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College Basketball Betting Free Play: Villanova Wildcats at Creighton Bluejays

02.16.2014     08:27 AM     Brian Edwards     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Brian Edwards

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Villanova at Creighton -2.5 O/U 147
Recommendation: Creighton


Creighton has failed to cover the number in four consecutive games because it has been overpriced. However, in today's home game vs. Villanova, the price is right for a play on the Bluejays, who are 2.5-point home favorites vs. the Wildcats. Greg McDermott's team is undefeated in 13 home games this season with a 7-4 spread record. Creighton has been a single-digit home 'chalk' three times, posting a 2-1 ATS mark. When these teams met in Philadelphia on Jan. 20, it was all Creighton from the jump. The Bluejays put on a show, setting school and Big East records by draining 21-of-35 attempts from 3-point range. They led by 40 – that's right, 40! – with more than six minutes remaining. Ethan Wragge scored a career-high 27 points thanks to nine treys on 14 attempts. With eight 3-balls in the first 16 minutes and change, Wragge surpassed his previous career high of 22 points before halftime. Doug McDermott was steady as usual, producing 23 points on 8-of-13 shooting from the field. Austin Chatman dished out 10 assists, while Jahenns Manigat finished with 19 points. Now obviously, I'm Read more



Tags: College Basketball Villanova Wildcats Creighton Bluejays Brian Edwards




College Basketball Handicapping: Injury Report 2-14-2014

02.14.2014     06:17 PM     Brian Edwards     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Brian Edwards

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Michigan State senior center Adreian Payne is back and he's 100 percent healthy (and lethal) after missing seven games. Payne led the Spartans to Thursday's 85-70 home win over Northwestern by scoring 20 points and grabbing 14 rebounds. Payne scored 24 points in last Sunday's loss at Wisconsin. Tom Izzo is happy to have Payne back, but he's now without starting guard Keith Appling, who has a wrist injury that has forced him to miss the first three games of his career. Appling averages 15.0 points and 4.9 assists per game. He continues to get treatment but is probably at least a week away from returning. Branden Dawson remains out (hand) and won't be back for at least two more weeks.

Kansas freshman center Joel Embiid is listed as 'questionable' for Saturday's home game vs. TCU, but I'll be very surprised if he plays. Bill Self clearly indicated after Monday's loss at Kansas St. that Embiid needed some rest before the stretch drive. Embiid has been bothered by a sprained knee and an ailing back, and his presence certainly isn't required against the Horned Frogs. Embiid averages 10.7 points, 7.8 rebounds and 2.5 blocked shots per game. Also, the status of Jamari Taylor is Read more



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College Basketball Gambling: Arizona State tries to break through vs. rival Arizona

02.14.2014     06:24 AM     Printer Friendly
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Arizona -5.5 at Arizona State

Tonight in Tempe Arizona State will look to avenge an early season 91-68 blowout loss to rival Arizona. Both teams will have a slightly different look this time around with ASU's Jermaine Marshall back in the lineup and UA's Brandon Ashley out with an injury. The Wildcats have won 6 of the last 7 in the series (5-2 ATS).


“Any time you’re missing a key player, it’s hard to judge that team,” UA coach Sean Miller said of Marshall, who’s been at full strength for a couple of weeks. “When he’s come back and become healthy, to me, they’ve almost regained the form they had prior to our game when they were playing excellent basketball.”

“We’ve played them now three times since I’ve been here and I haven’t won one, so it’s about time I get one,” ASU sophomore point guard Jahii Carson said.






Tags: College Basketball Arizona State Sun Devils Arizona Wildcats




College Basketball Handicapping: UCF's looking to play younger players

02.12.2014     11:23 AM     Printer Friendly
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Central Florida at Memphis -13.5 O/U 145.5

Losers of eight straight (1-7 ATS), UCF head coach Donnie Jones hinted of a youth movement – at least for the rest of the regular season. In last Sunday's 75-55 loss at UConn, UCF's starters played 31, 20, 18, 18 and 14 minutes.


“You focus on positive,” Jones said after his team’s most recent 75-55 loss to Connecticut. “That’s all you can focus on right now with some of these young guys. We were committed to starting those older guys and getting those young guys a chance. So, you look at the bench and I think we scored 34 points off the bench and that was with our young guys.”







Tags: College Basketball UCF Knights Memphis Tigers




NBA Betting News: Phoenix Suns continue to play faster

02.11.2014     06:33 AM     Printer Friendly
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Article on the Phoenix Suns picking up the tempo over the course of the first half of the season. They've managed to increase the pacing of their games in every month. Trend-wise, Phoenix is 28-21-1 O/U on the season, 11-5 O/U its last 16 games, and 3-0 O/U its last three. Tonight's total against Miami is currently 208.5.


“I think we’re running more,” Dragic said. “Even when they score, we get the ball quick out of bounds and we just push the ball. We put a lot more pressure on their defense….usually, let’s say third or fourth quarter, they get really tired. That’s our biggest advantage.”

“We get out of the basket quicker,” Hornacek said. “Defense, obviously. If you’re getting stops you can run more. I think some of these games that we’re really running, we’re even running on made baskets. Some games we don’t’ take it out quick enough.”







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LVH will be posting MLB Season O/U Wins next week

02.10.2014     01:19 PM     Printer Friendly
Baseball season is right around the corner and per usual LVH Sportsbook will be one of the first to accomadate bettors by posting season over/under wins next Sunday. You can also pick up a  copy a Baseball Prospectus' 2014 edition.

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College Basketball Betting Free Play: Western Kentucky Hilltoppers at Arkansas State Red Wolves

02.10.2014     10:35 AM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno

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Western Kentucky at Arkansas State -3
Recommendation: Arkansas State


Despite the current six-game streak Western Kentucky is on, I prefer the short favorite in a second time around scenario where revenge is applicable. In the first meeting between these teams, Western connected on nine three pointers en-route to a hard fought double overtime 82-77 win as 5-point favorites. That push is obviously a bit misleading since ASU played the Hilltoppers even for 45 minutes on the road. The 27 points earned on three’s is a bit misleading as well since WKU hoisted 31 which resulted in 29% overall from beyond the arc. Where ASU was firmly beaten that night was on the boards as the Hilltoppers posted a 51-37, +14 rebounding edge. Combine that with the fatigue factor of having a shorter bench and the fouling out of starting F Kirk Van Slyke and you can conclude that Arkansas State just had nothing left at the end. Expect tonight to be a different story as the Red Wolves are well rested (haven’t played in a week) and they figure to have starting forward Kendrick Washington (56.2 FG%) back in the lineup (listed as probable). I’m somewhat skeptical Read more



Tags: College Basketball Western Kentucky Hilltoppers Arkansas State Red Wolves Rob Veno




Teddy Covers' Las Vegas Wise Guy Report: College Basketball Pointspread Underachievers

02.10.2014     07:56 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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Last week I wrote about the four best pointspread teams in the country in college hoops this year – Cleveland State, Villanova, Wichita State and Utah. Between the four, they combined to go 7-1 ATS over the past week, continuing to cover spreads even after doing so consistently for the past three months. In other words, the markets still haven’t caught up with these teams.

This week, I’m taking the opposite approach; examining the very worst pointspread teams in all of college basketball. Why are they so bad against the spread? Will they continue to be money losers as February rolls into March? And what statistical profile do these teams have in common that will help us identify them as early as possible next year? Let’s take a look!

I did a version of this column last year at this same time (second week of February). At that time, the single worst pointspread team in all of college basketball was Indiana-Purdue Indianapolis, abbreviated IUPUI. This year, IUPUI isn’t the single worst pointspread team in college hoops only because they’re tied with South Alabama and LaSalle at the bottom of the ATS Read more



Tags: College Basketball IUPUI Jaugars South Alabama Jaguars UCF Knights Notre Dame Fighting Irish Boston College Eagles Pittsburgh Panthers Purdue Boilermakers Teddy Covers




Casinos go after homes of welchers

02.10.2014     07:48 AM     Printer Friendly
A word to the wise; don't run up a big gambling tab at Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun casinos.


“Frankly, I have not heard of any casino company that goes after homes,” said Whittier Law School professor I. Nelson Rose, an international expert on gambling law. “It’s really extreme.”

“The machines spun me around like a merry-go-round,” she said. “I got a lot of credit. It was too much and I couldn’t afford it. I couldn’t pay it back.”











College Basketball Handicapping: Injury Report 2-7-2014

02.07.2014     11:17 AM     Brian Edwards     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Brian Edwards

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After missing seven straight games with a foot injury, Michigan State senior center Adreian Payne returned Thursday night in an 82-67 home win over Penn State at Breslin Center. Payne scored 12 points, grabbed three rebounds, dished out two assists and blocked one shot in 18 minutes of playing time. However, starting guard Keith Appling couldn't go against PSU due to a wrist injury. Appling, who averages 15.0 points and 4.9 assists per game, is 'questionable' for Sunday's game at Wisconsin. Also, Branden Dawson (hand) remains out and isn't expected to be back until early March.

Florida freshman center Chris Walker made his debut in Tuesday's non-covering home win over Missouri. Walker played only seven minutes, scoring four points with a pair of dunks and two blocked shots. Look for his minutes to gradually increase as he becomes more comfortable with what the Gators are running on both ends of the court.

Minnesota leading scorer Andre Hollins returned from a sprained ankle suffered on Jan. 22 to play in Wednesday's 77-74 overtime loss at Purdue. Hollins had missed back-to-back games (both defeats). He played 36 minutes and finished with eight points, four Read more



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