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SliceBoogie
SliceBoogie
Evansville -1 on the road, I think they get it done fairly easily. Uconn shit the bed yesterday, but I don't think Missouri State has a complete squad to compete. GL ALL 
SliceBoogie
SliceBoogie
I think Pitt gets it done on the road today by 8-10 points versus a weak BC squad. Basically putting everything I won on the Nuggets last night on Pitt. I don't see any other games I'm extremely confident in. Someone point me in the right direction.
PoRToRoKPuRo
PoRToRoKPuRo
Bonnies getting every offensive rebound, UMASS IS SOFT
PoRToRoKPuRo
PoRToRoKPuRo
These refs are brutal, clearly favoring the Bonnies
PoRToRoKPuRo
PoRToRoKPuRo
St. Bonaventure 16 free throws attempted UMASS 8 FT's attempted smh
PoRToRoKPuRo
PoRToRoKPuRo
Refs are clearly favoring St. Bonaventure, garbage is ridiculous. 
PoRToRoKPuRo
PoRToRoKPuRo
St. Bonnies refs calling every little touch on UMASS, not giving UMASS the same calls smh
PoRToRoKPuRo
PoRToRoKPuRo
Just in case anyone wants a stream...GO UMASS!!

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enfermo
enfermo
I think this will be a BLOWOUT....Southern Illinois is severely undersized, Drinkard at 6"9 averaging 3 points and 2.4 rebounds in 18 mins of gametime is their only interior player, everyone else is 6"6 and under. SI's top 3 scorers are guards, the team shoots 69% from FT and 29% from the ARC. They average 13 Turnovers per game compared to 10 assists. Northern Iowa's 6"8 Nate Buss is an inside outside presence, shooting 41% from the arc and 56% from FG for the year. I think Northern Iowa will be too much for SI to handle.
SliceBoogie
SliceBoogie
The Knicks are finally in a groove and learning to win close games, while the Bobcats are on a monstrous skid going 1-8 in their last 9 games. The Bobcats are starting to regress, and I don't see things getting any better. The Knicks on the other hand have started to play solid Defense, something that the Bobcats lack. Al Jefferson and Josh Mcroberts offer NO interior defense whatsoever. If you look a few games back to the Twolves-Bobcats game Al Jefferson was repeatedly schooled by the pick and roll with Pekovic. Mcroberts provides little in terms of help defense and Biyombo is still too raw in my eyes. With Chandler coming back, Amare, Kenyon, and Bargs playing inspired, I see us winning in every facet of the game. Bobcats are turnover prone, and don't really shoot the 3 well either. I don't see any advantage other than them being home. Kidd-Gilchrist will be back after missing 6 weeks, but expect him to be rusty. I see the Knicks winning this game by 10.


Knicks 96- Bobcats 86.

Knicks +1 $440 to win $400!
PapaShango
PapaShango
KANSASSSSSSSSSS FUK THAT
muckslinger
muckslinger
If anyone of you have actually tried to play basketball a few days after an ankle injury, you know it effects you mentally as well as physically. Kane won't be able to do what he wants to do, and will be leery about spraining the ankle again. I like Kansas in this game. Kane's ability to pretty much do it all will be very limited versus the ultra athletic Kansas.
v1tti
v1tti
I like it. I'd rather take Knicks with the spread for the extra profit, as I don't see them winning a grind it out game. If they win, it should be a comfortable win. 
SliceBoogie
SliceBoogie
I'm really liking Tennessee Martin in this spot. They'll take on a Tennessee State team that doesn't really know how to win a game. Tennessee Martin is the more well balanced team, with 4 starters averaging double digits. Tennessee State has been competitive lately, but I don't think they can get it done on the road. Tenn Martin hasn't been playing their best basketball as of late, but I think they pull out a win here. I can't trust a Tennessee State team that shoots 27% from 3, 69% from FT, and averages 3 more turnovers than assists. Patrick Miller is the most dynamic player on the floor, but without much help I don't see them pulling a W out on the road.

I'm taking Tenn-Martin -1.5 for $550.
SliceBoogie
SliceBoogie
I'm loving Utah with the spread and the Green Bay Moneyline -225. I expect both teams to win big here despite being on the road.

$210 to win 370.
SliceBoogie
SliceBoogie
UTEP has lost 3 rotation players, including their leading scorer. I was on the losing end yesterday taking Colorado with the points versus a reeling Washington State team that lost their leading scorer. I think Charlotte will get it done, and win the game out right. UTEP's situation has to have the team in shock. To lose 3 players due to betting as opposed to an injury or something like that has to have everyone on edge. Lets go 49ers!!!!
T3CHNIQUE
T3CHNIQUE
I'm thinking of dropping  1700 to win 500 on the money line, but I think Colorado should blow them out of the water. I don't see how it's not a Double Digit Line though?
LineKiller28
LineKiller28
Lillard 1-15 smh
LineKiller28
LineKiller28
I took Blazers, they look like they don't even care about this game.
SliceBoogie
SliceBoogie
Pretty good value at +6...I feel they might actually win this one, and +210 on the ML sounds great...anyone know if leading scorer Rayshawn Goins is playing? He missed their last game. If anyone has any extra info I'd appreciate it.
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