlucky loss S.U., but for sure a cover.
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NBA Finals Odds Update

Golden State Warriors -150
Cleveland Cavaliers +260
San Antonio Spurs +1000
Los Angeles Clippers +1800
Toronto Raptors +4000
Boston Celtics +4500
Houston Rockets +5000
Charlotte Hornets +7500
Oklahoma City Thunder +7500
Memphis Grizzlies +8000
Utah Jazz +8000
Chicago Bulls +10000
New York Knicks +10000
Atlanta Hawks +12500
Portland Trail Blazers +12500
Detroit Pistons +18000
Milwaukee Bucks +20000
Indiana Pacers +22500
Washington Wizards +30000
Minnesota Timberwolves +50000
Sacramento Kings +50000
Denver Nuggets +60000
Los Angeles Lakers +60000
New Orleans Pelicans +60000
Miami Heat +125000
Orlando Magic +125000
Brooklyn Nets +500000
Dallas Mavericks +500000
Philadelphia 76ers +500000
Phoenix Suns +500000
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Posted: 1/8/2017 12:11:45 AM
NBA team stats for Over/Under's (December 2016):



Rk Team & Record ==> Off Eff (Def Eff)

#2 Toronto Raptors 22-8 ==> 116.7 (107.3)
#1 Golden State Warriors 27-5 ==> 115.9 (103.1)
#6 Houston Rockets 24-9 ==> 115.0 (107.6)
#5 Cleveland Cavaliers 23-7 ==> 113.9 (106.5)
#3 Los Angeles Clippers 22-11 ==> 112.2 (104.9)
#4 San Antonio Spurs 25-6 ==> 111.4 (104.3)
#24 Portland Blazers 13-20 — 109.8 (113.9)
#10 Boston Celtics 19-13 ==> 109.5 (107.4)
#7 Utah Jazz 19-13 ==> 108.9 (104.7)
#19 Minn T-wolves 10-21 — 108.8 (111.0)
#23 Denver Nuggets 13-18 — 108.5 (110.6)
#20 New York Knicks 16-14 — 108.2 (110.6)
#8 Milwaukee Bucks 14-15 ==> 108.0 (106.2)
#11 OKC Thunder 20-12 ==> 107.9 (105.8)
#17 Wash Wiz 14-16 — 107.7 (109.2)
#8 Charlotte Hornets 17-14 ==> 107.3 (105.2)
#22 Sac Kings 14-17 — 106.9 (108.8)
#13 Chicago Bulls 15-16 ==> 106.7 (105.9)
#28 LA Lakers 12-23 — 106.0 (112.1)
#12 Detroit Pistons 15-18 ==> 105.2 (104.3)
#17 Indy Pacers 15-17 — 104.9 (106.9)
#26 Phoenix Suns 9-22 — 104.4 (111.0)
#16 Atlanta Hawks 15-16 — 104.4 (106.3)
#29 Brooklyn Nets 8-22 — 103.7 (111.7)
#15 Miami Heat 10-22 — 103.3 (106.6)
#21 New Orleans Pelicans 12-21 — 103.3 (107.1)
#27 Dallas Mavericks 9-23 — 103.3 (109.7)
#25 Orlando Magic 15-18 — 103.2 (107.1)
#14 Memphis Grizzlies 20-14 ==> 103.0 (103.5)
#30 Philadelphia 76ers 7-23 — 100.5 (108.1)
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Took Texans just 'cause the Raiders don't have a QB.
(The NFL made this the 1st playoff game of the year
— folks will watch this just because it's the "playoffs"
otherwise who would even bother to tune this one in.)

Steelers then beat the Dolphins. The Patriots cream
the Texans, and Chiefs beat the Steelers. Chiefs go
into Foxborough and upset the Patriots to reach the
Super Bowl (give Steelers a 5% chance to beat KC
then go beat the Patriots). This sets up the weird,
all-Texas Super Bowl.

How, you may ask??

Because the Chiefs were the original Dallas team
back in the AFC (the franchise was Dallas Texans
— prior to moving to Kansas City), so the original
Dallas franchise will take on the upstart Dallas
franchise in the Super Bowl played in Houston.

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Thus, the set up for the weird, all-Texas in every which way Super Bowl.
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