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NHL Playoffs Handicapper Free Play: Boston Bruins at Detroit Red Wings

04.22.2014     07:39 AM     Sammy P Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Sammy P Sports

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Boston -140 at Detroit O/U 5
Recommendation: Boston


Boston heads to Detroit tonight with the series knotted up at one game apiece. The Bruins played their typical grind it out game throughout Game 1, but couldn't seem to break through offensively.  It took a great individual effort from Detroit's Pavel Datsyuk late in the third period to get the Red Wings the 1-0 win.  Game 2 was much different as Boston was able to take advantage of its chances and put some goals on the board.  They went to the net hard and they were rewarded.  They didn't deviate from their plan and they stifled Detroit's offense once again allowing just one goal in a 4-1 win. Detroit's home ice advantage has been virtually nonexistent the past two seasons as they were a meager 18-13-10 at Joe Louis this regular season and just 4-4 over the past two postseason. Boston owned the best road record in the Eastern Conference this season at 23-12-6 and in the past three postseason the Bruins are 6-3 away from home in the first round.  Going into Detroit will be just another day at the job for the big bad Bruins.  Boston has the confidence and swagger back Read more


Tags: NHL Boston Bruins Detroit Red Wings Sammy P




MLB Handicapper: San Diego Padres at Milwaukee Brewers

04.21.2014     11:25 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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San Diego (Cashner) at Milwaukee (Peralta) -115 O/U 8
Recommendation: Under


Two premium arms on the hill in Milwaukee with San Diego’s Andrew Cashner taking on the Brewers' Wily Peralta. Cashner has been nothing short of perfect through four starts with a 1.27 ERA. He's posted 27 strikeouts in 28.1 innings and perhaps more importantly a sweet 46-30 groundball-to-fly ball ratio. He'll be challenged by this Milwaukee's lineup but should have an advantage coming from the right-handed side. Like Cashner, Peralta has swing-and-miss stuff but has also garnered a lot groundballs (36-21 ratio). Offensively, the Padres have scored three or fewer runs in 13 of their 19 games and getting away from Petco has hardly been the cure with 2.3 runs per game in six games on the highway. Milwaukee's offense has feasted on the likes of sub-par starters Kyle Kendrick, Roberto Hernandez, Wandy Rodriguez, and Clay Buchholz (prior to his spike in velocity). Hard-throwing right-handers like Shelby Read more


Tags: MLB San Diego Padres Milwaukee Brewers Andrew Lange




NHL Handicapper Free Play: Philadelphia Flyers at Florida Panthers

04.08.2014     08:23 AM     Sammy P Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Sammy P Sports

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Philadelphia -165 at Florida O/U 5.5
Recommendation: Under


As we come upon the last 6 days of the NHL regular season, most of the "must win" teams are priced heavily with juice.  I don't mind laying juice now and then as long as I feel I'm getting value.  As most of my clients and followers know, I play the majority of my NHL totals Under and last night all three games easily cashed with a combined five goals scored in those games!  Hockey is a difficult sport for the books since the totals can really only be one of three choices 5, 5.5, or 6.  The amount of juice they attach to the total is where they try and make up for their deficiencies, but even then we find lots of value in say taking the Under 5.5 -145 instead of Under 5 +110.  Five is such a key number that getting that hook when you have the Under is sometimes worth .50 to .60 cents in my opinion.  Most professional handicappers would scoff at laying that kind of juice on a total, but in the NHL it is how I've grinded out profits for years.

With all that being said, we find lots of value in tonight's Flyers and Panthers Under.  -125 is Read more


Tags: NHL Philadelphia Flyers Florida Panthers Sammy P




Teddy Covers' Las Vegas Wise Guy Report: The Indiana Pacers' historic ATS slide

04.07.2014     08:02 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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The Indiana Pacers have been a remarkable pointspread story this year, worthy of a Wiseguy Report to examine in detail what has happened and why.  To be thorough, this story starts last year when the Pacers flexed their collective muscles, developing into a title contender for the first time in a decade.  

Indiana was good, not great, in the 2012-13 regular season.  They won 49 games, tied for the third best record in the (much) weaker of the two conferences.  Here’s an excerpt of what I wrote about the Pacers heading into the playoffs last year:

“A month ago, I would have listed the Pacers as Miami’s toughest Eastern Conference potential test.  Indiana’s defensive numbers rank among the best in the NBA, and low post behemoth Roy Hibbert is a very tough matchup for the Heat in the paint.  Indiana beat Miami twice during the regular season, and the Pacers were the last team to give the Heat real trouble in the playoffs last year, taking a 2-1 series lead in the Eastern Conference semi’s before the Heat closed out the series with three straight wins.

But the Pacers have not Read more


Tags: NBA Indiana Pacers Teddy Covers




NCAA Tournament Gambling: Final Four Primer

04.02.2014     07:42 AM     Brian Edwards     Printer Friendly
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The 2014 NCAA Tournament field consisting of 68 teams has been reduced to four. Florida, the No. 1 overall seed, remains standing along with Wisconsin, Kentucky and Connecticut.

After missing out on the Final Four in three consecutive Elite Eight losses, Billy Donovan's team is back in the national semifinals for the first time since 2007. UF went on a 15-1 run late in the first half to take control en route to a 62-52 win over Dayton as a 10.5-point favorite in Saturday's South Region finals. Scottie Wilbekin was the catalyst yet again. The senior point guard scored 14 of his game-high 23 points in the first half, including a buzzer-beating 3-pointer that sent the Gators to intermission with a 38-24 lead. It was the fourth time Wilbekin had ended the first half with a last-second bucket in the last six games. At the under-eight television timeout, UF led the Flyers by 10 points. From our seats in the second row at FedEx Forum, I looked at my Dad and said, "We've been here before." In the 2011 South Region finals against Butler in New Orleans, Florida had a double-digit lead at the eight-minute mark. Likewise in St. Louis in 2012, the Gators were up 10 on Read more


Tags: College Basketball Kentucky Wildcats Wisconsin Badgers UConn Huskies Florida Gators Brian Edwards




NHL Handicapper Free Play: Dallas Stars at Washington Capitals

04.01.2014     07:00 AM     Sammy P Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Sammy P Sports

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Dallas at Washington -115 O/U 5.5
Recommendation: Washington


The smell of playoff hockey is in the air as teams stare down the last 6-8 games in the regular season.  Despite what always appears to be a log jam in the standings come this time of year, we see that only a couple teams are legitimately fighting for the last playoff spots.  In the Eastern Conference there are eight teams fighting for four spots (Detroit, NY Rangers, Philadelphia, Columbus, Washington, Toronto, New Jersey, and Ottawa).  It really comes down to Columbus, Washington, Toronto, New Jersey, and Ottawa in my estimation.  The other teams have separated themselves enough to control their own destiny.

In the Western Conference we see much of the same as the top teams (St. Louis, Anaheim, Chicago, San Jose, and Colorado) have already clinched playoff berths.  The Los Angeles Kings are in that group as well with one more win needed to secure a playoff spot and Minnesota having a big enough lead for me to send them into the postseason.  That leaves just one spot open in the Western Conference with Phoenix and Dallas battling it out for all the Read more


Tags: NHL Dallas Starts Washington Capitals Sammy P




Teddy Covers' Las Vegas Wise Guy Report: Late season NBA betting opportunities Part 2

03.31.2014     08:58 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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You’ll be reading more than enough about the Final Four in the week to come.  You’ll be able to find my initial take on the two games in my ESPN.com piece, midweek.  So I’m going to focus on the NBA in this week’s Wiseguy Report, picking up right where I left off last week, when I broke down a handful of Eastern Conference morphers

It’s worth noting that since I wrote that article, blindly supporting the three bet-on teams that I mentioned (Cleveland, Philadelphia and Brooklyn) while fading my one ‘bet-against squad (Indiana) has produced a 10-5 ATS result.  Hopefully this edition, focusing on Western Conference morphers, will produce similar short term dividends.

The San Antonio Spurs success can’t be a surprise to any breathing human.  No team in the league has been more consistent over the past decade and a half, and San Antonio came one brutal overtime loss short of winning the NBA Championship last Read more


Tags: NBA San Antonio Spurs Denver Nuggets New Orleans Pelicans Golden State Warriors Minnesota Timberwolves Teddy Covers




NBA Handicapping: Updated playoff picture

03.28.2014     08:43 AM     Printer Friendly
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Big card in the NBA for tonight with a lot of meaningful games. Here's an excellent breakdown of the current playoff picture. If the playoffs started today the matchups would look like this...

EASTERN CONFERENCE
Indiana (1) vs. Atlanta (8)

Miami (2) vs. Charlotte (7)

Toronto (3) vs. Washington (6)

Chicago (4) vs. Brooklyn (5)

WESTERN CONFERENCE
San Antonio (1) vs. Phoenix (8)

Oklahoma City (2) vs. Memphis (7)

LA Clippers (3) vs. Golden State (6)

Houston (4) vs. Portland (5)



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MLB Handicapping: Colorado Rockies Season Over/Under Wins

03.26.2014     01:38 PM     Sammy P Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Sammy P Sports

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Colorado Rockies Season O/U Wins
Recommendation: Over 76.5


All of the talk in the National League West has undoubtedly centered on the Los Angeles Dodgers contending for a World Series title and the San Francisco Giants bouncing back after last year’s 76-win campaign.  The Colorado Rockies (74-88) meanwhile are lined as the worst team in the division and while there are plenty of holes, I see upside with this squad as well as value with the price. This is a .500 ball club when Troy Tulowitzki, Carlos Gonzalez, and the pitching staff are healthy.  Tulowitzki played in only 126 games last season while CarGo was even less at 110. Their starting pitchers are not the envy of most teams, but if guys like Brett Anderson can stay healthy and Juan Nicasio can pitch to his potential they will get more than their share of wins.  Nicasio has been the wildcard in their rotation for some time and with his fastball improved during spring training we could see big results. The addition of Anderson, coupled with Nicasio and Jorge De La Rosa, gives the Rockies three solid arms that while not as high profile as some of the aces in the division, Read more


Tags: MLB Colorado Rockies Sammy P




Teddy Covers' Las Vegas Wise Guy Report: Late season NBA betting opportunities

03.24.2014     09:10 AM     Printer Friendly
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While the betting markets focus on post-season college basketball tournaments and the upcoming baseball season, the long and winding NBA campaign still offers plenty of wagering opportunities down the homestretch. 

There are still three and a half weeks left in the regular season.  Most squads have between 12 and 14 games remaining.  And very quietly, underneath the radar, we’ve seen a handful of late season morphers; teams playing well above or well below their full season power rating numbers.  Those are the teams I’m looking to focus on in this week’s Vegas Wiseguy Report, particularly in the Eastern Conference.

The Philadelphia 76ers have lost 24 games in a row as I write this very early on Monday morning.  This is no surprise – the Sixers have been openly tanking since last summer, playing for ping-pong balls, not victories.  And for the better part of the first four months of the campaign, the sportsbooks couldn’t hang a line high enough to get bettors to support this completely anonymous, sorry squad. 

Philly hasn’t gotten any better in recent weeks.  Read more


Tags: NBA Philadelphia 76ers Indiana Pacers Brooklyn Nets Cleveland Cavaliers Teddy Covers



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