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Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Feb 20, 2018
Akron vs Bowling Green
Akron
+7 -115 at pinnacle
Won
$100
Play Type: Top Premium

8* Akron (7:00 ET): We haven't checked in on the MAC much this season, but a quick glance at the standings reveals both divisions are essentially "sewn up" w/ Buffalo taking the East and Toledo likely to do the same in the West. Only one other team is above .500 in conference play and that's Ball State. So for Akron and Bowling Green, the only goal at this point is to win next month's conference tournament in Cleveland. Akron would also like a repeat of what they did to BG back on January 13th at the James A. Rhodes Arena and that's win. It was an 80-78 victory as 3.5-pt favorites. Curious that despite the non-cover, we've seen the line adjusted so much. As I'll get into, that has a lot to do w/ recent ATS performance, which we can exploit here. Take the points. 

Akron has won just one of its last seven games. They're also 1-5 ATS L6. But they also came into that 1st matchup w/ Bowling Green on a three-game losing streak. Overall, the Zips have really had the Falcons number, taking 26 of the last 28 meetings. This is considered a real "down year" in LeBron's hometown as this team is used to competing for MAC Championships. Saturday's 78-68 loss to rival Kent State was perhaps the most disappointing result of the year as the Zips shot just 39.1% from the floor and lost to a team that had dropped its four previous games. Incredibly, Akron has not won a single time away from home this season (0-12!), including 0-9 in "true" road games. But tonight they'll be facing a team that gives up plenty of points and is unaccustomed to the role of favorite. 

Bowling Green enters this game on a six-game ATS win streak. But they did lose Saturday, 95-82 to Buffalo (covered as 14-pt dogs). They trailed by as many as 17 in the 1H and had no answer for the Bulls defensively. Buffalo shot 60 percent from three-point range (12 of 20), essentially giving the Falcons little chance to catch up. Bowling Green is giving up 77.4 points per game this year, which is a lot (221st in points allowed), and it's worth noting that the only time they were favored in this 6-0 ATS stretch saw them -1 against Kent State. Overall, this will be just the fourth time that they are favored in MAC play this season and sixth time overall. After scoring 80+ pts the previous game, they are 1-4 ATS this season. 8* Akron

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Feb 20, 2018
Mississippi State vs Texas A&M
Texas A&M
-6½ -109 at 5Dimes
Lost
$109.0
Play Type: Top Premium

10* Texas A&M (7:00 ET): There's definitely been a bit of a "fall from grace" for A&M since SEC play began as the team is just 6-8 SU in games played in 2018. They are coming off B2B losses, both on the road, as short dogs to Missouri and Arkansas. Yet, they are still considered as a "safe bet" for the Big Dance next month and digging through the numbers, it's easy to see why. First off, they remain in the top 10 nationally in defensive efficiency. That's something that can carry a team a long way in March. Secondly, there's a good chance they could be favored in each of their four remaining games. So even though they are an ugly NINTH in the SEC right now, look for that to improve by the end of the regular season. Lay the points here.

On Tuesday, it will be Mississippi State that comes calling to College Station. The Bulldogs just whacked rival Ole Miss on Saturday, 79-62 as 7.5-pt favorites, for their seventh consecutive cover. However, it hasn't exactly been the most challenging SEC gauntlet for them. They've avoided Auburn, Tennessee, Florida, Kentucky and Arkansas, who collectively I believe are the top five teams in the conference. A&M would be 6th for me. Note that just one game separates third from eighth place in this league right now. Note that the win over Ole Miss did not come w/o some attrition. Aric Holman, one of the Bulldogs' three double digit scorers, injured his leg and is questionable to play tonight. His absence here would be significant.

Given A&M's defensive prowess, don't look for MSU to come anywhere close to shooting 56.4% like it did vs. Ole Miss. Visitors to College Station are shooting only 38.0% from the field this season. While they're 17-1 SU in Starkville, Mississippi State is only 2-7 SU otherwise (road/neutral site games) w/ one of those two wins coming at a neutral setting. A&M is outscoring opponents by 13.8 PPG at home so far. Saturday's loss at Arkansas was arguably the worst showing by the Aggies all season and something they'll be eager to bounce back from. Something else to note about A&M is that they are third in the country (1st in SEC) in rebounding margin. This is a team that won at Auburn less than two weeks ago and also beat Kentucky by 11 on this floor. They're simply a much better team than MSU. 10* Texas A&M

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Feb 20, 2018
Rhode Island vs La Salle
La Salle
+7 -103 at 5Dimes
Won
$100
Play Type: Top Premium

8* LaSalle (7:00 ET): Going into Friday, Rhode Island had the nation's longest win streak and was one of two teams in the country that could still claim to having a perfect (SU) conference record. Well, both of those things are no more after losing to St. Bonaventure, 77-74 as two-point favorites. Tonight is a tricky spot as they're a road fave for a second straight game and laying a pretty big number to boot. LaSalle has certainly had its fair share of struggles at the pay window this season (8-16-2 ATS overall), particularly of late as they've failed to cover 11 of their previous 12 games. But there's no denying the Explorers will be "up" for their biggest A-10 home game of the season. I'm taking the points as URI is primed for a letdown.

Before facing the Bonnies, Rhode Island had won 16 in a row. They remain ranked this week, at #18, but I think that's far too high as this isn't even one of the top 25 teams in the country (my opinion). They lost to St. Bonaventure despite holding them to 38.1% shooting. The A-10 is very weak this year as the only way it gets multiple bids in the NCAA Tournament is if someone besides URI wins the conference tourney. The Rams did beat LaSalle last month, but pushed as 12-pt favorites (won 74-62). Looking at that line for the first matchup, it's clear that the oddsmakers have adjusted. But why? It's not as if LaSalle was blown out the first time. I can only suspect that it's because the Rams are off a loss, and thus there's an anticipation of a "bounce back." But that's no guarantee.

There's also a key factor worth noting from that first matchup. LaSalle was w/o the A-10's leading scorer B.J. Johnson. He's been back for the L10 games and averaged 18.9 PPG. He's been in double figures all 10 games. For the year, Johnson averages 20.5 points and 8.0 rebounds per game. So his absence was definitely key to the Explorers losing by 12 in that first meeting. Since his return, the team is 4-1 SU at home. All four Rhode Island losses this season have come out on the road. Though they did not cover Saturday, LaSalle did win SU on Saturday, 69-62 over George Mason. They did have to rally from a 13-pt halftime deficit as GMU shot better than 60% in the 1H. Still, being able to win (by seven!) despite all that is impressive. 8* LaSalle.

Matchup Selection W/L
NHL  |  Feb 20, 2018
Kings vs Jets
Jets
-165 at pinnacle
Lost
$165.0
Play Type: Top Premium

10* Over Kings/Jets (8:05 ET): The Kings failed to deliver me an Over bet last night, but I'm sure that was the last thing on their mind as they beat the Blackhawks 3-1. That much needed win pulled them into a fourth place tie w/ Calgary in the Pacific as well as kept them on pace in the playoff hunt. There's two ways the Kings can get into the playoffs. Finishing in the top three in the division would guarantee them a spot (they're currently two points back of Anaheim) or there's the Wild Card (they're currently two points back of Minnesota). They have a better goal differential than both of those teams, not to mention all but three teams in the entire Western Conference. Problem is, they'll be facing one of those three tonight, on the road no less.

Winnipeg is not an easy place to win at. The Jets have the league's best home record (23-5-2) and have won three in a row here, all in dominant fashion. They've outscored Washington, Colorado and Florida by a combined score 17-6 over the last week and it's certainly important to note that this will be their sixth straight home game overall while LA is playing its seventh straight on the road. This is the last game of the respective homestand/road trip for each. So it's easy to see why the Jets come in as such prohibitive favorites. But the price does seem a bit inflated, so I won't be taking them either.

Rather, it's back to Over w/ the Kings tonight. Typically a "third period team," the Kings scored all three of their goals last night in the first two periods and held on for a 3-1 victory. They now rank 2nd in the league in goals allowed per game (2.5) and have the third best penalty killing unit (83.5%). But here they'll be facing a team that is not only #3 in goals scored per game overall (3.3), but also first at home (3.83 gpg). We've seen what they can do the L3 games. The Kings have been giving up more shots than usual lately and Jonathan Quick has been a bit inconsistent this month. On the flip side, the Kings have scored at least three goals in seven of their last eight games. They had 39 shots on goal in a 2-1 home loss to the Jets back in November. Were they to get off a similar number tonight, I suspect we'd see a lot more goals scored. 10* Over Kings/Jets

Matchup Selection W/L
NHL  |  Feb 20, 2018
Canadiens vs Flyers
Flyers
-165 at pinnacle
Won
$100
Play Type: Top Premium

8* Philadelphia (7:05 ET): Stop me if you've heard this before ... the Metropolitan Division is logjammed and every game matters. It's a virtual lock that five teams from the Metro will make the playoffs, but outside of Washington and Pittsburgh, it's unclear just who will comprise the quintet. All eight teams in the division are definitely alive, but we're starting to (finally) just now see some separation. The Flyers are one of two teams (also the Devils) that happen to be closing in on the top two (Caps and Pens) in the division. Remember finishing third is huge as it guarantees a playoff berth. The Flyers enter today tied w/ the Devils for third at 70 points each. Tonight, they face a team trending in the opposite direction. 

That would be Montreal, losers of five in a row. The Habs are in a terrible spot here as they just played three straight out West (Colorado, Arizona, Vegas) in a four-day span. I had the Over in their 6-3 loss to Vegas. Antti Niemi got the start between the pipes and was a disaster, giving up three goals on the first six shots. He was quickly replaced by Carey Price, but as I've discussed previously the former Vezina winner is not having himself a good season either. Price's save percentage his L4 games is a hideous .870 and for the year, he's below .900 on the road. Throw in the fact that Montreal also ranks 29th in goals scored per game and there's just not a lot to like about this club right now. It's easy to see why they are one of the worst in the Eastern Conference.

This will be the Habs' second visit to the City of Brotherly Love this month. The five-game losing streak started here on Feb 8th w/ a 5-3 setback. I'm not sure there's a case to be made as to why tonight will turn out any differently. The Flyers have won seven of eight, a streak which got going w/ the return of goaltender Brian Elliott, but has continued despite uncertainly between the pipes. Elliott is injured again as is backup Michael Neuvirth (questionable for tonight). But Alex Lyon certainly got all the help he needed Sunday afternoon when the team scored seven goals in a rout of the Rangers at MSG. That marked the fifth time in the last six games that the Flyers scored at least four goals. The team did just acquire Petr Mrazek in a deadline deal w/ Detroit. But the bottom line is that this team is 22-8-3 since 12.4 w/ no regulation losses the L8 games. It's a terrible spot for Montreal, who has already lost all four visits here the last three seasons. 8* Philadelphia

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