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First Round NIT Betting News and Notes

03.15.2011     02:38 PM         Printer Friendly
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Fairway Jay presents his thoughts and insight for tonight’s opening tournament action.

A record 11 teams enter the NCAA Tournament with a win percentage of less than .600. I feel that the NCAA Tournament is at its best with the current format and field, as expanding to 96 teams will bring more modest teams into the Big Dance. Isn’t that what the NIT, CBI and CIT offer? A chance for more teams to play in a postseason tournament, but not the top 20% of teams in the nation?  Reward the best from each conference and the remaining quality teams and keep the NCAA Tournament as is – the greatest sporting event in the world.

First Round NIT

Dayton at College of Charleston -5.5 O/U 142.5
Big move upward on the total as College of Charleston plays the defending NIT champion Dayton Flyers. Charleston lost the Southern League championship game after winning the regular season title, but don’t be deterred thinking they will be disappointed Read more


Tags: College Basketball College of Charleston Cougars Dayton Flyers Fairfield Stags Colorado State Rams __




PartyGaming revenue on the rise

03.07.2011     02:36 PM     Printer Friendly
Fairway Jay fired over some gaming news on PartyGaming. Note that PartyGaming is expected to complete the merger with online sports betting site BWIN later this month with shares of the merger available March 31st. Back in February, PartyGaming signed a deal with an unknown US Casino group in anticipation of legalized online poker.


PartyGaming, which one of the industry’s giants, has reported an increase of 15% above last year’s numbers. The site, which includes sports betting, poker and bingo, and online casino games, has been able to bring in, in 2010, €357.3 million (US$498 million), in comparison to the €310.1 million (US$432 million) during the previous year.





Tags: Poker




MLB Spring Training Records 2004-10

03.07.2011     08:25 AM     Printer Friendly
Fairway Jay passed along some hitorical data for MLB Spring Training. Here is a PDF of the Spring Training records for all 30 teams dating back to 2004.


Tags: __ MLB




Fairway Jay readies for the college basketball postseason

03.03.2011     08:47 AM     Printer Friendly
Wednesday was a profit-producing night despite a pair of over/under defeats as we went 5-1 on CBB sides 6-3 overall on the hardwood and continued our solid late-season run. Our CBB situationals involving last home games (LHG), second meets and other motivational and situational parameters are integrated with the match-up analysis to produce more winners as the regular season winds down and tournament season begins.

The closing weeks of the regular season and tournament time are often met with resistance and struggles for many handicappers. But with our profits down the stretch capped by our 20* College Basketball Game of the Year and 20* College Basketball Underdog Game of the Year winners in the books the past two week’s, we’ll try to improve on our top-rated Big Drive’s and produce more profit as tournament season begins.

Few handicappers in the nation have the long-term resume of Fairway Jay when it comes to producing college basketball profit and postseason success. There is much to analyze Read more


Tags: __ College Basketball




Horizon League Tourney Free Pick: Illinois-Chicago at Cleveland State

03.01.2011     11:21 AM         Printer Friendly
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Horizon League Tournament First Round
Illinois-Chicago at Cleveland State -15 O/U 131
Recommendation: Cleveland State


College Conference Tournament (CCT) action tips off tonight in the Horizon League and I’ve spotted was expects to be a blowout. Can Cleveland State cover the big number? The fundamental match-ups along with Fairway’s historical database supporting top-tier teams against sub-par opponents in CCT action says the Vikings can regroup from their 1-6 ATS slide and bury the Flames.

Cleveland State finished in a three-way tie for the Horizon League regular season title at 13-5 but got the third seed in the conference tournament. This game is played on Cleveland State’s home court at the Wolstein Center, where the Vikings went 13-2 this season and already beat UIC 83-59 while forcing 24 Flames turnovers. Illinois-Chicago finished last in league play at 2-16 and the Flames were just 1-13 on the road this season. UIC also lost on its home court to Cleveland Read more


Tags: Cleveland State Vikings Illinois-Chicago Flames Horizon League __ College Basketball




NBA Handicapping: Nets try to adjust after Williams trade

02.28.2011     08:44 AM     Printer Friendly
Phoenix -2.5 at New Jersey O/U 206

Fairway Jay chipped in this article on the New Jersey Nets and some of the changes and experimentation since the acquisition of point guard Deron Williams.

The Nets have increased their scoring in two games with Williams (96 and 108 points) after averaging 92 ppg this season, but allowed 106 and 123 points. Head coach Avery Johnson said the performances were because of a "lack of chemistry in the team and the fact the team hasn’t had a chance to practice since the trade was made."
 
The Nets travel to London Wednesday to prepare for two games against the Toronto Raptors next weekend.


New Jersey was off Sunday, so the new starting five — and the two other new players the Nets acquired last week, Dan Gadzuric and Brandan Wright — won’t get a chance to practice together until Wednesday in Read more



Tags: New Jersey Nets Deron Williams Avery Johnson Phoenix Suns NBA




CBB Handicapping: Final Home Games - Sunday

02.27.2011     07:56 AM         Printer Friendly
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We cashed our College Basketball Game of the Year winner yesterday as the Creighton Bluejays delivered a solid 63-55 win over Northern Iowa in their last home game. Combined with our Underdog Game of the Year winner on Indiana State outright over Northern Iowa, we’ve found our groove the past week with a pair of big winners in the Missouri Valley Conference.

Sunday provides more opportunities with teams playing in their last home game, and I’ve listed those teams below. Note from our blog yesterday that winning teams playing their last home game with same season revenge went 8-1 ATS. We went a perfect 3-0 on those selections Saturday with winners on Creighton, UCLA and Akron.

If you don’t have the time, energy or ability to determine how to use these home courts, last home games, emotional components or situations to your advantage to select more winners, then get on my bag as we fire for more profit and "green" the rest of the season and through the college conference tournaments (CCT’s), NCAA tournament and remaining post season games.

College Basketball Final Home Games - Sunday
Team
SU Home
Opponent
Revenge
Conference
Rutgers
10-5
West Virginia
No
Big East
Rider
8-5
St. Peter's
Yes
MAAC
Niagara
5-7
Manhattan
Yes
MAAC
Canisius
9-4
Loyola Maryland
Yes
MAAC
Iona
10-2
Fairfield
Yes
MAAC
Wisconsin
15-0
Northwestern
No
Big Ten
South Alabama
8-5
Florida Atlantic
Yes
Sun Belt
Siena
7-7
Marist
No
MAAC




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CBB Handicapping: Final Home Games - Saturday

02.26.2011     09:55 AM         Printer Friendly
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Here are the college basketball teams playing their final regular season home game on Saturday, February 26th. Along with the emotion of senior day, meaningful conference games and titles on the line, strong and/or weak home courts and same season revenge, these last home games can provide some solid betting opportunities to cash winning tickets. However, not all these home teams have advantages, either fundamentally or emotionally, and factoring in the betting line is always a key component in these late season games.

If you don’t have the time, energy or ability to determine how to use these home courts, last home games, emotional components or situations to your advantage to select more winners, then get on my bag as we fire for more profit and “green” the rest of the season and through the college conference tournaments (CCT’s), NCAA tournament and remaining postseason games.

College Basketball Final Home Games
Team
SU Home
Opponent
Revenge
Conference
Georgetown
10-3
Syracuse
No
Big East
VCU
11-2
James Madison
No
Colonial
Missouri State
14-1
Wichita State
No
Missouri Valley
Northeastern
5-6
NC-Wilmington
No
Colonial
Youngstown St
9-6
UW-Milwaukee
Yes
Horizon
Indiana State
9-3
So. Illinois
No
Missouri Valley
Cleveland State
14-2
UW-Green Bay
No
Horizon
Appalachian St
8-3
The Citadel
Yes
Southern
Hofstra
9-3
Delaware
No
Colonial
Davidson
8-3
NC Greensboro
Yes
Southern
Butler
11-2
Loyola Chicago
No
Horizon
Villanova
13-3
St. Johns
No
Big East
Creighton
14-3
No. Iowa
Yes
Missouri Valley
Evansville
11-3
Illinois State
No
Missouri Valley
Towson
2-11
Drexel
Yes
Colonial
UCLA
15-2
Arizona
Yes
Pac 10
Old Dominion
13-2
William & Mary
No
Colonial
Arkansas State
12-0
Ark Little Rock
No
Sun Belt
Western Carolina
10-1
Charleston
Yes
Southern
Charleston So.
12-2
Coastal Carolina
Yes
Big South
Samford
6-7
Chattanooga
Yes
Southern
Yale
8-4
Harvard
Yes
Ivy
Oregon State
9-6
California
Yes
Pac 10
Georgia State
8-5
George Mason
Yes
Colonial
Oregon
11-8
Stanford
No
Pac 10
Brown
11-5
Dartmouth
No
Ivy
La. Monroe
4-8
La. Lafayette
Yes
Sun Belt
Tennessee Martin
7-6
Morehead State
Yes
Ohio Valley
Akron
12-2
Buffalo
Yes
MAC
USC
11-4
Arizona State
No
Pac 10
TCU
8-7
New Mexico
Yes
MWC
MTSU
9-4
W. Kentucky
No
Sun Belt
North Texas
11-2
Denver
Yes
Sun Belt
Oral Roberts
8-3
Western Illinois
No
Summit
Valparaiso
11-3
Illinois Chicago
No
Horizon
E. Washington
7-6
Montana
Yes
Big Sky
Long Beach St.
10-2
Santa Barbara
No
Big West
Bradley
7-8
Drake
Yes
Missouri Valley
Austin Peay
9-3
SEMO
No
Ohio Valley
UC Irvine
7-6
Pacific
Yes
Big West
Tennessee Tech
10-5
Jacksonville St.
No
Ohio Valley
Murray State
12-2
Eastern Kentucky
No
Ohio Valley
Tennessee State
10-2
Eastern Illinois
Yes
Ohio Valley
San Diego
5-8
Gonzaga
Yes
West Coast
San Francisco
11-3
Loyola Mary
No
West Coast
Santa Clara
12-5
Pepperdine
No
West Coast
Cal St. Fullerton
7-4
Cal Poly
Yes
Big West
Hawaii
12-4
New Mexico St.
Yes
WAC




Tags: College Basketball Fariway Jay




Handicapping college basketball home courts

02.15.2011     01:19 PM         Printer Friendly
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Regular listeners of the Sportsmemo Radio Show know we often discuss the importance of home court in college basketball, and mention how teams perform with a home/road dichotomy. I’ve written about this in past seasons, yet understanding home court advantage and the situations surrounding the current contests is important in helping you isolate winners. While the oddsmakers factor home court into the pointspread, there are teams who still perform much better on their home floor.

Understanding player strengths and match-ups, team chemistry, current form and statistical performance both home and away is part of breaking down a game. Supporting fans and a comfortable surrounding should only help the home team perform better. Along with good coaching and preparation, players can become more consistent in their play and performance when having to take to the road in hostile environments. Once teams get to postseason play, you must factor in and handicap Read more


Tags: College Basketball __




Offensive struggles continue to plague UNLV

02.09.2011     11:33 AM     Printer Friendly
UNLV -9 at TCU O/U 135

Fairway Jay passed along some news and notes for tonight's game: UNLV travels to Fort Worth to take on TCU as the Horned Frogs play their fourth-straight game without suspended guard and leading scorer Ronnie Moss. But UNLV's scoring struggles are a concern, and the Rebels are on a 0-5 ATS run and just 1-3 ATS on the road in conference play. TCU has lost six-straight games and 10 of its last 11 (4-7 ATS). Since UNLV's home blowout over TCU 83-49 on January 8, the Rebels have scored 67 points or less in six of seven games.

UNLV head coach Lon Kruger summed up it best in a recent article from the Las Vegas Review-Journal:


"We're 17-6 and it feels like we're 12-11," coach Lon Kruger said. "It's like we're pulling teeth to score. We're trying Read more



Tags: UNLV Rebels TCU Horned Frogs Mountain West __ College Basketball



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