Results and Track Records


12 consecutive days of profits. In an ironic twist, the best bets went a stellar 4-0 ATS in the NBA while the four best bets in NCAA Basketball went 1-3 ATS. NHL win streak took a break as well with a single losing bet. Tuesday’s results went 5-4 with a modest profit being made.

·      The Cavs had a huge 105-104 win over the Celtics covering the spread by 9.5 points. With 8:42 seconds left in the 4th quarter the Celtics achieved their game-high 20-point lead 81-71. The loss marked the second time this season that the Celtics entered the fourth with a double-digit lead and lost the game. The win marked the first time this season that the Cavs trailed by double-digits entering the fourth quarter and won the game. It also marked the fourth time in nine occurrences over the past 10 seasons that the Celtics blew a double-digit lead to the Cavs.

·      Another huge underdog, the Suns at +8.5 points defeated the Nuggets 117-107 in overtime. Despite needing overtime to win the game, the Suns never trailed ATS.


·      The Rockets were 7.5-point home favorite and defeated the Spurs 114-101. The Spurs were seeking the upset road win leading 53-47 at the break, but the Rockets made the adjustments and outscored the Spurs 67-48.

·      The easiest win of the night came by way of the Pelicans dominating 139-98 win and 32.5-point ATS cover over the Toronto Raptors. The Pelicans outscored the Raptors in every quarter and led by 23 points at the break. The game marked the 7th time this season that the Pelicans outscored a foe in every quarter ranking tied for 4th in the Association with the 76ers. The Celtics lead the Association in this category with 12 games followed by the Thunder (9) and the Clippers (8).

·      Betting Under 164.5 points in the Purdue vs Illinois game won easily as Purdue defeated Illinois 77-71.

·      Western Michigan was a losing bet as a 1.5-point home favorite and lost 73-65 to Bowling Green in MAC action. The game was tightly contested with BGU posting a largest cover of 9.5 points and WMU posting a largest 3.5-point cover. WMU was only covering the spread in 24% of the game.

·      The worst bet of the night by margin was a 55.5-point loss betting the Under as Austin Peay defeated UNF 101-98 in overtime. At the end of regulation the two teams were knotted at 87 points each. 

·      DePaul forgot that each half is 20-minutes in length apparently as they started out with a 26-point deficit at the half and lost to St. Johns 104-77 and failed to cover the spread by 5.5 points. St. Johns led by just two points with under 8 minutes to go in the first half and then went on a 30-6 scoring run to end the half.

·      The Kings took a tough 2-1 overtime loss to the Canucks Tuesday.