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College Basketball Handicapping: Eastern Michigan first half betting trend

01.25.2012     06:54 AM         Printer Friendly
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I recently came across an interesting note and trend on a first half money-maker this season. I identified this team and situation early season, but must admit I did not follow through consistently betting the Eastern Michigan totals after a few cashes early season. Many college basketball bettors do not wager on first half lines, but come the second half, bettors often fire away at the adjusted halftime lines. Here’s another situation and streak that may get you to dig deeper into totals, pace ratings and the many ways and opportunities in betting and beating college basketball.

The Eastern Michigan Eagles have produced a remarkable over/under run on first half wagering this season; now 15-0 UNDER the total following last night’s game at Buffalo. What’s interesting is that only one of the 15 lined games had a first half total of 60 or more points, and 9 of the 15 games had a posted total of 122 points or less.  The Eagles record is 9-11 this season but 4-2 in the Western Division of the MAC.

Of the 338 college basketball teams, Eastern Michigan ranks 337th in adjusted tempo and 333rd in adjusted offensive efficiency. The Eagles average Read more


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NBA Handicapping: Cleveland hoping to turn things around at Miami

01.24.2012     07:56 AM     Printer Friendly
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Cleveland at Miami -12.5 O/U 202

The fact the Cleveland has six wins at this point in the season has to be considered a fairly impressive accomplishment. But their last two games looked a lot like last year with a 39-point home loss to the Derrick Rose-less Chicago Bulls and a 27-point road loss to Atlanta. Cleveland has had two days to emotionally recover and is eager for a bounce back performance tonight in Miami.


"We just lost two games by a substantial margin, so our focus is getting back to playing the type of basketball we were playing to start the season," said Gibson, who missed Saturday's game at Atlanta after a death in his extended family. "It's definitely a big game for us -- because of what's happened the last two games. We really want to go out and play well."

"We plan to get it back on track," Gibson said. Read more



Tags: NBA Cleveland Cavaliers Miami Heat




NBA Betting News and Notes 1-23-2012

01.23.2012     11:08 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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We’re nearly a quarter of the way through the lockout shortened NBA season, and there’s no shortage of key personnel or gameplan strategy changes around the league. Let’s take a look at a handful of teams with issues to discuss, concentrating on the notes and quotes that have the potential to make us some money in the days and weeks ahead.

Cleveland – The Cleveland Cavaliers returned home following a relatively successful road trip (3-4 SU, wins at Charlotte, Phoenix and Minnesota), with a miserable two game homestand. First, they lost by ten to Golden State, and they followed it up with a 39 point home loss – the worst home loss in franchise history – to a Bulls team playing without Derrick Rose. Then, the Cavs followed up that ugly blowout loss with another miserable showing the next night, losing by 28 at Atlanta. Obviously, there was a great deal of concern following those dismal showings.

Head coach Byron Scott: "We didn’t react to their physical play whatsoever – besides the whining… We’re going to see what type of men we have. Sometimes it takes hitting rock bottom Read more


Tags: NBA Cleveland Cavaliers Minnesota Timberwolves New Jersey Nets Portland Trail Blazers Toronto Raptors Teddy Covers




A perfect match: Gambling and the Super Bowl

01.23.2012     07:38 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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Publicly, the NFL is among one of the staunchest opponents of legalized gambling. Former commissioner Paul Tagliabue and current commissioner Roger Goodell were instrumental in getting the anti gaming ‘Illegal Internet Gambling Prohibition Act’ attached to the Port Security Bill. The NFL has taken this stance despite the fact that its enormous popularity is, in no small part, due to the prevalence of betting on games.

The hypocrisy of the NFL in regards to betting is almost laughable. The facts, as you will see, clearly show that the league was founded by gamblers for gamblers. From the NFL’s first television appearance in 1939 through the current TV deal that pumps more than three billion dollars per year into the league coffers, the NFL’s popularity rests upon the shoulders of those who wager on the outcome of the games.

Here in the 21st century, the NFL is the most popular and profitable sport in the. NFL owners are among the richest men in the world; franchises are bought and sold for more than half a billion dollars. However, the league’s humble origins were anything but the extravagant bonanza that is the NFL today. Read more


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NBA Betting Stock Watch: Boston Celtics not built for shortened season

01.22.2012     07:24 AM     ER Sports     Printer Friendly
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Sell the Boston Celtics – Last week we discussed how the Denver Nuggets were a perfect fit for the lockout NBA season.  Well, the Celtics are on the complete other end of the spectrum.  They are declining in so many ways and when you add in the lockout, it has become an avalanche of sorts.  Last year, Boston made a huge decision to trade Kendrick Perkins for Jeff Green.  Up until this point, the move has backfired with Green out for the year thus leaving a glaring hole down low.  No question the losses of Perkins and Tony Allen has put more pressure on Boston’s aging veterans.  Another thing to consider is the Celtics are now in their second year without defensive coordinator Tom Thibodeau who has the Chicago Bulls playing the best defense in the league.  The trade rumors surrounding point guard Rajon Rondo certainly don’t help either.  Now, during this lockout season, their huge concerns with age and depth are magnified.  The Big Three of Ray Allen (36 years old), Paul Pierce (34), and Kevin Garnett (35), will be pressed into more minutes with their shallow roster.  Many expect this to perhaps be Read more


Tags: NBA Boston Celtics Erin Rynning




NCAA Basketball Betting Preview: UConn Huskies at Tennessee Volunteers

01.21.2012     07:34 AM     Printer Friendly
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Connecticut at Tennessee

This will be a difficult task for the Vols who will be excited about playing this national power on their home floor but may be doing so at the wrong time. Unlike the other two non-conference underdogs, the situation doesn’t hold any advantage for Tennessee. Connecticut is looking forward to this quick turnaround so they can gain a bit of redemption after Wednesday’s night’s home upset loss to Cincinnati. Meanwhile, Tennessee is off an overtime heartbreaker at Georgia where they led inside of a minute during regulation and OT. Connecticut has sorely missed the scoring and defense of freshman guard Ryan Boatwright the past couple of games and overall their offense has really sputtered scoring 70 points just once in seven Big East games. The Boatwright saga continues to be unresolved (what a mess, mom dumps boyfriend who proceeds to tell NCAA everything he knows out of spite toward her) and it could be right up until game Read more


Tags: College Basketball UConn Huskies Tennessee Volunteers Rob Veno




SEC Basketball Betting News and Notes 1-20-2012

01.20.2012     01:33 PM     Alatex Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Alatex Sports

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The SEC race is shaping up as a two-team sprint after the first three weeks of conference play. Kentucky and Vanderbilt are the front runners with everyone else falling back into the pack. The Wildcats and Commodores could not be any more different, with Kentucky made up of all freshmen and sophomores while Vandy gets its production from upperclassmen.  Vanderbilt also does not get the respect from bettors and oddsmakers that Kentucky does, although that may change after the Commodores dominated Alabama in Tuscaloosa last night. I doubt that we will see Vandy getting five points on the road anymore unless it is at Kentucky.  On the other hand, Kentucky continues to struggle as road chalk in conference play, winning but failing to cover at Auburn and Tennessee.

I expect more of the same from Kentucky this season. Last year, they had a different group of freshmen, but they displayed the same characteristics on the road in SEC play. Everyone in the league gets up to play Kentucky, so they always get their opponents’ best effort. Freshmen are still freshmen, whether they are future first round picks or not, and I’ll be looking for chances to play against Read more


Tags: College Basketball Brent Crow




Saturday NCAA Basketball Betting Preview: Maryland Terrapins at Temple Owls

01.20.2012     11:41 AM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno

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Maryland at Temple

Game being played at The Palestra at 11 am local (ESPNU) which could add to the flat spot for Temple. Off of a tough three game Atlantic-10 stretch in which the Owls won as a +9.5 point underdog at St. Louis, came up short three days later at Richmond and then edged out Big Five rival LaSalle, it would be understandable if they weren’t fully focused. There is word that Temple’s starting center Michael Eric will return for this contest which means there could be some non-cohesive minutes when he is on the floor. It would be a great spot to gradually work Eric back into the rotation. If Temple is unaffected by the situational spot here, they could win this game easily because the fundamentals are all in their favor. Temple guards Ramon Moore and Khalif Wyatt are almost impossible to defend man-to-man and point guard Juan Fernadez is as smooth a leader as you’ll find. Maryland’s 5-11 point machine Terrell Stoglin is carrying Read more


Tags: College Basketball Maryland Terrapins Temple Owls Rob Veno




College Hoops Free Pick: Illinois Fighting Illini at Penn State Nittany Lions

01.19.2012     07:24 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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Illinois at Penn State +3.5 O/U 123.5
Recommendation: Penn State


It has been quite a turnaround for Illinois of late. Less than a month ago, this team had the look of a .500 team in Big Ten play. But three straight close wins, including a 79-74 victory over Ohio State has the Illini atop the league standings. The win over the Buckeyes was particularly intriguing because Illinois got 43 points from Brandon Paul and as a team shot 60% from the floor and 61% from three. Prior to that, Illinois was hard-pressed to shoot 45% in game. Regardless, off a monster win, and in first place...and with Wisconsin on deck, the Illini take a trip to face 9-10, 1-5 Penn State. The Nittany Lions are not a good basketball team, but they've shown me enough to think they could give Illinois some trouble. PSU beat Purdue on this floor by 20 and battled Indiana to a six-point loss. Note that Illinois may be 15-3 but winning by margin hasn't come easy. They beat Cornell by four, Read more


Tags: College Basketball Illinois Fighting Illini Penn State Nittany Lions Andrew Lange




College Basketball Betting: Analyzing close pointspread results Part II

01.19.2012     06:53 AM         Printer Friendly
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Continuing our analysis of close pointspread results, there has been over 500 games thus far in January, and 40% of the games landed within five points of the betting line and 10% within one point of the line. If fact, 16 of the 18 games January 16-17 landed within five points of the betting line, and last Saturday it was a remarkable 48 of 99 games! As previously mentioned, regardless of your level of handicapping ability, long term results of these close ATS games should produce close to 50% ATS winners and losers. Yet we’ve been suffering though many close losses in January, now 7-16 on those close contests. We’ll continue to evaluate the results, stats and match-ups, and work to become even more proficient in pointspread prognosis in our never ending pursuit of profit. With that, the unfortunate results and negative random variance should subside.

Despite a solid base using good power ratings and adjusting those during the season, there is so much more to the puzzle and preparing your pointspread Read more


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