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Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Feb 22, 2020
Virginia vs Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh
+3½ -110 at BMaker
Won
$100
Play Type: Top Premium

8* Pittsburgh (12:00 ET): I’ve been through before how this simply isn’t the same caliber Virginia team compared to the one that cut the nets down last April. This Cavaliers team, while still playing the same caliber defense we’re used to seeing from a Tony Bennett outfit, is just horrendous offensively. Consider that this year’s team actually ranks spot HIGHER in defensive efficiency compared to last season. But offensively, they’ve fallen from 2nd to 212th. They are averaging only 56.2 PPG on the road. 

Then again, Pitt is not exactly tearing it up in the ACC this year either. The Panthers come into Saturday on a three-game losing streak. The most recent setback came Tuesday when they lost by 15 at Florida State. Most of their ACC wins have come against teams located at the bottom of the conference standings. Those three straight losses have all come by double digits. As a result, I expect a desperate team to bring its ‘A’ game here. 

Despite only losing once (to Louisville) in its last eight games, Virginia still fails to crack my top 40 nationally and right now is still considered a “bubble team” for the NCAA Tournament. This is the first meeting of the year with Pitt. They’ve mostly handled Pitt through the years, but I continue to worry about this group’s ability to score. Averaging so few points makes it increasingly difficult to cover as a favorite and sure enough the Hoos are 4-13 ATS this year vs. winning teams. 8* Pittsburgh

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Feb 22, 2020
Cal-Irvine vs CS-Northridge
OVER 149 -105 Won
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10* Over UC Irvine/CS Northridge (10:00 ET): UC Irvine has been the dominant team out in the Big West the last two seasons. Last year, the Anteaters went 15-1 SU in conference play and 31-6 SU overall. They’re not nearly that dominant this season, but still have only lost two conference games and come into Saturday having won three straight. Thursday saw them avenge one of those two Big West defeats as they easily handled Long Beach State, winning that game 70-55 as 15-point favorites (so it was a push). 

CS Northridge was a team seemingly “left for dead” at one point as the Matadors started their season with seven consecutive losses. They are 11-9 SU since, but just got blitzed by UC Davis on Thursday, losing 110-98! No there wasn’t any overtime involved to get to that final score. Both teams shot almost 60% from the game and were a combined 25 of 44 on three-point attempts. While we shouldn’t expect that level of shooting again, it would require a pretty substantial dropoff for this one to go Under. 

UC Irvine’s last four games have all gone Under as they’ve held the opposition to just over 60 PPG. But that’s going to be hard to do here as CS Northridge averages more than 80 PPG at home. Of course, you should also expect UC Irvine to score it’s “fair share” as Northridge is giving up almost 80 PPG for the season. This is the first meeting of the year and what’s interesting for UC Irvine is that the majority of their first meetings w/ conference opponents this year have gone Over. 10* Over UC Irvine/CS Northridge

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Feb 22, 2020
Michigan vs Purdue
Purdue
-3 -109 at GTBets
Lost
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10* Purdue (2:00 ET): Purdue has been one of the most confounding teams in the entire country this season. Thought by many (including me!) to be among the top 25 teams in the entire country, the Boilermakers have suffered 13 defeats and are now in serious danger of failing to qualify for the NCAA Tournament. At 14-13 SU overall, winning out between now and the Big 10 Tournament may be a necessity, especially in light of three straight losses. It’s obviously a “must win” today vs. Michigan. 

The Wolverines went from unranked at the start of the season to as high as #4 in the polls. Clearly, they were underestimated with an unproven HC (Juwan Howard), but it was laughable to me that they were ever considered the 4th best team in the country. They got that high on the strength of an impressive early season showing in the Bahamas. While beating Gonzaga still looks impressive, the win over UNC (who was #6 at the time - HA!) definitely isn’t. 

The Wolverines just handed Rutgers its first home loss of the season, 60-52 on Wednesday. They were 3.5-pt dogs in that game and it was their fourth consecutive win - SU and ATS. Two of those four wins have been as underdogs, but I don’t see them pulling the trick in B2B games as Purdue is about as desperate as it gets here. The Boilermakers are still 10-3 SU when playing at home and 12-4 SU as a favorite. We’re getting a great discounted price on them today. Trust me. 10* Purdue

Matchup Selection W/L
NBA  |  Feb 22, 2020
Nets vs Hornets
Nets
-3 -109 at GTBets
Won
$100
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10* Brooklyn (7:05 ET): The Nets’ future prospects for the remainder of this season were dealt a severe blow earlier this week when it was announced Kyrie Irving won’t be returning from shoulder surgery. The Nets are currently in 7th place in the Eastern Conference and should still make the playoffs despite the fact their two big free agent acquisitions (Irving and Kevin Durant) played a total of 20 games this year (0 for Durant). The fortunate thing for Brooklyn is that there’s a pretty large gap between them and 9th place (currently 5 games). 

Charlotte is one of the teams hoping to benefit from the Nets now being short-handed. Thursday saw the Hornets win for a third straight time (all as road underdogs) as they beat Chicago 103-93. But they are still 6.5 games back of the Nets and 4.5 games back of 8th place Orlando. While it was impressive that the Hornets won in Chicago, even with leading scorer Devonte Graham being held scoreless, make no mistake about it -- this is one of the worst teams in the entire league according to point differential. The Hornets -7.0 PPG differential is currently tied for 4th worst.

The Nets did lose Thursday in Philadelphia, but that’s a tough place to play. The Sixers have the league’s best home record. They pushed as eight-point dogs, but are still 7-1-1 ATS their L9 games. Remember that w/o Irving they snapped Toronto’s 15-game win streak right before the All-Star Break. The remaining cast for the Nets is better than you think and the Hornets are only 8-16 SU at home. 10* Brooklyn

Matchup Selection W/L
NHL  |  Feb 22, 2020
Blue Jackets vs Predators
Predators
-144 at pinnacle
Won
$100
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8* Nashville (8:05 ET): Columbus might still technically have a hold on the second Wild Card spot in the Eastern Conference, but it’s a tenuous one at best and they are sinking fast with a seven-game losing streak. Now four of those Blue Jackets’ losses have taken place after regulation has ended, the most recent being Thursday’s OT loss at home vs. Philly, which was really crucial as it allowed the Flyers to move two points up on them in the standings. My view is that you simply can’t back this club right now. 

Nashville is also fighting for its playoff life. They are two points back of the Wild Card over in the Western Conference, but competing against quite a number of teams (same as C-bus in the East). The Predators, like the Blue Jackets, aren’t exactly in top form coming into Saturday. They’ve lost two straight, scoring just one goal against both Carolina and Chicago. Last night’s 2-1 loss in the Windy City was my 10* Total of the Month (Under). That had more to do w/ the Blackhawks’ recent scoring slump though. It did surprise me that the Preds were able to score only one goal in an OT loss. 

At home, the Preds’ gpg average actually declines greatly. But there are three things working in their favor for this game. One is that they also allow a far fewer number of goals per game at home. Two is that the Bridgestone Arena has been Columbus’ least favorite place to visit through the years as their all-time record here is a pathetic 9-35 SU! Lastly, over the L5 games, the Blue Jackets have allowed a total of 20 goals. 8* Nashville

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