18-16-1 on NBA in 2017 up 7.22 units
61-53-2 on NBA in 2018 up 9.28 units
7-5 on NBA this season up 1.76 units
Rockets at +115 for 2 units. Back 2 back for Houston, but both are in the Staples Center. Clippers are still working out who they are, Rockets know who they are. I just can’t see LA keeping up with Houston’s scoring. Rondo spit on Chris Paul last night, which was awesome. Boban is fun to watch for LA. I just think the Rockets are better so why not take them at plus money.
66-39-4 on tennis up 7.94 units
Tsitsipas at -225 for 5 units.
Tsitsipas -1.5 sets for 2 units at +115 for 2 units. Stefanos has been killing it this year, but he hasn’t won a title yet. He does it today. The young Greek has made it to two finals this year and lost to Nadal both times. Ernests Gulbis is not as talented as Nadal. Gulbis won’t have much left after going from qualifying to the final. Gulbis could win some points with his flat backhand, but his accuracy goes in and out with those. Tsitsipas will have to keep Gulbis on the run much better than Isner did if he wants to win in straight sets. I think he will do this. Stefanos gets one step closer to the top 10 here.
26-26-3 on NFL up 10.53 units
Chargers at -280 for 2 units. Titans won’t be able to stop San Diego’s weapons on offense. I bet teams with more experience at Qb in London games and it has worked so far. Wilson against Carr most recently.
Browns +3.5 for 1 unit. The Bucs shouldn’t be favored by 4 against anybody.
Vikings at -190 for 10 units. Max Play. Mike Zimmer will have some complex schemes against Sam Darnold. The Jets have been getting touchdowns in unordinary ways lately and I think that stops today. Andrew Luck threw a pick 6 on his first possession against the Jets and New York never looked back. Minnesota will take care of the ball. New York won’t be able to stop Diggs and Thielen. Sheldon Richardson will have a good game in his return to NY.
Saints at +129 for 4 units. The Ravens haven’t beat a team as good as the Saints all year. The Ravens lead the league in fewest yards allowed, but those numbers are inflated due to playing the Bills, Broncos, Browns, and Titans. New Orleans averages a whopping 36 points a game. Baltimore won’t be ready for Michael Thomas, Ingram, Kamara, and Brees. This is the only team Drew Brees has not beat. He knows this. John Brown is a worry for the Saints, but they have limited big plays against every wideout not named Julio Jones and/or Calvin Ridley this season. The Saints are coming off a BYE as well.