Posted Tuesday, April 14, 2015 05:58 PM
Was Celtics -4 last night now Raptors -1.5, what gives?
Posted Monday, April 13, 2015 09:13 PM
Really, a team 48 games under and a team 40 over having a complete backwards result. How is this possible? The Knicks have been brutal all season but now a win would be like a loss as it would decrease their lottery chances (currently tied with the Timberwolves).
Posted Friday, March 06, 2015 10:50 PM
I thought I had taken the Wizards -4.5, it turns up they lead by as much as 35 (83-48) and only won by 2 (99-97), so they were outscored by 33 (49-16) the rest of the way! Even though they won the game, they lost, not only ATS but in terms of a confidence turnaround. As for my non play that turned out to be great relief that I actually didn't play them, I'm sorry for those who got burned by this sick underachieving team!
Posted Wednesday, March 04, 2015 10:31 PM
Bunch of clowning around, mark my words, if you were to lose this game and miss the playoffs by 1 game then this is the one!
Anyway my Thunder -15 play is dead even with OT
No one ever wins by more than 14 in OT
Posted Wednesday, March 04, 2015 09:18 PM
Go from beating the Warriors to losing to the Hornets... The win against the Warriors must have been the NBA title for the Nets!
Posted Wednesday, March 04, 2015 09:16 PM
So much for that, down by 17 at halftime to the Nuggets who are down right a minor league team!
Posted Wednesday, March 04, 2015 09:15 PM
I take Detroit -13 and Toronto -12 and they both lose SU, (lost by 18 and 17 ATS respectively) then as I result I took the Knicks +4 against SAC at home and the Knicks return to their super horrible selves, losing by 38, 34 ATS!
I don't take Indiana -13 today and they are dismantling the Knicks as expected.
Posted Wednesday, March 04, 2015 04:12 PM
Both teams are 17-12
UMass 10-3 at home, Richmound 3-9 on the road and Richmond is favored, does this make sense? No
UMass +1 should be the winning play
Posted Tuesday, March 03, 2015 11:30 PM
Florida -5 FG, -2 for 2nd half (lead by 3 at half so the same bet except those betters got to see half the game beforehand), lead by 16 with 3 minutes to go, 14 with 2 to go and won by 4 (won 2nd half by 1).
Went 20/38 at the FTL and got beaten 40-28 on the boards, 16-5 offensively. Point shaving rumors flying around.
Posted Saturday, February 28, 2015 11:23 PM
Yesterday it was the Wizards, today it's the Raptors, stick a fork in them they are done. Really? You lost to the minor league Knicks!
Posted Friday, February 27, 2015 09:36 PM
Pistons up 51-33 in the 2nd quarter, come back and they are in a struggle, now down by 1 in the 4th quarter. First Grizzlies/Kings on Wednesday now this game.
Posted Friday, February 27, 2015 09:34 PM
Stick a fork in them, even losing to the 76ers, really?!
Posted Friday, February 20, 2015 10:39 PM
Timberwolves win by 2, they had spreads of -1.5, -2 and -2.5, guess which one I got? Yeah the only one that loses
Posted Saturday, February 14, 2015 02:06 PM
UCLA is a totally different team at home, though the same could be said about a lot of teams. They beat Utah by 10 at home after losing by 32 on the road and have plenty of other samples of losing big on the road and winning a home by double digits. Any reason not to take UCLA -6.5?
Posted Saturday, February 14, 2015 01:42 PM
Oklahoma State only -2.5 @ TCU
Texas A&M only -2 to Florida at home
What am I missing, TCU and Florida have both been awful, TCU in conference play and Florida all season. What is the catch?
Posted Thursday, February 12, 2015 11:06 PM
Haven't scored since over 3 minutes were left in regulation now more than 2 minutes into OT.
Looks like the rare backdoor favorite cover is going to moose my Michigan +7.5 play
Posted Thursday, February 12, 2015 08:49 PM
I'm amazed that game is being treated as non existent given it looked like a lot of people would play it just cause it's on TV, not the reason to make a play but I'm surprised no on is talking about it.
Spread Illinois -7.5 total 123.5
Posted Thursday, February 12, 2015 06:26 PM
why is Florida still -6? Their best player is out, they've been mediocre at best and Ole Miss isn't some brutal opponent. I took Ole Miss +6 a while ago and expected to see the spread drop, instead it's still at 6. I never say this but gift?
Posted Saturday, February 07, 2015 06:29 PM
Pelicans are playing well having won 7 of their last 9, are 6-1 against the East at home and Davis is playing, Bulls have lost 10 of 15 and their defense has been atrocious and they are laying points?!
Pelicans +2 no doubt
Posted Saturday, February 07, 2015 02:42 PM
I thought Oklahoma -4.5 was a slam dunk, I never expected it to go down. Is someone out? Oklahoma won at OK State and demolishedd Texas on the road. Is TCU really going to be tougher than Texas and OK State, I find that hard to believe!
Posted Monday, February 02, 2015 10:13 PM
I didn't take the Clippers game but I still can't believe what I saw, up by 9 with little time left I leave for a minute a next thing I know they lost. As for the Mavs I took them -10 at home against the horrid Timberwolves, they lead by 20 at one point in the 2nd quarter (45-25) but were only up by 7 at halftime and now their lead is down to 4.
Posted Friday, January 30, 2015 10:05 PM
Up by 21 ATS and are going to lose, talk about a night of evil results!
Posted Friday, January 30, 2015 09:13 PM
Posted Friday, January 30, 2015 03:07 PM
Timberwolves favored by 4.5, on the road! I thought Philly +2 was a steal last night and the spread would become pickem or 76ers as the favorite, instead I lost out on 2.5 points (which would suck if Philly loses by 3 or 4, even 2 wouldn't count as a win ATS for me). Unless the home team is missing someone real significant then why is the road team favored in a game between teams are on a simular level? I have no idea why a team as horrible as the Timberwolves would even be laying 1 point on the road let alone almost 5. Philly has looked better than Minnesota lately (though not by much) and won at Minn for their first game of the year. This game is a rematch of Philly's first win after an 0-17 start that prevented them from tying the record. While this doesn't always work out if the home team in a game won on the road earlier in the season against a team of the same level and isn't missing anyone, then why on earth aren't they the favorite? Barring a surprise absence this should be a "wrong team favored" game!
Posted Tuesday, January 13, 2015 02:59 PM
Pretty much determines the play, Cavs +4 if he does, Suns -4 if he is still out.