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Wednesday, 1 April 2015

NBA Picks April 2015

So the regular season is literally twenty days from being completed and the start of the NBA Play Offs means that teams are beginning to focus ahead to those games.

Well not all teams are looking that far ahead with the bottom of the Eastern Conference looking highly competitive to determine which three teams will figure at the bottom of that Conference. At the start of the month we see the Milwaukee Bucks, Miami Heat and Brooklyn Nets in the 6-8 spots in the Eastern Conference, but I wouldn't be rushing out there to back all three of them to make sure they get into the Play Offs.

The Western Conference has the Number 8 Seed still available to fight over, but the Oklahoma City Thunder look like they will have enough to see off the New Orleans Pelicans for that position. However, losing Kevin Durant for the season and Serge Ibaka being banged up means the Thunder need to really try and find a way to get above the Dallas Mavericks in the Number 7 Seed and avoid the Golden State Warriors in the First Round at least.

I will have a list ranking the Play Off teams ahead of the First Round which will begin later this month, but I will conclude regular season picks on this thread.

Wednesday 1st April
Detroit Pistons @ Charlotte Hornets Pick: The Detroit Pistons had an impressive win over the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday, although the Number 1 Seed in the Eastern Conference were giving their starters more of a rest. That won't be the case on Wednesday as they take on the Charlotte Hornets who are almost drinking in the last chance saloon when it comes to playing their way into the Eastern Conference Play Offs.

The Pistons can't make the Play Offs now barring a huge collapse from the teams above them, but they have continued to play hard with Reggie Jackson and Andre Drummond a huge key to their success. Those signs are positive for Stan Van Gundy and next season, but Detroit can't be overlooked in this one with 5 wins in their last 6 games behind them.

Add in the fact that Charlotte haven't dealt with the pressure of a Play Off race that effectively as injuries take their toll on the roster and it makes it much harder to see why they are giving up so many points in this one. Detroit are also 11-8 against the spread playing on a back to back while the Pistons have won on 4 of their last 5 visits to Charlotte so taking the points looks the call.

Chicago Bulls @ Milwaukee Bucks Pick: This is a match up that has almost been confirmed, although the Milwaukee Bucks are doing everything they can to fall out of the Play Offs. Trading away players ahead of the trade deadline and injuries are hurting Milwaukee who are only 2 games ahead of the Miami Heat in the Number 7 Seed and 3 games ahead of the Boston Celtics outside of the Play Offs.

My only concern would be that the Chicago Bulls decide to not give anything away in this one having dominated the Bucks and this likely being the one match up that they would enjoy in the First Round.

Milwaukee are 8-17 against the spread in the second half of the season as their struggles have come about and the Chicago Bulls are beginning to get healthier and turn a corner just in time for the Play Offs. Momentum is still important as you get into the last month of the season and I think the Bulls show enough to continue their dominance of Milwaukee and win the game here.

Dallas Mavericks @ Oklahoma City Thunder Pick: The Dallas Mavericks are unlikely to be finishing higher than Number 7 in the Western Conference, although the fear may be that they can be dragged back by the Oklahoma City Thunder and have the almost impossible task of beating the Golden State Warriors in the First Round.

That makes this game important for the Mavericks, but the end a three game road trip here and play the Houston Rockets at home tomorrow which may take away some of their focus. Add in the fact that Monta Ellis is going to be sitting out in this one and Oklahoma City could take advantage and earn a vital win to keep the New Orleans Pelicans at bay.

The Thunder are coming off a three game road trip that ended with a vital win at the Phoenix Suns, but they have been much better at home, while the Dallas Mavericks are just 6-14 against the spread as the underdog this season. Dallas have also lost 4 of their last 5 games and look like a team that is limping into the post-season and one of the weaker teams in a loaded Western Conference.

Russell Westbrook continues to carry the Thunder to heights that are unexpected in the absence of Kevin Durant and I like Oklahoma City to get a big win on the board in this one.

Thursday 2nd April
It was a pretty awful opening day of the month, especially the manner in which the Chicago Bulls and Oklahoma City Thunder blew their games. Neither team looks the part of a real NBA title contender, although the Bulls can at least point to the recovery of Derrick Rose and his potential return as a big boost to their chances.

On the other hand, the Thunder are going to go nowhere if they can't find some Defense which was brutally exposed by the Dallas Mavericks who basically got whatever they liked on that side of the court. The Golden State Warriors are likely the Thunder's First Round opponent, if Oklahoma City get into the Western Conference Play Offs that is, and they will do well to win a game.

Phoenix Suns @ Golden State Warriors Pick: The Golden State Warriors have shown little sign that they are slowing down in anticipation of the Play Offs and they can put a dagger into the Phoenix Suns on Thursday night by beating them at the Oracle Arena.

The Warriors are not just winning games, but winning them in dominant fashion with an ability to get extremely hot from outside the three point arc and hammering teams. Compare that to the Phoenix Suns who allowed a huge lead to disappear in a home loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder which effectively ends their chances of making the Play Offs as well as the blow out loss at the Portland Trail Blazers and it is hard to see how they pick themselves up.

Golden State have won their last 2 games against Phoenix by 18 and 19 points respectively and I think they can get the outside shooting to cover a large number against a demoralised opponent who are perhaps thinking of the off-season already.

Sunday 5th April
Houston Rockets @ Oklahoma City Thunder Pick: This is a big game for the Oklahoma City Thunder as they try to hold off the New Orleans Pelicans for the final spot in the Western Conference Play Offs. However, they are going to have to show a lot better Defensive shape if they are going to knock off the Houston Rockets who are trying to wrap up the Number 2 Seed and ensure they avoid playing the San Antonio Spurs in the First Round.

The Rockets should be well rested having had a couple of days rest since their last game and that means Dwight Howard will get his minutes. With the interior Defense of the Thunder decimated by injury, Howard could have a huge game for Houston and then release the three point shooting lanes for the likes of Jason Terry, Trevor Ariza and potential MVP James Harden.

Russell Westbrook will give Oklahoma City Thunder a boost Offensively as he has without Kevin Durant and Serge Ibaka to support him, but James Harden will have a chip on his shoulder too having never accepted being traded away by the Thunder.

It could be a fun, high-scoring game, but the Thunder are just 1-3 against the spread as a home favourite of three points or fewer and I like Houston to cover.

Chicago Bulls @ Cleveland Cavaliers Pick: There will be some revenge in the air for LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers having been embarrassed by the Chicago Bulls the last time these teams met, but the bigger goal will be winning this game and almost certainly ensuring they finish with the Number 2 Seed in the Eastern Conference.

There is a chance that Derrick Rose is going to return to the rotation for this game, but the Cavaliers have been in fine form and you can't really expect Rose to come back and immediately make a huge impact.

Cleveland have really picked up their play against the better teams too as they have gone 9-4 against the spread when playing teams with winning records in the second half of the season. I expect the home team to put up a statement win and take the mental edge into any Play Off series these two teams perhaps meet in during the coming months.

LA Clippers @ LA Lakers Pick: The LA Clippers still have a chip on their shoulder about not being the most famous basketball team in Los Angeles and I can't imagine they will let the LA Lakers off the hook in this one.

Playing on a back to back has been difficult for the Clippers, but they did get to rest their starters in the blow out of the Denver Nuggets and there is too much talent in the Clippers locker room for the Lakers to deal with.

Add the fact that the Clippers are still looking to improve Seeding for the Play Offs and have been doing a lot of winning in recent games and it is a tough situation for the LA Lakers to deal with who are lottery bound.

The Clippers have regularly blown out the Lakers as the talent has shifted to their side of the Staples Center in the last few seasons and I expect them to do the same here.

Tuesday 7th April
Charlotte Hornets @ Miami Heat Pick: It is that time of the season when every defeat can be fatal in a team's bid to reach the Play Offs and you would imagine the loser of this one is likely to be done in the Eastern Conference.

Injuries have hurt both the Miami Heat and Charlotte Hornets and both teams could be missing their big men as Hassan Whiteside and Al Jefferson look set to sit this one out. The game could come down to which of the reserves have the biggest impact on the glass, but Miami might be missing Chris Anderson too in this game.

Luol Deng is another player that looks set to miss out for the Heat, but I do think Miami have the better back court of the two teams which might make the difference. There will be tension in the air on Tuesday evening, but Charlotte have struggled against teams with losing records in the second half of the season and missing Jefferson is huge for them.

San Antonio Spurs @ Oklahoma City Thunder Pick: This game has so many implications for the Western Conference Play Off picture, but I am going to be backing the Oklahoma City Thunder with the points which is dangerous on the current form that the San Antonio Spurs have shown.

The Spurs have won 7 games in a row and all by double-digits which also includes a complete blow out of the Oklahoma City Thunder. However, I think this might be a good spot for the Thunder to take them on as San Antonio play Houston tomorrow night which is arguably the more important game in improving Seeding.

San Antonio actually play Houston twice in the next three days and winning both of those games could see them move as high as Number 2 in the Western Conference, so there is a chance they overlook Oklahoma City. The Thunder will be desperate for the win to try and hold off the New Orleans Pelicans, but they will have to show better Defense if they are to beat an in-form Spurs team.

The Thunder have lost 5 of their last 6 games which includes 3 in a row, but they are very competitive at home and I will take the points on offer.

LA Lakers @ LA Clippers Pick: The LA Clippers blew out the LA Lakers on Sunday and I don't see much of a reason to not back them for a second time against an opponent they love to kick when they are down. The Clippers are still chasing the Number 2 Seed in the Western Conference and they have plenty of time to rest following this one to get ready for the big game against the Memphis Grizzlies later in the week so I expect to see a fully focused effort.

The blow out on Sunday means the Clippers have won 5 of their last 6 against the LA Lakers by at least 20 points per game. The rivalry and the long time the Clippers spent in the shadow of the Lakers means they are motivated to keep winning these games as big as possible and there is so much Offense available to the Clippers.

The Lakers are averaging just 91 points per game over their last five games and their last 4 losses have come by wide margins. They are already looking ahead to getting the franchise back on track next season and the Clippers are 5-2 against the spread when favoured by more than 12.5 points at home. It is a huge number, but I like the Clippers to cover again.

Wednesday 8th April
Washington Wizards @ Philadelphia 76ers Pick: After a dip in form looked to have ended the chances of the Washington Wizards from improving their Seeding in the Eastern Conference, a recent revival might have changed all that.

Fortunately for the Wizards, neither Toronto or Chicago have really gotten away from them and winning their remaining games might just see Washington as high as Number 3 in the East. That will mean home court advantage in at least one Round, while also the 'easier' First Round series, but the bigger concern will be trying to keep momentum behind them.

It might be a good time to play the Philadelphia 76ers who are struggling with injuries and now see the finish line in another difficult season. There is hope for the future, but it is probably best for them to get as many lottery balls into the mix as possible for a potential Number 1 Draft Pick.

Philadelphia have given Washington some trouble this season and did beat them here at the end of February. However, I think the Wizards are in better form and I will back them to cover.

Toronto Raptors @ Charlotte Hornets Pick: The Toronto Raptors might have been a little premature in playing their best basketball early in the season, but they remain in contention for a top Seed in the Eastern Conference.

They are dealing with injuries which is a concern with the Play Offs just two weeks away, but should have a little too much for the Charlotte Hornets who lost a big game on Tuesday night. The Hornets are also missing Al Jefferson and the loss to the Miami Heat puts them in as a big doubt to reach the Eastern Conference Play Offs now.

Charlotte had to put a lot into the game against the Heat in which they fell short and Toronto are well-rested as well as a decent road favourite of 3 points or less this season. The Raptors have lost back to back games against teams at the bottom of the Eastern Conference Play Off, but the situation might suit them as they have had a few days to prepare for this game.

One concern would be the fact that Charlotte have played Toronto well over the last couple of years and won both games against them this season. However, I think they could be feeling sorry for themselves after the defeat to Miami and could suffer a let down in this one too.

Houston Rockets @ San Antonio Spurs Pick: I must need my head testing for going against the San Antonio Spurs for a second night in a row, especially with the way they blew out the Oklahoma City Thunder on Tuesday.

That should mean the starters are all well-rested for this huge game which has a lot of Play Off Seeding implication going forward. The Houston Rockets have also been in fine form, but the San Antonio Spurs look like a team that has peaked at the right time with the Play Offs fast approaching and the defending Champions will be anything but an easy out.

However, I still think they are giving up too many points against a rested opponent like Houston who can be incredibly hot from the perimeter to keep themselves in games. Dwight Howard's return is another boost for the Rockets and this should be far more competitive than what Oklahoma City produced last night.

Houston have played it very well at San Antonio in recent games as well so I will go back to the well and back them to at least keep this close against the incredibly hot Spurs.

Friday 10th April
Charlotte Hornets @ Atlanta Hawks Pick: The Atlanta Hawks don't have a lot to play for, but they should still let their starters play enough of this game to see off the Charlotte Hornets at home, especially as the latter have had two devastating blows towards their own Play Off chances.

With injuries killing the front court, the Hornets might already look to the future and give their rookies more playing time after a disappointing season.

Atlanta did blow out the Hornets when they hosted them earlier this season and look to be rounding back into form at the right time with the Play Offs beginning in ten days time. They have won three straight games in April and blew out their first two opponents this month so backing them to get over the number looks the right call.

Indiana Pacers @ Detroit Pistons Pick: The Indiana Pacers can't afford to drop a game like this one if they are going to make their way into the Eastern Conference Play Off and facing the Detroit Pistons might be coming at the right time.

The Pacers have won their last three games to give them a great chance to get into the top eight in the Conference, and all of those have come in blow out fashion as the return of Paul George has given the team a shot in the arm.

However, Indiana have lost their last two really tough road games at Brooklyn and Boston and the Pistons have the size and quality to at least push them close. Detroit have not been in great form themselves, but they have always played the Pacers close and being at home should at least inspire them to try and play spoiler in this one.

Dallas Mavericks @ Denver Nuggets Pick: The Dallas Mavericks are locked into the Number 7 Seed in the Western Conference, but they have spoken about picking up some momentum heading into the Play Offs. Of course there is a chance that some players will be rested to keep them fresh for the post-season, but I think the talk of wanting some momentum means they can't afford to drop games at this stage of the season, especially as Dallas have lost 6 of their last 9.

On the other hand, the Denver Nuggets had lost 7 of 9 before beating the LA Lakers and look like a team that is looking forward to ending their season.

Many of their losses have come to teams that are going to be in the Play Offs and Denver have lost of those games by wide margins as the effort has not always been there with nothing left to play for.

I am surprised that Dallas are the underdog, even if they have had a hard time dealing with the altitude in Denver in the past and I will take the small points on offer in this one.

Saturday 11th April
Memphis Grizzlies @ LA Clippers Pick: It might still be a regular season game, but this could have long implications for the Play Offs as the LA Clippers host the Memphis Grizzlies with the Number 2 Seed in the Western Conference still up for grabs.

The Grizzlies had to dig deep to beat the Utah Jazz on Friday and they might still be missing Mike Conley, which doesn't bode well for Memphis against an in-form LA Clippers team. The Clippers have been doing a lot of winning to put themselves in a position to finish as high as Number 2 in the Western Conference and they seem to be getting healthier at the right time.

LA Clippers have lost 3 in a row at home to Memphis, but they are rested, looking healthy and playing a lot more effectively than the Grizzlies. I respect the power in the front court that Memphis possess, but missing Conley might take away some of the scoring power and I think the Clippers can win this one and cover what looks a big number on first glance.

Sunday 12th April
Oklahoma City Thunder @ Indiana Pacers Pick: These two teams are both fighting for their post-season futures and the losing team on Sunday will be very close to the exit door for the season. The Indiana Pacers and Oklahoma City Thunder both need help to secure their places in the Play Offs, but winning their remaining three games is the only way they can give themselves a chance to do that.

The Indiana Pacers may have a losing record, and Oklahoma City may have a winning record, but it is the home team that have been in better recent form of the two. The Thunder have been decimated by injuries and Indiana are getting healthy at just the right time of the season, but this could still be a very close and competitive game if Russell Westbrook and the Oklahoma City players have been given a shot in the arm by winning their last game.

Defensively the Thunder have looked very poor in recent games, but they have enough Offensive power to keep this close. The Pacers were very hot from the three point range against the Detroit Pistons, but the pressure of essentially their first Play Off game of the season could play a big part in this one too.

I will take the points on offer in this game.

New Orleans Pelicans @ Houston Rockets Pick: This is a huge game in the Western Conference as the New Orleans Pelicans look to outlast the Oklahoma City Thunder for the Number 8 Seed and the Houston Rockets look to improve their own Seeding in the Play Offs.

The Pelicans have been playing well and have the tiebreaker over the Thunder which means winning their remaining three games will be enough to get to the post-season, although games at Houston and San Antonio make it far from an inevitability about it.

On the other hand, Houston have lost their grip on the Number 2 Seed in the Conference by losing back to back games against San Antonio, but they are still in a position to earn home court advantage in the First Round of the Play Offs.

As well as New Orleans have been playing, they have been beaten in their last two road games at Play Off bound teams by a wide margin. Some doubts about Anthony Davis won't help in his battle with Dwight Howard and I like Houston to have a morale-boosting win in this game.

Monday 13th April
Houston Rockets @ Charlotte Hornets Pick: There are just three days left in the regular season and the Houston Rockets continue to fight to improve their Seeding in the Western Conference. They had to dig deep to beat the New Orleans Pelicans on Sunday evening, but Houston can't afford to lose any of their remaining two games if they wish to finish with home court advantage in the First Round of the post-season.

It might be a good time to play Charlotte who have officially been knocked out of the Play Offs this week and who have begun to give some of their younger members on the roster playing time. Preparing for next season is very good in theory, but the Hornets have lost 4 in a row and the last three losses have all come in blow out fashion.

Dwight Howard may get a little more rest in this one for Houston, but the Rockets team are capable of strong runs behind their three point shooting and it might be tough for Charlotte to keep up with a motivated opponent. Of course the Hornet players will want to prove they should be kept on the roster for next season, but their lack of experience could hurt against a team full of Play Off experience.

Houston are a solid 11-8 against the spread when playing on back to back nights and they are also 3-0-1 against the spread in their recent games in Charlotte. I think the Rockets will be too strong for Charlotte in this one too and cover a number that does look a little big on first glance, but seems about right to me.

Orlando Magic @ Miami Heat Pick: There is no way the Miami Heat should find themselves out of the Play Off picture when you consider where the team stood just ten days ago, but they are now in the last chance saloon with little chance of making it into the post-season.

Losing LeBron James was always going to be a huge blow for the Heat, but the season ending injury for Chris Bosh hasn't helped even if the fans would have expected at least some Play Off basketball this season. Injuries have hurt the entire roster for the Heat this season and that has been part of the reason they have lost 6 of their last 7 games, although at least three of those games they should have won.

As bad as the Orlando Magic were in their home loss to the New York Knicks, you have to think this State rivalry will inspire them for a full effort in this one. The Magic have also played the Chicago Bulls and Toronto Raptors close, winning the former, and beaten the Milwaukee Bucks on the road in recent games.

The Heat have struggled to pick themselves up from upset losses as they have gone 5-9 against the spread in the next game, while they have failed to cover in any of their 6 games in April. With the Play Offs essentially gone, Miami could be feeling sorry for themselves in this one and Orlando have gone 3-1-1 against the spread in their last 5 games here.

It does look like a lot of points for Miami to cover if they are not fully engaged in the game and I like the Orlando Magic to cover the spread.

New Orleans Pelicans @ Minnesota Timberwolves Pick: Injuries and a losing mentality have been the main reasons the Minnesota Timberwolves look like finishing the season with the second worst record in the NBA, only bettering the New York Knicks.

They look to be short-handed again for this one, although they will look to take advantage of any nerves and tension the Play Off chasing New Orleans Pelicans are feeling. The Pelicans will feel they let one slip on Sunday when beaten by the Houston Rockets, but they remain in front of the Oklahoma City Thunder in the Number 8 Seed in the Western Conference with two games to play.

The Pelicans play at the San Antonio Spurs in their final regular season game so this is a must-win game for them, especially as the Oklahoma City Thunder could be playing without Russell Westbrook tonight. Minnesota have also struggled as a large home underdog, going 1-5 against the spread when given between 9.5 and 12 points in games here.

Minnesota have lost their last 3 home games by at least 13 points per game and were blown out by New Orleans two weeks ago on the road. It is a huge number to cover for a team like New Orleans, but Minnesota are short of numbers and players might be looking to rest up for the off-season and getting away for their holidays.

Tuesday 14th April
Toronto Raptors @ Boston Celtics Pick: A Brooklyn Nets loss on Monday night means the Boston Celtics have made it through to the Play Offs despite a losing record and I do wonder if they are going to be fully focused on this game. There might be a bit of relief set in for the Celtics now their position in the post-season has been secured, while their opponents the Toronto Raptors still have the Number 3 Seed in the Eastern Conference in their mind.

The Raptors will finish with that Seed if they win their final two games of the regular season and would then have what looks the 'easier' First Round series, although back in the same bracket as the Cleveland Cavaliers. Toronto have been playing well of late and may take advantage if Boston are a little flat from the emotion of getting into the Play Offs.

Toronto don't have a very good record in recent games at the TD Garden, but they have won on their last 2 visits to Beantown. The Celtics haven't been tremendously successful as the favourite this season and I think taking the points on the visitors could prove to be the right team to back.

Wednesday 15th April
San Antonio Spurs @ New Orleans Pelicans Pick: Manu Ginoibili summed the Western Conference up best in one word- crazy!

This is a huge game for both the San Antonio Spurs and the New Orleans Pelicans as both still have their goals to achieve in the final game of the regular season. A win for the Spurs will win the Number 2 Seed and home court advantage until the Western Conference Finals at the least, while a loss could see them potentially stumbled as low as the Number 6 Seed.

On the other hand, the New Orleans Pelicans are in a 'win and you're in' situation, while a loss could give the Oklahoma City Thunder a chance to steal the Number 8 Seed. The Thunder will be expected to beat the short-handed Minnesota Timberwolves, so the pressure could quickly shift to New Orleans to do the same.

The toughest question to answer is how much stock is Gregg Popovich putting into taking the Number 2 Seed? Of course San Antonio are well-rested and won't play again until Saturday at the earliest so the regular starters are expected play their usual rotations. There is also plenty of momentum behind San Antonio having dominated teams to get into the position they having been the Number 7 Seed just six weeks ago, and the Spurs have been blowing teams out to get here.

The three previous matches this season have all been very close and New Orleans have won two of those, but all took place prior to the turn of the calendar year and the San Antonio Spurs are in Play Off form. Unless Popovich suddenly decides to rest players that haven't played since Sunday, I like the Spurs to win and cover and give Oklahoma City a chance to get into the Play Offs.

Orlando Magic @ Brooklyn Nets Pick: The Brooklyn Nets know they have to win this game and hope the Indiana Pacers lose at the Memphis Grizzlies if they are to get themselves into the Play Offs and that might help Orlando Magic at least make this game competitive.

The Magic recovered from a big deficit to almost stun the Miami Heat in the last game as they took advantage of nerves in the home team and they will look for something similar in this game. Orlando have been playing very well in recent games and have been unfortunate to lose three games in a row when you consider how close those have been.

There is also the issue for the Brooklyn Nets of perhaps focusing on might be happening in Memphis- in US Arenas and Stadiums, scores from other games going on will be flashed through on screens and there is no doubting that the Nets will know what is happening in Memphis. If Indiana take a big lead, whose to say if the Nets don't drop their heads a little and feel down on themselves which may also give Orlando the momentum in the game.

Games between these teams have been close this season already and Brooklyn players may feel they are not going to be here next season so an Indiana lead may end up dropping their heads. Of course seeing a result going the other way may inspire them too, but Orlando have played hard enough over the last two weeks that I don't believe they will suddenly be blown away regardless and I will back them with the points for the second time this week.

MY PICKS: 01/04 Detroit Pistons + 5 Points @ 1.95 Coral (1 Unit)
01/04 Chicago Bulls - 4.5 Points @ 1.92 Bet Victor (1 Unit)
01/04 Oklahoma City Thunder - 2 Points @ 1.92 Paddy Power (1 Unit)
02/04 Golden State Warriors - 12.5 Points @ 1.93 Bet Victor (1 Unit)
05/04 Houston Rockets + 1.5 Points @ 1.95 Boyle Sports (1 Unit)
05/04 Cleveland Cavaliers - 8.5 Points @ 1.93 Sporting Bet (1 Unit)
05/04 LA Clippers - 11.5 Points @ 1.93 Sporting Bet (1 Unit)
07/04 Miami Heat - 3.5 Points @ 1.95 Bet365 (1 Unit)
07/04 Oklahoma City Thunder + 6 Points @ 1.92 Ladbrokes (1 Unit)
07/04 LA Clippers - 17 Points @ 1.92 Paddy Power (1 Unit)
08/04 Washington Wizards - 7.5 Points @ 1.95 Coral (1 Unit)
08/04 Toronto Raptors - 3 Points @ 1.93 Bet Victor (1 Unit)
08/04 Houston Rockets + 6.5 Points @ 1.95 Coral (1 Unit)
10/04 Atlanta Hawks - 9.5 Points @ 1.92 Bet Victor (1 Unit)
10/04 Detroit Pistons + 5.5 Points @ 1.92 Ladbrokes (1 Unit)
10/04 Dallas Mavericks + 1.5 Points @ 2.00 Bet Victor (1 Unit)
11/04 LA Clippers - 8 Points @ 1.92 Coral (1 Unit)
12/04 Oklahoma City Thunder + 3.5 Points @ 1.95 Coral (1 Unit)
12/04 Houston Rockets - 5.5 Points @ 1.93 Sporting Bet (1 Unit)
13/04 Houston Rockets - 9.5 Points @ 1.92 Paddy Power (1 Unit)
13/04 Orlando Magic + 9 Points @ 1.92 Paddy Power (1 Unit)
13/04 New Orleans Pelicans - 12 Points @ 1.87 Bet Fred (1 Unit)
14/04 Toronto Raptors + 4 Points @ 2.00 Sky Bet (1 Unit)
15/04 San Antonio Spurs - 5 Points @ 1.92 Paddy Power (1 Unit)
15/04 Orlando Magic + 8 Points @ 1.92 Bet Victor (1 Unit)

April Update: 12-11-2, + 0.32 Units

March Final14-15-3, - 2.01 Units
February Final11-16-1, - 5.70 Units
January Final18-10, + 6.67 Units
December Final3-6, - 3.31 Units
November Final14-11, + 1.70 Units
October Final2-4, - 2 Units
Season 201562-62-3, - 4.64 Units

Final Season 201458-72-1, - 16.86 Units
Final Season 2013105-93-3, + 10.49 Units
Final Season 201279-53-1, + 27.48 Units

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