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MLB Handicapping: Umpire strike zone results from 2011

03.22.2012     02:06 PM     Printer Friendly
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Article from Hardball Times breaking down MLB umpires and the smallest and largest strike zones. Below are the top five from 2011 and their season over/under wins results.

Smallest (2011 Season Over/Under)
1. Tim Tschida 13-6 
2. Tim McClelland 20-12
3. Paul Schrieber 13-10
4. Ed Hickox 15-18
5. Chad Fairchild 13-17

Largest (2011 Season Over/Under)
1. Phil Cuzzi 10-21
2. Ron Kulpa 15-17
3. Bill Miller 17-17
4. Ted Barret 17-13
5. Doug Eddings 13-18




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Brace yourself for Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's opinion on point shaving in basketball

03.22.2012     01:25 PM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
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Mind you this comes from ESPN.com's "Commentary" section so it's not like it was plastered on the front page. And a good thing too because reading Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s take on basketball's "point shaving problem" is painful. Of course he led off with the recent allegations at Auburn – a situation that pretty much everyone agrees was blown out of proportion, just like the whole San Diego/FBI/Operation Hookshot/weed bust ordeal. Kareem then talks a little about Donaghy, because if you want to build a case about how dirty basketball is, Timmy D’s your poster boy. But then things really go south with point shaving references dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Articles like this are common; point shaving bad, integrity of the game good. We get that. And to say every sport is 100 percent clean would be naive. But anytime we see phrases like "long line of gambling scandals" and "familiar story in basketball", Read more



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NBA Handicapper Free Pick: Boston Celtics at Milwaukee Bucks

03.22.2012     10:45 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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Boston at Milwaukee -3.5 O/U 200
Recommendation: Milwaukee


Milwaukee is on a roll right now: 7-1 SU, 8-0 ATS in its last eight ballgames. They were positively buoyed by the acquisition of Monta Ellis at the trading deadline, giving Scott Skiles exactly what he needed to get this team into the playoffs – a good crunch time scorer.

The Bucks won by 22 on the road at Golden State in his first game with the team, then won by 29 at Portland. Ellis: “Coaches, everybody was phenomenal. I think it made it smooth for me. It’s great man, it’s even better to be out there on the floor with those guys sharing the ball. We’ve got a lot of guys who can hit shots and make plays … I think we’re going to get (in the playoffs) if we keep playing the way we did.”

The Bucks are averaging 113 points per game during their current winning Read more



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NBA Handicapping: Boston-Milwaukee total 14 points higher than previous meeting

03.22.2012     10:29 AM     Printer Friendly
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Boston at Milwaukee -3.5 O/U 200

Holy line adjustment! On today's Sportsmemo Podcast, Teddy Covers pointed out the massive difference in tonight's Boston-Milwaukee total compared to when the two teams played on February 29. That game closed 185.5 but went screaming over as Boston won 102-96. Tonight's total is currently 200/199.5. Interesting that the Celtics have yet to play a game this season with a total that closed 200 or higher. The Bucks are the strongest OVER team in the league at 29-15-1 O/U.





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Sweet Sixteen Betting Notes: Syracuse wants to avoid slow paced game vs. Wisconsin

03.22.2012     10:20 AM     Printer Friendly
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Wisconsin vs. Syracuse -3 O/U 120

Syracuse claims it will look to push the pace in tonight's Sweet Sixteen matchup against Wisconsin.  Note that against up-tempo BYU, North Carolina, Marquette, UNLV and Indiana, the Badgers played to 60, 61, 63, 62, 54 and 61 possessions.


“In the Big East we were able to play both (styles),” SU guard Brandon Triche said. “We had a few games playing in the 50s. A lot of teams tried to slow us down. I think the biggest thing for us is being able to rebound, try to speed them up a little bit as much as we can.”

“We just have to get the ball and push it and try to beat them down the court,” Fair said. “Then we have to convert on a lot of our offensive trips and not make silly turnovers.”

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College Basketball Gambling: NIT, CBI and CIT Power Ratings

03.22.2012     10:13 AM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
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NIT
The conference may have been rightfully ridiculed and rightfully left out of the NCAA Tournament this season but they dominated the NIT. Washington and Stanford make up half of the semifinal field at MSG next week. They perhaps could have had a third team had Oregon not faced the Huskies in the quarterfinals. Note that Washington and Stanford have never had to leave their home floors but NIT Committee head C.M. Newton – a good ol’ SEC boy – tried his best to push his own through as well by giving Tennessee (#1 seed), Ole Miss (#2 seed) and Mississippi State home floor – none of which prospered despite the advantage. After all the deserved PAC-12 bashing this season they deserve some credit with their NIT performances, now let's see if they can continue to earn more by winning away from home against a pair of red-hot teams.

Here are my power ratings lines for the Semifinals:

Minnesota -1 vs. Washington
Stanford -1 vs. Massachusetts

CBI
Despite losing their leading scorer Brock Motum just two minutes into last night's game, Washington State won at Oregon State and will now host Read more



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NCAA Tournament Betting News: The statistical impact of UNC's Kendall Marshall

03.22.2012     10:04 AM     Printer Friendly
UPDATE

Good statistical breakdown of North Carolina point guard Kendall Marshall's impact on both offense and defense. According to reports, he's out of his cast and there is a chance he could still play against Ohio on Friday.





NCAA Tournament Betting News: North Carolina point guard breaks wrist

03.19.2012     06:56 AM     View Original Blog


Article on North Read more



Tags: College Basketball North Carolina Tar Heels Ohio Bobcats




Sports Betting Podcast 3-22-2012 with Rob Veno and Teddy Covers

03.22.2012     09:08 AM     Printer Friendly
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Thursday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured handicappers Rob Veno and Teddy Covers. Rob broke down tonight's Sweet Sixteen matchups while Teddy took care of the NBA slate from a betting perspective.

Today's segments
Rob Veno - College Basketball Sweet Sixteen

Teddy Covers - NBA Every Game on the Board

To listen to past shows, be sure to visit our Sportsmemo Podcast Homepage.

ITunes users can subscribe to the show by searching "Sportsmemo" in the podcast directory.




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Sweet Sixteen Pointspread News: Marquette readies for Florida's outside shooting

03.22.2012     07:27 AM     Printer Friendly
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Florida vs. Marquette -2 O/U 147

Marquette says it is well prepared for Florida's live-and-die-by-the-three mentality. On the season, 38.4% of the Gators' scoring comes from beyond the three-point line (sixth nationally).


"Vandy is more of a structured, robotic team," said Marquette's Vander Blue. "They like to move the ball from side to side and run plays every time. LSU reminds me a lot of West Virginia. A great rebounding team. Very physical. They play really hard. The thing about Florida is they live and die by the three, so we want to make sure we contest all threes."






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Sweet Sixteen Betting Notes: Louisville wants fast pace against Michigan State

03.22.2012     07:25 AM     Printer Friendly
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Louisville vs. Michigan State -5 O/U 125

Louisville is once again saying it wants to push the pace against Michigan State. The Cardinals have been all over the board this postseason in terms of its possessions per game. In the second round of the Big East Tournament, they played to 83 possessions against Marquette but turned right around and played 56 and 59 possessions against Notre Dame and Cincinnati. In the first round against Davidson, there were 67 possessions while only 58 in the win over New Mexico. The other issue with playing Louisville over the total is that while the pace may be there, the shooting and scoring may not. They've averaged over a point per possession in only four of their last 10 games.


So it's good that everybody is coming back, getting healthier.  Everybody just said that we had to play a new style of basketball.  We

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NCAA Tournament Betting: Syracuse remembers Sweet Sixteen loss to Butler

03.22.2012     07:05 AM     Printer Friendly
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Wisconsin vs. Syracuse -3.5 O/U 120

Syracuse's seniors are hoping their regional semifinals loss to Butler two years ago is a feeling they don't have to repeat. The Orange haven't made it past the Sweet Sixteen since they won the NCAA Championship in 2003.


“I remember the feeling,” SU forward Kris Joseph said. “I remember big Arinze crying. Everyone was pretty down. That was another year we were supposed to do great things. That’s the feeling I’m not ready to feel again.”

“We had seniors that year. AO was hurt. We wanted to win for him. We wanted to win for Andy, who played so hard,” said SU guard Brandon Triche, a freshman on that team. “This year is the same. You got Kris Jo. You got Scoop. Older guys who’ve been here before who want to win. You don’t want

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Tags: College Basketball Syracuse Orange Wisconsin Badgers




NFL Gambling: Tebow to Jets having no impact in betting markets

03.22.2012     06:53 AM     Printer Friendly
While Denver’s acquisition of Peyton Manning caused shockwaves across the betting community, New York's decision to pick up Tim Tebow – at this point – has had little to no impact according to oddsmakers. The Jets remain a 25-1 shot to win Super Bowl XLVII.


“I don’t see how he makes the Jets a better football team,” Andrew Patterson of Las Vegas Sports Consultants said in a telephone interview. “He’s not going to play quarterback, he’s going to come in maybe on third downs, but if a team signs a really good fullback, does it affect their win total or game lines? No, not really.”[END-QUOTE:]





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