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|11-18-19||Chiefs -4 v. Chargers||Top||24-17||Win||100||21 h 45 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Chiefs -4 -110
Tonight’s Monday Night Football offering will have a special twist as the Chiefs (6-4) and Chargers (4-6) will take the field in the Estadio Azteca for a game in Mexico City.
After starting the year off with four wins in a row, Kansas City has now lost four of their last six. Although one of those losses came with quarterback Patrick Mahomes sidelined with an injury, Mahomes was on the field for last week’s 35-32 loss at the hands of Tennessee.
On average, the Chiefs are scoring 28 points per game on 419 yards of offense while allowing 24 points per game on 393 yards.
Defense has been Kansas City’s biggest issue all year long. In each of their last three losses, the Chiefs have allowed 31 points or more. However, this high-powered offense looks ready to get it going again after a 446-yard day from Mahomes against the Titans.
Before last week’s narrow loss to Oakland, the Chargers earned a pair of wins over Chicago and Green Bay. Defense was the key to those victories, as they held the Bears to 16 points and the Aaron Rodgers-led Packers to just 11 points.
On average, the Chargers are scoring 21 points per game on 368 yards of offense while allowing 20 points per game on 334 yards.
Throughout this season, the Chargers have scored 20 points or fewer in six contests.
|11-18-19||Bucks -7.5 v. Bulls||Top||115-101||Win||100||13 h 4 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Bucks -7½ -109
While the Bulls (4-9) are rebuilding, the Bucks (9-3) have their eyes focused on an NBA Finals appearance. Tonight, these two teams will face off in Chicago.
Milwaukee has jumped out to the lead in the Central division with the 7-6 Pacers posing the largest threat. The Bucks are currently riding a three-game winning streak and have been victorious in seven of their last eight games. Milwaukee has scored 121 points or more in five of those eight contests.
On average, the Bucks are scoring 118.8 points while allowing 109.7 points per game.
MVP candidate Giannis Antetokounmpo is averaging 30.1 points, 14.3 rebounds, and 6.5 assists, all of which lead the Bucks. Giannis is supported by the 18.5 points per game of Khris Middleton and the 17 points per game of Eric Bledsoe.
The Bulls are level with the Pistons in the basement of the Central division. Chicago will be at home for this contest, but they’ve gone just 2-4 in their own building. The Bulls have now lost three of their last four.
On average, the Bulls are scoring 107.7 points while allowing 111 points per game.
Chicago is without a dominant scorer. Zach LaVine leads the team with 21.6 points per game, and no other player is putting up even 15 points per game.
|11-18-19||Blazers v. Rockets -6.5||108-132||Win||100||12 h 53 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Rockets -6½ -110
The Trail Blazers (5-8) have gotten off to a very slow start, and now face a tough task while they try to get some momentum going as they head into Houston for a showdown with the Rockets (10-3).
Portland earned a tight victory over San Antonio in their most recent contest, but dropped six of seven before that. Out of their las eight games, the Blazers have allowed at least 114 points on five occasions. Portland has trouble finding offensive help for Damian Lillard, as the Blazers couldn’t even beat Brooklyn on a night when Lillard went for 60.
On average, the Blazers are scoring 112.8 points per game while allowing 114.1 points per game.
Apart from Lillard, who’s averaging 29.8 points per game, and CJ McCollum, who’s averaging 21 points per game, Portland has no player scoring more than 15.3 points per contest.
The Rockets enter tonight’s contest as one of the hottest teams in the NBA with seven wins in a row. Houston has scored at least 117 points in four of those victories. Throughout this winning streak, James Harden has scored 36 points or more in every game.
On average, the Rockets are scoring 118.5 points while allowing 114.2 points per game.
Harden leads the team with his 39.5 points per game, and Russell Westbrook is adding another 21 points and eight rebounds per contest.
|11-17-19||Bears v. Rams UNDER 40.5||Top||7-17||Win||100||35 h 14 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Bears/Rams under40½ -110
Sunday Night Football features an interesting contest between the Bears (4-5) and Rams (5-4) in Los Angeles. The over/under is set at 40.5 points.
Chicago is coming off a 20-13 win over the Lions, but they may have kissed their playoff hopes goodbye with a four-game losing streak. Over their past six games, the Bears have scored more than 21 points just once. Chicago has also been held to 16 points or fewer five times this year.
On average, the Bears are scoring 18 points per game on 282 yards of offense while allowing 17 points per game on 347 yards.
Bears QB Mitchell Trubisky has failed to throw for more than 253 yards in any game this season, and hasn’t managed to rack up more than 173 passing yards over the last two games.
The Rams don’t look like they have a chance to catch the 8-2 Seahawks or 8-1 49ers in the NFC West, so they’re in desperate need of a win to keep up in the Wild Card race. After a pair of wins over Atlanta and Cincinnati, Los Angeles lost to Pittsburgh a week ago.
On average, the Rams are scoring 25 points on 388 yards of offense while allowing 21 points per game on 349 yards.
Los Angeles has held their opponents to 17 points or fewer in three straight, and has scored only 12 points or fewer in two of the last four games.
|11-17-19||Sabres +130 v. Blackhawks||Top||1-4||Loss||-100||10 h 28 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Sabres +130
Both the Sabres (10-6-3, 23 points) and Blackhawks (8-7-4, 20 points) are in need of a few wins to get back in contention for their respective divisions. Tonight, these two squads will face off against one another.
A win this evening would put Buffalo level on points with Florida and in a tie for third in the Atlantic. After a run of six-straight losses, the Sabres are coming into tonight’s game on the back of a 4-2 win over Ottawa.
On average, the Sabres are scoring 3.00 goals per game (tied for 15th) and allowing 2.84 goals per game (11th).
Offensively, center Jack Eichel leads Buffalo with 12 goals, 11 assists, and a team-high 23 points. Four of Eichel’s goals came on the power play. Goaltender Carter Hutton is allowing 2.62 goals per game, but Linus Ullmark has the better save percentage with a .915.
The Blackhawks have won each of their last three games, the most recent of which was played yesterday. However, Chicago has given up nine total goals in those three contests.
On average, the Blackhawks are scoring 3.00 goals per game (tied for 15th) and allowing 2.95 goals per game (tied for 13th).
As always, Patrick Kane is the leading man for Chicago. Thus far, Kane has scored 10 goals and assisted 15 times for 25 points, all of which lead the Blackhawks.
|11-17-19||Warriors v. Pelicans UNDER 228.5||Top||100-108||Win||100||9 h 23 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Warriors/Pelicans under228½ -109
The fall from grace has been unending for the Warriors (2-11), who will go into New Orleans to take on the Pelicans (3-9) this evening. The over/under is set at 228.5 points.
Golden State is already without the vast majority of the star pieces that turned them into a perennial powerhouse in the NBA over the past few years. Now, they’ll also be without D’Angelo Russell, who’s sidelined with a sprained thumb. The Warriors have lost six in a row entering tonight’s contest.
On average, the Warriors are scoring 109.5 points and allowing 119.8 points per game.
Golden State has failed to score more than 100 points four times this season. The Warriors have also scored 110 points or fewer on eight different occasions. Most recently, the Warriors scored 94 against the Lakers and 100 against the Celtics.
The Pelicans haven’t been much better than Golden State, and find themselves at the bottom of the Southwest. However, New Orleans has now won two of their last four by getting wins over the Clippers and Hornets.
On average, the Pelicans are scoring 116.3 points and allowing 121.7 points per game.
New Orleans has failed to reach 105 points in three of their last seven games. After losing a 109-94 contest against the Heat, the Pelicans will now see what they can muster in their second game in as many days.
|11-17-19||Wizards v. Magic UNDER 223||121-125||Loss||-109||8 h 16 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Wizards/Magic under223 -109
The Wizards (3-7) are aiming to get out of the basement in the Southeast, and the Magic (5-7) are trying to keep up with the Hornets and Heat. The over/under is set at 223 points for a contest between these two squads.
Before a 137-116 win over Minnesota, Washington dropped three straight to the Pacers, Cavaliers, and Celtics. In two of those losses, the Wizards couldn’t surpass 106 points.
On average, the Wizards are scoring 117.7 points and allowing 119.6 points per game.
Washington only has a single player scoring more than 15 points per game: Bradley Beal. Thus far, Beal is averaging 29.7 points, 6.8 assists, and 4.6 rebounds per game. Center Thomas Bryant is the next leading scorer with just 14.4 points per game.
Of the Magic’s five wins, every single one has come at home. Much of that has come over the past four games, in which Orlando has won three of four straight home games. However, Orlando has failed to score more than 102 points in eight of their 12 games this season.
On average, the Magic are scoring 100.3 points and allowing 99.9 points per game.
Finding a proper scorer has been an issue for the Magic, who are led by the 17.2 points per game of center Nikola Vucevic.
|11-17-19||Wake Forest v. Charlotte +4||65-67||Win||100||9 h 53 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Charlotte +4 -109
The Wake Forest Demon Deacons (2-1) will be on the road as they go in search of their third win out of four games. The .500 Charlotte 49ers (1-1) will host the contest.
After a season-opening loss to Boston College, Wake Forest earned a two-point victory over Columbia before nearly putting up 100 points in a win against UNC Ashville. Wake Forest has shot 47.4% from the field so far this season.
On average, the Demon Deacons are scoring 77.7 points and allowing 73 points per game.
When it comes to scoring, guards Brandon Childress and Chaundee Brown lead this Wake Forest squad. While shooting 30% from three, Childress is averaging 17.3 points, six assists, and four rebounds per game. Brown is shooting 55.2% from the field on his way to 17 points and 10.7 rebounds per game.
Before a 71-58 win over Davidson in their most recent game, the 49ers lost by five to James Madison. With a loss today, Charlotte would already find themselves well behind the likes of Middle Tennessee and UTEP in the Conference USA standings.
On average, the 49ers are scoring 72.5 points and allowing 68.5 points per game.
Four Charlotte players are scoring at least 11.5 points per game. Leading them all is guard Jordan Shepherd, who’s averaging 13.5 points, four assists, and 3.5 rebounds per game. Forward Milos Supica is averaging 11.5 points and 8.5 rebounds per game.
|11-17-19||Cardinals v. 49ers UNDER 45||26-36||Loss||-110||27 h 35 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Cardinals/49ers under45 -110
Fresh off their first loss of the season, the 49ers (8-1) will be ready to take out some frustration on the Cardinals (3-6-1) in San Francisco this afternoon. The over/under is set at 45 points.
On the face of it, this matchup looks scary for the visitors with an inexperienced rookie quarterback going up against one of the league’s best defenses. And Arizona’s recent form of three-straight losses doesn’t provide much confidence. These teams met at the end of October in a 28-25 San Fran win, but that was a Thursday game on short rest.
On average, the Cardinals are scoring 22 points per game on 373 yards of offense while allowing 28 points on 430 yards.
It’s fair to call Kyler Murray’s first year a moderate success. He’s shown the ability to win football games and looks like he belongs, but he’s also able to rely on a very short passing game in Kingsbury’s offense, averaging 7.1 yards per attempt.
The 49ers had won eight straight before last week’s overtime loss to Seattle. San Fran’s defense held their opponents to 20 points or fewer in each of their first seven games. They’ve also held opponents under 14 points on four occasions.
On average, the 49ers are scoring 29 points per game on 391 yards of offense while allowing 14 points per game on 283 yards.
The San Francisco offense won’t be at full strength with running back Matt Breida and All-Pro tight end George Kittle out. Breida leads the team in rushing with 542 yards, and Kittle is the leading receiver with 541 yards.
|11-17-19||Seton Hall -7 v. St. Louis||Top||83-66||Win||100||9 h 54 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Seton Hall -7 -109
As the St. Louis Billikens (3-0) go in search of a fourth-straight win, they’ll host the #12 Seton Hall Pirates (2-1).
After starting off the year with a pair of wins over Wagner and Stony Brook, Seton Hall faced its first real test of the young season when they faced #3 Michigan State a few days ago. The Pirates took their first loss by just three points to one of the best teams in the country.
On average, the Pirates are scoring 84 points and allowing 68 points per game.
Guard Myles Powell appears ready to lead this Seton Hall team. Thus far, he’s averaging 21.3 points and four rebounds per game whilst shooting 43.5% from three. Powell was a force against the Spartans, scoring 37 points in the contest.
The Billikens opened the season with three wins over FGCU, Valparaiso, and Eastern Washington. Thus far, St. Louis has scored at least 81 points in every game.
On average, the Billikens are scoring 84 points and allowing 65.7 points per game.
The duo of Jordan Goodwin and Hasahn French lead St. Louis offensively. While Goodwin is averaging 16 points and 8.3 rebounds per game, French is averaging 15.3 points and 6.7 rebounds per game.
|11-16-19||Colorado State v. Loyola Marymount +3.5||74-64||Loss||-110||12 h 24 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Loyola Marymount +3½ -110
The Rams of Colorado State (2-1) will go in search of their first road win this evening when they take on the Loyola Marymount Lions (1-1).
One can forgive Colorado State for their lone loss of the season, which came against the #4 Duke Blue Devils. However, the Rams were completely outclassed in the 89-55 contest. Colorado State has defeated both Denver and Omaha.
On average, the Rams are scoring 69.7 points and allowing 72.3 points per game while shooting 42.2% from the field.
There’s a drop off after the four Rams scoring 10 points or more per game. Leading the group is center Nico Carvacho, who’s averaging 14 points and 13 rebounds per game.
Loyola Marymount opened the year with a 105-62 demolition of Westcliff, but couldn’t hang on in a five-point loss on the road at Nevada.
On average, the Lions are scoring 86 points and allowing 67 points while shooting an impressive 53.4% from the field.
A pair of scorers lead this Loyola Marymount team. Forward Ivan Alipiev is averaging 19 point and 7.5 rebounds per game, and Eli Scott is averaging 15.5 points and six assists per game.
|11-16-19||Raptors v. Mavs -3.5||102-110||Win||100||12 h 50 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Mavs -3½ -105
The Mavericks (6-5) have a losing record on their home floor, but they’ll need a win tonight in Dallas against the visiting Raptors (8-3) if they’re to stay above .500.
Toronto is showing the basketball world that they’re still a force to be reckoned with as the defending champs. The Raptors have won four of their last five, four of which they played on the road. This will be the fifth and final game of a five-game road trip for the Raptors.
On average, Toronto is scoring 112.6 points and allowing 106.6 points per game while shooting 45.9% from the field.
Pascal Siakam continues to bloom into a star player in the NBA. Thus far, Siakam is averaging 27.2 points and 9.2 rebounds per contest. Behind Siakam, Kyle Lowry is adding 21.8 points and 6.5 assists per game.
The Mavericks have lost three of their last four, but two of those losses came by four points or fewer. Dallas’ lone win in that stretch was a 138-122 victory over Memphis.
On average, the Mavericks are scoring 114.2 points and allowing 111.7 points while shooting 45.2% from the field.
Dallas has the pleasure of sending out Luka Doncic every night. Doncic leads the team with his 28.7 points, 10.3 rebounds, 9.3 assist, and 1.3 steals per game.
|11-16-19||Appalachian State v. Georgia State UNDER 62.5||56-27||Loss||-110||34 h 44 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Appalachian State/Georgia State under62½ -110
The #25 Appalachian State Mountaineers (8-1) and the Georgia State Panthers (6-3) are two of the Sun Belt’s top teams. Saturday, they’ll face off against one another. The over/under is set at 62.5 points.
The Mountaineers would be undefeated through nine games if not for a loss to Georgia Southern at the conclusion of October. However, Appalachian State bounced back with a 20-15 win over South Carolina. In five of their games, Appalachian State allowed 15 points or fewer.
On average, the Mountaineers are scoring 36 points per game on 411 yards of offense while allowing 19 points per game on 331 yards.
Appalachian State quarterback Zac Thomas leads the offense with his 1,671 yards, 14 touchdowns, and four interceptions. Running back Darrynton Evans has rushed for 883 yards and 10 touchdowns.
Georgia State was on a run of four-straight wins before running into UL-Monroe, to whom the Panthers lost 45-31. Two of Georgia State’s opponents managed only 21 points during that four-game winning streak.
On average, the Panthers are scoring 36 points per game on 485 yards of offense while allowing 36 points per game on 463 yards.
Panthers Quarterback Dan Ellington has thrown for 1,813 yards with 18 touchdowns and four interceptions.
|11-16-19||St Bonaventure v. Rutgers -8.5||80-74||Loss||-109||12 h 6 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Rutgers -8½ -109
While the Rutgers Scarlet Knights (3-0) haven’t yet lost a game, the St. Bonaventure Bonnies (0-3) are yet to win a game. Tonight, these two teams will face off on Rutgers’ home floor.
The Bonnies have started the year off with three straight losses to Ohio, Vermont, and Siena. In those contests, St. Bonaventure failed to score more than 65 points while allowing at least 61 points in each of them.
On average, the Bonnies are scoring 59 points and allowing 68 points per game. St. Bonaventure is shooting a paltry 35.2% from the field.
Only two Bonnies are scoring more than 10 points per game. Kyle Lofton and Dominick Welch are averaging 12 points and 13 points per game, respectively, but neither one of them are shooting more than 28.6% from three. Both of those players are also shooting no better than 34.3% from the field.
While scoring at least 62 in each contest, Rutgers has taken down Bryant, Niagara, and Drexel in their first three games of the year. After allowing 71 to Bryant, the Scarlet Knights haven’t given up more than 57 points.
On average, Rutgers is scoring 73.7 points and allowing 55.7 points per game.
Of the four Scarlet Knights scoring at least 10 points per contest, guard Geo Baker leads the way by averaging 14 points, five rebounds, and 4.7 assists per game. Guard Ron Harper Jr. is averaging 10.7 points and 7.3 rebounds per game.
|11-16-19||Nets v. Bulls -1||Top||117-111||Loss||-105||10 h 37 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Bulls -1 -105
Both the Nets (4-7) and Bulls (4-8) are stuck on four wins at the moment. With a contest in Chicago this evening, both squads will be aiming to change that.
While the Bulls aren’t anything special at home (2-3), the Nets are even worse on the road (1-5).
Tonight’s game will be the fifth-straight away contest for Brooklyn. On this road trip, the Nets won only the first game, and have since lost three in a row to Phoenix, Utah, and Denver. Each of those losses came by at least five points.
On average, the Nets are scoring 116.8 points and allowing 119.5 points while shooting 45.8% from the field.
Brooklyn leaves the scoring up to point guard Kyrie Irving. While Irving is averaging 28.5 points and 7.2 assists per game, no other player is scoring more than Spencer Dinwiddie’s 17.1 points per game.
The Bulls are slowly growing into this basketball season. Although Chicago is coming off a loss to Milwaukee, they’ve now won two of their last four. The Bulls scored at least 113 against the Hawks and Knicks.
On average, the Bulls are scoring 107.4 points and allowing 110.5 points while shooting 43.3% from the field.
While Zach LaVine leads this Chicago squad with 20.4 points per game, Coby White has been a spark off the bench by adding another 13.7 points per game.
|11-16-19||Louisiana Tech +9.5 v. Creighton||72-82||Loss||-110||11 h 51 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Louisiana Tech +9½ -110
The Louisiana Tech Bulldogs (2-0) are aiming for a perfect start through three games, but they’ll need to upset the Creighton Blue Jays (1-1) to do so.
The Bulldogs have had no trouble scoring points this year. After putting up 82 in a win over Texas A&M-CC, Louisiana Tech scored 98 points in a victory over Wiley.
On average, the Bulldogs are scoring 90 points and allowing 50.5 points per game.
Louisiana Tech is currently led by guard Kalob Ledoux, who’s averaging 15.5 points, three rebounds, and two assists per game while hitting 41.2% of his shots from three. JaColby Pemberton is shooting 61% from the field to score 14 points per game.
Creighton beat up on Kennesaw State in their season opener, but were then slapped around by Michigan in a 10-point defeat. The Blue Jays are yet to score more than 81 points in a game.
On average, the Blue Jays are scoring 75 points and allowing 67 points per game.
Guards Ty-Shon Alexander and Marcus Zegarowski lead this Creighton team in scoring. While Alexander is hitting half his three-point attempts and averaging 19.5 points and six rebounds per game, Zegarowski is shooting 54.5% from beyond the arc and averaging 18 points per game.
|11-16-19||Jets v. Lightning -235||Top||4-3||Loss||-235||7 h 13 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Lightning -235
After a year in which they blew the league away with their goal scoring, the Lightning (9-5-2, 20 points) are still trying to find that form in the new NHL season. This afternoon, the Lightning will be hosting the Jets (11-8-1, 23 points) in Tampa Bay.
Winnipeg is currently on a run of three wins out of four contests, but they were shut out in their lone loss over that stretch. Most recently, the Jets defeated the Panthers by a single goal.
Although the Jets are currently third in the Central, they’re actually allowing more goals than they’re scoring. On average, Winnipeg is scoring 2.65 goals per game (tied for 24th) while allowing 3.00 goals per game (tied for 15th).
Center Mark Scheifele leads the Jets with his eight goals, two of which came via power play, 12 assists, and team-high 20 points.
The lightning are starting to pick up the pace with a run of three-straight wins over the past week. In those victories over Buffalo (twice) and the Rangers, Tampa Bay outscored their opponents 17-8. Most recently, the Lightning scored nine against the Rangers.
On average, the Lightning are scoring 3.75 goals per game (3rd) and allowing 3.44 goals per game (25th).
Tampa Bay currently has 10 players on the roster with at least four goals this season. Six Lightning skaters have scored at least five goals, and three have scored six goals.
|11-16-19||Wyoming v. Utah State UNDER 50.5||21-26||Win||100||30 h 6 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Wyoming/Utah State under50½ -110
Both the Wyoming Cowboys (6-3) and Utah State Aggies (5-4) own winning records, but the Aggies are in danger of falling to .500 with a loss Saturday. The over/under is set at 50.5 points.
Wyoming kept it close against #22 Boise State last week, but eventually fell by three points in overtime. In six of their nine games, the Cowboys have held their opponent to 21 points or fewer. Wyoming has only scored more than 23 points on three occasions.
On average, the Cowboys are scoring 28 points per game on 355 yards of offense while allowing 18 points per game on 375 yards.
Wyoming quarterback Sean Chambers has thrown for just 915 yards with seven touchdowns and three picks, and the team’s leading receiver has racked up just 240 yards and two touchdowns.
Over its last four, Utah State has gone an even 2-2. Between wins over Nevada and Fresno State, the Aggies lost to both Air Force and BYU. In those losses, Utah State scored just seven and then 14 points.
On average, the Aggies are scoring 28 points per game on 431 yards of offense while allowing 27 points per game on 440 yards.
Utah State QB Jordan Love has thrown for 2,402 yards, but he’s only tossed 11 touchdowns while throwing 12 interceptions.
|11-16-19||Syracuse v. Duke UNDER 54||49-6||Loss||-109||29 h 2 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Syracuse/Duke under54 -109
The only way the Duke Blue Devils (4-5) will be able to get back to .500 this week is with a win over the Syracuse Orange (3-6), who’ve failed to win a conference game this year. The over/under is set at 54 points.
The Orange have hit a four-game skid in which they’ve fallen victim to NC State, Florida State, Pittsburgh, and Boston College. The most Syracuse scored in any of those games was 27 points, and the least was 10 against the Wolfpack.
On average, the Orange are scoring 24 points per game on 376 yards of offense while allowing 31 points per game on 456 yards.
Syracuse quarterback Tommy DeVito is completing 64.1% of his passes and has thrown 15 touchdowns and just five interceptions. With just 470 yards and four TDs, Moe Neal leads the Syracuse rushing attack.
Duke has hit its roughest stretch of the season with three losses in a row to Virginia, North Carolina, and #15 Notre Dame. The Blue Devils have scored a maximum of 17 points in those three contests.
On average, the Blue Devils are scoring 27 points per game on 344 yards of offense while allowing 27 points per game on 364 yards.
Duke doesn’t have a single receiver over 305 reception yards, and no Duke receiver has more than three touchdowns.
|11-16-19||Virginia Tech v. Georgia Tech UNDER 51||Top||45-0||Win||100||30 h 29 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Virginia Tech/Georgia Tech under51 -110
The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (2-7) are in search of their third win of the season, and they’ll aim to pick it up against the Virginia Tech Hokies (6-3) on Saturday. The over/under is set at 51 points.
With last week’s win over #19 Wake Forest, the Hokies have now won four of their last five. Virginia Tech’s only loss in that stretch came by a single point against #16 Notre Dame. The Hokies have allowed 21 points or fewer in five games this year.
On average, the Hokies are scoring 30 points per game on 385 yards of offense while allowing 27 points on 390 yards.
Only running back Deshawn McClease has rushed for more than 275 yards. On the season, even McClease has only rushed for 566 yards and five touchdowns. No Virginia Tech quarterback has thrown for 1,000 yards so far this season.
Only an overtime win over Miami has kept the Yellow Jackets from a seven-game winning streak. In seven of Georgia Tech’s nine games, they’ve failed to score more than 24 points.
On average, the Yellow Jackets are scoring 18 points on 307 yards of offense while allowing 30 points on 406 yards.
Leading the Georgia Tech offense is running back Jordan Mason, who’s rushed for 716 yards and seven touchdowns.
|11-16-19||Harvard v. Buffalo||76-88||Win||100||7 h 52 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Buffalo PK -109
The Harvard Crimson (3-1) are off to a hot start this season, and they’ll now go on the road for a clash with the Buffalo Bulls (1-1).
Currently sitting third in the Ivy standings behind only Dartmouth and Brown, both of whom are 3-0, a win today would keep Harvard right near the lead. After winning a cupcake game against MIT to start the season, the Crimson fell to Northeastern before bouncing back with back-to-back wins over Maine and Siena.
On average, the Crimson are scoring 72.3 points and allowing 53.3 points per game.
Although five Harvard players are averaging nine points per game, none are hitting double-digits. Forward Chris Lewis is averaging 9.5 points and 7.5 rebounds per game.
After falling by five points to Dartmouth in the season opener, Buffalo responded by putting up 109 in a victory over Nazareth.
On average, the Bulls are scoring 86 points and allowing 70 points per game.
Five Buffalo players are scoring more than 10 points per contest. Guard Jayvon Graves is scoring 16 points and bringing down 6.5 rebounds per game. Forward Josh Mballa is averaging 12 points and nine rebounds per game. To earn 11 points per game, Ronaldo Segu is shooting 54.5% from three and 61.5% from the field.
|11-16-19||Kansas +17.5 v. Oklahoma State||13-31||Loss||-110||27 h 53 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Kansas +17½ -110
The #22 Oklahoma State Cowboys (6-3) have a chance to finish as a top-three team within the Big 12. To do so, they’ll need to take care of business against the Kansas Jayhawks (3-6).
Kansas has won just one of their last six games, but they’ve faced a particularly difficult schedule in that time. Before and after a win over Texas Tech, the Jayhawks lost to #22 Kansas State, #15 Texas, and #6 Oklahoma. On the bright side, Kansas scored 48 and only fell to Texas by two.
On average, the Jayhawks are scoring 26 points per game on 384 yards of offense while allowing 33 points on 473 yards.
While quarterback Carter Stanley has thrown for 2,015 yards with 19 touchdowns and seven interceptions, both Andrew Parchment and Stephon Robinson Jr. have caught six touchdowns passes, each.
Wins over #23 Iowa State and TCU have earned Oklahoma State ranked status, but they dropped games against Texas Tech and #18 Baylor before that. Over the past four games, the Cowboys have allowed at least 27 points in each contest.
On average, the Cowboys are scoring 37 points per game on 500 yards of offense while allowing 29 points per game on 438 yards.
Although he has a 900-yard receiver in Tylan Wallace, quarterback Spencer Sanders has thrown for just 1,897 yards with 15 touchdowns and 11 interceptions.
|11-16-19||Wisconsin v. Nebraska UNDER 51.5||37-21||Loss||-110||27 h 37 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Wisconsin/Nebraska under51½ -110
The #14 Wisconsin Badgers (7-2) are fighting to salvage what started as a promising season. They’ll face off against the Nebraska Cornhuskers (4-5), who are aiming to get back to .500. The over/under is set at 51.5 points.
Wisconsin rebounded from losses to Illinois and #3 Ohio State with a two-point win over #18 Iowa. Over their last three games, the Badgers have failed to score more than 24 points in any contest. Against the Buckeyes, Wisconsin couldn’t manage anything beyond a single touchdown.
On average, the Badgers are scoring 34 points per game on 418 yards of offense while allowing 13 points on 231 yards.
Although Jonathan Taylor has rushed for 1,259 yards and 15 touchdowns, he’s only topped 80 yards in two of his last four games. Quarterback Jack Coan has only topped 200 passing yards three times.
It hasn’t been the season Nebraska was hoping for, which has been underlined with three straight losses to Minnesota, Indiana, and Purdue. Over their past five games, the Cornhuskers haven’t scored more than 13 points on three occasions.
On average, the Cornhuskers are scoring 26 points per game on 409 yards of offense while allowing 29 points on 406 yards.
Wan’Dale Robinson has racked up 326 yards on the ground and 453 yards receiving, but it’s yet to be decided whether or not Robinson will be able to play after suffering an undisclosed injury.
|11-16-19||Tulane v. Temple OVER 54||21-29||Loss||-110||26 h 22 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Tulane/Temple over54 -110
Both the Tulane Green Wave (6-3) and Temple Owls (6-3) hold identical records. Saturday, the Owls will play host to the Green Wave in an American Athletic Conference showdown. The over/under is set at 54 points.
After suffering back-to-back road losses to Memphis and Navy, the Green Wave bounced back to earn a 38-26 win over Tulsa at the start of November. Tulane now enters this contest with Temple after a bye week.
On average, the Green Wave are scoring 36 points per game on 473 yards of offense while allowing 25 points on 364 yards.
Of their nine games played, Tulane has scored at least 38 points in seven of them. Against UConn, the Green Wave scored 49. Against Missouri State, the Green Wave scored 58 points.
In addition to his 1,703 yards, 13 touchdowns, and nine interceptions, quarterback Justin McMillan also leads the team in rushing with 488 yards and 12 touchdowns.
Before last weekend’s 17-7 win over USF, Temple lost two straight to UCF and #19 SMU. Against the Knights, the Owls allowed 63 points. Against the Mustangs, the Owls allowed 45 points.
On average, the Temple Owls are scoring 26 points on 393 yards of offense while allowing 25 points on 389 yards.
Offensively, quarterback Anthony Russo has two 600-yard receivers to throw to. On the season, Russo has thrown for 2,037 yards, 16 touchdowns, and nine picks.
|11-16-19||Portland State v. Hawaii -5.5||Top||75-83||Win||100||14 h 43 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Hawaii -5½ -109
Tonight, the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors (2-1) are looking to build on a solid start to the season with a game against the Portland State Vikings (1-1).
After a comfortable victory over Puget Sound in the season opener, Portland State lost by 11 to the Hoosiers in Indiana. Thus far, the Vikings are shooting 43.5% from the field.
On average, Portland State is scoring 84 points and allowing 77 points per game, although those numbers are skewed by the game against a heavily outmatched Puget Sound.
Against Indiana, Portland State relied on two scorers throughout the contest. Apart from Holland Woods, who scored 27 points, and Matt Hauser, who scored 21 points, the rest of the team managed just 26 points.
Before and after their lone loss to South Dakota, Hawaii took down Florida A&M by 13 and Pacific by five. The Rainbow Warriors have scored at least 65 points in each contest this year.
On average, the Rainbow Warriors are scoring 70.7 points and allowing 66.7 points per game.
Hawaii is led by guard Eddie Stansberry, who’s averaging 17.3 points, four rebounds, and 2.7 assists per game. By shooting 47.6% from three, Samuta Avea is another key player for Hawaii with his 12.7 points per game.
|11-15-19||UNLV v. UCLA -7||54-71||Win||100||14 h 8 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on UCLA -7 -110
The Rebels of UNLV (1-2) face a difficult path back to a .500 record as they take on the UCLA Bruins (2-0) in California this evening.
Although UNLV has twice as many losses as wins, both of their defeats have come in overtime. After taking down Purdue Fort Wayne in the season opener, the Rebels weren’t able to keep up with either Kansas State or Cal in the extra period of play.
On average, the Rebels are scoring 72.3 points and allowing 70 points per game.
Yet to miss a free throw, guard Amauri Hardy is UNLV’s leading scorer. Thus far, Hardy is averaging 19 points, 4.3 rebounds, and 3.3 assists per game while hitting 42.9% of his three-point attempts.
UCLA began the season with back-to-back wins over Long Beach State and UC Santa Barbara. The Bruins were able to score at least 69 points and hold their opponent to 65 points or fewer in both contests.
On average, the Bruins are scoring 73 points and allowing 63 points per game.
With five players averaging 11 points or more, UCLA has plenty of offensive firepower. Leading the bunch is forward Jalen Hill, who’s averaging 14.5 points and 8.5 rebounds per game.
|11-15-19||Jazz v. Grizzlies UNDER 215.5||Top||106-107||Win||100||13 h 8 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Jazz/Grizzlies under215½ -109
While the Grizzlies (4-7) are struggling to put together any run of good fortune, the Jazz (8-3) are making a name for themselves in the group of Western Conference leaders. The over/under is set at 215.5 points for the contest between these two squads.
Utah has now won four games in a row, notching impressive victories over Philadelphia and Milwaukee. In three of those games, the Jazz have held their opponent below 108 points. In two of those wins, Utah didn’t surpass 106 points themselves.
On average, the Jazz are scoring 104.5 points and allowing 99.5 points per game.
Apart from Donovan Mitchell’s 25.1 points and Bojan Bogdanovic’s 19.8 points per game, the Jazz don’t have another player averaging more than Mike Conley’s 14.7 points per contest.
Before wins over San Antonio and Charlotte, the Grizzlies fell to Orlando and Dallas. Out of those four games, Memphis has scored more than 113 points twice.
On average, the Grizzlies are scoring 110 points and allowing 118.8 points per game.
Although the Grizzlies have struggled throughout the start of the 2019-20 season, they can be happy with the performance of rookie Ja Morant. Thus far, Morant is averaging 18.3 points per game. Beyond Morant, however, no Memphis player is averaging even 15 points a game.
|11-15-19||Alabama +1 v. Rhode Island||79-93||Loss||-110||12 h 45 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Alabama +1 -110
The Crimson Tide of Alabama (1-1) and the Rams of Rhode Island (1-1) are both in search of a winning record at this point in the young season. These two teams will play this evening on Rhode Island’s home court.
Alabama did well to bounce back from a heart-breaking, one-point loss to Pennsylvania in the season opener with a 78-59 victory over FAU. Thus far, the Crimson Tide have shown the ability to get to the hoop with consistency.
On average, Alabama is scoring 79 points and allowing 70 points per game.
Guard Kira Lewis Jr. has been the main man for the Crimson Tide thus far. While hitting 40% of his shots from three, Lewis is averaging 23 points, seven rebounds, and 6.5 assists. Jaden Shackelford is adding another 16.5 points and 4.5 rebounds per game.
Rhode Island picked up a win over Long Island to open the season, but hit a roadblock as they fell to Maryland 73-55. Thus far, Rhode Island is hitting 34.3% of their three-pointers.
On average, the Rams are scoring 65.5 points and allowing 69 points per game.
While Rhode Island has four players averaging at least 11 points a game, none are scoring more than 13.5 points per game. Cyril Langevine is averaging 11 points and 16 rebounds per game.
|11-15-19||Blues -135 v. Blue Jackets||Top||2-3||Loss||-135||11 h 1 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Blues -135
The defending champion Blues (12-3-4, 28 points) are off to a strong start, which can’t be said for the Blue Jackets (6-8-4, 16 points). Tonight, these two teams will face off in Columbus.
St. Louis has been great on the road, earning a record of 7-2-1. That record away from home is why the Blues currently hold a four-point lead in the Central. Most recently, St. Louis won seven straight before losing to Arizona in a shootout.
On average, the Blues are scoring 3.11 goals per game (15th) while allowing 2.74 goals per game (8th).
Center Ryan O’Reilly has been an assist machine for the Blues. Alongside his five goals, O’Reilly leads St. Louis with 14 assists and 19 points. Goaltender Jordan Bennington has earned nine wins with a .921 save percentage while allowing 2.35 goals per game.
Sitting above only New Jersey in the Atlantic, Columbus has won only a single game out of their last eight. Since their 3-2 win over Arizona, the Blue Jackets dropped contests to the Avalanche and Canadiens.
On average, the Blue Jackets are scoring 2.33 goals per game (30th) while allowing 3.33 goals per game (tied for 22nd).
Although Joonas Korpisalo is Columbus’ leading goaltender, he’s allowing 3.13 goals per game while saving .895 percent of shots faced.
|11-15-19||Pistons -3 v. Hornets||106-109||Loss||-109||10 h 26 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Pistons -3 -109
The Pistons (4-8) and Hornets (4-7) have both failed to reach five wins at this point in the NBA season. Tonight, both teams will face off against one another in Charlotte.
Detroit has lost three straight to Indiana, Memphis, and Miami, but two came by just six points and the last loss was on the latter end of a back-to-back.
On average, the Pistons are scoring 108.9 points and allowing 112.5 points per game.
In addition to the three players who’ve been averaging 18 points or more throughout the season, the Pistons now have the services of Blake Griffin, who’s returning from injury. In his one game played this year, Griffin scored 19 points while racking up seven rebounds and six assists.
After squeaking out a two-point overtime win over the Pacers, the Hornets have lost their last four games. The most recent lost came two days ago in a 119-117 game against Memphis.
On average, the Hornets are scoring 106.8 points and allowing 113.7 points per game.
In a rough start to the season, the Hornets can take pride in the fact that five players are averaging 12 points or more. However, no Hornet is scoring more than the 18 points that Devonte Graham is averaging.
|11-15-19||Louisiana Tech v. Marshall UNDER 54.5||Top||10-31||Win||100||30 h 41 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Louisiana Tech/Marshall under54½ -110
Two of the top teams in Conference USA are set to face off when the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs (8-1) go on the road to take on the Marshall Thundering Herd (6-3). The over/under is set at 54.5 points.
Louisiana Tech hasn’t lost a game since the season opener against #10 Texas, when the Bulldogs were held to 14 points. In six of their eight wins, Louisiana Tech has held their opponent to 21 points or fewer. Most recently, the Bulldogs held North Texas to 17 points.
On average, the Bulldogs are scoring 38 points per game on 479 yards of offense while allowing 23 points per game on 390 yards.
Although Louisiana Tech has four receivers with at least 385 receiving yards, the top two pass catchers have only one touchdown each.
The Thundering Herd didn’t get off to the greatest of starts, but they’ve picked up the pace over the last month with four wins in a row. In two of those wins, Marshall held their opponent to 17 points or fewer.
On average, the Thundering Herd are scoring 26 points per game on 425 yards of offense while allowing 24 points on 371 yards.
Isaiah Green leads the Marshall offense with 1,876 yards with 12 touchdowns and six interceptions.
|11-15-19||West Virginia v. Pittsburgh||Top||68-53||Win||100||12 h 38 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on West Virginia PK -109
The West Virginia Mountaineers (1-0) are looking for a flawless start to the season through two games. The Pitt Panthers (2-1) might have something to say about that when these teams match up this evening.
The Mountaineers are coming off a 10-point win over the Akron Zips, which they played a full week ago. Although West Virginia allowed Akron to score 51 points in the second half, the Mountaineers did enough by duplicating their 47-point first half in which they held the Zips to just 33 points.
Of the 11 West Virginia players who saw the floor for at least five minutes, six had nine points or more. Both Jermaine Haley and Derek Culver led the Mountaineers with 16 points and seven rebounds apiece. Miles McBride led the bench in scoring with 11 points.
The Mountaineers shot 38.5% from three and 47.5% from the field.
Between wins over Florida State and Robert Morris, the Panthers fell by five points to Nicholls. Thus far, Pittsburgh is 1-1 on their home floor.
On average, the Panthers are scoring 68 points and allowing 64.3 points per game.
Guard Ryan Murphy has led the Panthers in scoring so far this season. While hitting 47.4% of his shots from beyond the arc, Murphy is averaging 17 points, 3.7 rebounds, and two assists.
|11-14-19||Michigan State -6 v. Seton Hall||Top||76-73||Loss||-109||12 h 42 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Michigan State -6 -109
The #3 Michigan State Spartans (1-1) aren’t afraid of testing themselves early in the season. After opening the year against #2 Kentucky, Sparty will now take on the #12 Seton Hall Pirates (2-0).
Entering the season as the top-ranked team, Michigan State fell to the Kentucky Wildcats by seven points in the season opener. The Spartans rebounded with a big 100-47 win over Binghamton days later.
On average, the Spartans are scoring 81 points and allowing 58 points per game.
Against Kentucky, Michigan State was unable to recover from a slow start after scoring just 24 points in the first half. Despite hitting just one of his seven three-point attempts, Cassius Winston led the Spartans by a wide margin by scoring 21 points in the contest.
Seton Hall opened the year with a pair of wins over Wagner and Stony Brook. Neither game was ever in jeopardy for the Pirates, who scored 105 against Wagner and held Stony Brook to just 57.
On average, the Pirates are scoring 89.5 points and allowing 64 points per game.
Currently, four Seton Hall players are scoring double-digit points per contest. Leading the group is Sandro Mamukelashvili, who’s averaging 14 points, five rebounds, and 2.5 assists per game.
|11-14-19||VMI v. Arkansas State -6||56-71||Win||100||11 h 20 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Arkansas State -6 -109
After playing three games, the VMI Keydets (0-3) are still in search of their first victory of the season. Tonight, they’ll attempt to claim win number one when they go up against the Arkansas State Red Wolves (1-1).
The Keydets have failed to win any of their first three games against East Carolina, Marist, or Presbyterian, but they haven’t been blown out in any of them. While they lost by 12 to the Pirates, VMI only fell by two points to Marist and then Presbyterian needed overtime to get the win.
On average, the Keydets are scoring 67 points and allowing 72.7 points per game.
VMI only has two players scoring at least 10 points per game. Greg Parham leads the team with 12.7 points per game, and Jake Stephens trails shortly behind with 10.3 points per contest.
After opening the season with a win over Ark Monticello, the Red Wolves fell to Ole Miss by a score of 71-43. Thus far, Arkansas State is shooting 40.4% from the field.
On average, the Red Wolves are scoring 54 points and allowing 60 points per game.
VMI is led by guard Canberk Kus, who’s averaging 13.5 points, 4.5 rebounds, four steals, and three assists per game. J.J. Matthews is adding another 10 points and six rebounds per game.
|11-14-19||Steelers v. Browns OVER 40||Top||7-21||Loss||-109||33 h 23 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Steelers/Browns over40 -109
As the Steelers (5-4) are building momentum for a playoff run, they’ll go into Cleveland to battle the Browns (3-6) on Thursday Night Football. The over/under is set at 40 points.
Pittsburgh is currently riding a four-game winning streak that’s included three home wins and a road win against the Chargers. In all but one of those contests, the Steelers scored 24 points or more. In every game but the season opener against New England and their most recent contest, Pittsburgh has scored at least 20 points.
On average, the Steelers are scoring 21 points per game on 296 yards of offense while allowing 20 points per game on 356 yards.
Throwing for at least 240 yards in two of his last three games, Mason Rudolph has been good enough to get Pittsburgh in the playoff race. On the season, Rudolph has completed 64.5% of his passes with 11 touchdowns and four interceptions.
A disappointing season for the Browns became slightly more tolerable with last week’s three-point victory over Buffalo. Prior to that win, Cleveland lost four straight while allowing those opponents to score at least 24 points each.
On average, the Browns are scoring 19 points per game on 370 yards of offense while allowing 25 points per game on 374 yards.
Baker Mayfield was the good version of himself against the Bills. Mayfield threw for 238 yards with two touchdowns and no picks.
|11-14-19||Clippers -2.5 v. Pelicans||Top||127-132||Loss||-110||11 h 37 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Clippers -2½ -110
While the Clippers (7-4) have gotten off to a decent start without one of their two star players, the Pelicans (2-8) have won just 20% of their games thus far. Tonight, the Pelicans will be hosting the Clippers in New Orleans.
The two Los Angeles teams are once again atop the Pacific standings after the Clippers have earned a 0.5-game lead over the Suns. Yet the Clippers will need to go on a winning streak in order to catch the 9-2 Lakers. Before yesterday’s loss to Houston, the Clippers defeated both Portland and Toronto.
On average, the Clippers are scoring 110.2 points and allowing 106.5 points per game.
Kawhi Leonard leads Los Angeles with 26.8 points, 8.9 rebounds, six assists, and 2.1 steals per game. Lou Williams is the team’s second-leading scorer with 22.1 points per game.
The Pelicans are in the basement of the Southwest standings and don’t look to be much of a threat without Zion Williamson on the floor. New Orleans is also coming off a loss to the Rockets.
On average, the Pelicans are scoring 117 points and allowing 122.4 points per contest.
Brandon Ingram leads New Orleans with 25.9 points per game, but it’s unclear if he’ll be able to go this evening after picking up a knock to his knee.
|11-14-19||North Carolina v. Pittsburgh UNDER 50.5||Top||27-34||Loss||-109||11 h 41 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on North Carolina/Pittsburgh under50½ -109
The North Carolina Tarheels (4-5) have a chance to get back to .500 this evening, but they’ll have to take down a solid Pittsburgh Panthers team (6-3) to do so. The over/under is set at 50.5 points.
It’s been a wild season for a North Carolina squad that defeated South Carolina and only lost to #1 Clemson by a single point, but who’s also lost to Wake Forest and Appalachian State. The Tarheels have scored 24 points or fewer in four of their games.
On average, the Tarheels are scoring 28 points per game on 445 yards of offense while allowing 27 points per game on 396 yards.
Although he’s completing just 58.2% of his passes, North Carolina quarterback Sam Howell has thrown for 2,472 yards, 26 touchdowns, and five interceptions.
Pittsburgh has won five of their last six games, starting with a win over #15 UCF. Over their last five games, the Panthers have scored more than 20 points just twice and allowed more than 20 points just once.
On average, the Pitt Panthers are scoring 21 points per game on 380 yards of offense while allowing 20 points per game on 280 yards.
Quarterback Kenny Pickett leads the Pittsburgh offense with 1,952 yards, but he’s managed only one more touchdown (9) than he has interceptions (8).
|11-14-19||Hurricanes -140 v. Sabres||Top||5-4||Win||100||11 h 17 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Hurricanes -140
The Hurricanes (10-7-1, 21 points) and Sabres (9-6-2, 20 points) are both trying to regain positive momentum after hitting a string of losses. These two teams will face off tonight in Buffalo.
Carolina had been frustrated by a run of four-straight losses while allowing 17 goals. On Monday, the Hurricanes took that frustration out on the Senators, whom they beat by a score of 8-2. Sebastian Aho led the way with two goals.
On average, the Hurricanes are scoring 3.33 goals per game (10th) and allowing 2.89 goals per game (13th).
Defenseman Dougie Hamilton has been the most productive player for the Hurricanes, putting up team-highs for goals (8), assists (11), and points (19). With a save percentage of .907, Petr Mrazek is allowing 2.51 goals per game.
The Sabres enter this contest as losers of five straight. Buffalo allowed 18 goals in those five games while scoring just eight goals of their own.
On average, the Sabres are scoring 2.88 goals per game (17th) while allowing 2.76 goals per game (10th).
With eight goals,11 assists, and 19 points, center Jack Eichel leads Buffalo in all three categories. Goaltender Charlie Hutton leads the Sabres with 2.39 goals allowed per game and a .921 save percentage.
|11-14-19||Rangers +220 v. Lightning||3-9||Loss||-100||10 h 29 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Rangers +220
With 18 points apiece, the Rangers (8-6-2, 18 points) and Lightning (8-5-2, 18 points) are virtually even in the standings. Tonight, they’ll go head to head in Tampa Bay.
New York has won three of their last four, with the only a 6-5 loss keeping them from four-straight wins. Over this four-game stretch, the Rangers have scored 17 goals while allowing 10 goals.
On average, the Rangers are scoring 3.38 goals per game (8th) while allowing 3.25 goals per game (tied for 21st).
Aided by three power play goals, left winger Artemi Panarin leads the Rangers with eight total goals and 19 points. Although Henrik Lundqvist has recorded four wins, Alexandar Georgiev leads the team with a save percentage of .917 while allowing 2.73 goals per game.
The Lightning are also winners of three of their past four contests. However, Tampa Bay has allowed 16 goals in that period while scoring 15 of their own. Most recently, the Lightning defeated Buffalo twice in a row.
On average, the Lightning are scoring 3.40 goals per game (7th) while allowing 3.47 goals per game (25th).
With five goals and 10 assists, center Steven Stamkos leads the Lightning with 15 points. Goaltending has been a weakness for the Lightning. Andrei Vasilevskiy is allowing 3.01 goals per game, which is the best mark on the team.
|11-13-19||Stars +125 v. Flames||Top||3-1||Win||125||14 h 12 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Stars +125
The Flames (10-7-3, 23 points) have four more points than the Stars (8-8-2, 18 points), yet Calgary only finds itself one place higher than Dallas in their respective divisions. Tonight, Calgary will host the Stars.
Before falling to Winnipeg in overtime in their most recent contest, the Stars won four straight and seven of their last eight. On their four-game winning streak, Dallas outscored their opponents 16-6.
On average, the Stars are scoring 2.39 goals per game (29th) and allowing 2.44 goals per game (3rd).
Defense is the strength of this Dallas team, and goaltender Ben Bishop is the fulcrum of that defensive effort. With a save percentage of .928, Bishop is allowing 2.22 goals per game. Offensively, left winger Roope Hintz leads the attack with nine goals.
The Flames are coming off a loss to the Blues, and have lost two of their past four. Calgary has allowed 12 goals in those four games.
On average, the Flames are scoring 2.85 goals per game (18th) and allowing 2.90 goals per game (13th).
Leading Calgary goaltender David Rittich has won nine games, but isn’t able to match the numbers of Bishop. With a .914 save percentage, Rittich is allowing 2.75 goals per game.
|11-13-19||Providence v. Northwestern +8.5||Top||63-72||Win||100||13 h 24 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Northwestern +8½ -109
Having started the season with a flawless record through two games, the Providence Friars (2-0) will go on the road to take on the Northwestern Wildcats (0-1).
Providence topped the 100-point mark in their season opener against Sacred Heart while holding their opponent to just 60. The Friars then welcomed the NJIT Highlanders and had little more trouble, easily winning a 76-47 contest.
On average, the Friars are scoring 91 points and allowing 53.5 points per game.
Providence currently has five players scoring double-digit points per contest, three of which are averaging 10.5 points a game. Guard Alpha Diallo is the main man for the Friars thus far with an average of 17 points, 12 rebounds, and 2.5 assists per game.
Guard David Duke has added another 16 points, 6.5 assists, and 5.5 rebounds per game.
After losing by 10 to Merrimack, the Northwestern Wildcats are getting 8.5 points in tonight’s contest. After trailing Merrimack by just a single point at the half, Northwestern let their opponent get away from them in the final period of play.
Forward Pete Nance put in the best performance of the game for Northwestern. In 33 minutes, Nance went for 19 points and 12 rebounds while shooting 7-of-15 from the floor. Miller Kopp and Pat Spencer added 11 and 10 points, respectively.
|11-13-19||Purdue v. Marquette -2||55-65||Win||100||13 h 11 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Marquette -2 -109
The Marquette Golden Eagles (1-0) are set to kick off their season with two consecutive home games. If they’ll stay perfect through two games, Marquette will need to overpower the Purdue Boilermakers (1-1) this evening.
Purdue opened the season with two home games of their own. After taking down Green Bay in a comfortable game, the Boilermakers fell to Texas in a four-point contest.
On average, the Boilermakers are scoring 72.5 points and allowing 63.5 points per game.
Against Texas, Purdue was led by the 14 points of Sasha Stefanovic, who came off the bench. The pairing of Eric Hunter Jr. and Jahaad Proctor both scored a dozen points in at least 28 minutes on the floor as the most productive of the starting five.
Marquette faced Loyola-MD in the season opener and never had much trouble. Whilst scoring 44 points in both halves, the Golden Eagles built a big lead by holding Loyola to just 15 points in the first half before coasting to victory.
In the opener, the Marquette offense flowed through guard Markus Howard. In 26 minutes, Howard scored a game-high 38 points while shooting 7-of-10 from beyond the arc and 9-of-10 from the free-throw line. Howard also added five rebounds and two assists.
The rest of the Marquette team didn’t need to do much in the way of scoring, but both Koby McKewen and Sacar Anim dropped 11 points in the victory.
|11-13-19||Spurs v. Wolves UNDER 228.5||114-129||Loss||-109||12 h 57 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Spurs/Wolves under228½ -109
While the Spurs (5-5) are on a downward trend, the Timberwolves (6-4) are hoping to build momentum. Tonight, these two teams will face off in Minnesota. The over/under is set at 228.5 points.
Entering this evening’s contest, the Spurs are losers of four of their last five. Only a win against Oklahoma City has separated losses against the Lakers, Hawks, Celtics, and Grizzlies. On this five-game stretch, San Antonio has failed to top 100 points twice, and failed to top 115 points altogether.
On average, the Spurs are scoring 112.2 points and allowing 112.7 points per game.
Apart from DeMar DeRozan and LaMarcus Aldridge, no Spur is scoring more than 14.4 points per game. While DeRozan is scoring 19.4 points a contest, Aldridge is adding another 17.4 points per game.
After a pair of overtime games against Golden State and Denver, the Timberwolves defeated Detroit by six points. Now, Minnesota has won two of three and is aiming to build some momentum in the Western Conference.
On average, the Timberwolves are scoring 116 points and allowing 116.4 points per game.
Both Andrew Wiggins and Karl-Anthony Towns are scoring 25.5 points per game, but there’s little more that the Timberwolves offer offensively.
|11-13-19||Northern Illinois v. Toledo UNDER 54.5||Top||31-28||Loss||-110||35 h 41 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Northern Illinois/Toledo under54½ -110
Although the Toledo Rockets (6-3) haven’t played particularly well within the MAC, they own the best overall record in the conference. Wednesday, the Rockets will host the Northern Illinois Huskies (3-6). The over/under is set at 54.5 points.
Northern Illinois has lost two of their last three games, with the only victory coming against winless Akron. Against Miami of Ohio, the Huskies scored 24 points. Against Central Michigan, Northern Illinois scored just 10 points.
On average, the Huskies are scoring 23 points per game on 363 yards of offense while allowing 28 points per game on 372 yards.
While failing to score in the second half, the Northern Illinois offense struggled mightily against the Chippewas. The Huskies racked up just 251 yards of offense while quarterback Ross Bowers threw three interceptions and only a single touchdown.
Toledo is coming off two tight wins against Eastern Michigan and Kent State, but lost two straight prior to that. Against Bowling green and Ball State, respectively, the Rockets scored just seven and 14 points.
On average, the Rockets are scoring 29 points per game on 449 yards of offense while allowing 29 points per game on 467 yards.
Eli Peters led the Toledo offense in the past two games. On the season, Peters has thrown for 365 yards with three touchdowns and two picks.
|11-13-19||Grizzlies v. Hornets UNDER 220||Top||119-117||Loss||-109||11 h 16 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Grizzlies/Hornets under220 -109
Both the Grizzlies (3-7) and Hornets (4-6) are struggling to find wins early in this NBA season. Tonight, they’ll go head to head in Charlotte. The over/under is set at 220 points.
Although Memphis has managed only three wins out of 10, one of those wins came in their most recent game against the Spurs in San Antonio. That win is one of just four times the Grizzlies have scored more than 105 points in a game this season.
On average, the Grizzlies are scoring 109.1 points and allowing 119 points per game.
Rookie Ja Morant is the leading scorer for Memphis. On average, Morant is dropping 17.8 points and 5.2 assists per game. While six Grizzlies players are averaging 10 points or more, none are close the threatening 20 points per game so far this year.
The Hornets have hit their roughest patch of the season and are now losers of three straight. After falling to Boston, Charlotte dropped contests to both New Orleans and Philadelphia on a back-to-back. The Hornets have now failed to top 110 points in four of their past five games.
On average, the Hornets are scoring 105.8 points and allowing 113.2 points per game.
Charlotte has the same issue of not sending out a player who’s been able to average 20 points per game. Devonte Graham leads the way with 17.9 points and 7.6 assists whilst coming off the bench.
|11-13-19||Miami-OH -2 v. IUPU Ft Wayne||84-80||Win||100||9 h 14 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Miami-OH -2 -109
Both the Miami of Ohio Redhawks (0-1) and Purdue Fort Wayne Mastodons (1-2) are seeking a .500 record. One of them will do so when these two teams meet today.
Miami of Ohio opened the season against Wright State. A closely contested matchup ended in a seven-point loss for the Redhawks. A strong comeback effort fell short for Miami as they weren’t able to make up the ground lost after going down by nine before halftime.
For Miami of Ohio, only four players scored more than six points against Wright State. However, two of those players dropped more than 20 points.
Guard Nike Sibande was the top player for the Redhawks with his 24 points and nine rebounds. From the bench, Mekhi Lairy was the second-leading scorer for Miami of Ohio with his 21 points.
Fort Wayne has played two more games than tonight’s opponent, but have only one win to their name. That win came against Manchester, with both losses coming against UNLV and SE Missouri State.
On average, the Mastodons are scoring 80 points and allowing 81.7 points per game.
Two of Fort Wayne’s top three scorers are shooting less than 28% from three, with only forward Matt Holba topping that mark. On the season, Holba is averaging 14.3 points per game.
|11-12-19||Predators v. Canucks -105||3-5||Win||100||14 h 49 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Canucks -105
The Canucks (9-6-3, 21 points) have played one more game than the Predators (9-5-3, 21 points), but they’re level on points. Tonight, these two teams will face off in Vancouver.
After a strong start to the season, the Predators have lost four of their last five games. Although two of those losses have come via overtime or shootout in tight games, Nashville has also allowed six goals to Calgary and nine goals to Colorado.
On average, the Preds are scoring 3.82 goals per game (2nd) and allowing 3.06 goals per game (19th).
With five goals and 12 assists, defenseman Roman Josi leads the Predators with 17 points. By saving 270 of 296 shots faced, goaltender Pekka Rinne has earned a save percentage of .912.
The Canucks are looking to bounce back from a stretch of four-straight losses. Vancouver will be happy to be at home, where they’ve earned a record of 4-1-2.
On average, the Canucks are scoring 3.11 goals per game (14th) and allowing 2.56 goals per game (6th).
In addition to his six goals, Elias Pettersson leads the Canucks with 15 assists and 21 points. Goaltender Thatcher Demko is allowing 1.99 goals per game with a .933 save percentage.
|11-12-19||Texas-Arlington +6 v. Nevada||Top||73-80||Loss||-109||13 h 28 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Texas-Arlington +6 -109
The UT Arlington Mavericks (2-0) are searching for three wins out of three as they go on the road to take on the Nevada Wolf Pack (1-1) this evening.
The Mavericks followed up a destruction of the Texas Dallas Comets with a 73-59 win over Tulsa. Thus far, UT Arlington hasn’t allowed more than 59 points in a game. Meanwhile, the Mavericks have scored at least 73 points in both their games.
On average, the Mavericks are scoring 78.5 points and allowing 54.5 points per game.
The interesting thing about UT Arlington is that no one player stands out as a great scorer. Instead, the Mavericks offer a balanced offense with seven players averaging at least eight points per game. Forward Jabari Narcis leads the way with 11 points and 7.5 rebounds per game.
Nevada is a six-point home favorite, but the Wolf Pack have already lost once at home. Before a five-point win over Loyola Marymount, Nevada lost by five to Utah.
On average, the Wolf Pack are scoring 73 points and allowing 73 points per game.
Nevada doesn’t have much to offer offensively beyond Lindsey Drew and Jazz Johnson. While Drew is scoring 27 points per game and Johnson is scoring 18 points per game, only two other Wolf Pack players are scoring more than four points per game.
|11-12-19||Washington State +4 v. Santa Clara||62-70||Loss||-110||13 h 1 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Washington State +4 -110
Santa Clara is going in search of its third-straight win to open the season as the Broncos (2-0) are set to host the Washington State Cougars (1-0).
Washington State began their season with a 85-54 demolition of the Seattle Redhawks. While holding Seattle to a 21-point first half, the Cougars were able to score 43 and 42 in a consistent team performance.
In total, 12 Washington State players got onto the scoresheet against the Redhawks. The Cougars’ bench put up 25 points as a unit.
Forward CJ Elleby led the way with 27 points in 28 minutes on the floor. Elleby also added seven rebounds and two steals. Guard Isaac Bonton pitched in with 12 points, seven rebounds, and four assists.
Santa Clara followed up a big win over UC Santa Cruz with a 77-63 victory over Cal Poly. The Broncos used a 44-point second half to pull away from the Mustangs in the latter matchup.
On average, Santa Clara is scoring 87 points and allowing 57.5 points per game.
Of the four Santa Clara players averaging double-digit points, only forward DJ Mitchell is averaging more than 13 points per game. In addition to his 18 points per contest, Mitchell is bringing down 4.5 rebounds and dishing two assists per game.
|11-12-19||Nets v. Jazz -6.5||Top||114-119||Loss||-109||14 h 44 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Jazz -6½ -109
As the Jazz (7-3) look to keep up with the Nuggets in the Northwest division, they’ll look to stay perfect at home against the Nets (4-5) this evening.
Brooklyn is just 1-3 on the road this season, and is coming off a 138-112 loss to the Suns. In all but one of their nine games thus far, the Nets have allowed 113 points or more to their competition. Brooklyn has also allowed 125 points or more in four games.
On average, the Nets are scoring 119.8 points and allowing 121.7 points per game.
Although Brooklyn tries to overcome their weak defense with offensive firepower, only Kyrie Irving is currently averaging more than 16.8 points per game for the Nets.
The Jazz are finding their form once again with three wins in a row, two of which came against strong Eastern Conference teams in the form of Philadelphia and Milwaukee. In each of those three wins, Utah held their opponents to 108 points or fewer.
On average, the Jazz are scoring 103.1 points per game and allowing 98.1 points per game.
Young superstar Donovan Mitchell continues to lead the Jazz with 24.6 points, 5.1 rebounds, and 4.6 assists per game. Center Rudy Gobert is a big defensive presence for Utah with his team-high 13.1 rebounds and 1.1 blocks per game.
|11-12-19||Nets v. Jazz OVER 217||114-119||Win||100||13 h 55 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Nets/Jazz over217 -110
We’ll see two very different teams on display this evening as the high-scoring Nets (4-5) go into Utah to take on the suffocating Jazz (7-3). The over/under is set at 217 points.
Apparently, Brooklyn’s 127-126 season opening loss to the Timberwolves was a preview into the sort of game the Nets would be playing all year. In all but two of their games thus far, at least one team has scored 118 points or more. On three occasions, the winning team in a Brooklyn game has scored 134 points or more.
On average, the Nets are scoring 119.8 points and allowing 121.7 points per game.
With 30 points per game, point guard Kyrie Irving is leading the Nets in scoring in his first season with the team.
The Jazz are good defensively, but they’ve also shown the capability to score points themselves. In their most recent game, Utah scored 122 in a win over Golden State. The Jazz are currently riding a three-game winning streak.
On average, the Jazz are scoring 103.1 points and allowing 98.1 points per game.
With Donovan Mitchell on the floor, the Jazz always have the ability to score. On the season, Mitchell is scoring 24.6 points per game. Forward Bojan Bogdanovic is adding another 20.7 points per game.
|11-12-19||Oral Roberts v. Tulsa -6||67-74||Win||100||10 h 11 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Tulsa -6 -110
After today’s game between the Oral Roberts Golden Eagles (1-1) and the Tulsa Golden Hurricane, one team will fall below .500 and the other will gain a winning record.
Oral Roberts recently recovered from a season opening loss to Oklahoma State with a 95-81 win over the Houston Baptist Huskies. The Golden Eagles’ opposition was able to reach 80 points in both contests.
On average, Oral Roberts is scoring 85 points and allowing 80.5 points per game.
Against Oklahoma State, the Golden Eagles allowed five players to score 10 points or more. Against Houston Baptist, the Golden Eagles allowed guard Jalon Gates to hit six threes on his way to 25 points.
Oral Roberts’ leading scorer is Deondre Burns, who’s scored 21 points per game.
Tulsa opened the season with an eight-point win over Houston Baptist before dropping their second game to UT Arlington.
On average, the Golden Hurricane are scoring 69.5 points and allowing 72.5 points per game.
Against Houston Baptist, forward Jeriah Horne led all scorers with his 22 points. Guard Brandon Rachal earned a double-double in that contest with 12 points and 10 rebounds.
Against UT Arlington, guard Reggie Jones led Tulsa with 19 points from the bench.
|11-12-19||Blue Jackets +160 v. Canadiens||Top||2-3||Loss||-100||12 h 44 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Blue Jackets +160
With a win this evening, the Canadiens (9-5-3, 21 points) could propel themselves into second in the Atlantic. With that goal, the Canadiens will be hosting the Blue Jackets (6-8-3, 15 points) in Montreal.
A tough season for the Blue Jackets has gotten tougher over the last seven games of which Columbus has won only one. Over that stretch, the Blue Jackets have scored two goals or fewer on four occasions. Columbus is ahead of only New Jersey in the Metropolitan.
On average, the Blue Jackets are scoring 2.35 goals per game (30th) and allowing 3.41 goals per game (tied for 23rd).
On his way to 11 points, center Pierre-Luc Dubois has scored six goals, all of which have come from regular play. Gustav Nyquist leads the team with eight assists.
Over the past five games, the Canadiens have been slaloming between wins and losses. Columbus will hope that pattern will continue, as Montreal would be due for a loss after defeating the Kings by a goal in their most recent contest.
On average, the Canadiens are scoring 3.53 points per game (tied for 4th) and allowing 3.12 goals per game (20th).
Leading the line for Montreal is Jonathan Drouin, who’s scored a team-high seven goals with eight assists for 15 points.
|11-12-19||Northeastern -2 v. Massachusetts||71-80||Loss||-109||9 h 11 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Northeastern -2 -109
Today, either the Northeastern Huskies (2-0) or the UMass Minutemen (2-0) will be served their first loss of the season when these two teams go head to head.
In their first two games of the season, Northeastern beat up on Boston University and Harvard. Both contests were decided by five-point margins. Against Harvard, the Huskies scored at least 40 points in each half.
On average, Northeastern is scoring 78 points and allowing 73 points per game.
There’s no denying that guard Jordan Roland leads this Northeastern team on the floor. In addition to his four rebounds and two assists per game, Roland is averaging a monstrous 40.5 points per game so far this year after dropping 42 in the Harvard game.
After a comfortable win over Lowell River, UMass barely edged out Fairfield in a 62-60 contest. In the latter game, the Minutemen only received three points or fewer from five of its nine players who played at least nine minutes.
On average, the Minutemen are scoring 70.5 points and allowing 62 points per game.
UMass is led by guard T.J. Weeks, who’s averaging 16 points, 4.5 rebounds, and two steals per game. Center Tre Mitchell has added another 14 points and eight rebounds per contest.
|11-12-19||Eastern Michigan v. Akron UNDER 49||Top||42-14||Loss||-109||25 h 56 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Eastern Michigan/Akron under49 -109
The Akron Zips (0-9) remain winless on the season. They’ll be searching for their first win against the Eastern Michigan Eagles (4-5) this evening. The over/under is set at 49 points.
Easter Michigan is on a bad run of form, having dropped four of their last five contests. In those four losses, the Eagles failed to score more than 23 points on three occasions. Most recently, Eastern Michigan fell to Buffalo by a score of 43-14.
On average, the Eagles are scoring 26 points per game on 377 yards of offense while allowing 33 points per game on 445 yards.
Quarterback Mike Glass leads the Eastern Michigan offense with 1,991 yards, 16 touchdowns, and eight interceptions, but he didn’t even reach 100 yards passing against Buffalo 10 days ago.
The Zips are on a nine-game losing streak and have failed to score more than six points in any of their last four contests. On that losing streak, Akron has scored a total of nine points in four games.
On average, the Zips are scoring 10 points per game on 254 yards of offense while allowing 36 points per game on 390 yards.
In Akron’s last game, which was against Bowling Green, quarterback Kato Nelson threw for 60 yards and two picks without a touchdown.
|11-11-19||Seahawks v. 49ers UNDER 48||Top||27-24||Loss||-110||11 h 48 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Seahawks/49ers under48 -110
We’re a far cry from the Pete Carroll vs Jim Harbaugh and Richard Sherman vs Michael Crabtree rivalries of years past, but this evening’s Monday Night Football offering gives us a showdown between two NFC West powerhouses once again. The over/under is set at 48 points.
Behind MVP candidate Russell Wilson, the Seahawks have won five of their last six. Seattle looks good, but the defense has been susceptible, which is why they needed overtime to defeat the Bucs last week.
On average, the Seahawks are scoring 28 points per game on 410 yards of offense while allowing 26 points per game on 392 yards.
As previously mentioned, quarterback Russell Wilson is putting up an MVP-caliber year. Thus far, he’s thrown for 2,505 yards with 22 touchdowns and just a single interception. However, Wilson will be going up against the league’s best defense, statistically.
By allowing 241 yards per game, the 49ers defense ranks first in the NFL. By allowing 12.8 points per game, the 49ers rank second behind New England.
As the NFL’s only remaining undefeated team, San Francisco will be on extra rest after surviving a 28-25 Thursday Night game against the Cardinals. Before last week’s game, the 49ers held their opponents to 13 points or fewer in four straight games.
On average, the 49ers are scoring 29 points per game on 398 yards per game while allowing 13 points per game on 272 yards.
|11-11-19||Rockets -4.5 v. Pelicans||Top||122-116||Win||100||12 h 34 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Rockets -4½ -109
While Houston is figuring out its new star backcourt, they’ve managed to jump out to a 6-3 start. Tonight, the Rockets (6-3) will head into New Orleans for a showdown with the Pelicans (2-7).
With a win this evening, Houston would extend its current winning streak to four games. Against Memphis, Golden State, and Chicago, the Rockets were able to average 118 points while holding their three opponents to an average of 106 points.
On the season, the Rockets are averaging 120.1 points and allowing 118.7 points per game.
It appears that Houston will goes as far as guards James Harden and Russell Westbrook will take them, and that could be a deep playoff run.
Thus far, Harden is averaging 37.1 points and 8.2 assists per game, and Westbrook is averaging 21.4 points, 9.3 rebounds, and 7.9 assists per game.
Without first-overall pick Zion Williamson, the Pelicans have struggled throughout their first nine games of the season. Before overcoming Charlotte by five points two nights ago, New Orleans hit a stretch of three straight losses.
On average, the Pelicans are scoring 117.1 points and allowing 122.4 points per game.
In Zion’s absence, Brandon Ingram is leading the Pelicans with his 25.9 points, 7.3 rebounds, and 3.9 assists per game.
|11-11-19||DePaul +9.5 v. Iowa||Top||93-78||Win||100||13 h 51 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on DePaul +9½ -110
Having started the year with three games in four days, the DePaul Blue Demons (3-0) have jumped out to a flawless record. Tonight, the Blue Demons will be on the road to take on the Iowa Hawkeyes (1-0).
While they haven’t played NCAA Tournament-level competition thus far, DePaul has taken care of business against whoever’s been put in front of them. Through three games, the Blue Demons have won by at least 11 points in each contest against Alcorn State, Chicago, and Fairleigh Dickinson.
On average, the Blue Demons are scoring 75.3 points and allowing 56 points per game.
Thus far, DePaul can boast four players averaging 11 points or more. Charlie Moore has separated himself as the top scorer on the team with 19.3 points per game in addition to his five assists and 2.3 assists per contest.
With an 87-60 win over SIU Edwardsville, Iowa started the season on the right foot. The Hawkeyes were led by center Luka Garza, who earned a double-double with a team-high 20 points and 12 rebounds.
Guard Joe Wieskamp was Iowa’s next-best player, as he went for 16 points, four rebounds, and two assists. Apart from Garza and Wieskamp, no other Hawkeye player scored more than nine.
|11-11-19||Mavs v. Celtics -3.5||106-116||Win||100||11 h 4 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Celtics -3½ -110
After Gordon Hayward fractured his hand in a collision with LaMarcus Aldridge, the Celtics (7-1) will be without their star big man when they host the Mavericks (6-3) in Boston this evening.
The Mavs have won three of their last four after taking down Memphis by a score of 138-122 two days ago. However, Dallas fell to the lowly 2-8 Knicks the day prior.
On average, the Mavericks are scoring 116.3 points and allowing 111.9 points per game.
The duo of Luka Doncic and Kristapz Porzingis has been the leading force for a solid Dallas team. While Porzingis is averaging 20.1 points, 8.3 rebounds, and 2.6 blocks per game, Doncic is tops on the team with his 27.7 points, 10.8 rebounds, 9.1 assists, and 1.2 steals per game.
Although they lost Hayward in the contest, the Celtics were able to defeat the Spurs 135-115 as they extended their winning streak to seven games. On this streak, Boston has scored at least 112 points in five of the seven games.
On average, the Celtics are scoring 113.1 points and allowing 103.8 points per game.
Boston will miss Hayward’s 18.9 points per game, but they can make up with it with three other scorers. While Kemba Walker leads the team with 24.5 points per game, Jayson Tatum is averaging 21.3 points and Jaylen Brown is averaging 18.8 points per contest.
|11-11-19||Samford +9 v. Belmont||63-95||Loss||-110||10 h 8 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Samford +9 -110
Both the Samford Bulldogs (1-1) and Belmont Bruins (0-1) are trying to build some momentum early in the 2019-20 season. One team will fail to do so when these team face off this evening.
Samford is just a four-point, double-overtime loss to Morehead State away from beginning the season 2-0. Despite dropping their season opener, the Bulldogs bounced back with a 68-42 victory over KY Wesleyan. Samford put together a consistent performance against Wesleyan, scoring 33 and then 35 while holding Kentucky Wesleyan to 21 in both halves.
The Bulldogs rely on their starters for the majority of their points, but they appear to be up to the task. Against Wesleyan, guard Brandon Austin led all scorers with 17 points. Forwards Robert Allen and Jalen Dupree added another 14 and 11 points, respectively.
Belmont went up against Illinois State in their season opener. Despite jumping out to a 31-23 lead at the half, Belmont ended up losing by seven points to the Redbirds.
In addition to Nick Hopkins’ 12 points from the bench, the Bruins had three starters with 13 points or more. Center Nick Muszynski led the way with 20 points, followed by 17 from Grayson Murphy and 13 from Adam Kunkel.
|11-11-19||Coyotes v. Capitals -185||Top||4-3||Loss||-185||10 h 43 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Capitals -185
The Capitals (13-2-3, 29 points) just keep winning. Tonight in Washington D.C., the Capitals will try to extend their winning streak when they host the Coyotes (9-6-2, 20 points).
Arizona has only just recently let the leaders in the Pacific Division create a gap ahead of them. The Coyotes haven’t won a game since November 4th when they beat Edmonton by one. Since then, the Coyotes have lost three straight to the Flames, Blue Jackets, and Wild.
On average, the Coyotes are scoring 2.82 goals per game (20th) and allowing 2.41 goal per game (tied for 2nd).
Darcy Kuemper continues to be one of the better goaltenders in the NHL. Thus far, Kuemper is allowing 2.00 goals per game on a .930 save percentage.
The Capitals currently hold a four-point lead atop the Metropolitan Division. Washington has built that lead with six victories in a row. The Caps haven’t lost since October 24th.
On average, the Capitals are scoring 4.06 goals per game (1st) and allowing 3.06 goals per game (18th).
Throughout their current six-game winning streak, the Capitals have scored 30 goals while holding their opponents to a total of just 17 goals.
|11-10-19||Oilers v. Ducks -115||6-2||Loss||-115||11 h 20 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Ducks -115
While the Oilers (11-5-2, 24 points) sit atop the Pacific Division, the Ducks (9-7-1, 19 points) are in the pack of teams with a chance to catch the division leaders. Tonight, The Ducks will host the Oilers in Anaheim.
Before Friday’s win over New Jersey, Edmonton dropped two straight against St. Louis and Arizona. In those losses, the Oilers only managed four total goals while giving up eight combined.
On average, the Oilers are scoring 2.83 goals per game (19th) while allowing 2.50 goals per game (5th).
Although Connor McDavid leads Edmonton with 19 assists, it’s Leon Draisaitl who’s leading the Oilers offense with 14 goals and 30 points. With a .927 save percentage, Mikko Koskinen is allowing 2.18 goals per game.
While Anaheim has lost its two most recent contests, they’ll be hosting today’s game on four days of rest. The Ducks have scored at least two goals in each of their last six games, and have scored five or more twice in those games.
On average, the Ducks are scoring 2.65 goals per game (24th) while allowing 2.53 goals per game (6th).
With a .926 save percentage, Ryan Miller has allowed 2.30 goals per game between the pipes for Anaheim.
|11-10-19||Nets v. Suns -2||112-138||Win||100||12 h 1 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Suns -2 -110
While much of the offseason discussion revolved around the new-look Nets (4-4), it’s the Suns (5-3) who own the better record through eight games. Today, the Suns will host the Nets in Phoenix.
Brooklyn has struggled for consistency so far this season, but they’re on their best stretch after winning three of their last four contests. In those three wins, the Nets have allowed their opponents to score at least 115 points.
On average, the Nets are scoring 120.8 points per game and allowing 119.6 points per game.
Kyrie Irving is a man on a mission after leaving Boston for a fresh start in Brooklyn. Thus far, Irving is averaging 31.9 points, 7.5 assists, and 5.8 rebounds per game. Caris LaVert is second on the team with 17.9 points per game.
One of the most surprising stories at the start of the NBA season has been the strength of the Suns, who won three straight before a loss to Miami in their most recent contest. In those three wins, Phoenix scored at least 114 points in each contest.
On average, the Suns are scoring 114.1 points and allowing 108.6 points per game.
While Devin Booker leads the team with 25.6 points per game, Ricky Rubio has been one of the Suns’ best players by contributing 12.4 points, 8.1 assists, and 6.6 rebounds per game.
|11-10-19||Flyers +195 v. Bruins||Top||3-2||Win||195||10 h 40 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Flyers +195
If the Bruins (11-3-2, 24 points) want to ensure they’ll end the day in sole possession of first place in the Atlantic Division, they’ll need a victory over the Flyers (9-5-2, 20 points), who visit Boston today.
Having won four of their last five, Philadelphia is one of the hottest teams in hockey. They’ve scored at least three goals in every game over this five-game stretch, with only a shootout loss to Toronto holding the Flyers back from a five-game winning streak.
On average, the Flyers are scoring 3.19 goals per game (12th) while allowing 3.00 goals per game (tied for 16th).
With seven goals and a team-leading 10 assists, center Travis Konecny is tops on the Flyers with 17 points. Oskar Lindblom leads Philly with eight goals from the right wing.
Although the Bruins sit atop their division, they’ve lost their last two games. In those defeats to Detroit and Montreal, Boston has allowed nine combined goals.
On average, the Bruins are scoring 3.63 goals per game (4th) and allowing 2.44 goals per game (4th).
Right winger David Pastrnak has been incredible for the Bruins, scoring 15 goals and assisting 15 times for a team-best 30 points.
|11-10-19||UC-Santa Barbara +5.5 v. UCLA||61-77||Loss||-109||9 h 34 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on UC-Santa Barbara +5½ -109
When the UC Santa Barbara Gauchos (1-0) and UCLA Bruins (1-0) go head to head this evening, one team will exit the game with their first loss of the season.
The Gauchos opened the year against Jackson State, who they dominated in a 21-point victory. UC Santa Barbara had racked up 83 points by the end of the game, using a 46-28 second-half performance to pull away.
While holding Jackson State to just three players with double-digit points, UC Santa Barbara had four double-digit scorers of their own.
Three Gauchos starters had 17 points or more, as Amadou Sow led the way with 20 points in addition to his nine rebounds and two assists. Max Heidegger added another 19 points, and guard Jaquori McLaughlin had a strong performance with 17 points, four assists, and three rebounds.
UCLA could breathe a sigh of relief after surviving Long Beach State in the season opener. After trailing at the half, the Bruins needed a 42-point second half to win by the score of 69-65.
A balanced UCLA offense had four players with at least 10 points, but no Bruin scored more than 15 against Long Beach State.
Leading the way for UCLA was Tyger Campbell, who managed just 15 points in 37 minutes on the floor.
|11-10-19||Pacers v. Magic UNDER 204||Top||109-102||Loss||-110||10 h 20 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Pacers/Magic under204 -110
After an 0-3 start to the year, the Pacers (5-4) have won five of their last six. Indiana now heads into Orlando as one of the hottest teams in the league for a matchup with the Magic (3-6). The over/under is set at 204 points.
Only a 122-120 overtime loss to Charlotte has kept Indiana from winning six straight. On this streak, the Pacers have held opponents to 95 points or fewer on two occasions, and 108 points or fewer on five occasions.
On average, the Pacers are scoring 109.3 points and allowing 106.3 points per game.
Point guard Malcolm Brogdon is leading the Pacers with 21 points and nine assists per game. Domantas Sabonis is also off to an impressive start, averaging 19.9 points and a team-leading 12.6 rebounds per game. In total, five Pacers are averaging at least 14.8 points per game.
Orlando is coming off a win in which they held Memphis to just 86 points, but the Magic lost their four previous games in a row. In three of those four losses, Orlando failed to score more than 94 points.
On average, the Magic are scoring 97.7 points while allowing 98.2 points per game.
Nikola Vucevic leads all Orlando scorers with just 17 points per game.
|11-10-19||Portland v. San Jose State -1.5||Top||72-57||Loss||-109||7 h 3 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on San Jose State -1½ -109
The San Jose State Spartans (1-0) are aiming for a perfect start through two games of the season. To do so, they’ll need to overcome the visiting Portland Pilots (1-1).
After a dominant victory over Willamette, Portland dropped a 76-65 contest to USC. The Pilots struggled to keep up throughout the game, letting the Trojans get too far out in front with a 41-35 first half.
In the USC game, Pilots guard Isaiah White led the team with 22 points. White made six of his 10 three-point attempts and both of his free throws. Only two other players, Takiula Fahrensohn and Jojo Walker, had 10 points in the game.
The Spartans earned a 79-71 win over Hofstra in the season opener. Tonight will be San Jose State’s first home game of the year.
The Spartans had four players score double-digit points in the victory over Hofstra. From the bench, Richard Washington led the way with 23 points in addition to his seven rebounds and three assists. Forward Craig LeCesne was a force in the paint with 19 points and 11 rebounds for a double-double.
Guard Seneca Knight added another 13 points, eight rebounds, three assists, and three steals.
|11-10-19||Panthers v. Packers OVER 47||16-24||Loss||-110||24 h 15 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Panthers/Packers over47 -110
Many were calling the Packers (7-2) the best team in the NFC until last week’s stumble against the Chargers. Today, Green Bay will be hosting the Panthers (5-3). The over/under is set at 47 points.
Carolina has won five of their last six, but a 51-13 demolition at the hands of the 49ers was a real wakeup call for Kyle Allen and this team. In each of their last three games, the Panthers have scored at least 30 points.
On average, the Panthers are scoring 26 points per game on 365 yards of offense while allowing 26 points per game on 384 yards.
MVP candidate Christian McCaffrey is averaging 5.3 yards per carry. In addition to his 881 yard and 10 touchdowns on the ground, McCaffrey has added another 363 yards and three touchdowns as a receiver.
Perhaps the most shocking result of the NFL season came last week when the Chargers held Aaron Rodgers and the Packers to just 11 points and won by 15. However, that loss for Green Bay was preceded by four wins in a row with the Packers scoring at least 31 points in three of them.
On average, the Packers are scoring 25 points per game on 371 yards of offense while allowing 21 points per game on 399 yards.
|11-10-19||Dolphins +11.5 v. Colts||Top||16-12||Win||100||28 h 35 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Dolphins +11½ -105
Fresh off their first win of the NFL season, the Dolphins (1-7) now set their sights on the Colts (5-3) as they travel into Indianapolis looking for two straight.
Through several recent games, Miami had jumped out to a lead only to see it fade away. Against the Jets, Miami claimed a first-half lead and never looked back, earning a 26-18 victory. Although it was just Miami’s second game of 21 points or more, it was the best version of Ryan Fitzpatrick, who threw for three TDs.
On average, the Dolphins are scoring 13 points per game on 284 yards of offense while allowing 32 points per game on 411 yards.
The win over New York was Miami’s second time holding their opponent to 18 or fewer points in the last four weeks.
Although the five-win Colts have shown enough grit and talent to defeat the likes of Kansas City and Houston, they’ll enter Sunday’s game without Jacoby Brissett at quarterback. Instead, Brian Hoyer will make his first start in over two years.
The Colts are laying 11.5 points in this contest, yet they’ve failed to earn a margin of victory of more than seven points all season long.
On average, the Colts are scoring 23 points per game on 356 yards of offense while allowing 22 points on 355 yards.
|11-10-19||Bills v. Browns OVER 40.5||16-19||Loss||-109||17 h 14 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Bills/Browns over40½ -109
It’s been a Freaky Friday of a season in which we’ve seen the Bills (6-2) jump out to the record many expected the Browns (2-6) to have at this stage. With these two set to meet today in Cleveland, the over/under is set at 40.5 points.
Buffalo has won six of their eight games, but their two losses have come against the only two teams with a winning record on the schedule thus far. Yet we can’t fault the Bills for having a relatively easy schedule. Right now, Buffalo enters the weekend as winners of three of their last four.
On average, the Bills are scoring 20 points per game on 351 yards of offense while allowing 16 points per game on 312 yards.
In Buffalo’s last two wins, they’ve scored 24 points or more. In Buffalo’s last loss, which came against Philadelphia, the Bills allowed 31 points.
The downward spiral for Cleveland has only gotten worse, as the team from Cleveland finds itself on a four-game losing streak. Throughout those four games, the Browns have allowed at least 24 points in each contest.
On average, the Browns are scoring 19 points per game on 368 yards of offense while allowing 26 points per game on 377 yards.
Cleveland will be at home today, which is where they most recently scored 28 in a loss to Seattle.
|11-09-19||Blues v. Flames -135||3-2||Loss||-135||13 h 16 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Flames -135
The Blues (11-3-3, 25 points) look fully prepared to defend their Stanley Cup title, but they’ll be coming up against stiff competition in the form of the Flames (10-7-2, 22 points) tonight in Calgary.
St. Louis has earned a five-point lead in the Central Division with Nashville and Colorado both sitting on 20 points. The Blues have done so with a six-game winning streak that’s included four overtime victories. Tonight’s contest will be St. Louis’ fourth away game in a row.
On average, the Blues are scoring 3.18 goals per game (14th) while allowing 2.82 goals per game (tied for 10th).
On their current six-game winning streak, the Blues have only won a single game by more than one goal.
The Flames are on the heels of the Oilers in the Pacific Division. With a win this evening, Calgary could pull themselves level atop those standings. Calgary has been almost as hot as the Blues, winning four of their past five games.
On average, the Flames are scoring 2.89 goals per game (17th) while allowing 2.89 goals per game (13th).
To earn nine wins from between the pipes, goaltender David Rittich is allowing 2.74 goals per game with a .915 save percentage.
|11-09-19||Cal-Irvine +3 v. Pepperdine||73-77||Loss||-110||11 h 34 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Cal-Irvine +3 -110
While the UC Irvine Anteaters (1-0) earned a victory in their season opener, the Pepperdine Waves (0-1) weren’t so fortunate. Tonight, these two squads will face off in Firestone Fieldhouse.
With a huge come-from-behind performance, the Anteaters earned a big 76-73 victory over San Diego. UC Irvine was outscored 48-34 in the first half, then used a suffocating defensive effort to limit San Diego to just 25 second-half points.
In an effort to bridge the 14-point gap the Anteaters were up against, three Cal Irvine starters scored at least 13 points. Guard Evan Leonard led the team with 19 points, six rebounds, three steals, and two assists while hitting all 10 of his free throws.
Tommy Rutherford added another 16 points and six rebounds while Collin Welp scored 13 points and four rebounds.
Pepperdine faced a tough task in a season-opening matchup against California, and they couldn’t stand up to it. By a score of 87-71, the Waves were beaten handily despite taking a two-point lead into the locker room at half.
Guard Colby Ross was the best player on the floor for Pepperdine. In 35 minutes, Ross scored 19 points and added seven assists and three rebounds. Kessler Edwards was right behind Ross, scoring 18 points of his own.
|11-09-19||Blackhawks v. Penguins -210||Top||2-3||Win||100||11 h 36 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Penguins -210
The Blackhawks (5-7-3, 13 points) have yet to find a rhythm in this NHL season. On the other hand, the Penguins (9-6-1, 19 points) have been a capable team thus far. Tonight, the Penguins will host the Blackhawks in Pittsburgh.
Despite their slow start, Chicago has won two of their past three games. On either side of a 4-2 loss to the Sharks, the Blackhawks took down the Ducks and Canucks.
On average, the Blackhawks are scoring 2.53 goals per game (28th) while allowing 3.00 goals per game (tied for 15th).
Right winger Patrick Kane spearheads the Blackhawks attack. Thus far, Kane has scored five goals and 11 assists for 16 points, all of which are team highs.
Sitting third in the Metropolitan Division, the Penguins are trying to catch the Capitals and Islanders. Recently, Pittsburgh bounced back from back-to-back losses with a 4-3 win over the Islanders.
On average, the Penguins are scoring 3.44 goals per game (7th) while allowing 2.63 goals per game (tied for 8th).
This balanced Pittsburgh team is led by Sidney Crosby’s 12 assists and 17 points on offense, and the goaltending pairing of Tristan Jarry and Matt Murray on the defensive end.
|11-09-19||Golden Knights v. Capitals -130||2-5||Win||100||10 h 27 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Capitals -130
The Capitals (12-2-3, 27 points) may be the best team in the NHL after roaring out to 12 wins. Tonight, Washington will test their might against a good Golden Knights team (9-5-3, 21 points).
Upon earning a solid 21 points, Vegas currently owns a tie for third alongside Vancouver in the Pacific Division. However, the Golden Knights have hit a rough patch as losers of three of their past four. Vegas had trouble keeping the puck out of their net early on in that stretch, allowing a combined nine goals to the Canadiens and Jets.
On average, the Golden Knights are scoring 2.94 goals per game (16th) while allowing 2.82 goals per game (tied for 10th).
Vegas is relying on Marc-Andre Fleury to do much of the work on the back end. Allowing 2.40 goals per game on a .924 save percentage, Fleury has earned nine wins.
The Capitals would be winners of 10 straight if not for a 4-3 overtime defeat to Edmonton. Now, Washington finds themselves on a five-game winning streak that’s included two overtime wins and a shootout victory.
On average, the Capitals are scoring 4.00 goals per game (tied for 1st) while allowing 3.12 goals per game (tied for 18th).
The Capitals have scored 25 goals in their last five games, and look ready to outscore anyone.
|11-09-19||Utah State v. Fresno State UNDER 59||37-35||Loss||-110||33 h 23 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Utah State/Fresno State under59 -110
Once the final whistle blows at the conclusion of a contest between the Utah State Aggies (4-4) and the Fresno State Bulldogs (4-4), one team will have a winning record and the other will have a losing record. The over/under is set at 59 points.
Utah State enters this Saturday as losers of three of their last four. In each of those three losses, the Aggies scored 14 or fewer points. In their lone victory over that stretch, Utah State held Nevada to 10 points.
On average, the Aggies are scoring 27 points per game on 419 yards of offense while allowing 26 points per game on 443 yards.
With a weak running game, quarterback Jordan Love is burdened with moving the Utah State offense forward. However, Love has thrown nine touchdowns and 12 interceptions.
After dropping their first two games of the season, Fresno State has won four of their last six. In two of those four wins, the Bulldogs held their opponent to 20 points or fewer.
On average, the Bulldogs are scoring 34 points per game on 415 yards of offense while allowing 32 points per game on 409 yards.
Jorge Reyna leads the Fresno State offense from the quarterback position. Thus far, Reyna has thrown for 1,843 yards with 11 touchdowns and six interceptions.
|11-09-19||Washington State v. California OVER 51||20-33||Win||100||32 h 1 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Washington State/California over51 -110
Of the six four-win teams in the Pac-12, two will face off on Saturday night when the Cal Golden Bears (4-4) host the Washington State Cougars (4-4). The over/under is set at 51 points.
After a hot 3-0 start, the Cougars have dropped four of their last five games. However, Washington State has scored at least 34 points in four of those contests. Additionally, the Cougars’ opponents scored at least 37 points in each of their four losses.
On average, Washington State is scoring 42 points per game on 521 yards of offense while allowing 30 points per game on 450 yards.
Having thrown for at least 400 yards in six of their eight games, Washington State quarterback Anthony Gordon has racked up 3,387 yards with 32 touchdowns and nine picks.
The Golden Bears are in a free fall with four straight losses after winning their first four. The last of those four losses came against #12 Utah in a 35-0 demolition.
On average, the Golden Bears are scoring 17 points per game on 293 yards of offense while allowing 21 points per game on 373 yards.
Offensively, much of the load falls upon running back Christopher Brown Jr., who’s rushed for 504 yards and four touchdowns.
|11-09-19||San Diego v. Long Beach State +2||62-74||Win||100||9 h 4 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Long Beach State +2 -110
Both the San Diego Toreros (0-1) and Long Beach State 49ers (0-1) got off to a rough start in their respective season openers. Today, it’s going to get worse for one of these two squads who face off today.
The UC Irvine Anteaters handed San Diego a tough three-point loss in their first game of the season. The Toreros fell apart with just 25 points in the second half after jumping out to a 48-34 lead at halftime.
Stamina may have been an issue for San Diego with only seven players seeing meaningful minutes on the floor. Both Joey Calcaterra and Braun Hartfield played 35 minutes.
Offensively, Hartfield led the way with a team-high 17 points in addition to his eight rebounds and two assists. Guard Marion Humphrey added another 14 points.
Long Beach State took a tough loss of their own as the UCLA Bruins came out on top by just a four-point margin. This was another case of letting the game slip in the second half after the 49ers earned a 33-27 at halftime.
Of the three Long Beach State players who reached double-digit points, Michael Carter III and Chance Hunter did most of the damage. While Carter III had 20 points, Hunter added another 19.
|11-09-19||Celtics v. Spurs -1||Top||135-115||Loss||-109||8 h 30 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Spurs -1 -109
The Celtics (6-1) have rolled over just about every team they’ve faced so far this season. Tonight, they’ll attempt to do the same to the Spurs (5-3) in San Antonio.
Since a loss to the 76ers in the season opener, Boston has ripped off six straight wins. Throughout that streak, only one game has ended as a one-possession game. The Celtics have scored at least 104 in every win, but were held to just 93 points by Philly.
On average, the Celtics are scoring 110 points while allowing 102.1 points per game.
Among the three Celtics averaging at least 20 points, Kemba Walker leads the way with 24.3 points per game. Jayson Tatum is averaging 21.6 points and 7.7 rebounds per game, and Gordon Hayward is averaging 20.3 points and 7.9 rebounds per game.
After two straight losses to the Lakers and Hawks, the Spurs responded with a 121-112 win over the Thunder in their most recent game. While San Antonio has lost three games, only one has come at home.
On average, the Spurs are scoring 112.3 points and allowing 109.9 points per game.
DeMar DeRozan leads all San Antonio scorers with his 20 points per game while adding five rebounds and 4.8 assists.
|11-09-19||Tennessee State +3 v. Chattanooga||Top||57-59||Win||100||9 h 27 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Tennessee State +3 -109
While the Chattanooga Mocs (0-1) failed to come out of their season opener as victors, the Tennessee State Tigers (1-0) did. Today, these two teams will face off against one another.
Against Alabama A&M, Tennessee State exploded for 106 points while holding their opponent to just 66. With 64 points in the first half, the Tigers nearly matched the Bulldogs’ total in half the time.
Apart from two 14-point scorers, Alabama A&M didn’t have another player reach double-digit points against Tennessee State. Meanwhile, four of the Tigers’ five starters and a bench player all reached 10 points or more.
Leading the way for Tennessee State was Carlos Marshall Jr., who dropped 22 points with four rebounds and three assists. Guard Will Harris added another 15 points, seven rebounds, and three assists.
With a 79-68 loss to Eastern Kentucky, Chattanooga picked up where they left off last year after a 20-loss season. The Mocs actually led at the half, but were outscored 46-30 in the second half.
Three Chattanooga players went for 12 points or more, but two Mocs who played double-digit minutes failed to score a single point.
David Jean-Baptiste led the way with 18 points in addition to his five rebounds.
|11-09-19||New Mexico State v. Ole Miss OVER 64||3-41||Loss||-110||30 h 52 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on New Mexico State/Ole Miss over64 -110
Through eight games, the New Mexico State Aggies (0-8) are winless. Saturday night, they’ll take on the Ole Miss Rebels (3-6) in Mississippi. The over/under is set at 64 points.
It was easy to give New Mexico State a pass after starting off the season 0-2 after having to play #23 Washington State and #2 Alabama, but they’ve never turned it around. The Aggies have allowed at least 41 points in five of their eight games.
On average, New Mexico State is scoring 18 points per game on 345 yards of offense while allowing 42 points per game on 478 yards.
This far, New Mexico State quarterback Josh Adkins has thrown for 1,797 yards with nine touchdowns and 14 picks. Running back Jason Huntley has rushed for 575 yards and five touchdowns.
Prior to last week’s 20-14 loss to #11 Auburn, Ole Miss was able to put up 31 points in a win over Vanderbilt and 27 in a loss to Mizzou. The Rebels are currently on a three-game losing streak, but are playing the perfect team to remedy that run of misfortune.
On average, the Rebels are scoring 25 points per game on 415 yards of offense while allowing 26 points per game on 419 yards.
|11-09-19||Stanford v. Colorado OVER 55||13-16||Loss||-110||28 h 17 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Stanford/Colorado over55 -110
The Colorado Buffaloes (3-6) are currently last in the Pac-12, and they’ll face their next challenge on Saturday when the Stanford Cardinal (4-4) come to town. The over/under is set at 55 points.
Stanford is currently in the midst of its best run of form after winning three of four. Among those victories, a 23-13 win over #15 Washington is the most impressive. Stanford last played Arizona, scoring 41 in the win.
On average, the Cardinal are scoring 23 points per game on 348 yards of offense while allowing 28 points per game on 414 yards.
While Stanford has had to rotate quarterbacks around, they’ve been steady at running back with Cameron Scarlett leading the way. So far, Scarlett has rushed for 700 yards and five touchdowns.
After jumping out to a 3-1 start, Colorado has lost five straight. Throughout this losing streak, the Buffaloes have allowed at least 31 points in each contest.
On average, the Buffaloes are scoring 26 points per game on 406 yards of offense while allowing 34 points per game on 480 yards.
Spearheading the Colorado offense is quarterback Steven Montez, who’s thrown for 2,242 yards with 14 touchdowns and nine interceptions.
|11-09-19||Georgia Tech v. Virginia OVER 45||28-33||Win||100||26 h 5 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Georgia Tech/Virginia over45 -110
The Virginia Cavaliers (6-3) are atop their side of the Atlantic Coast Conference. Saturday, Virginia will take on the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (2-6), who sit at the bottom of the ACC. The over/under is set at 45 points.
Georgia Tech recently followed up a 28-21 win over Miami with a 20-10 loss to Pittsburgh. In the two games prior, the Yellow Jackets allowed 41 to Duke and 38 to North Carolina.
On average, Georgia Tech is scoring 17 points per game on 299 yards of offense while allowing 29 points per game on 405 yards.
Leading the Georgia Tech offense is quarterback James Graham, who’s thrown for 723 yards with six touchdowns and four picks on top of 122 rushing yards with six touchdowns on the ground. Running back Jordan Mason has rushed for 622 yards and six TDs of his own.
Virginia has won two of its last three, scoring 38 and 48 points in their two victories. Although the Cavaliers offense has struggled on the road, they’ll be at home for Saturday’s contest, where they’ve scored at least 28 in every contest.
On average, Virginia is scoring 31 points per game on 364 yards of offense while allowing 22 points per game on 310 yards.
|11-09-19||East Carolina v. SMU OVER 71||Top||51-59||Win||100||27 h 41 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on East Carolina/SMU over71 -110
The #25 SMU Mustangs (8-1) managed to hang on to their ranked status after last week’s loss. Saturday night, the Mustangs will host the East Carolina Pirates (3-6). The over/under is set at 71 points.
ECU is one of the weakest teams in the American Athletic Conference, made apparent by their current streak of four-straight losses. It’s been a tough schedule for the Pirates lately, having to face Temple, UCF, and #17 Cincinnati, but they should have performed better than their 45-20 performance against USF.
On average, ECU is scoring 24 points per game on 402 yards of offense while allowing 30 points per game on 422 yards.
Over their last three games, the Pirates have allowed at least 41 points in each contest. Of ECU’s seven defeats, opponents have failed to reach at least 34 points on just one occasion.
A week ago, SMU appeared to be the AAC’s best team. However, a 54-48 loss to #24 Memphis shredded the Mustangs’ undefeated status. Despite that loss, SMU has still scored at least 34 points in every contest, and has put up as many as 49 in a single game.
On average, the Mustangs are scoring 44 points per game on 509 yards of offense while allowing 31 points on 401 yards.
|11-09-19||Florida State v. Boston College OVER 62.5||38-31||Win||100||26 h 7 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Florida State/Boston College over62½ -110
Two middle-of-the-pack ACC teams are set to face off on Saturday afternoon as the Boston College Eagles (5-4) host the Florida State Seminoles (4-5). The over/under is set at 62.5 points.
The Seminoles are coming off a demoralizing loss to Miami in a rivalry game. That loss means FSU has now dropped three of their past four games. To start the streak, Florida State lost to #2 Clemson by a score of 45-14.
On average, the Seminoles are scoring 27 points per game on 393 yards of offense while allowing 29 points per game on 434 yards.
Running back Cam Akers has been a steady force in the FSU backfield. Averaging five yards per carry, Akers has rushed for 983 yards and 12 touchdowns on the season.
Boston College has earned a winning record by winning two of their last three. Sandwiched between wins over NC State and Syracuse was a 59-7 loss to #4 Clemson. In those two wins, the Eagles scored 45 and 58 points.
On average, Boston College is scoring 34 points per game on 481 yards of offense while allowing 31 points per game on 482 yards.
The Boston College offense has been led by running back AJ Dillon, who’s rushed for 1,286 yards and 13 touchdowns.
|11-08-19||Bucks v. Jazz UNDER 217.5||Top||100-103||Win||100||13 h 4 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Bucks/Jazz under217½ -109
Both the Bucks (6-2) and the Jazz (5-3) figure to be two of the NBA’s better teams when the season comes to an end. Tonight, they’ll test one another in a game in Utah. The over/under is set at 217.5 points.
After a surprising 2-2 start to the season, Milwaukee has ripped off four wins in a row. They’ve finally looked like the Eastern Conference juggernauts of last year by holding three of their four opponents in this winning streak to 106 points or fewer.
On average, the Bucks are scoring 122.3 points and allowing 112 points per game.
In Milwaukee’s most recent contest – a 129-124 win over the Clippers – Giannis Antetokounmpo earned game-high marks with 38 points and 16 rebounds.
After two straight defeats, the Jazz responded with a 106-104 win over the 76ers. As a team, Utah has topped 106 points just twice this year. Thus far, no Utah opponent has scored more than 105 points in a game.
On average, the Jazz are scoring 100.8 points and allowing 96.6 points per game.
Other than Donovan Mitchell and Bojan Bogdanovic, the Jazz don’t have a player averaging 13 points or more. Mitchell is putting up 25.5 points per game while Bogdanovic is adding another 20.1 points.
|11-08-19||Canucks v. Jets -125||Top||1-4||Win||100||11 h 7 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Jets -125
As the Canucks (9-4-3, 21 points) fight for a top place within the Pacific Division, they’ll go into Winnipeg to take on the Jets (8-7-1, 17 points) this evening.
Just a single point behind the Oilers and Flames, Vancouver’s been a solid team through 16 games. However, they’ll be playing their second game in as many nights, and they’ve lost two straight. Yesterday, Vancouver took a 5-2 loss at the hands of Chicago.
On average, the Canucks are scoring 3.38 goals per game (8th) while allowing 2.50 goals per game (5th).
Although goaltender Jacob Markstrom leads the way with five wins, Thatcher Demko has been the better goalie with 1.78 goals allowed per game and a .938 save percentage.
Before a loss to New Jersey in their most recent contest, the Jets won two straight against the Sharks and Golden Knights. Winnipeg should be well rested after enjoying three days off since their last game.
On average, the Jets are scoring 2.63 goals per game (tied for 25th) while allowing 3.13 goals per game (19th).
On his way to earning six wins from between the pipes, goaltender Connor Hellebuyck has saved 373 of his 401 shots faced for a .930 save percentage.
|11-08-19||Cavs v. Wizards OVER 229.5||113-100||Loss||-110||10 h 6 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Cavs/Wizards over229½ -110
Between them, the Cavaliers (2-5) and Wizards (2-5) have just four combined wins out of 14 games. Tonight, these teams will go head to head in the nation’s capital. The over/under is set at 229.5 points.
After a 117-111 win over Chicago, the Cavs have lost three games in a row. Out of those three losses, Cleveland’s opponents scored at least 119 points in two of them.
On average, the Cavaliers are scoring 106.1 points and allowing 112.1 points per game.
Kevin Love has continued his impressive start to the NBA season. Thus far, Love is averaging 18.9 points, 14.4 rebounds, and 4.1 assists per game, all of which are team highs. Between Love, Collin Sexton, Tristan Thompson, and Jordan Clarkson, Cleveland has four players averaging 15 points or more per game.
The Wizards are coming off a 121-106 loss to the Pacers two nights ago. Of Washington’s five losses, their opponents have only scored fewer than 121 points on one occasion.
On average, the Wizards are scoring 115.3 points and allowing 118.1 points per game.
Bradley Beal leads the Wizards with 27 points per game in addition to his 6.1 assists and 4.7 rebounds per game. However, Washington can boast seven players averaging at least 10 points per game.
|11-08-19||Pistons v. Pacers OVER 210||106-112||Win||100||10 h 41 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Pistons/Pacers over210 -110
In a fight for the second spot in the Central division of the Eastern Conference, the Pacers (4-4) will host the Pistons (4-5) in Indiana. The over/under is set at 210 points.
The Pistons are winners of two of their last three contests. In those two wins, Detroit scored 113 points or more. In each of their five losses, the Pistons allowed at least 115 points per game.
On average, the Pistons are scoring 108.8 points and allowing 111.2 points per game.
Center Andre Drummond has been a beast throughout the beginning of the NBA season. Thus far, Drummond is averaging 21.9 points and 18.6 rebounds per game. Derrick Rose isn’t far behind Drummond, scoring 20.8 points per game of his own.
After starting the season with three-straight losses, the Pacers have won four of their past five games. In three of their last five contests, Indiana has scored at least 118 points.
On average, the Pacers are scoring 109 points and allowing 106.4 points per game.
Of the five players averaging at least 14 points per game, Pacers point guard Malcolm Brogdon leads the way with 22.3 points and 9.9 assists per game.
|11-08-19||Central Florida v. Tulsa UNDER 70.5||Top||31-34||Win||100||32 h 35 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Central Florida/Tulsa under70½ -110
A Friday evening college football offering pits two mirrored records against one another as the UCF Knights (7-2) go on the road to take on the Tulsa Golden Hurricane (2-7). The over/under is set at 70.5 points.
It hasn’t been the season UCF was hoping for, but they’ve only dropped two contests this year. The Knights have scored at least 41 points in each of their seven wins, and have scored 34 or more in all but one game all season.
On average, the Knights are scoring 46 points per game on 551 yards of offense while allowing 22 points per game on 348 yards.
Quarterback Dillon Gabriel leads an explosive offense with his 2,516 yards, 23 touchdowns, and five interceptions. Gabriel’s favorite target is Gabriel Davis, who’s caught 53 balls for 962 yards and 10 touchdowns.
Tulsa got off to a .500 start through four games, but has since lost five straight. Throughout that rough stretch, the Golden Hurricane have been held to 26 points or fewer on three occasions.
On average, Tulsa is scoring 24 points per game on 403 yards of offense while allowing 33 points per game on 407 yards.
Tulsa’s leading running back, Shamari Brooks, has been held to fewer than 100 yards in five of his last six games.
|11-08-19||Siena +20.5 v. Xavier||Top||63-81||Win||100||9 h 15 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Siena +20½ -109
Cincinnati, Ohio will be the destination for a showdown between the Siena Saints (1-0) and the #19 Xavier Musketeers (1-0). Siena is getting 20.5 points in this contest.
The Saints opened the season with a big 96-80 win over American. In that game, Jalen Pickett led all scorers with his 22 points from the bench. Pickett also added five rebounds and four assists in his 30 minutes on the floor.
In addition to Pickett, Siena had three other scorers drop 14 points or more. Forward Elijah Burns was perhaps the most influential player on the floor for the Saints as he put up 19 points, nine rebounds, three assists, and two blocks. Manny Camper pitched in with 14 points, eight rebounds, and four assists.
A fast-paced Siena team figures to offer more of a challenge for Xavier than the Musketeers’ first opponent, Jacksonville University. Despite severely outmatching Jacksonville, Xavier was only able to muster a 19-point victory, and they’re laying more than 20 points tonight.
Against Jacksonville, both Tyrique Jones and Naji Marshall scored 17 points. While Jones also snagged 11 rebounds, Jones added six rebounds, four assists, and two steals.
In total, four Musketeers scored at least 11 points.
|11-08-19||Loyola-Chicago +5.5 v. Furman||63-87||Loss||-110||9 h 12 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Loyola-Chicago +5½ -110
Both the Loyola-Chicago Ramblers (1-0) and the Furman Paladins (1-0) kicked off the college basketball season with a win. Tonight, these two teams will go head to head.
In Loyola’s first game, which came against UC Davis, the Ramblers demolished their opponent by scoring 82 and holding the Aggies to just 48 points. Loyola jumped out to a 39-22 lead at the half and never looked back.
In the opening contest, four Loyola starters reached double-digit points. Center Cameron Krutwig led the way with 15 points in addition to his 11 assists and eight rebounds. Krutwig finished the night 6-for-8 from the floor, and figures to be a big part of Loyola’s plans going forward.
Tate Hall was another vital player for the Ramblers in the season opener. In total, Hall scored 14 points while racking up nine rebounds, four assists, and three steals.
Furman was on the road against Webber to open the season. A relatively close game ended in a seven-point victory for the Paladins.
Much of Furman’s offense came down to the trio of Noah Gurley, Alex Hunter, and Clay Mounce, who were the only three Paladins in double digits. Gurley was the leading scorer of the bunch with 18 points.
|11-08-19||Marist +7.5 v. VMI||58-56||Win||100||9 h 12 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Marist +7½ -110
The Marist Red Foxes are set to open their 2019-20 college basketball season with a matchup against the VMI Keydets (0-1).
Marist will be looking to improve upon a season in which they managed just 12 wins. To end the season, the Red Foxes followed up a four-game winning streak with a five-game losing streak, including a 71-68 overtime loss in the season finale.
Against non-conference competition last year, the Red Foxes went 5-7 while allowing 68.9 points per game and scoring 65.8 points per game.
On the flip side, VMI went 3-6 out of conference and allowed those opponents to score 81.8 points per game while scoring 70.9 points per game of their own.
The Keydets started the season with a 80-68 loss to East Carolina. In that contest, only two VMI players managed to get to double-digit points.
Greg Parham was the leading Keydets scorer by a wide margin with 23 points. Parham also added four rebounds, three assists, and two steals. Jake Stephens, who scored 10 points in 22 minutes, was the only other VMI player to reach double digits.
In addition to a lack of scoring, the Keydets have an issue slowing down opposing offenses. Against ECU, VMI allowed two Pirates to score 20 points or more.
|11-07-19||Heat v. Suns OVER 219||Top||124-108||Win||100||14 h 35 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Heat/Suns over219 -109
Both the Heat (5-2) and the Suns (5-2) have gotten out to fast starts this season. Tonight, the Suns will play host to the Heat in Phoenix. The over/under is set at 219 points.
Before losing a 109-89 game to the Nuggets in their last outing, Miami ripped off three wins in a row before that. In those victories over Atlanta (twice) and Houston, the Heat scored 106, 112, and 129 points.
On average, the Heat are scoring 113.7 points and allowing 106.6 points per game.
The Heat have plenty of guys capable of scoring points. With Jimmy Butler back on the floor, Miami has seven players averaging at least 10 points per game and three players averaging at least 15 points per game. Leading the way is Kendrick Nunn, who’s scoring 18.3 points per game.
The Suns have been a pleasant surprise in the Western Conference, earning a spot between the two Los Angeles clubs in the Pacific division. Phoenix now finds itself in the midst of a three-game winning streak with victories over Golden State, Memphis, and Philadelphia.
On average, the Suns are scoring 115 points and allowing 106.4 points per game.
For Phoenix, the scoring starts with Devin Booker, who’s averaging 26.1 points per game. Ricky Rubio has found new life in the desert, averaging 12.7 points, 6.5 rebounds, and a team-high 8.5 assists per game.
|11-07-19||Blue Jackets +140 v. Coyotes||3-2||Win||140||13 h 31 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Blue Jackets +140
After earning two very different results through the early section of the NHL season, the Blue Jackets (5-7-3, 13 points) will head into Arizona to take on the Coyotes (9-4-2, 20 points) this evening.
Columbus is ahead of only New Jersey in the Metropolitan Division, and has plenty of work to do to catch up to 25-point Washington. The Blue Jackets have lost five straight, but two of the last three have come by way of a one-goal difference.
On average, the Blue Jackets are scoring 2.33 goals per game (30th) while allowing 3.47 goals per game (26th).
The Blue Jackets will have confidence playing against the Coyotes, as Columbus has come out victorious in seven of the last eight meetings between the two.
Arizona finds themselves just two points from the top of the Pacific Division. The Coyotes have gone to overtime in each of their last two contests, taking down Edmonton before falling to Calgary.
On average, the Coyotes are scoring 2.87 goals per game (18th) while allowing 2.27 goals per game (2nd).
With a save percentage of .940 and by allowing just 1.69 goals per game, Arizona goaltender Darcy Keumper has been among the best in the league.
|11-07-19||Canucks v. Blackhawks +105||2-5||Win||105||11 h 17 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Blackhawks +105
Two teams at opposite ends of the standings will face off this evening in Chicago when the Blackhawks (4-7-3, 11 points) host the Canucks (9-3-3, 21 points).
Behind only Edmonton, Vancouver has emerged just ahead of the group of teams sitting on 20 points. However, the Canucks have dropped two of their past three games. In each of those losses to the Ducks and Blues, Vancouver managed just one goal.
On average, the Canucks are scoring 3.47 goals per game (6th) while allowing 2.33 goals per game (tied for 3rd).
Although he’s only scored six goals, center Elias Pettersson has become indispensable for the Canucks after racking up a team-high 14 assists and 20 points.
If the Blackhawks will make any sort of run towards a playoff position, they’ll need to start reeling in victories to get themselves out of the bottom of the Central Division. Recently, Chicago lost to the Sharks before a 3-2 win over the Ducks.
On average, the Blackhawks are scoring 2.36 goals per game (29th) while allowing 3.07 goals per game (17th).
Patrick Kane remains a steady force in Chicago. With four goals and nine assists for 13 points, Kane leads the Blackhawks in all three categories.
|11-07-19||Temple v. South Florida UNDER 50||Top||17-7||Win||100||33 h 43 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Temple/South Florida under50 -109
After a 5-1 start, the Temple Owls (5-3) are now desperate to stay in the mix at the top of the American Athletic Conference. Thursday night, they’ll have a chance to improve their record with a conference game against the South Florida Bulls (4-4). The over/under is set at 50 points.
Temple was riding high after a 30-28 win over #23 Memphis, but two straight losses to #19 SMU and UCF brought the Owls back down to earth. In each of those two defeats, Temple scored just 21 points.
On average, the Owls are scoring 28 points per game on 402 yards of offense while allowing 28 points per game on 402 yards.
Anthony Russo leads the Temple offense with 1,873 yards, 16 touchdowns, and eight interceptions. However, Russo has been held to less than 200 passing yards in each of the past two games.
South Florida has been struggling to stay afloat all season long. They’ve had their best stretch of the season lately, earning three wins out of four with a bad loss to Navy in the middle.
On average, the Bulls are scoring 26 points per game on 353 yards of offense while allowing 28 points per game on 385 yards.
In their last three wins, the Bulls have held their opponents to 23 points or fewer. In their last loss, the Bulls scored only three points.
|11-07-19||Golden Knights v. Maple Leafs -125||Top||1-2||Win||100||11 h 11 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Maple Leafs -125
The Golden Knights (9-5-2, 20 points) will be a long way from home when they take on the Maple Leafs (8-5-3, 19 points) this evening in Toronto.
At this point in time, Vegas is sitting in fourth place within a Pacific Division that features six teams between 19 and 22 points. With a win tonight, the Golden Knights could put themselves even with 22-point Edmonton. However, Vegas has lost two of their last three and three of their last five.
On average, the Golden Knights are scoring 3.06 goals per game (16th) while allowing 2.88 goals per game (14th).
With eight goals and 10 assists, Mark Stone has been the most productive player on the ice for Vegas with his team-leading 18 points. In goal, Marc-Andre Fleury is allowing 2.40 goals per game on a .924 save percentage.
The Maple Leafs currently trail only Boston and Buffalo in the Atlantic Division. And with seven goals in two games, Toronto is looking to extend their winning streak to three games tonight.
On average, the Maple Leafs are scoring 3.44 goals per game (7th) while allowing 3.25 goals per game (21st).
Auston Matthews continues to lead the way for the Maple Leafs with his team-high 12 goals and 18 points.
|11-06-19||76ers v. Jazz UNDER 212||Top||104-106||Win||100||13 h 0 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on 76ers/Jazz under212 -110
After suffering their first loss of the season, the 76ers (5-1) will try to bounce back in Utah when they take on the Jazz (4-3) this evening. The over/under is set at 212 points.
With Joel Embiid serving his suspension, Philadelphia didn’t have enough to keep up with the Suns on Monday. By a score of 114-109, Philly lost for the first time after starting the season on a five-game winning streak.
On average, the 76ers are scoring 114 points and allowing 107.3 points per game.
Led by Embiid’s 23.3 points per game, the 76ers have five players averaging at least 13 points. Tobias Harris has been good to start the season, averaging 20.3 points and 8.8 rebounds.
After three wins in a row, the Jazz have dropped their last two contests. In those losses, Utah only managed 101 and 94 points. Through seven games, the Jazz have scored more than 101 points only twice.
On average, the Jazz are scoring 100 points and allowing 95.6 points per game.
For Utah, the scoring is up to Donovan Mitchell and Bojan Bogdanovic. Mitchell is averaging 25.7 points and Bogdanovic is averaging 20.2, but no other Jazz player is averaging more than 12.4 points.
|11-06-19||Cincinnati v. Ohio State -6.5||56-64||Win||100||13 h 47 m||Show|
50* Powerhouse Play on Ohio State -6½ -109
A pair of Ohio rivals will take the court in the season opener as the Cincinnati Bearcats go into Columbus to take on the #18 Ohio State Buckeyes.
After a strong 14-4 performance in the American Athletic Conference and a 28-7 season overall, head coach Mick Cronin left Cincinnati for greener pastures at UCLA. Cronin has been replaced by John Brannen, who led Northern Kentucky to two NCAA Tournament berths in three years.
Although they appear to be outmatched this evening, the Bearcats can lean on returning wing player Jarron Cumberland. Last season, Cumberland averaged 18.8 points and 4.4 rebounds per game.
Cincinnati will also send out transfer point guard Chris McNeal, who averaged 9.5 points a game last year, but who’s also going to be playing for his fifth team in five years.
After bringing in the top recruiting class in the Big Ten, the Buckeyes are ready to bounce back from a disappointing 20-15 season.
The Buckeyes have a host of talent ready to replace the likes of C.J. Jackson, who averaged 12 points and 3.5 assists per game last year. Look for E.J. Liddell, who highlights a freshman class as a 6-6, 236-pound all-around player who blocked 500 shots in high school.
|11-06-19||Miami-OH v. Ohio OVER 54.5||Top||24-21||Loss||-110||8 h 2 m||Show|
100* Sharp Money Syndicate Play on Miami-OH/Ohio over 54½ -110
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