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May 19, 2007
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May 19, 2007

Straight Up: 2811-864 (.765)
ATS: 1135-1273 (.471)
ATS Vary Units: 3390-4074 (.454)
Over/Under: 1189-1212 (.495)
Over/Under Vary Units: 1444-1423 (.504)

America East Conference
ALBANY 66, Boston U. 65
Stony Brook 62, NEW HAMPSHIRE 50
Vermont 71, MAINE 64
Atlantic Sun Conference
JACKSONVILLE 74, Stetson 73
MERCER 71, East Tennessee State 60
NORTH FLORIDA 76, Florida Gulf Coast 73
Big 12 Conference
Missouri 77, OKLAHOMA 70
Big East Conference
LOUISVILLE 67, Connecticut 59
Marquette 80, DePAUL 70
Big Sky Conference
MONTANA 76, Idaho State 60
Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference
BETHUNE-COOKMAN 67, North Carolina Central 62
DELAWARE STATE 63, Hampton 58
MORGAN STATE 73, Howard 61
Norfolk State 74, UMES 64
Southern Conference
DAVIDSON 74, Wofford 65
ELON 75, Appalachian State 72
Southwestern Athletic Conference
GRAMBLING STATE 63, Alcorn State 61
BELMONT 86, Austin Peay 67
SAVANNAH STATE 65, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 52
May 19, 2007

Straight Up: 230-108 (.680)
ATS: 183-172 (.515)
ATS Vary Units: 534-485 (.524)
Over/Under: 168-181 (.481)
Over/Under Vary Units: 397-469 (.458)

ORLANDO 96, L.A. Clippers 91
PHILADELPHIA 93, L.A. Lakers 88
NEW YORK 102, Utah 100
ATLANTA 99, Phoenix 91
Chicago 96, NEW JERSEY 87
NEW ORLEANS 97, Sacramento 93
MEMPHIS 96, San Antonio 94
DENVER 109, Houston 101
May 19, 2007

Season: 250-182 (.579)

TORONTO 3, Edmonton 2
May 19, 2007

Hot teams
-- Oilers, Toronto both won four of their last five games.
-- Red Wings won nine of their last eleven games.

Cold teams
-- Coyotes lost nine of their last thirteen games.
-- Anaheim lost three of its last four games. Flames lost six of their last eight road games.

-- Four of last five Edmonton road games and Toronto's last seven home tilts stayed under the total.
-- Three of last four Detroit road games went over the total.
-- Under is 6-1-1 in last eight Calgary games.

Series records
-- Road team won both Edmonton-Toronto games LY.
-- Red Wings won their last seven games against Phoenix.
-- Ducks won four of last five games against Calgary.
May 19, 2007

Hot Teams
-- Orlando won its last three games, by 6-8-4 points. Clippers won five of their last six games.
-- 76ers won five of their last six games (10-3 as home favorite).
-- Bulls covered seven of last ten games as a road favorite.
-- Knicks covered their last four games, but are 3-6 as a home favorite.
-- Spurs won last four games, covered last five.
-- Sacramento won its last two games, covered its last four, but they're 4-9 vs spread as a road underdog.
-- Trailblazers won/covered their last five home games. Oklahoma City won six of its last eight games.

Cold Teams
-- Raptors lost three of last four games; they're 9-7 as a road underdog. Washington is 3-10 at home, but 2-1 as a home favorite.
-- Lakers are 3-7 away from Staples Center.
-- Suns covered three of their last ten road games. Atlanta lost its last two home games, is 3-6 vs spread in last nine games as home favorite.
-- Nets are 3-7 at home, 2-4 as home underdogs.
-- Utah lost five of its seven road games.
-- Grizzlies lost six of last eight games, but they're 5-2 as home faves.
-- Hornets lost nine of their last ten road games.
-- Rockets lost three of last four games; they're 2-7 as road underdogs. Denver lost four of its last five games.

Wear and Tear
-- Raptors: 5th game/7 nites. Wizards: 3rd game/4 nites.
-- Clippers: 6th game/9 nites. Magic: 8th game/12 nites.
-- Lakers: 3rd game/4 nites. 76ers: 3rd game/4 nites.
-- Suns: 6th game/9 nites. Hawks: 3rd game/5 nites.
-- Bulls: 6th game/9 nites. Nets: 5th game/7 nites.
-- Jazz: 4th game/6 nites. Knicks: 5th game/7 nites.
-- Spurs: 6th game/9 nites. Grizzlies: 6th game/8 nites.
-- Kings: 3rd game/5 nites. Hornets: 6th game/9 nites.
-- Rockets: 3rd game/4 nites. Nuggets: 5th game/7 nites.
-- Thunder: 3rd game/4 nites. Blazers: 4th game/6 nites.

-- Last four Toronto road games stayed under the total.
-- Six of last nine Clipper games went over the total.
-- Last three Laker games stayed under the total.
-- Five of last six Phoenix road games stayed under total.
-- Six of last eight Chicago games went over the total.
-- Six of last eight New York games stayed under the total.
-- Eight of last nine Memphis games stayed under.
-- Ten of last eleven Sacramento road games stayed under.
-- Five of last seven Houston road games stayed under the total.
-- Five of last six Thunder games went over the total.
May 19, 2007
Game of the day: Lakers at 76ers

Los Angeles Lakers at Philadelphia 76ers (-4, 177)

THE STORY: The Philadelphia 76ers are in the midst of a grueling stretch looking to prove that their early season success is not a fluke. The 76ers will receive what figures to be another stern test when Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers arrive in Philly for a Monday matchup. Philadelphia bounced back from a 20-point drubbing at home by the Miami Heat with a 98-87 victory in Atlanta on Saturday. It was the fifth win in six games for the 76ers, who beat Chicago and Orlando last week and face matchups against San Antonio and the Los Angeles Clippers in the upcoming week. The Lakers are 1-1 on their season-high, six-game road trip and absorbed a 96-87 loss in Utah on Saturday night that dropped them to 3-8 away from home. Los Angeles coach Mike Brown picked up a pair of technicals and could be facing disciplinary action after bumping into referee Zach Zarba.

ABOUT THE LAKERS (14-10, 11-13 ATS): Pau Gasol had reached only 20 points twice – with a high of 22 – in the first 15 games of the season, but has scored at least 23 points in five of his last nine games. That included a 24-point, 16-rebound performance against the Jazz. Gasol has grabbed 33 rebounds in his last two and is averaging a double-double (16.5 points, 10.0 rebounds) for the season. Center Andrew Bynum is averaging 21.0 points and 11.0 rebounds in his last three.

ABOUT THE 76ERS (17-7, 16-7-1 ATS): The league's most balanced scoring team received a boost over the weekend with the return of big men Spencer Hawes and rookie Nikola Vucevic from injury. Starting center Spencer Hawes came back from a 10-game absence to score 14 points while Vucevic, in his second game back after sitting out the previous six, scored a career-high 15 against Atlanta. The duo combined to hit 14 of 21 shots to ease the loss of Elton Brand, who sprained his thumb in Friday’s game.


* Lakers are 4-0 ATS in the last four meetings in Philadelphia.
* Under is 4-1 in the last five meetings.
* Favorite is 11-5 ATS in the last 16 meetings.
* Road team is 6-0 ATS in the last six meetings.


1. The Lakers have beaten the 76ers four straight overall and seven of the last eight. They've also won their last four visits to Philly.

2. Philadelphia has not allowed an opponent to score more than 87 points in its last five wins, holding three opponents to less than 74 points.

PREDICTION: 76ers 92, Lakers 90
May 19, 2007
Pick 'n' roll: Monday's Best NBA Bets

Oklahoma City Thunder at Portland Trail Blazers (1, 198)

The Oklahoma City Thunder went into Saturday’s game in San Antonio with the best outright record in the Western Conference. They left with the conference’s top record too, though without the confidence you’d expect.

The Thunder were spanked 107-96 as 2.5-point underdogs by the Spurs, who hit 12 treys on 52.5 percent shooting from outside. Tony Parker torched Oklahoma City for 42 points.

"They beat us. They beat us in all aspects of the game," Oklahoma City coach Scott Brooks told reporters. "I thought Tony Parker had his way with us. It's all about stopping the basketball and we didn't do a very good job at that. It's on all of us, including myself.”

The Thunder did managed to cut into a 24-point deficit in the fourth quarter, but their overall effort left a lot to be desired.

They’ll look to kick this road trip out west on a good note Monday.

Pick: Thunder

Los Angeles Clippers at Orlando Magic (1, 192)

The Los Angeles Clippers normally don’t have any problems filling the bucket. They’re averaging 98.1 points per game and more than 105 points in their last five games.

Defense has been a different story, though. The Clippers are allowing more than 100 points a night over their last five outings.

But after a disappointing loss to the Denver Nuggets, they rebounded to slam the Washington Wizards 107-81on Saturday.

“When we get stops, we’re tough to guard in transition,” point guard Chris Paul told reporters. “We’ve got the shooters, we’ve got the high fliers and all that. When we defend teams, we’re tough to beat.”

Defending against the Magic is much bigger task than holding the Wizards down, obviously. Dwight Howard just put up 27 points in Orlando’s gutty win at Indiana, while hitting seven of his 10 attempts from the charity stripe.

If he can keep hitting those freebies, this might turn into a real shootout.

Pick: Over
May 19, 2007
College funds: Monday's Best NCAAB Bets

Connecticut Huskies at Louisville Cardinals (-4.5, 127.5)

Two of the best defensive teams in the Big East lock horns on Monday when Connecticut travels to No. 25 Louisville.

The Huskies, playing without head coach Jim Calhoun (medical leave), snapped a four-game losing streak by routing Seton Hall, 69-46, on Saturday. The surging Cardinals, meanwhile, have won four straight, including a 78-66 home victory over Rutgers.

The Huskies rank third nationally — one spot ahead of the Cardinals — in field-goal percentage defense, holding foes to 36.7 shooting from the floor while blocking 6.7 shots (6th in Division I). They are vulnerable from the perimeter, however — Connecticut allows opponents to hit 34 percent from 3-point range, 15th in the Big East, and also rank 14th in the league in turnover margin (minus-2.1).

The Huskies are led by sophomore shooting guard Jeremy Lamb (17.6 ppg) and freshman center Andre Drummond (10.2 ppg, 7.7 rpg, 2.7 bpg), who blocked seven shots against Seton Hall.

Pick: Huskies

Marquette Golden Eagles at DePaul Blue Demons (10, 156)

Still smarting from Saturday's 76-59 setback at Notre Dame, No. 15 Marquette wraps up its brief Midwestern road trip when it travels to Chicago for a Monday night clash with rival DePaul.

The Golden Eagles had won seven Big East games in a row before falling to the Fighting Irish, who made 11 3-point shots. The Blue Demons, meanwhile, fell into a tie for last place in the conference after a 74-66 defeat at Cincinnati.

The young Blue Demons rank third in the league in scoring (74.5) but have been giving up far too much at the other end, ranking last in points allowed (75.1) and rebounding margin (minus-6.6) while allowing opponents to shoot 48 percent, easily the worst figure in the conference.

DePaul has remained competitive thanks to the dynamic sophomore tandem of forward Cleveland Melvin (18.0 ppg, 6.8 rpg) and guard Brandon Young (15.5 ppg, 5.0 apg).

Only Cincinnati has attempted more 3-pointers among Big East teams than DePaul's 478.

Pick: Over
May 19, 2007
Ice picks: Monday's Best NHL Bets

Edmonton Oilers at Toronto Maple Leafs (-170, 5.5)

It’s as close to a game between the Edmonton Oilers of the early ‘80s and the 1993 Maple Leafs as imaginable as the two hot teams clash on Monday in Toronto.

It will be the first of two meetings in a nine-day span. The Maple Leafs, winners of two straight games, are fighting for one of the last few playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. With 60 points, Toronto is in a bunch within a couple of points that includes the New Jersey Devils, Ottawa Senators, Washington Capitals and Winnipeg Jets.

The Oilers, playing like playoff contenders with three straight wins, are 11 points behind the eighth and final playoff spot in the Western Conference.

Edmonton is coming off a 5-4 shootout win at home over the Detroit Red Wings. Sam Gagner followed his historic eight-point night with two goals and an assist.

“I’m just feeling way better about how I am playing," Gagner told reporters. "I want the puck. I want to be the guy."

When he's going like this, the Oilers will be happy to give it to him.

Pick: Oilers

Calgary Flames at Anaheim Ducks (-130, 5.5)

A glance at Friday’s results quickly sums up the state of the Calgary Flames and the Anaheim Ducks.

After the Flames defeated Stanley Cup contender Chicago 3-1, the Ducks lost at home to the NHL’s worst team – the Columbus Blue Jackets – 3-2 in overtime. Calgary will try to build off the Chicago victory by opening a three-game road trip Monday against the Ducks.

The Flames have lost a remarkable 13 straight regular-season games at Anaheim – the last six by one goal – and haven’t won there since Jan. 19, 2004. Calgary is tied for 11th, four points behind Minnesota.

When Anaheim failed to capitalize and didn’t pick up what seemed to be an easy two points, it might have officially shifted itself into seller’s mode in advance of the Feb. 27 NHL trading deadline. The Flames defeated the Ducks 1-0 in overtime in the first meeting of the season Jan. 12.

We figure the Flames might finally be able to snap this curse in Anaheim.

Pick: Flames
May 19, 2007
Monday’s Betting Tips

Who’s hot

NBA: New York is 4-11 against the spread in its last 15 home games.

NBA: Sacramento has covered in four straight overall and is 13-3 ATS in its last 16 meetings with New Orleans.

NHL: Edmonton has won four of its last five and has at least one point in all five of those games.

NHL: Detroit is 26-10 in its last 36.

NCAAB: Louisville has covered the number in four straight.

NCAAB: The under is 17-8-1 in Missouri’s last 26 home games.

Who’s not

NBA: Chicago is 3-12 in its last 15 games in New Jersey.

NBA: The Los Angeles Lakers are 3-10 against the spread in their last 13 road games.

NHL: The over is 2-9 in Toronto’s last 11 games overall.

NHL: Calgary is 4-22-4 in its last 30 games in Anaheim.

NCAAB: Oklahoma has dropped five of its last six against the spread.

NCAAB: DePaul is 4-10-1 against the spread in its last 15 Big East games.

Key stat

74 – Toronto Maple Leafs goaltender James Reimer has stopped 74 consecutive shots in back-to-back shutouts heading into Monday’s home game against the surging Edmonton Oilers. Toronto coach Ron Wilson has yet to name his starting goaltender, but you’d have to assume he will ride the hot hand. The Maple Leafs are pegged as -170 home favorites.

Injury that shouldn’t be overlooked

Elton Brand, Philadelphia 76ers – Brand missed Saturday’s win at Atlanta with a sprained thumb and is listed as questionable for Monday’s game against the Lakers. Brand is averaging 10.1 points and 6.7 rebounds per game.

Game of the day

Los Angeles Clippers at Orlando Magic (1, 192)

Notable quotable

"This meeting made all the difference in the world. I apologized for being selfish. If I'm the captain of this team, I have to take responsibility for what happens, whether I'm playing or not. Roscoe [Smith] spoke, too. He said, 'When we win, we all look good.' – UConn Huskies captain Alex Oriakhi about calling a team meeting before the club snapped a four-game losing skid Saturday.

Notes and tips

The New York Knicks may have a new point guard. Knicks coach Mike D'Antoni said he was leaning toward started second-year player Jeremy Lin after his breakout performance Saturday night. Lin came off the bench to score a career-high 25 points to go with seven assists and five rebounds to lift the slumping Knicks to a 99-92 victory over the New Jersey Nets. The Knicks have struggled at the point all season. They signed veteran Baron Davis a week before the season, but he is dealing with a bulging disk and is expected back sometime this month. The Knicks are 4-point favorites at home to Utah on Monday.

Charlotte Bobcats center Chris Kaman is expected to be in uniform for Monday night's game against the Sacramento Kings. The team announced Saturday that Kaman is back with the team and will practice Sunday. Kaman has been sidelined for six games since general manager Dell Demps announced he was planning to trade him. The 7-foot Kaman was acquired from the Los Angeles Clippers in the Chris Paul trade. The 29-year-old is averaging 9.2 points and 6.6 rebounds in 17 games for the Hornets this season.

The Oklahoma Sooners allowed Iowa to hit 15 3-pointers in its 77-70 loss on Saturday. The Sooners are allowing opponents to hit 33.8 percent from downtown and face a Missouri Tigers club that hit 45.5 (10 of 22) percent of its treys during Saturday’s massive win over Kansas.
May 19, 2007
NCAA Basketball Picks

Connecticut at Louisville

The Cardinals look to take advantage of a Connecticut team that is 1-5 ATS in its last 6 road games. Louisville is the pick (-4 1/2) according to Dunkel, which has the Cardinals favored by 6 1/2. Dunkel Pick: Louisville (-4 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 6
Time Posted: 6:00 a.m. EST
</td> </tr> <tr> <td width="566">Game 521-522: Connecticut at Louisville (7:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Connecticut 63.174; Louisville 69.739
Dunkel Line: Louisville by 6 1/2; 131
Vegas Line: Louisville by 4 1/2; 127 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Louisville (-4 1/2); Over</td> </tr> <tr> <td width="566">Game 523-524: Missouri at Oklahoma (7:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Missouri 70.618; Oklahoma 66.489
Dunkel Line: Missouri by 4; 142
Vegas Line: Missouri by 5 1/2; 146
Dunkel Pick Oklahoma (+5 1/2); Under</td> </tr> <tr> <td width="566">Game 525-526: Texas at Texas A&M (5:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Texas 68.146; Texas A&M 67.237
Dunkel Line: Texas by 1; 121
Vegas Line: Texas by 2 1/2; 125 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Texas A&M (+2 1/2); Under</td> </tr> <tr> <td width="566">Game 527-528: Marquette at DePaul (9:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Marquette 69.254; DePaul 56.529
Dunkel Line: Marquette by 12 1/2; 160
Vegas Line: Marquette by 9 1/2; 156
Dunkel Pick: Marquette (-9 1/2); Over</td> </tr> <tr> <td width="566">Game 529-530: Wofford at Davidson (7:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Wofford 54.329; Davidson 62.652
Dunkel Line: Davidson by 8 1/2; 139
Vegas Line: Davidson by 10 1/2; 135 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Wofford (+10 1/2); Over</td> </tr> <tr> <td width="566">Game 531-532: Appalachian State at Elon (2:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Appalachian State 48.575; Elon 49.462
Dunkel Line: Elon by 1; 132
Vegas Line: Elon by 2; 138
Dunkel Pick: Appalachian State (+2); Under</td> </tr> <tr> <td width="566">Game 533-534: Furman at Georgia Southern (7:30 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Furman 50.734; Georgia Southern 51.037
Dunkel Line: Even; 126
Vegas Line: Georgia Southern by 2; 129 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Furman (+2); Under</td> </tr> <tr> <td width="566">Game 535-536: Idaho State at Montana (9:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Idaho State 45.010; Montana 62.927
Dunkel Line: Montana by 18; 133
Vegas Line: Montana by 15 1/2; 129 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Montana (-15 1/2); Over</td> </tr> <tr> <td style="height:5" width="566">
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May 19, 2007
Today's NHL Picks

Calgary at Anaheim

The Ducks look to take advantage of a Calgary team that is 2-10 in its last 12 games as a road underdog. Anaheim is the pick (-130) according to Dunkel, which has the Ducks favored by 1 1/2. Dunkel Pick: Anaheim (-130). 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 6
Time Posted 7:30 a.m. EST
</td> </tr> <tr> <td style="height:95">Game 51-52: Edmonton at Toronto (7:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Edmonton 12.743; Toronto 11.679
Dunkel Line & Total: Edmonton by 1; 5
Vegas Line & Total: Toronto (-170); 5 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Edmonton (+150); Under</td> </tr> <tr> <td style="height:95">Game 53-54: Detroit at Phoenix (8:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Detroit 12.600; Phoenix 11.580
Dunkel Line & Total: Detroit by 1; 6 1/2
Vegas Line & Total: Detroit (-135); 5 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Detroit (-135); Over</td> </tr> <tr> <td style="height:95">Game 55-56: Calgary at Anaheim (10:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Calgary 10.218; Anaheim 11.667
Dunkel Line & Total: Anaheim by 1 1/2; 5
Vegas Line & Total: Anaheim (-130); 5 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Anaheim (-130); Under</td></tr></tbody></table>
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