Posted: 12/19/2013 3:49:56 PM
QUOTEHey Achilles, I sure as hell hope you're not trying to do this for a living..Whatever you do, DON"T make a play on the Bull's side because you think OKC are in a letdown position..OKC are team who TAKES the win when it's sitting on the table in front of them..That's why they'll hang around the top four teams all year long..ALL FOUR of OKC's losses were as UNDERDOGS against VERY uptown competition and two of those came on back-to-back nights..
Originally Posted by AchillesTG:
Huge let down spot for OKC as they have San Antonio coming up next.
I guess my understanding here is that you're saying OKC are going to lose tonight..The only four games at home that OKC won but didn't cover were Washington, Denver, GS and Orlando..Having studied those games, I understand the possible reasons why those results happened..
I watched the Knicks/Bucks game last night..The Bucks are SO BAD it isn't even funny (so are the Kicks..lol)..The Bulls's can't even play with those two teams, especially on the road..
The "book" doesn't just "throw" numbers out there man...The Bulls DO NOT match up with OKC at any position of an injury free OKC team..
Nah, this is NOT a letdown position for OKC..There, I did your homework for you and said what I needed to say..There are lots of ways that you can determine what the spread could be yourself in order to accept the -13 or not but over the long haul, OKC are generally a team worth backing..Injury free usually means that everyone plays their guts out to compete for minutes on the court..GL