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Doug Upstone – Weekend Trend and Line Moves report

Written by Tony George on March 6, 2015 shutterstock_31532656

By Doug Upstone   If you’re a basketball fan who follows the NBA odds and likes to watch to see how your sports picks perform, not having the Cavaliers and Hawks on ESPN tonight has to be disappointing. Don’t worry; we’ll cover it for you, along with another NBA contest, plus a Big 12 battle and the collisions on the ice. Also, we’ll look ahead at the big games of the weekend.  Like we say every day, understanding line moves can build your bankroll. (414-366 L145D)   NBA – (811) CLEVELAND at (812) ATLANTA 7:35 ET  FS-OH, SPSO   Though both these Eastern Conference squads are more known for defense, those placing NBA picks are attacking the sportsbooks total of 200 and have jettisoned it to 202.5. Though the makeup of Cleveland’s roster is vastly different from the past few seasons, these two clubs are 8-2 OVER. What is... 

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UPDATED DAILY – Ohio Valley Tourney Friday Winners

Written by Tony George on March 6, 2015 Ohio Valley

By Pool – A Expert Sports Forum Poster and a friend of TGS – An Ohio Valley Expert     MOREHEAD (5)  VS  MURRAY ST. (1) Morehead’s short run in the tournament end’s tonight. Murray has been waiting a year since getting upset by EKU in last year’s tournament. This will be the third game in three day’s for Morehead while Murray has been waiting for their chance at redemption. This is the game where I think fatigue start’s to play apart in the outcome. Murray is not the team I would want to go up against with fatigue setting in. The conference designed this tournament format so it would be almost impossible for a 5 thru 8 seed to win it. These team’s met once this year with the Racer’s winning 66-57 at Morehead. I think the Racer’s pull away in the second half and extend... 

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Tony George – Mid-Major Team Rankings for March Madness

Written by Tony George on March 3, 2015 bball

  By Tony George    March is here, let the Madness begin.  A week left in the regular season, then numerous conference tourneys to breakdown and then the all mighty Big Dance, the March Madness Tourney itself.  While arguments galore approach about who is in, who is out, bubble teams, the RPI ratings and etc., the only thing I am worried about is not the office pool bracket, or the survivor pool I will be in, but the Las Vegas Line aspect is where my career path takes me.  Last year I did it better than most anyone banking a 72% ATS record out of 46 selections in conference tourneys (almost unheard of in this day and age and my best effort ever)  in March Madness including the NIT, which I love to handicap every year as well.  That ranked me #1 at Sportswatch, a respected monitoring service, so again the homework for this year’s... 

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Teddy Covers: Who has what it takes to win the Big Dance Part I

Written by Tony George on March 2, 2015 th (3)

By Teddy Covers    Couresty of    History shows us many things about what it takes to be a champion.  I write this article every year, and in every year except for two, I have been able to identify the eventual NCAA National Champion among my elite level teams.   Both exceptions were the same team – UConn – making miracle runs to win the title as prohibitive longshots. Last year, the Huskies were on the ropes in their tourney opener against St Joe’s, needing a late rally just to send the game to overtime.  Three weeks later, they cut down the nets as national champs at Jerry’s World in Arlington.  I didn’t see it coming.  Neither did the betting markets, with UConn priced in the 100:1 longshot range prior to the tournament.  And if a longshot like that wins every coinflip game in the tourney this... 

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Doug Upstone – Line Moves and Top Trends – Weekend Edition

Written by Tony George on February 27, 2015 bball

By Doug Upstone   We send February out the door and welcome in March Madness beginning Sunday. This weekend, those devising sports picks in the various sports will have their hands full trying to beat the sportsbooks. For starters, we will cover the line moves for today and look ahead to the big basketball games of the weekend which will capture the attention of those studying the betting odds. Like we say every day, understanding line moves can build your bankroll. (402-352 L140D)   NBA – (805) NEW YORK at (806) DETROIT 7:35 ET  MSG, FS-D   With the Knicks averaging 89.8 points a game during their eight-game losing, those placing NBA picks had no problem lowering the total from 196.5 to 194. New York has few places to turn to stretch the nylon and Detroit has been improved on defense allowing only 92.8 PPG in their last five outings.... 

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2015 NFL Season Wins Totals

Written by Steve Rich on February 27, 2015 1456644_638727102856811_390390225_n

CG Technology was the first to release season win totals for the NFL.  Here is a look at the early win totals at their release on Feb. 13th.  It is very early to actually make a play with the NFL draft  still a full two months away.  I like to take a look at these, watch the lines move, but have never pulled the trigger on a season win total this early.  There simply remain too many unknowns at this time of year to accurately decide I have an edge on a team total for the season unless something is way out of whack and let’s face it, the oddsmakers aren’t usually too far off the mark.   This is the time of year when teams lie and try to deceive all other teams and the media to ensure the draft choice they want is on the board when they draft.  Most of the country is frozen, and ready for springtime and  baseball to start.  Since... 

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Doug Upstone – Line Moves and Top Trends for Thursday

Written by Tony George on February 26, 2015 383871_259572364109424_577457113_n

    By Doug Upstone   Sports bettors following the NBA odds are basically satisfied with the numbers on the two TNT games tonight and for the most part the NHL tonight with their large slate of action. College basketball has a great deal more action with their betting odds and we have four games for you to consider. Like we say every day, understanding line moves can build your bankroll. (401-349 L139D)   CBB – (507) MINNESOTA at (508) MICHIGAN STATE 7:00 ET  BTN   The total on this Big Ten battle has sunk like the Detroit Lions opinion of Reggie Bush, from 135 to -131.5. You don’t have to be a college basketball handicapper to understand why either. Minnesota averages 81.2 points per game in the chilly Twin Cities but goes absolutely frigid on the road all the way down to 62.3 PPG. Michigan State is starting to come together... 

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Doug Upstone: Line Moves and Top Trends – Weekend Edition

Written by Tony George on February 20, 2015 dreamstime_s_3312433

By Doug Upstone   For those placing sports picks at sportsbooks, the world is back to normal for the third weekend in February with a full slate of NBA odds to choose along with college hoops and the NHL. Here is look a line moves for today and some of the biggest games of the weekend. Like we say every day, understanding line moves can build your bankroll. (390-344 L135D)   NBA – (805) TORONTO at (806) ATLANTA  7:35 ET SN1, SPSO   This will be the fourth meeting between the teams with the best records in the Eastern Conference. The attention on this matchup has focused on the total, which has gone from 203.5 to 206. In the first two meetings the two squads easily went over the total with final scores of 211 and 241. Back on Jan. 15, the betting odds total of 206.5 was too high as Atlanta was defensive-minded in a 110-89 victory.... 

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Tony George – Daytona 500 Picks

Written by Tony George on February 20, 2015 NASCAR

By Tony George The granddaddy of them all in NASCAR kicks off Sunday at 1:30 EST, and it has been a wild and wacky week in South Florida, and the climactic qualifying races were on Thursday Night in the Bud 150 Duels 150.  60 Laps to race your way in, and there were some wrecks, surprises and feel good stories for smaller teams.  Ty Dillon, Ryan Blaney, Reed Sorenson, Landon Cassil, and my friend JJ Yeley all raced their way in, and some good starting pots as well.  Of course Danika Patrick wrecked her second car of the week but managed to get in. As you bring the Las Vegas perspective into play this weekend, bear in mind this is a restrictor plate race, which levels the playing field, the kind of race big money teams like Johnson and Gordon and other prominent drivers who have huge sponsor backing that dominate the headlines weekly, simply... 

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Tony George: Handicapping Sports – Basic Math or Instinct?

Written by Tony George on February 18, 2015 Las-Vegas-Sportsbook

By Tony George     The answer to the question that is the headline of this article is BOTH.  As a professional handicapper of 23 years I have seen the sports betting marketplace evolve into a very tough business that requires both, math skills, some luck, resources, and an intangible item that not everyone has, Instinct.  I also will add in another term, “experience” which leads into Instinct.  You cannot put a price tag on these 2 main ingredients for success in both handicapping and betting on games.  Handicapping a game against the Las Vegas line is a tedious process that requires math, but experience and knowledge plays a part with any successful sports bettor.   The world of bookmaking has evolved into such a statistical science that it is solely computer driven, meaning very sharp numbers, that the old school way of getting... 

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