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Sep 21, 2010
Monday's betting tips: Sharks love visiting capital

Who’s hot

NBA: Minnesota is 9-3 ATS in its last 12 road games.

NBA: Philly is 15-5 ATS in its last 20 games against Eastern Conference teams.

NHL: The under is 11-4 in the last 15 Hurricanes-Canadiens games in Montreal.

NHL: The Sharks are 7-1 in their last eight visits to Washington.

NCAAB: Kansas is 7-2 ATS in its last nine games following an ATS loss.

Who’s not

NBA: The under is 1-11 in the Bucks’ last 12 games.

NBA: The Hornets are 0-8 ATS in their last eight games.

NHL: Montreal is 3-11 in its last 14 games playing on one day’s rest.

NHL: The home team is 0-5 in the last five Coyotes-Canucks games.

NCAAB: Baylor is 0-5 ATS in its last five games

Key stat

36 – Baylor shot 36.6 percent in losing to Kansas last Wednesday, then 36.2 percent in losing to Missouri on Saturday. Leading scorer Perry Jones III combined for nine points on 3-of-20 shooting in the losses after coming in averaging 14.8 points. The slumping Bears opened as 10-point home favorites over Iowa State on Monday, but were quickly bet down to 8-point faves.

Injury that shouldn’t be overlooked

Hornets center Chris Kaman (9.6 ppg, 7.1 rpg) is questionable for Monday’s game against the Jazz after missing Friday’s loss to Portland. Kaman sprained his left ankle in pregame warm-ups Friday, and was replaced by Gustavo Ayon. In the previous two games, Kaman had 27 points, 21 rebounds and five blocks.

Game of the day

Syracuse Orange at Louisville Cardinals (1.5, 138)

Notable quotable

"I know he got a little tired, couldn't finish the way he normally would, but his leadership on the floor is invaluable. And that's why sometimes we have to ride him." – coach Mike D’Antoni after point guard Jeremy Lin led the Knicks to their fifth straight win. New York visits Toronto on Tuesday.

Notes and tips

Canucks left wing Chris Higgins, who has 10 goals, 16 assists and a plus-6 rating in 45 games, is expected to practice Monday and play sometime this week. Higgins has been sidelined with a staph infection, which caused him to lose weight. If he doesn’t play Monday against Phoenix, he could return Wednesday vs. Colorado or Saturday vs. Toronto.

The Celtics will be without their top reserve, Brandon Bass, through the All-Star break. Bass, who has inflammation in his right knee, did not play Sunday against the Bulls. He’s averaging 11.6 points and 6.1 rebounds. Bass began feeling discomfort in the knee during the Feb. 3 win over the Knicks.

Kansas center Jeff Withey is red hot heading into Monday’s showdown at Kansas State. In his last two games, wins over Baylor and Oklahoma State, the 7-foot junior has 43 points, 25 rebounds and 10 blocks. “Thomas [Robinson] takes so much attention that it leaves me open a lot of the time,” Withey said.

Sep 21, 2010
Pick 'n' roll: Monday's best NBA bets

Minnesota Timberwolves at Orlando Magic (-5.5, 189.5)

An angry bunch of T-Wolves arrive in Orlando after blowing a seven-point, fourth-quarter lead to the Knicks on Saturday.

"We have to bring back our intensity," Kevin Love said after his 32-point, 21-rebound performance wasn’t enough to prevent Minnesota from losing its third straight. "I'm actually happy we're going out on the road. We seem to play better [there]."

The T-Wolves are 9-3 ATS in their last 12 road games. Orlando, meanwhile, is just 3-8 ATS in its last 11 home games.

The Magic won in Milwaukee 99-94 on Saturday, but Jason Richardson isn’t going to bury 9 of 11 3-pointers again.

The road team is 8-2 ATS in the last 10 Minnesota-Orlando games.

Pick: T-Wolves

Philadelphia 76ers at Charlotte Bobcats (11.5, 176.5)

Philly’s key players are rested coming into this one. The Sixers dispatched Cleveland 99-84 on Saturday with Andre Iguodala and Elton Brand each playing fewer than 25 minutes.

Jrue Holiday finished with 20 points and five assists, and Lou Williams had 19 points and five assists for 19-9 Philly.

The pathetic Bobcats have lost 14 straight, their last six by an average of 24.8 points. At 3-24, they have the same winning percentage (.125) as the NBA’s all-time worst team, the 1972-73 Sixers who went 9-72.

Charlotte is 2-10 ATS at home. The Bobcats were demolished Saturday in a Clippers’ dunkfest, and the home crowd cheered L.A.’s Blake Griffin as he left the court.

The Sixers aren’t elite, but they handle bad teams. They’re 4-0 ATS in their last four road games against teams with losing home records.

Pick: Sixers

Sep 21, 2010
College funds: Monday's best NCAAB bets

Iowa State Cyclones at Baylor Bears (-8, 140 )

The Cyclones are coming off a 69-46 blowout of Texas A&M on Saturday, their second 20-plus point beatdown of the Aggies this season. The win gave Iowa State its best start through the first 12 conference games since it went 10-2 in 2000-01, when Larry Eustachy was coach.

The Cyclones have turned into a dominant perimeter team, ranking first in the Big 12 in three-pointers per game (8.9) and second in three-point percentage defense (30.0).

Iowa State senior Chris Allen has caught fire in the past two games, scoring 47 points, including a career-high 25 against Texas A&M.

Baylor sophomore Perry Jones III is looking to break out of a slump. The NBA prospect had just nine points on three-of-20 shooting in the Bears’ last two games, losses to Kansas and Missouri.

The Bears are 0-5 ATS in their last five games, and 1-4 ATS in the last five meetings with the Cyclones.

Pick: Cyclones

Kansas Jayhawks at Kansas State Wildcats (3, 137)

Kansas State, once viewed as a lock to make the NCAA Tournament, suddenly finds itself squarely on the bubble after blowing a 14-point, second-half lead to Texas on Saturday.

But the Wildcats have won two of their last four meetings with their hated rivals. That includes last year’s 84-68 victory, a wire-to-wire win against the then-No. 1 Jayhawks.

Rodney McGruder, who scored a team-high 15 points in Kansas State’s 67-49 loss in Lawrence earlier this year, will have to come up big for the Wildcats to pull the upset.

Kansas is dominant inside thanks to center Jeff Withey, who leads the Big 12 with 79 blocks. He also has scored 43 points in the last two games, providing a nice complement to Thomas Robinson.

The Jayhawks are 9-3 ATS in their last 12 visits to Manhattan.

Pick: Jayhawks

Sep 21, 2010
Ice picks: Monday's best NHL bets

Carolina Hurricanes at Montreal Canadiens (-149, 5)

The Habs have won four straight behind Carey Price, who has allowed a total of four goals during the hot streak.

The All-Star has been in net for a pair of victories over Carolina this season, including a 25-save shutout on Nov. 16.

Canadiens left wing Max Pacioretty has collected four goals in the last two games. His former teammate, Carolina defenseman Jaroslav Spacek, poked a bit of fun at his old club.

"Now that the Habs are starting to win, maybe they're measuring fingers for Stanley Cup rings," joked Spacek, who was traded from Montreal on Dec. 9. Spacek's current team isn't laughing when it hits the road this season, winning just six of 27 games (6-13-8).

Montreal is 5-1 in the last six meetings.

Pick: Canadiens

Phoenix Coyotes at Vancouver Canucks (-174, 5.5)

The Coyotes are riding high with a season-best five-game win streak. Coach Dave Tippett's club isn't beating patsies, either, as the Central Division-leading Red Wings and Pacific Division-leading Sharks are included in the team's list of recent victims.

Goalie Mike Smith recorded more wins (four) than goals allowed (three) last week. After yielding just one tally in each of his previous three games, the netminder got even stingier on Saturday by stopping all 38 shots he faced in a 3-0 triumph over the reeling Blackhawks.

The Canucks are coming off a 3-2 shootout loss to Calgary on Saturday.

Four of the last six Coyotes-Canucks games have stayed under. The under is 7-0 in their last seven meetings in Vancouver.

Pick: Under

Sep 21, 2010
Game of the day: Syracuse at Louisville

No. 2 Syracuse Orange at No. 23 Louisville Cardinals (1.5, 138)

THE STORY: Jim Boeheim is the third-winningest coach in college basketball history. That said, the Hall of Famer hasn’t had success against Rick Pitino – his former assistant – in recent years. Pitino’s Cardinals have won seven straight meetings with Syracuse, a streak that has put Boeheim on edge with the local media. The latest rendition of this rivalry features two of the hottest teams in the country and will almost assuredly be played at a frenzied pace. Both teams love to run and create offense from their defense. Syracuse is fourth in the nation in steals (9.8), while Louisville is sixth (9.4). In the last meeting, Kyle Kuric scored 23 points and hit five of the Cardinals’ 13 3-pointers in a 73-69 win last February. Louisville leads the series 13-4, and hasn’t lost to Syracuse since 2005-06, its first season in the Big East.

ABOUT SYRACUSE (25-1, 12-1 Big East): Syracuse has won five straight since suffering its lone loss, at Notre Dame. Seven players average at least seven points for the Orange, which leads the Big East in scoring (77.8). Saturday’s 85-67 dismantling of Connecticut led Boeheim to proclaim, “This is the best we’ve played (offensively) all year.” Scoop Jardine, who’s fourth in the Big East in assist-to-turnover ratio (2.4), scored a season-high 21 points. Syracuse’s vaunted 2-3 zone is holding opponents to just 38.5 percent shooting – the third-best mark in the Big East. The zone is anchored by 7-foot sophomore center Fab Melo, who is averaging 11.0 points and 3.6 blocks in three games since returning from an academic suspension.

ABOUT LOUISVILLE (20-5, 8-4 Big East): The Cardinals had a horrific 2-4 start in conference play, but have won six straight since. The offense is finally catching up to the defense, which ranks third in the nation in field goal percentage allowed (37.2). Louisville is averaging 75.3 points during its win streak, compared to 67.3 at the start of league play. The matchup between Melo and the frontcourt of Gorgui Dieng and freshman Chane Behanan will be one to watch. Dieng leads the conference in blocks (3.2) and is fourth in rebounding (9.2). Behanan, meanwhile, is averaging 12.5 points and 8.8 rebounds over the last six games. The Cardinals are also starting to get healthy, and the return of highly-regarded freshman swingman Wayne Blackshear is a big boost.


Louisville is 6-0 ATS in its last six games.
The over is 6-1 in Louisville's last seven home games.
The Orange is 0-6-1 ATS in the last seven meetings.
Syracuse is 20-7 ATS in its last 27 road games.
The favorite is 5-2-1 ATS in the last eight meetings.


1. “Now we’re going to (write) that I’ve lost six straight to Rick Pitino? Why don’t we write that I beat him six straight (when Pitino was at Providence and Kentucky)? ” – Boeheim, speaking to reporters prior to last season’s loss to Louisville.

2. The Orange’s Achilles’ heel has been rebounding (35.6 -- 11th in Big East) and it could struggle against the second-best rebounding team in the conference; Louisville averages 39.1 boards.

3. Blackshear, a McDonald’s All-American who missed more than three months with a shoulder injury, scored 13 points on 5-of-9 shooting against West Virginia on Saturday.
May 19, 2007

Straight Up: 3035-957 (.760)
ATS: 1241-1398 (.470)
ATS Vary Units: 3663-4383 (.455)
Over/Under: 1306-1327 (.496)
Over/Under Vary Units: 1554-1556 (.500)

Atlantic Sun Conference
Belmont 89, STETSON 71
EAST TENNESSEE STATE 72, Jacksonville 59
FLORIDA GULF COAST 81, Lipscomb 77
USC UPSTATE 72, North Florida 66
Big 12 Conference
BAYLOR 72, Iowa State 68
Kansas 71, KANSAS STATE 65
Big East Conference
Syracuse 70, LOUISVILLE 69
Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference
Bethune-Cookman 66, HOWARD 63
COPPIN STATE 81, Umes 66
Delaware State 64, MORGAN STATE 61
NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL 79, South Carolina State 62
Savannah State 69, NORTH CAROLINA A&T 63
Southland Conference
Southwestern Athletic Conference
ALCORN STATE 65, Arkansas-Pine Bluff 63
Mississippi Valley State 67, SOUTHERN 60
PRAIRIE VIEW A&M 64, Grambling State 54
TEXAS SOUTHERN 60, Jackson State 52
May 19, 2007

Straight Up: 255-137 (.651)
ATS: 211-200 (.513)
ATS Vary Units: 596-540 (.525)
Over/Under: 194-211 (.479)
Over/Under Vary Units: 434-517 (.456)

Philadelphia 95, CHARLOTTE 84
ORLANDO 99, Minnesota 90
Miami 94, MILWAUKEE 91
DALLAS 98, L.A. Clippers 92
GOLDEN STATE 106, Phoenix 103
May 19, 2007

Hot teams
-- Montreal won its last four games, outscoring foes 15-4.
-- Coyotes won their last five games, allowing six goals. Vancouver won six of its last eight games.

Cold teams
-- Carolina lost 13 of its last 16 road games.
-- Washington lost seven of its last ten games. Sharks lost five of their last six road games.

-- Five of last six Carolina road games stayed under the total.
-- Five of last six San Jose games went over the total.
-- Six of last seven Phoenix games stayed under the total.

Series records
-- Canadiens won five of last six games against Carolina.
-- Sharks won last three games against Washington, allowing four goals.
-- Canucks won three of last four games against Phoenix.

-- Washington is 2-5 when it played night before, 0-2 at home. San Jose is 3-1 when playing second straight night on road.
May 19, 2007

Hot Teams
-- 76ers won/covered seven of their ten road games.
-- Miami won five of its last six games.
-- Dallas won its last three games, but is 1-5 vs spread in its last six at home. Clippers won/covered four of their last five games.
-- Warriors won three of last four home games (3-3 as home favorite). Phoenix won four of its last five road games.

Cold Teams
-- Bobcats lost their last 14 games, last two by 31-25 points.
-- Minnesota lost its last three games, by 5-7-2 points, but they're 6-2 as a road underdog. Orlando is 2-6 in last eight games as a home favorite.
-- Hornets haven't won/covered any of their last eight games. Utah lost five of last seven games; they're 4-6 as a road underdog.
-- Bucks lost their last three home games, by 23-2-5 points.

Wear and Tear
-- 76ers: 3rd game/4 nites. Bobcats: 3rd game/4 nites.
-- Wolves: 5th game/7 nites. Magic: 3rd game/4 nites.
-- Jazz: 3rd game/4 nites. Hornets: Had last two nites off.
-- Heat: 5th game/7 nites. Bucks: 5th game/7 nites.
-- Clippers: 3rd game/4 nites. Mavericks: 3rd game/4 nites.
-- Suns: 3rd game/5 nites. Warriors: 2nd nite in row after two nites off.

-- Four of 76ers' last five games went over the total.
-- Five of last six Minnesota road games went over the total.
-- Four of last five Utah games stayed under the total.
-- 11 of last 12 Milwaukee games went over the total.
-- Seven of last ten Dallas games went over the total.
-- Over is 5-2-1 in last eight Golden State games.
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May 19, 2007
NCAA Basketball Picks

Kansas at Kansas State

The Jayhawks look to take advantage of a Kansas State team that is 0-7 ATS in its last 7 games against teams with a winning record. Kansas is the pick (-3 1/2) according to Dunkel, which has the Jayhawks favored by 5. Dunkel Pick: Kansas (-3 1/2). Here are all of today's picks.
<table id="table3" cellpadding="4" cellspacing="4"><tbody><tr> <td style="height:38;width:566">MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13
Time Posted: 7:00 a.m. EST
</td> </tr> <tr> <td width="566">Game 513-514: Iowa State at Baylor (7:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Iowa State 68.728; Baylor 72.004
Dunkel Line: Baylor by 3 1/2; 144
Vegas Line: Baylor by 9; 139 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Iowa State (+9); Over</td> </tr> <tr> <td width="566">Game 515-516: Syracuse at Louisville (7:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Syracuse 74.335; Louisville 69.721
Dunkel Line: Syracuse by 4 1/2; 134
Vegas Line: Syracuse by 2 1/2; 137 1/2
Dunkel Pick Syracuse (-2 1/2); Under</td> </tr> <tr> <td width="566">Game 517-518: Kansas at Kansas State (9:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Kansas 75.228; Kansas State 70.376
Dunkel Line: Kansas by 5; 132
Vegas Line: Kansas by 3 1/2; 138
Dunkel Pick: Kansas (-3 1/2); Under</td> </tr> <tr> <td width="566">Game 519-520: MD-Eastern Shore at Coppin State (9:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: MD-Eastern Shore 39.657; Coppin State 51.793
Dunkel Line: Coppin State by 12; 149
Vegas Line: Coppin State by 14 1/2; 145
Dunkel Pick: MD-Eastern Shore (+14 1/2); Over</td></tr></tbody></table>
May 19, 2007
Today's NHL Picks

Carolina at Montreal

The Hurricanes look to take advantage of a Montreal team that is 1-4 in its last 5 games as a home favorite. Carolina is the pick (+135) according to Dunkel, which has the Hurricanes favored by 1/2 a goal. Dunkel Pick: Carolina (+135). Here are all of today's picks.
<table id="table1" cellpadding="4" cellspacing="4"><tbody><tr> <td style="height:12.75pt;width:564" height="17">MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13
Time Posted 7:30 a.m. EST
</td> </tr> <tr> <td style="height:95">Game 1-2: Carolina at Montreal (7:30 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Carolina 12.275; Montreal 11.652
Dunkel Line & Total: Carolina by 1/2; 5 1/2
Vegas Line & Total: Montreal (-155); 5
Dunkel Pick: Carolina (+135); Over</td> </tr> <tr> <td style="height:95">Game 3-4: San Jose at Washington (7:30 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: San Jose 11.093; Washington 10.982
Dunkel Line & Total: San Jose by 1; 5
Vegas Line & Total: San Jose (-115); 5 1/2
Dunkel Pick: San Jose (-115); Under</td> </tr> <tr> <td style="height:95">Game 5-6: Phoenix at Vancouver (10:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Phoenix 11.392; Vancouver 12.728
Dunkel Line & Total: Vancouver by 1 1/2; 5
Vegas Line & Total: Vancouver (-180); 5 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Vancouver (-180); Under</td></tr></tbody></table>

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