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DoubleUp4Life
DoubleUp4Life
Surprised no one mentioned GB @ CHI Week 1.  I'm a Bears fan, but expect them to get crushed.  Packers relatively stable from last year while Chicago is just the opposite.  I believe Rodgers has a poor week 1 record, however.  Still I'd be very impressed if Chicago manages to lose by less than 5.5 or win outright.
begginerboy
begginerboy
Quote Originally Posted by Amazatron:

Well, this exact scenario has happened 5 times in the playoffs this year (series tied 1-1, home team wins game 3), and the team that went up 2-1 has lost every series.


Nice find.  
sunyatsen
sunyatsen
If golden state was 2-1 favorite heading the series against Cleveland, were they really -400 during the last round?  -400 seems extreme.  Curious at what point the line was that inflated..
sunyatsen
sunyatsen
Remain calm.  GS is down 2-1 in the best of 7.  Hedging with the Cavs eliminates your (very) possible chance to profit.  Most likely, the series will be all tied up tomorrow night.  

If you still like the Cavs to win the series after losing to GS tomorrow, then you could pull off a hedge that wouldn't be quite as painful.  But odds are by that point you will be wondering why you ever doubted the Warriors.
prestige33
prestige33
I'm with you!  Locked in at -1.  Also like TT points over for ATL.  CLE defense is suspect and you know Korver is going to start dropping 3s eventually.
Iainsc2
Iainsc2
Your point system isn't very methodical.  you've picked a handful of factors and assigned point values that don't represent what each category is really worth.

A few bones to pick.  DeAndre has outplayed Dwight and CP3 has outplayed Harden.  Harden wasn't even in the game for Houston's comeback last game.  Then you can add Blake on top for Clippers.  That is a serious advantage for Clippers.

Also, the match odds do not influence who is going to win, unlike all the other factors.  I could show you a huge underdog w/great odds, but I wouldn't award them a point in my analysis of who will win because of it.
Enjoi
Enjoi
Quote Originally Posted by LIanafranks5:

Nah I'm serious. Past Rocket stats mean nothing here. But if you wanna bet them, go right ahead.

There's a reason why I win 90% of my bets. 


LOL.  Only stats I like matter and I win 90% so everyone else can stfu. hahahahahaha
UglyKidJoe
UglyKidJoe
Down to 53% on LAC, btw.  
UglyKidJoe
UglyKidJoe
Do you have any sources to back up what you are saying?  I didn't just make up 56%..  Or are you just guessing?
UglyKidJoe
UglyKidJoe
Quote Originally Posted by AnthonyStarks:


The world is apparently a little larger than you seem to be aware of


56% isn't a number, it is a percentage.  So, no matter how large the world is, the percent could apply.  

Apparently you are a bitter stupider than you seem to be aware.
begginerboy
begginerboy
Excellent question OP!  Thanks for the answer AussieDownUnder!!

I gotta lean Clips here.  I think Doc is a better coach with more experience winning in the playoffs.  And Deandre Jordan has outplayed Dwight, imo.  
UglyKidJoe
UglyKidJoe
Quote Originally Posted by AnthonyStarks:


The whole world is on LA 


Well, 56% of the world at least.
drozanski
drozanski
NBA Betting / IN HIS HAND / View Post
man what a game!
drozanski
drozanski
NBA Betting / IN HIS HAND / View Post
game over.  
gamblorman
gamblorman
lol teague plays so much slower haha
gamblorman
gamblorman
lol Schroder made so many clutch layups to fend off every Wiz run.  Took over the point when Teague was struggling
drozanski
drozanski
I have a feeling.  but will it be enough?
BowmansAddict
BowmansAddict
Quote Originally Posted by BornToDie:

the right question is how he is a nba player


wow you guys are amateurs.  probably see a good team have one bad game and then you fade them, when you should expect a bounce back.
BowmansAddict
BowmansAddict
every player has off days.  especially players that take 3s.  klay and curry have had off games
BowmansAddict
BowmansAddict
yeah you "don't watch NBA much" is right
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