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Sunday, 3 May 2015

NBA Play Offs Conference Semi Finals Picks 2015 (May 3-18)

It wasn't a great First Round outside of the LA Clippers-San Antonio Spurs series with the majority of the teams expected to go through managing to do that. Most of the series were completed comfortably by the top teams and it has set up some solid Conference Semi Final series.

Those begin on the Sunday and should be much more competitive than what we have seen so far.

Sunday 3rd May
Washington Wizards @ Atlanta Hawks Pick: It didn't go to plan for the Atlanta Hawks in the First Round series as they needed six games to see off the awful Brooklyn Nets and the question is how much they have recovered from that series.

On the other hand, the Washington Wizards have had a lot of rest after sweeping through the Toronto Raptors in the First Round despite being a lower Seeded team. That rest can play in two ways for Washington- they are either going to be able to come out fresh and harry the Hawks, or they will be a little match rusty and could be caught cold.

The other concern for Washington has to be the improvement shown by Atlanta in their last couple of games against Brooklyn as they looked to recover the form that had seen them finish with the Number 1 Seed in the Eastern Conference.

Atlanta are a dominant home team when favoured by 6 points or fewer, but I do think Washington can keep this close after the way they performed in the First Round. The Hawks looked good in the last couple of games against Brooklyn, but Washington are a real step up from what Brooklyn can do on the court and I will take the points.

Memphis Grizzlies @ Golden State Warriors Pick: The Golden State Warriors were very poor at the window in the First Round series win over the New Orleans Pelicans, but they face the Memphis Grizzlies who are without Mike Conley for Game 1.

Defensively it will be a big problem for the Warriors who have been faced a tough Memphis team and not blown them away at any point, but the absence of Conley means they have a tough time Offensively to match what Golden State can bring to the table.

I do think Golden State have the talent to really open Memphis up even if both teams have played very well in the First Round. They might not have cashed much in that Round, but I think Golden State make the fast start in this series.

Monday 4th May
Chicago Bulls @ Cleveland Cavaliers Pick: The big news for the Cleveland Cavaliers was losing Kevin Love for the remainder of the Play Offs and that has made the Chicago Bulls a trendy pick to move through to the Eastern Conference Finals. It has also seen all the action coming in on the Bulls in Game 1 as the spread has shrunk by a point from the opening line and I think that might be disrespectful to the Cavaliers.

As good as Love has proven to be as a NBA player, Cleveland have not really used him to his full capabilities and I think they have a team that can make up for his absence more than it may be initially believed. However, Love is joined by JR Smith in missing this game as the latter is suspended and being down two starters is an issue.

I just don't know if I fully trust the Chicago Bulls to really do enough to win four games against Cleveland having lost 3-1 in the regular season, although they have a back court that can cause a lot of problems when on fire. However, LeBron James and Kyrie Irving can both inspire their team to success and I can see Cleveland rallying together after losing Love and Smith and that can help them take a 1-0 lead in the series.

Cleveland have gone 7-4 against the spread when favoured by 6 points or less at home and I am going to back them to cover in Game 1.

LA Clippers @ Houston Rockets Pick: The LA Clippers have got to be feeling some of the fatigue of a long series against the San Antonio Spurs which was only decided on Saturday, especially as their Western Conference Semi Final series begins on Monday. A bigger concern than the fatigue is if the Clippers are going to be without Chris Paul, who battled through a hamstring complaint in Game 7, and Doc Rivers is not feeling confident Paul will play.

That means Jamal Crawford and Austin Rivers will have extended time on the court dealing with James Harden and neither has the play-making ability of Paul.

Houston also have Dwight Howard integrated back into the starting line up and he will make sure DeAndre Jordan isn't able to dominate the boards and I like Houston in Game 1.

The Rockets are well-rested and I just think the Clippers may struggle to pick themselves up immediately following the tough First Round series. Doc Rivers will want a split of the first two games in Houston, but he might have to settle for getting his team ready for Game 2 and Chris Paul sitting would make the Rockets more attractive to cover this spread.

Wednesday 6th May
Chicago Bulls @ Cleveland Cavaliers Pick: It is hard to see the Cleveland Cavaliers fall into a 0-2 hole having already lost home court advantage in this Eastern Conference Semi Final series, but I do think the Chicago Bulls will make it close for the second game in a row.

This is the series that the Bulls have wanted all season, but I did think Cleveland might rally together in Game 1 to see them off. Unfortunately, Cleveland remain short-handed and will need a huge game from LeBron James if they are to turn this around without Kevin Love and JR Smith.

The added incentive from Chicago to beat the team they would have considered the biggest threat in the Eastern Conference has inspired them, while the Bulls come into the Play Offs as healthy as they have been in years. Derrick Rose and Jimmy Butler are playing well at both ends of the court, while Pau Gasol continues to be a match up issue for Cleveland.

If those three players get on track again and Joakim Noah can chip in with a little more than he did in Game 1, this should be another close game and one where I will take the points on offer.

LA Clippers @ Houston Rockets Pick: I did expect some tiredness to creep into the LA Clippers in Game 1, but they responded in the best possible way to keep me quiet by destroying the Houston Rockets in the second half. They outscored the Rockets by 20 points in the second half, even without Chris Paul, and James Harden will have been especially disappointed with his own performance in Game 1.

Harden's turnovers were part of a big problem for Houston when it came to looking after the ball and Paul potentially returns for Game 2 as the Clippers look to put themselves in a very strong position when returning to the Staples Center.

With Chris Paul potentially making his return to the line up, the fear would be the rest of the Clippers players might think they don't have to produce the level that saw them take Game 1. In doing that, Houston will have a huge advantage and they will cover this number.

However, I think Blake Griffin is at such a high level that he can drag his team through to keep this one close and perhaps even take a 2-0 lead and I like the Clippers to have recovered from the First Round and ready to go.

Friday 8th May
Cleveland Cavaliers @ Chicago Bulls Pick: Game 2 looks like a beating on the scoreboard, but the Chicago Bulls have to hold onto the fact that they actually outscored the Cleveland Cavaliers in the final three quarters of that game after a dismal opening segment.

The Bulls can't afford another slow start as they look to underline their home court advantage in this Semi Final series, although I am not convinced the Cleveland players outside of Kyrie Irving and LeBron James can hit the big shots that they did in Game 2. Iman Shumpert is unlikely to do that simply because he is set to miss this game, but the likes of James Jones also made some huge shots.

Cleveland may point out that they will get that kind of game from a returning JR Smith, but I expect Pau Gasol also recovers from a poor outing in Game 2.

I like the spot for Chicago who have dealt with being a small home favourite very well all season, going 4-1 agains the spread when favoured by 3 points or fewer at home. On the other hand, Cleveland are 0-3 against the spread as the road underdog of 3 points or fewer, while the Cavaliers are simply not playing well as an underdog all season, going 3-12 against the spread.

Houston Rockets @ LA Clippers Pick: The Houston Rockets just about got their ship turned in the right direction before hitting the rocks in Game 2 and a late comeback to level up this series could be vital for their chances to move to the Western Conference Finals. Going 0-2 down before heading to the Staples Center might have been curtains for Houston already, but they will feel confident they can recover home court advantage by taking one of the next two games in Los Angeles.

I have been so impressed with the way the LA Clippers have played without Chris Paul, but the Point Guard remains a doubt in this one and you have to worry about the limited time between games as Doc Rivers persists with a short rotation.

The likes of Austin Rivers are too inconsistent to replace what Paul brings to the court, and James Harden might just have turned his own personal series around in the second half of Game 2. Harden is still a match up problem for the Clippers and the way Houston are getting to the Free Throw line has to be another.

Strong teams playing at home in Game 3 have historically struggled at this stage of the Play Offs and the Clippers are just 4-10 against the spread when favoured at home by 6 points or fewer. The lack of time between Games 2 and 3 is another issue for Los Angeles and I will take the points in this one.

Saturday 9th May
Atlanta Hawks @ Washington Wizards Pick: The injury to John Wall is absolutely devastating for the Washington Wizards and I think it will be very difficult for the players to pick themselves up without their inspirational leader.

Most have made the point about how effective Wall is at both ends of the court and this is going to open things up for Jeff Teague to take control of the series and the better execution of the Atlanta Hawks to guide them to the Eastern Conference Finals. The first act is trying to win back home court advantage though and I think the Hawks can take advantage of any heads that may have dropped in the home locker room after the injury to Wall was disclosed.

Bradley Beal is also banged up and a bigger problem for Washington is that their size hasn't really seen them dominate the boards either so everything looks to be coming up in the Hawks' favour.

It is hard to see how Washington will replace the Wall production at both ends of the court and their only real hope is that the injury is something that their Point Guard can quickly learn to play with, although most reports suggest he is done for the season.

Golden State Warriors @ Memphis Grizzlies Pick: It was a stunning loss for the Golden State Warriors as they gave up home court advantage in their Semi Final series with the Memphis Grizzlies, although none of the players seem overly concerned. Some reasons can be put together for the Grizzlies winning Game 2, including Stephen Curry coming off MVP festivities, Mike Conley's return for the Grizzlies and Klay Thompson struggling.

If Golden State are struggling from three point range and simply not making their jumpers, Memphis can turn this into an ugly battle that they will win more often than not. However, the Warriors have shown they can quickly get back on track, even in a tough venue like the Grindhouse where they have won on their last couple of visits, and I am looking for a bounce back from them.

The Warriors are well rested and are 5-0 against the spread when playing on three, or more, days rest and they are 4-1 against the spread trying to revenge a home loss this season. Memphis have also produced when having rest, but they are just 2-2 against the spread as the home underdog of 6 points or fewer.

Historically, teams who lost Game 2 at home have gone 15-4 against the spread in Game 3 on the road and the Golden State Warriors can recover home court in this one.

Sunday 10th May
Cleveland Cavaliers @ Chicago Bulls Pick: There is no doubt that these teams are very closely matched as shown by the first three games of the series and injuries are beginning to take their toll on the teams.

Kevin Love is already ruled out for Cleveland, but Kyrie Irving is banged up, while Chicago might be missing Pau Gasol who was limited in Game 3 and looks set to sit in Game 4.

Game 3 was memorable for the buzzer beating banked three pointer from Derrick Rose and that has given the Bulls the edge, but I do think the 'zig-zag' theory is in play in Game 4. The desperate Cavaliers will have caught a break if Gasol is limited and they should have the edge on the glass which might be enough to help them head back to Cleveland with a 2-2 series.

The Bulls have been inconsistent all season and it doesn't surprise me that much that they are 1-6 against the spread when following a close win of three points or fewer. This is a team that struggles to bring the same intensity from game to game and I think Cleveland may have a little more 'desperation' which helps them execute late and move into a tie in the series.

Houston Rockets @ LA Clippers Pick: Game 3 was a very close one up until the middle of the third quarter when the LA Clippers went on a 23-0 burst which enabled them pull away and beat the Houston Rockets.

You have to imagine the Rockets to be a lot better in Game 4, but defensively they have struggled in every game of the series and Chris Paul's return has given the Clippers a real boost.

While I expect Houston to be better, can Austin Rivers really provide the spark off the bench that he did in Game 3? Rivers is not a great basketball player, but he couldn't miss in Game 3 and helped the Clippers get some of their big names more rest as they blew open the game.

Houston are getting to the free throw line, but have to show more consistency from the three point line if they are to get back into the series. As I said, I expect the Rockets to be a lot better and make the points count, but I still feel the total points is perhaps on the low side between two teams who have been much better Offensively than Defensively.

Monday 11th May
Atlanta Hawks @ Washington Wizards Pick: Game 3 looked very close after it needed a Paul Pierce buzzer beater to help the Washington Wizards move 2-1 ahead in this series, but they blew a huge lead in the final seven minutes as Atlanta took out their starters but still made the comeback.

John Wall is almost certainly out of the Play Offs, but continues to be listed as a doubt as he hopes to get back to dribbling a basketball, but the Wizards managed to dominate the last game without him thanks to Nene and battering the boards.

On the other hand, you have to believe the Atlanta Hawks will eventually find their way in this series with the edges they have on the court, but that means improving their three point shooting and definitely get better Defensively.

The zig-zag theory says Atlanta will win this game and cover, but I think the Wizards showed enough even without John Wall to say they keep this within the number at least and I will take the points in this important Game 4.

Golden State Warriors @ Memphis Grizzlies Pick: The Golden State Warriors are in a desperate spot as the Number 1 Seed in the Western Conference tries to level up what has been an incredibly difficult Semi Final series against the Memphis Grizzlies. The Warriors have struggled to get themselves unstuck from the Defensive unit that Memphis are putting in front of them as they have held Golden State to 90 points or fewer in their last couple of games.

Mike Conley's return to the starting line up has sparked Memphis Offensively, but they know they will win more often than not if they can keep 'dirtying' up games and making them Defensive battles.

You have to believe that Stephen Curry, the regular season MVP, is going to earn some fire sooner rather than later, but the three games in this series have all ended under the total points and it would be a surprise if a huge Offensive game breaks out in this one.

I find it hard to imagine the Warriors going 3-1 down in the series, but Memphis have played very well the last two games so I will just focus on the total points and look for a fourth consecutive 'under'.

Tuesday 12th May
Chicago Bulls @ Cleveland Cavaliers Pick: The Eastern Conference Semi Finals are both finely balanced so the winner of Game 5 in both series will feel very confident they can move on to the Finals to be played later this month.

The Cleveland Cavaliers and Chicago Bulls are both banged up as a physical series on top of a long regular season takes its toll on the participants. LeBron James will play Game 5 but turned his ankle in Game 4, while Kyrie Irving is dealing with ankle and knee issues which are limiting his effectiveness. On the other hand, Pau Gasol looks set to sit out another game for the Chicago Bulls.

Even with the injuries, this series has been filled with drama with the last couple of games both won on buzzer beaters from the top names- Derrick Rose did it for the Bulls in Game 3, but LeBron James followed that up in Game 4 to leave the teams at 2-2 as we head back to Cleveland.

The last couple of games have been really close and both teams will believe they should be 3-1 up in the series, and I am expecting this to be a close run thing too. Big home favourites have struggled in Game 5 of the Semi Final series and the Bulls can find enough Offense to keep this close.

LA Clippers @ Houston Rockets Pick: The LA Clippers have blown out the Houston Rockets in back to back games at the Staples Center as they have dominated on both sides of the court. They have been able to do whatever they like when it comes to scoring points and have got a huge boost off the bench through the likes of Austin Rivers, while they have stagnated the Houston Rockets Offense on the other side of the court.

Austin Rivers was a huge factor in both of the last two games and the Clippers have surged into some big runs to put away the Rockets. It isn't often that back to back Play Off games will have the reserves on the court for the final quarter, but that has happened and Chris Paul has been able to get plenty of rest for his hamstring.

How can Houston respond? Hosts who have lost the last couple of games have gone 8-12-1 against the spread in Game 5 and I am not sure the Rockets have the belief that they can win this series. The minute a team doesn't think they are the better team is usually curtains for them and the Clippers have every chance of coming to Texas and ensuring they get plenty of rest ahead of the Western Conference Finals.

The Clippers are 5-1 against the spread in their last 6 visits to Houston and they have looked far superior for much of the series. I don't doubt Houston will be desperate to make sure the series goes back to the Staples Center, but I am tempted by what looks a 'too good to be true' spread that the Clippers should cover.

Wednesday 13th May
Washington Wizards @ Atlanta Hawks Pick: Escaping from Game 4 with home advantage recovered, the Atlanta Hawks will be considered a big favourite to win this Eastern Conference Semi Finals, although the Washington Wizards should not be underestimated. In all honesty, Paul Pierce missed a wide open three pointer with five seconds left which would have tied Game 4 and given Washington a real opportunity to move into a 3-1 lead in the series, and the Wizards have to believe they can be competitive even if John Wall misses out again.

The actual availability of Wall is really being kept under wraps by Washington, but the story goes that his left handed has seen the swelling come down and he has begun to dribble with that hand again.

Wall is still going to be a surprise participant in Game 4 and the Atlanta Hawks have to be happy about that as his defensive play sparks the Wizards. It is no surprise that the Hawks have got back on track Offensively in the last couple of games in Wall's absence, but the Wizards haven't gone away thanks to some very good work outside of the three point arc.

It is important for Washington to continue to hit that shot if they are to win this series and the trend says a big road underdog at this stage of the Play Offs cover more often than not. This series has been close and I think the Wizards can keep things competitive in Game 5, although I am not expecting them to steal home court again.

Memphis Grizzlies @ Golden State Warriors Pick: The Golden State Warriors are back on track having pulled this series back to 2-2 and returning to the Oracle Arena where they have been spectacular all season. However, the Memphis Grizzlies have already won here once in the series and will believe their Defensive unit is capable of keeping them in the game.

Of course the Grizzlies aren't overly relying on that aspect and have accepted that they need to score 100 points in one of the next couple of games if they are going to have a chance of winning this series. The Warriors have scored triple digits in their two wins in the series, but Memphis have held them to under 90 points in their two losses and this could be another close game.

Everyone would have expected the Golden State Warriors to dominate this series, but Memphis have gotten healthier and have enough activity in the half court to pressure the Warriors. There is a chance that Golden State simply get hot and blow Memphis away, but this is a round of games where big road underdogs have thrived over the last twenty years.

If the Grizzlies make it another grind it out game, getting an almost double digit lead looks a lot for Memphis. They have also gone 7-1 against the spread when trying to revenge a home loss this season and I will take the big points again.

Thursday 14th May
Cleveland Cavaliers @ Chicago Bulls Pick: Pau Gasol has made his feelings clear and announced he will return for Game 6 of this Play Off series as the Chicago Bulls look to stave off elimination. It won't be easy against the Cleveland Cavaliers, especially when you consider how well LeBron James led teams have played in close out games through his career.

However, the return of Gasol is a huge boost for Chicago who need to find consistent Offense outside of Jimmy Butler and Derrick Rose, especially after seeing the latter struggle as much as he did in Game 5. Even with those struggles, the Chicago Bulls were very close to stealing back home court advantage and can win this game if they have gotten over the mental disappointment of a couple of nights ago.

This has been a spot the Cleveland Cavaliers have struggled this season- they are just 3-10 against the spread as the road underdog and 0-4 when given three points or fewer. As well as LeBron James played in Game 5, he is dealing with a knock as is Kyrie Irving so it will be up to the other players to fill in the Offensive gaps for the Cavaliers.

Conversely, the Chicago Bulls are 5-1 against the spread as the small home favourite and I think they are desperate enough to dig deep and force a Game 7. It will be close thanks to the Bulls Offensive woes at times as they have gone long stretches struggling to score points, but I like Chicago to get the win at home and we will see a huge Game 7 between the two favourites for the Eastern Conference.

Houston Rockets @ LA Clippers Pick: Doc Rivers was very upset at the lack of cohesion his LA Clippers team showed in their first close out game against the Houston Rockets and that means they have to return home for a Game 6. There is some real pressure on the LA Clippers who won't want to return to Houston for a Game 7 this weekend, but they have to look back at Game 3 and Game 4 to show what they are capable of against the Rockets.

You have to also think Rivers has been lighting up his team over the last couple of days for the performance in Game 5 on the road, and I do think the Clippers will come out with a much better attitude.

I don't want to disrespect Houston, who showed tremendous heart in the blow out win in Game 5, but they have struggled on both ends of the court for much of this series against the Clippers. James Harden has been suffering with an illness, but he has been harassed through the series and Houston don't get a lot of consistency from their role players which has cost them.

On the other hand, the Clippers have got huge production from Austin Rivers which has allowed them to keep Chris Paul fresh, but they also need DeAndre Jordan to steer clear of foul trouble if they want to close Houston.

It is a tough position for the Rockets who have gone 0-4 against the spread when off an upset win as the home underdog. Historically it is a tough position for a team in their spot too as road teams in Game 6 that won Game 5 and covered the spread have gone 5-14 against the spread in Game 6. Those teams are also 3-13 against the spread if winning by more than ten points in Game 5.

I expect the Clippers to come out more focused than Game 5 and they might record a third big win at home against Houston in this Western Conference Play Off series while booking their spot in the Conference Finals which begin next week.

Friday 15th May
I have spent all day trying to figure what the LA Clippers did in blowing their huge lead in Game 6 against the Houston Rockets and it was one of the worst beats I have suffered this season.

The game has been described as the 'Miracle of LA' and it is going to take some real character for the Clippers to pick themselves up for another Game 7 having seen off the San Antonio Spurs in the First Round. However, that game took place at home and it is a big ask to go back to Houston and win one on the road.

Atlanta Hawks @ Washington Wizards Pick: This is a huge Game 6 and my initial feeling is that the Al Horford put back with under two seconds left which won Game 5 for the Atlanta Hawks is going to be critical for this series. The return of John Wall was a plus at both ends of the court for the Washington Wizards, but they have to find consistent Offense against an Atlanta team that has been getting more joy on that front.

The games have been very close between these two teams and I do expect more of the same on Friday, but the pressure is all on the Washington Wizards who thought they had stolen home court back from the Hawks.

The Wizards haven't recovered very well from close losses this season, but they will be desperate and have to come out with the right attitude if they want to force a Game 7 back in Atlanta.

I don't completely trust the Hawks, which is a concern for me and perhaps limiting my enthusiasm about their chances, but I think the underdog spot could work for them in this game. There is pressure on Atlanta to complete the series win and make sure they get the rest ahead of a huge series with the waiting Cleveland Cavaliers, but they have shown enough in the last three games to think this will be close and perhaps just edging in their favour in Game 6.

Golden State Warriors @ Memphis Grizzlies Pick: After taking away home court advantage and moving 2-1 clear in the series, the Memphis Grizzlies have been brought back down to earth by the Number 1 Seed Golden State Warriors. The last two games have seen the Warriors return to what has made them so effective in the regular season and they look like a team that has too much Offense for the Memphis Grizzlies to deal with.

Game 5 showed the difference between the teams as early as the first quarter- Memphis dominated that quarter and had a big lead, but the final ninety seconds saw Golden State get going from outside the three point arc and they actually won the quarter.

Tony Allen's absence was huge from a defensive standpoint, but his status remains up in the air for Game 6 and Memphis have failed to spark consistently on the Offensive side of the court. Golden State are actually an under-rated team on the Defense and they just seem to have found the right groove to complete the series win.

Road teams off big Game 5 wins have generally struggled to cover in Game 6 of the Semi Final series, but the Warriors look set to book their place in the Western Conference Finals and I don't think Memphis keep up with them.

Sunday 17th May
LA Clippers @ Houston Rockets Pick: How do you recover from a collapse like the one that the LA Clippers suffered in Game 6 when it looked like they were cruising to the franchise's first ever Conference Finals? The way they were beaten around in the Fourth Quarter by a Rockets team that decided to put James Harden on the bench, and that might be the one saving grace for the Clippers in this vital Game 7.

The players have to feel the likes of Josh Smith and Corey Brewer, two additions made in the season by Houston, are unlikely to have the same level of impact as they did in Game 6 in the final quarter. However, the Clippers also have to be a lot better Offensively if they are going to win this game having suffered a big letdown in the final quarter when they managed just 12 points before a Chris Paul three pointer as time expired.

Those factors have to be the reason the Clippers are still favoured to win a Game 7 that has historically been dominated by the host team in the Conference Semi Finals. Two poor games in a row is inexcusable for the LA Clippers, but I think Doc Rivers will have his team ready to go despite the obvious mental blow they suffered in Game 6 when they thought they were already in the Western Conference Finals.

The over total points could be the obvious play, but I am looking for the LA Clippers to set up what could be a great Western Conference Finals against the Golden State Warriors, two teams who simply don't get on very much. It will be tough in Houston, where the Rockets have been very strong all season, but the Clippers have won a tough Game 7 on the road before and I can see them doing enough here.

MY PICKS: 03/05 Washington Wizards + 5.5 Points @ 1.92 Ladbrokes (1 Unit)
03/05 Golden State Warriors - 9.5 Points @ 1.85 Bet Victor (1 Unit)
04/05 Cleveland Cavaliers - 4.5 Points @ 1.92 Ladbrokes (1 Unit)
04/05 Houston Rockets - 6 Points @ 1.93 Bet Victor (1 Unit)
06/05 Chicago Bulls + 6 Points @ 1.92 Paddy Power (1 Unit)
06/05 LA Clippers + 6.5 Points @ 2.00 Sky Bet (1 Unit)
08/05 Chicago Bulls - 1.5 Points @ 1.92 Ladbrokes (1 Unit)
08/05 Houston Rockets + 4.5 Points @ 1.92 Bet365 (1 Unit)
09/05 Atlanta Hawks - 2.5 Points @ 1.85 Coral (1 Unit)
09/05 Golden State Warriors - 4 Points @ 1.93 Bet Victor (1 Unit)
10/05 Cleveland Cavaliers - 1.5 Points @ 1.93 Sporting Bet (1 Unit)
10/05 LA Clippers-Houston Rockets Over 217.5 Total Points @ 1.93 Bet Victor (1 Unit)
11/05 Washington Wizards + 4.5 Points @ 1.92 Ladbrokes (1 Unit)
11/05 Memphis Grizzlies-Golden State Warriors Under 196 Total Points @ 1.92 William Hill (1 Unit)
12/05 Chicago Bulls + 5.5 Points @ 1.95 Boyle Sports (1 Unit)
12/05 LA Clippers - 2.5 Points @ 1.95 Ladbrokes (1 Unit)
13/05 Washington Wizards + 8 Points @ 1.92 Bet Victor (1 Unit)
13/05 Memphis Grizzlies + 9.5 Points @ 1.95 Bet Victor (1 Unit)
14/05 Chicago Bulls - 2 Points @ 1.92 Ladbrokes (1 Unit)
14/05 LA Clippers - 8.5 Points @ 1.95 Bet Victor (1 Unit)
15/05 Atlanta Hawks + 2.5 Points @ 1.92 Ladbrokes (1 Unit)
15/05 Golden State Warrriors - 5 Points @ 1.92 Coral (1 Unit)
17/05 LA Clippers - 2.5 Points @ 1.92 Ladbrokes (1 Unit)

Semi Final Update: 11-12, - 1.82 Units

First Round Final18-14, + 2.73 Units
April Final12-11-2, + 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 201592-87-5, - 1.59 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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