Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Atlanta Clippers OVER 186.5 (192) REST3 (Lose 95-88)
Washington Toronto OVER 190.5 (195) REST2 (Win 122-83)
New York Utah OVER 206 (200.5) REST3(Lose 100-89)

Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Detroit Indiana UNDER 193.5 (197.5) REST7 (Lose 110-104)
Boston Miami UNDER 186 (190) REST5(Lose 117-87)

Sunday, January 27, 2008

New York Golden State UNDER 216.5 (205) REST5(Win 106-104)

Friday, January 25, 2008

Milwaukee Toronto OVER 195 (194.5) REST3 (Lose 106-75)
Philadelphia New York UNDER 195 (192.5) REST6(Win 89-81)

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Phoenix Minnesota OVER 214.5 (205) REST3(Win 117-107)

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

New Jersey Sacramento UNDER 202 (196) REST5 (Lose 128-94)
Phoenix Milwaukee OVER 214 (205) REST3(Win 114-105)

Monday, January 21, 2008

Denver Lakers UNDER 226 (210) REST6 (Win 116-99)
Cleveland Miami UNDER 186.5 (194.5) REST6(Lose 97-90)

Saturday, January 19, 2008

Toronto Philadelphia OVER 189.5 (191) REST2 (Win 99-95)
Memphis Charlotte OVER 206.5 (201) REST2 (Lose 105-87)
Golden State Milwaukee OVER 214.5 (205) REST4 (Win 119-99)
Detroit Chicago OVER 185.5 (190.5) REST2 (Lose 97-81
Seattle Dallas UNDER 202.5 (199.5) REST6 (Lose 111-96)

Friday, January 18, 2008

Seattle Memphis UNDER 215.5 (204) REST5(Lose 124-100)

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Chicago Miami UNDER 189.5 (192) REST6 (Lose 126-96.....Bulls shoot out of their fucking minds)
New York New Jersey OVER 190.5 (192) REST3(Win 111-105)

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Washington New York OVER 192 (195) REST3(Win 105-93)

Monday, January 14, 2008

Denver Charlotte UNDER 209.5(201.5) REST5 (Lose 119-116)
Philadelphia San Antonio UNDER 187 (189.5) REST5(Win 89-82)

Saturday, January 12, 2008

Orlando Utah UNDER 212 (204) REST5 (Lose 119-115)
Boston Washington OVER 188.5 (192.5) REST2 (Lose 85-78)
Indiana Sacramento UNDER 209 (203) REST5(Lose 111-105)

Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Houston New York OVER 187.5 (192) REST2 (Win 101-92)
Philadelphia Toronto OVER 187.5 (190) REST3 (Win 109-96)
Cleveland Atlanta UNDER 188 (192) REST5 (Win 90-81)
Detroit Dallas UNDER 189 (193) REST7(Win 102-86)

Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Knicks Chicago UNDER 191 (193) REST6 (Lose 105-100)
Indiana Utah UNDER 212 (205.5) REST5 (Win 111-89)
Houston Washington UNDER 189.5 (193) REST5(Win 92-84)

Saturday, January 05, 2008

Boston Detroit OVER 181.5 (188) REST2(Lose 92-85)

Friday, January 04, 2008

Philadelphia Lakers UNDER 200 (198) REST7(Lose 124-93)

Thursday, January 03, 2008

Kansas Virginia Tech OVER 51--------------Good enough run defenses on both teams to expect passing. (Lose 24-21.....3 fucking missed field goals, 1 missed TD by Kansas after they got to the 1-yard line and 1 go-for-it-on-4th-down-and-not-make-it by Kansas on the VT 22-yard line when they should have kicked a field goal.)

Seattle Phoenix UNDER 218 (207.5) REST7(Win 104-96)

Wednesday, January 02, 2008

New Jersey Orlando UNDER 198.5 (198) REST6 (Win 96-95)
Detroit Washington UNDER 192.5 (193.5) REST6 (Lose 106-93)
Milwaukee Miami UNDER 194 (194.5) REST6 (Lose 103-98)
Atlanta Cleveland UNDER 185 (192) REST8(Lose 98-92)

Tuesday, January 01, 2008

ILLINOIS +14.5 (-120)(Game of The Year) over Usc-----------Did somebody forget that Illinois beat Ohio State? First of all, Illinois has not gotten blown out by anybody(and they've played Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio State, Penn State AND Missouri). Usc's rushing defense is statistically good---and Illinois is a rushing team-----but look at what happened when Usc played Oregon: Oregon rushed for 186 yards and beat them. Ohio State has a good rushing defense but look what Illinois did: 250 rushing yards against Ohio State. Illinois is good and has to be VERY pumped up to be in the Rose Bowl(while Usc plays in this bowl almost every year). So why didnt Illinois beat Michigan if they are so good? They got penalized for 107 total yards. That shouldnt happen again. Is USC that good? Well, they beat Washington(a terrible team) by only 3 points; they lost to Oregon and Stanford(a JOKE of a team). They beat ASU by 20(a good win) but ASU went and lost by 20 to Texas in their bowl. They beat Arizona by 7(not too impressive). Let's look at USC's non-conference schedule: Notre Dame(a joke), Nebraska(a joke) and Idaho(a joke). BCLI lost big last year betting against USC late in the season but I am not backing down: this is a great bet and is the game of the year. (Lose 49-17.....Ridiculous turnovers as Illinois is about to score; Darkie-QB-in-a-big-game dooms me again)

TENNESSEE -1.5 over Wisconsin-----------Tenn has been erratic but they have beaten Arkansas, Georgia, South Carolina and Kentucky......good teams and they also played LSU pretty close. What good teams has Wisconsin beaten: Michigan and Michigan State. That's not impressive, nor is Wisconsin's road record (0-5 ATS), nor is their season record (4-7 ATS) (Win 21-17)

GEORGIA -2 over Hawaii teased with MISSOURI +3 over Arkansas-----------Georgia has played plenty of good teams(tho not LSU) and they've only lost twice. Hawaii has played all bad teams and just barely beat many of them(San Jose State took them to OT). MAJOR strength of schedule difference. Missouri has a tremendous QB advantage and, with a statistically strong rush defense, they have a good chance to shut down McFadden, who constitutes about 75% of the quality of Arkansas' team. Arkansas has lost to Alabama, Auburn, Kentucky and Tennessee and beaten LSU in their last game. The LSU win was so spectacular, so improbable and so dependent on high-risk trickeration plays that I see it as an anomaly. There could be a let-down for Arkansas here after that lucky-ass, 'game of the century' type game. Missouri, on the other hand, is coming off a loss in their big game with Oklahoma and should have the motivation edge knowing they need to redeem themselves(Win by 29 and 34)