The first week of the March Picks were a little erratic after a positive start to the week, but it is a very long month ahead and plenty of time to put another solid month in the books in preparation for the Play Offs.
Monday 6th March
New York Knicks @ Orlando Magic Pick: The New York Knicks continue their slide away from the Eastern Conference Play Off picture and a loss to the lowly Orlando Magic will almost certainly mean their race is run with less than twenty games left this season. The Magic are another team on the brink of exiting the top eight battle and that makes this game a very important one for both the Knicks and Magic.
It has been a disappointing year for both the Knicks and Magic who were hoping they could reach the Play Offs at the very least, although going beyond the First Round was always going to be a long shot. Both teams had tough losses on Sunday which are going to be a difficult emotional battle to overcome and there is a fear that these teams could be soon moving into full tank mode.
The Knicks did win here as the underdog last week and I do think they can do that again on Monday with a roster that still talks about the Play Offs as a realistic ending to the season for them. New York have been a competitive team even in losing efforts and they should have the edge when it comes to the rebounding with Orlando likely to be missing Nikola Vucevic who is also their second leading scorer.
A lack of depth has not helped the New York Knicks, but they certainly have the starters to give the Orlando Magic all they can handle. It is so difficult to ignore the fact that Orlando are just 2-10 against the spread as the favourite so far this season, while the Knicks improved to 7-2-1 against the spread in their last ten games at the Orlando Magic last week.
Last week the Orlando Magic had the edge on the boards, but without Vucevic I can see the Knicks having more success there and being able to make use of the points being given to them. Both teams might be thinking about the lottery in the Head Office, but the Knicks look like they have a little more belief they can still make the Play Offs and I will take the points in this one.
Miami Heat @ Cleveland Cavaliers Pick: The Cleveland Cavaliers are still 3 games clear of the Boston Celtics when it comes to the Number 1 Seed in the Eastern Conference and that allowed them a chance to rest some big names in their game. That happened to be the first of a home and home series with the Miami Heat and allowed the latter to come within 1.5 games of the Number 8 Seed in the Eastern Conference, although Cleveland should have restored their big names to the rotation for this home game.
Kyrie Irving and LeBron James both sat in the defeat to the Miami Heat on the road, but they won't be as generous in this game. Being back at home with Andrew Bogut ready to join the rotation should have Cleveland fired up as they are trying to build their Play Off intensity, while James has sounded much happier since Derrick Williams, Deron Williams and Bogut have been brought into the rotation.
The Miami Heat have to be respected as a team who two months ago looked destined to end with one of the worst records in the Eastern Conference. Instead of battling for a top Draft pick, Miami have bounced back over that time span to move to 1.5 games of the Detroit Pistons and are only 5 games under 0.500 for the season.
In saying that Miami are going to have a tough task in beating Cleveland for a second game in a row especially as they have dropped four of their last nine games. The Heat should be respected for their 12-4 record against the spread when sat as the underdog of 7 points or more this season, but they are just 0-5 against the spread in their last five games in Cleveland.
The Cavaliers have won their last four home games against the Miami Heat by double digits each time and I think they can do that here. Miami can challenge Cleveland on the boards which can help keep this competitive, but I think the Cavaliers are playing with motivation behind them after losing on Saturday in Miami and I will look for them to cover this number.
Chicago Bulls @ Detroit Pistons Pick: The Chicago Bulls are currently the Number 7 Seed in the Eastern Conference and the Detroit Pistons are the Number 8 Seed which makes this an important game for both teams. It certainly gives Detroit the chance to close the gap on the Bulls who will be without Dwyane Wade for definite and Rajon Rondo who is a doubt for this trip to Detroit.
There is no doubt that the Pistons are an erratic team who need to keep their home form at the standard they have for much of the season if they are going to make the Play Offs. It can be hard to trust the Pistons to bring their best night after night, but they have won three of their last four games at home.
It has been a difficult season for the Chicago Bulls too and they were close to blowing things up before the trade deadline when it looked like they would be moving Jimmy Butler on. However they have kept Butler here and the Bulls did respond with a solid winning run before dropping two of their last three.
The Bulls can match the Detroit Pistons on the boards which will allow them to keep this competitive, but they have been a little erratic with their shooting. Being without Wade will put more pressure on the role players to back up Butler and two of their last three games have ended in double digit losses.
Detroit are now 7-2 against the spread in their last nine games against Chicago, while they are 4-1 against the spread in their last five at home. The home team has won the two previous regular season games between these teams with some comfort as both Detroit and Chicago have a win apiece, and I like the Pistons to make it three in a row for the home team. It is a big number when you think of the inconsistent performances Detroit produce, but I do like the Pistons here.
Portland Trail Blazers @ Minnesota Timberwolves Pick: The Minnesota Timberwolves and the Portland Trail Blazers are both still hoping they can chase down and overtake the Denver Nuggets for the Number 8 Seed in the Western Conference. The Timberwolves are only 3 games behind the Nuggets, but the Trail Blazers are a bit closer with only 1.5 games between them and the Nuggets and the winner of this one is going to feel confident they can finish in the Play Offs.
Both teams have had some quality wins since the All-Star Break, but they will need to show more consistency than they have for much of the season.
There has definitely been signs from the Minnesota Timberwolves that they have found the rhythm to win big games over the next six weeks to take them into the Play Offs. The younger players have begun to buy into the Tom Thibodeau formula, while the important decision to keep the roster together before the trade deadline looks to be paying off.
Portland have also been very competitive of late, but I am not sure they are as strong on the road as they are at home and that can make the difference in this one. I expect the improvement that Minnesota have shown Defensively in recent games also to be very important in deciding the outcome of the game while the Timberwolves have the size and energy to out-battle Portland on the boards.
It does have to be said that Minnesota have not been a great favourite to back this season, but Portland are 5-9 against the spread when playing a team with a losing record on the road. The Trail Blazers also have an awful 3-13 record against the spread when set as the underdog of 6 points or fewer this season and I do like the Timberwolves here.
Portland do have a strong record in Minnesota in recent games, but I think the Timberwolves earn the important win as they look to close on the top eight in the West.
Tuesday 7th March
Portland Trail Blazers @ Oklahoma City Thunder Pick: The Portland Trail Blazers had to travel to the Minnesota Timberwolves on Monday, but the game was called off prior to tip off due to unsafe conditions on the court. That means they are well rested for what should have been a back to back set, but of course they have to schedule a return to the Minnesota Timberwolves at some point later in the season.
Being well rested might be important for the Trail Blazers when facing the fast paced Oklahoma City Thunder, although they might be catching them at the right time. The Thunder have lost their last three games in a row as they have struggled on the Defensive side of the court, but all three games have been on the road and Oklahoma City have been much better at home.
There is no doubting that the Trail Blazers are not as strong on the road either but they may match up well with the Thunder considering the Defensive issues the latter have been having. Portland have been shooting the ball efficiently and they have been especially firing from the three point range.
Oklahoma City's big strength is the size and energy they display around the boards, but the Trail Blazers have shown they can challenge on those against them. They have to do that because the Thunder are capable of pulling away from the Trail Blazers if they dominate the boards, but I do think Portland can make the points count in this one.
I have some concerns with the way Portland have played as the underdog this season and their poor 0-4 record against the spread in their last four games here. The Thunder have also been a strong favourite to back, but this might be the right time for the Trail Blazers to take advantage and at least keep this game competitive in their bid to try and close on the Denver Nuggets at the Number 8 Seed in the Western Conference.
Wednesday 8th March
New York Knicks @ Milwaukee Bucks Pick: There are just 18 games left of the regular season for the New York Knicks and they are going to need to string the wins together if they are going to close the 5.5 game gap to the Play Offs. It looks a long shot, but the Knicks haven't given up on their goal as they showed in battling back to beat the Orlando Magic a couple of nights ago.
This is another game the Knicks can't afford to drop as they face the Milwaukee Bucks who are 1.5 games behind the top eight in the Eastern Conference. Milwaukee lost Jabari Parker for the season which seemed to affect their play, but they have bounced back just in time to win three games in a row and keep in touch with the likes of the Chicago Bulls and the Detroit Pistons.
The return of Khris Middleton has really helped replace some of the production that Parker had been giving the Milwaukee Bucks. Michael Beasley looks like he may miss out for the home team, but the New York Knicks are hoping they will have Carmelo Anthony back in the rotation despite their obvious leanings towards giving some of their role players an opportunity to see what they have on their hands for the years ahead.
New York have remained competitive even when on the wrong side of a number of close losses and I expect them to do the same here. They have the size to win the rebounding battle which will give them an opportunity for the upset, although the Knicks have to be better Defensively if they want to slow down this Milwaukee team.
I do want to oppose the Bucks who are 3-12 against the spread when favoured by 4 or more points this season, while New York are 5-2 against the spread in the last seven games against the Milwaukee Bucks.
Milwaukee are just 1-6 against the spread in their last seven home games against a team with a losing record on the road and I will look for the Knicks to keep this close if not earn the upset outright.
Utah Jazz @ Houston Rockets Pick: There are 4 games between the Utah Jazz in the Number 4 Seed in the Western Conference and the Houston Rockets in the Number 3 Seed, but you would think the chances of the Jazz moving up will be over if they fail to win this game. In that case they will be focused on finishing above the LA Clippers to earn a home series in the First Round of the Play Offs in April.
However it looks like Utah will be going into this game short-handed with Derrick Favors already ruled out and both George Hill and Joe Johnson doubtful. That is not exactly the way you want to go into a game with the Houston Rockets, although Utah will keep the system in place which has made them one of the stronger Defensive teams in the NBA.
That is going to be tested by the Rockets who are still a fine shooting team even though Ryan Anderson has to sit out this one. Lou Williams gives them punch off the bench, while a barrage of three point efforts have to be expected. That could be an issue for the Utah Jazz who have allowed their last five opponents to connect at 41% from outside the arc and may allow Houston to pull away in this one.
Defensively there are still some issues for the Houston Rockets to resolve, but Utah may have some difficulties finding the consistency in this one without Favors, Johnson and Hill.
Utah are just 2-8 against the spread when given more then 3 points as the underdog this season while they are 5-9 against the spread when on the road against a team with a winning record. Houston are not much better when hosting a team with a winning record, but they are 5-1 against the spread in their last six at home against the Jazz.
The Rockets have also gone 20-8 against the spread when coming off a straight up loss, and Utah are 6-18-2 against the spread against the Western Conference. I like Houston to do enough to cover what looks a big number and almost guarantee their place as the Number 3 Seed in the Western Conference.
Detroit Pistons @ Indiana Pacers Pick: Only 1 game separates the Number 6 Seed Indiana Pacers and the Number 8 Seed Detroit Pistons, but there are a host of teams outside of the Play Offs hoping to catch one, or both, of these teams. That makes this game a very important one with five weeks left of the regular season, especially as it could come down to tie-breakers and the like to work out the top eight teams in the Eastern Conference.
It is the Pistons who come in with a more consistent run of results having won five of their last seven games compared with Indiana who have interchanged wins and losses in their last six. Five of those games for the Pacers have come on the road and they have been much better at home, while the Pistons have not produced the same level when playing on the road.
One of the key aspects of this game might be the superior shooting Indiana can produce from the three point range compared with the Pistons. Detroit can use their size inside the paint, but Indiana have played well Defensively of late and the three point shooting does feel like giving them the edge.
Indiana can match Detroit on the boards, while the Pistons are 5-11 against the spread when set as the underdog of 5 points or fewer this season. The Pistons are also 0-5 against the spread in their last five games against Indiana and I do think the home team can cover in this one.
It has not been easy to back the Pacers as the favourites in a game, but they can make it count here and I will lay the points with the favourite.
Thursday 9th March
LA Clippers @ Memphis Grizzlies Pick: You can't deny that the Memphis Grizzlies have been struggling and are perhaps fortunate they are in such a strong position in the Western Conference. The chances of finishing as one of the top four teams in the Conference are beginning to fade and the key for the Grizzlies is to build some momentum to take into the Play Offs which are now just weeks away.
They face one of the teams who are higher than them in the standings n Thursday with a chance to close the gap on the LA Clippers who were beaten pretty easily on Wednesday as the favourite at the Minnesota Timberwolves. The Clippers have dropped five of their last eight games which has left them 2.5 games behind the Utah Jazz for the Number 4 Seed in the Western Conference.
Memphis have dropped six of their last nine games themselves and have admitted that their play has been mediocre over the last couple of months which has prevented them moving up the standings. Their performances at both ends of the court need significant improving, but the Grizzlies should have the better of the play on the boards which can help them in this one.
This also looks like it could be a good spot for the Grizzlies considering they are well rested and the LA Clippers are on a back to back. The Clippers are 1-5 against the spread in the second of back to back games, while they are 5-13 against the spread in the last eighteen against the Memphis Grizzlies.
I am going to back the Grizzlies to make use of their current spot and get the better of the LA Clippers who have played a lot of games in March already. They are favoured to win this game despite their poor form, but Memphis can do that and I will back them to cover this number.
San Antonio Spurs @ Oklahoma City Thunder Pick: The San Antonio Spurs rested a couple of key players on Wednesday and they struggled for a while before coming back and seeing off the Sacramento Kings at home. Coupled with Golden State going down to the Boston Celtics, the Spurs are now just 1.5 games out of the Number 1 Seed in the Western Conference and should have LaMarcus Aldridge and Kahwi Leonard back in the line up for this game.
The journey time isn't too far to the Oklahoma City Thunder, but San Antonio will need to bring the right energy from the start of this game against a fast paced team who are much better at home. However the Thunder have lost four in a row heading into this game and Russell Westbrook has admitted that his team can't afford to still be looking for the consistent chemistry on the court with the Play Offs approaching at the rate of knots.
If the Play Offs began today, this would be a First Round series, but both the Spurs and Thunder are looking to move up the standings. It does look like the Spurs have a little more about them at both ends of the court in this game and I do think they can take advantage of some of the Defensive problems the Thunder have been having.
Not many teams have the size to match up with the Thunder so that might be an issue, but Leonard being back and guarding Westbrook could be a huge key for San Antonio.
The Spurs do have a poor 3-13 record against the spread in their last sixteen games in Oklahoma City and were beaten here in December. However San Antonio look improved since that loss and they are facing a team who have gone 2-8 against the spread when set as the small underdog this season.
It's never easy to win as the road underdog against a top team, but San Antonio can do that on Thursday against an out of form Oklahoma City team.
Friday 10th March
Orlando Magic @ Charlotte Hornets Pick: You have to be careful at this time of the season when the attention for some teams turns to producing the best possible lottery position in the Draft by beginning to 'tank' games. On the other hand there are teams who are desperate to get into the top eight of their respective Conferences and on Friday we have one team in one category facing another who are in the other category.
That might mean the Charlotte Hornets are a much more appealing proposition to back than the Orlando Magic, but I am not convinced they should be favoured by as many points as they are.
Orlando have just knocked off one team chasing the Play Offs when beating the Chicago Bulls a couple of days ago and they should have some revenge on their mind having suffered one-sided losses to the Charlotte Hornets twice this season. Those came at a time when the Hornets were playing much more consistent basketball though and it might be a much tighter game this time around.
I have to respect the superior three point shooting of the Charlotte Hornets which could help pull them away from the Magic, but Orlando have been shooting the ball more efficiently overall. The Hornets have also dropped a few games from winning positions and the team are just 5-8 against the spread when hosting a team with a losing record this season and also 3-10 against the spread when favoured by 7 or more points.
The Magic are missing Nikola Vucevic which is a blow for them, but they have been a decent team to back when set as the big underdog and I will look for Orlando to stay within these points.
Houston Rockets @ Chicago Bulls Pick: The Houston Rockets let me down a couple of nights ago when backing them to cover against the Utah Jazz, but the players are not getting too down on themselves after suffering back to back losses to teams inside the top four of the Western Conference. James Harden and Patrick Beverley have spoken with the confidence of bouncing back as soon as possible and potentially are playing the Chicago Bulls at the right time.
The Bulls will have Dwyane Wade back in the line up after missing a couple of games, but they have dropped four of their last five games which leaves them in the Number 8 Seed in the Eastern Conference. However they are now just 0.5 games ahead of the Number 9 and Number 10 Ranked team in the Conference and the pressure is firmly on Chicago to try and get things turned around.
Inconsistent play from the role players outside of Jimmy Butler has not helped their cause but Chicago do need some respect having produced a decent 8-4 record against the spread when hosting a team with a winning record. They can clearly raise their game for the better teams which will make them dangerous but the Houston Rockets have been a tremendous 22-11 against the spread on the road this season.
Houston haven't lost three in a row all season and only twice before have they dropped consecutive games which resulted in a win and a cover of the spread in their third game. Both teams have similar numbers in recent games in Offensive and Defensive categories, but I do think the Houston Rockets have a deeper rotation which can prove to be the key to this game.
The scoring output that Houston can produce may be too much and they can snap a poor record in Chicago by winning this game, covering the spread and then looking forward to the home game with Cleveland on Sunday.
Golden State Warriors @ Minnesota Timberwolves Pick: It will always take a brave person to oppose the Golden State Warriors on the spread because of the fine shooting they can produce when getting unglued, but this has been a real sticky patch for them. The injury to Kevin Durant has knocked the team out of rhythm, while the schedule has not helped a tired team.
There is now an absolute danger that the Golden State Warriors will not finish as the Number 1 Seed in the Western Conference as they are only 2 games ahead of the San Antonio Spurs. Their rivals were beaten on Thursday, but they are the visitors to Golden State on Saturday and there is a real feeling that the Warriors could overlook this game.
That could be a dangerous situation for the Warriors who are facing a young and hungry Timberwolves team that have played just once in the time Golden State have had three games. Youth should mean Minnesota are able to exploit some of the tired legs of their opponents, but the Timberwolves have to continue producing on the Defensive side of the court and not allow Steph Curry and Klay Thompson to find their range early in this game.
Minnesota should have a significant edge in the rebounding category which can only aid their cause and they have been shooting the ball well enough to make big plays in this one.
The Warriors are just 4-14 against the spread when visiting a team with a losing record this season and they are 0-4 against the spread in the last four against the Minnesota Timberwolves. This is a good spot for the Minnesota Timberwolves to earn a big upset win which can take them a step closer to the Western Conference Play Off picture and I will take the points with the home underdog.
Washington Wizards @ Sacramento Kings Pick: The Sacramento Kings are clearly a fading force in the Western Conference Play Off hunt as they have fallen 4 games off the Number 8 Seed. That came after losing an almost 30 point lead against the San Antonio Spurs to drop another game and the trade to move on DeMarcus Cousins has resulted on time being called on this season.
They are now facing a hot shooting Washington Wizards team who have scored at least 105 points in six straight games and who have won the first two games of this Western Conference road trip. Those wins have moved the Wizards to within 3 games of the Number 1 Seed Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference and there will be a real feeling that they can snap a losing run in Sacramento.
Washington have lost six games in a row in Sacramento but might be catching the Kings at the right time to snap that streak. The key will be to win the rebounding battle against a team who have still shot the ball pretty well despite letting Cousins move on and having a few injuries in the back court to think about.
However this could still be a lot of points for Washington to cover who are just 4-9 against the spread this season when favoured by 6 or more points. They also have a 6-8 record against the spread when visiting a team with a losing record and the Wizards have failed to cover in their last seven games when visiting a team who have a losing record at home.
I will look for the Kings to make enough plays at home to keep this one competitive on the scoreboard and improve the 15-6 record against the spread for the underdog in this series.
Saturday 11th March
New York Knicks @ Detroit Pistons Pick: The Detroit Pistons earned a vital win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Thursday which has helped moved them up to Number 7 in the Eastern Conference standings. Another win on Saturday will move them towards the current Number 6 Indiana Pacers and the Pistons will be keen to keep the roll going at home.
The Pistons have a few days off before they play the Cleveland Cavaliers again so they can't really afford to have a surprise loss in this one. There might not be a lot of love for one another in the Detroit locker room at the moment, but they have rallied together to keep the team moving forward.
Disfunction has been a major reason the New York Knicks are unable to call themselves a Play Off team and that has come from the owner to the President to the players. Carmelo Anthony may have remained with the Knicks, but that looks like a relationship which will break down in the summer, and New York are now 5.5 games out of the Play Off spots with perhaps an eye on learning about the players they are likely to keep going into next season.
It doesn't feel like New York are in full 'tank' mode just yet, but they are a team that were beaten comfortably in Milwaukee last time out as the role players just couldn't maintain the lead against the Bucks. However I do think the Knicks are still dangerous and can give Detroit something to think about, even if the Pistons have been much better at home than on the road.
Detroit have won nine of their last eleven games at home and they would be 7-3-1 when it comes to covering this number. They are also 18-9 against the spread this season when favoured by 4 or more points and Detroit have covered in their last eight home games against a team with a losing record on the road.
The Knicks have not covered in their last four games against a team with a winning record at home and Detroit have covered in their last couple of home games against New York. I think they can do enough on the boards to come away with a win and cover in this one.
New Orleans Pelicans @ Charlotte Hornets Pick: The Charlotte Hornets might be on a back to back, but Friday's win over the Orlando Magic was such a cruise that the players who will start this one will have had plenty of rest. The win over the Magic have allowed Charlotte to move to 2.5 games behind the Play Off places in the Eastern Conference, but they can't afford to slow down after a really poor couple of months dropped them out of contention.
Despite the huge trade for DeMarcus Cousins, the New Orleans Pelicans have struggled to put wins on the board and they are a team that is looking like they will need to wait until next season to get the best out of their new look. Anthony Davis has been banged up at various times through the course of the season, but he looks like he play through the pain on Saturday as the Pelicans try and close the 5 game gap to the Number 8 Seeded Denver Nuggets in the Western Conference.
Outside of Davis and Cousins, the Pelicans have struggled to shoot the ball efficiently and that has contributed to their struggles since the trade was made. This is going to be tested against the Charlotte Hornets who do know how to put the ball in the basket, but have not played as well Defensively as they would have liked.
I do have to credit the New Orleans Pelicans for the way they have performed as a small underdog through the season, but they are just 0-3-1 against the spread in their last four games at Charlotte. The Hornets are not really a team you want to be backing at home as they have struggled here over their last few games, but they have won their last couple of games here and look more confident than their visitors.
The back to back spot should not be a big problem for Charlotte and I think they can get ahead of the Pelicans down the stretch and hold on for another vital win. It might be the victory that forces New Orleans to start considering whether they need to playing for an improved Draft spot, and I will take the home favourite to cover.
Washington Wizards @ Portland Trail Blazers Pick: This looks an awful spot for the Washington Wizards who had to battle back from a big deficit to beat the Sacramento Kings on Friday. They now have a tough game at the Portland Trail Blazers without any rest, and the Trail Blazers have looked like a team rounding into form at the right time.
Portland are only 1 game off the Number 8 Seed in the Western Conference and need to make this game count. The Trail Blazers have had a day of rest between their last game and this one and they have won four in a row which has sparked them at the right time.
The home team are providing a scoring punch that can match the Wizards, but it is the amount of games Washington have been playing which should mean they are scrapping for the energy required. A lot of this depends on Portland and whether they can make a fast start to put the pressure on a tired Washington team to try and keep up with them.
You have to respect Washington winning four games in a row too, but the schedule spot looks a very difficult one for them as they play another road game. They are 3-8 against the spread in their last eleven games in Portland and the Trail Blazers have the size and shooting efficiency to match a really good Wizards team.
This looks like a very good situation to lay the points with the favourite.
MY PICKS: 06/03 New York Knicks + 2 Points @ 1.91 Ladbrokes (1 Unit)
06/03 Cleveland Cavaliers - 7.5 Points @ 2.00 Betfair Sportsbook (1 Unit)
06/03 Detroit Pistons - 5.5 Points @ 1.91 Paddy Power (1 Unit)
06/03 Minnesota Timberwolves - 4.5 Points @ 1.95 Betfair Sportsbook (1 Unit)
07/03 Portland Trail Blazers + 6.5 Points @ 1.91 Paddy Power (1 Unit)
08/03 New York Knicks + 5.5 Points @ 1.91 Paddy Power (1 Unit)
08/03 Houston Rockets - 6.5 Points @ 1.91 Ladbrokes (1 Unit)
08/03 Indiana Pacers - 3.5 Points @ 1.95 Betfair Sportsbook (1 Unit)
09/03 Memphis Grizzlies - 3 Points @ 1.95 Bet Fred (1 Unit)
09/03 San Antonio Spurs - 3 Points @ 1.91 Ladbrokes (1 Unit)
10/03 Orlando Magic + 8 Points @ 1.91 Bet365 (1 Unit)
10/03 Houston Rockets - 4.5 Points @ 1.95 Betfair Sportsbook (1 Unit)
10/03 Minnesota Timberwolves + 5 Points @ 1.91 Ladbrokes (1 Unit)
10/03 Sacramento Kings + 8 Points @ 1.91 Paddy Power (1 Unit)
11/03 Detroit Pistons - 6 Points @ 1.95 Betfair Sportsbook (1 Unit)
11/03 Charlotte Hornets - 2.5 Points @ 1.91 Bet365 (1 Unit)
11/03 Portland Trail Blazers - 4.5 Points @ 1.91 Paddy Power (1 Unit)
March 6-12 Update: 7-8-1, - 1.51 Units
March 1-5 Final: 4-5, - 1.28 Units
March Update: 4-5, - 1.28 Units
February Final: 32-20-3, + 9.69 Units
January Final: 26-28-1, - 4 Units
December Final: 19-23, - 5.51 Units
November Final: 24-25-1, - 2.92 Units
October Final: 8-9, - 1.72 Units
Season 2017: 109-105-5, + 1.05 Units
Final Season 2016: 150-143-7, - 5.37 Units