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Season
Straight Up: 2877-890 (.764)
ATS: 1163-1301 (.472)
ATS Vary Units: 3473-4141 (.456)
Over/Under: 1218-1240 (.496)
Over/Under Vary Units: 1473-1451 (.504)

America East Conference
Albany 66, NEW HAMPSHIRE 63
BOSTON U. 72, Maine 59
STONY BROOK 80, Umbc 51
Atlantic Coast Conference
MIAMI (FLA.) 73, Virginia Tech 62
NC State 67, GEORGIA TECH 63
Big Sky Conference
IDAHO STATE 77, Portland State 76
Montana 76, NORTHERN COLORADO 64
SACRAMENTO STATE 69, Montana State 67
Weber State 78, NORTHERN ARIZONA 65
Big South Conference
CAMPBELL 75, Winthrop 66
CHARLESTON SOUTHERN 80, Liberty 68
COASTAL CAROLINA 79, High Point 64
GARDNER-WEBB 71, Radford 59
PRESBYTERIAN 79, Vmi 78
Big Ten Conference
INDIANA 71, Illinois 63
NORTHWESTERN 75, Iowa 69
Wisconsin 57, MINNESOTA 55
Big West Conference
CAL POLY 61, UC Riverside 55
CAL STATE FULLERTON 82, UC Irvine 69
Cal State Northridge 73, UC DAVIS 69
Long Beach State 70, PACIFIC 61
Great West Conference
North Dakota 73, CHICAGO STATE 68
Utah Valley 71, NEW JERSEY TECH 66
Horizon League
CLEVELAND STATE 68, Valparaiso 59
YOUNGSTOWN STATE 63, Butler 60
Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference
FAIRFIELD 64, Manhattan 62
NIAGARA 70, Siena 66
Rider 79, CANISIUS 70
SAINT PETER'S 69, Marist 61
Ohio Valley Conference
MURRAY STATE 75, Tennessee State 62
SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE 80, Tennessee-Martin 63
TENNESSEE TECH 78, Eastern Illinois 59
Pacific-10 Conference
ARIZONA 71, Colorado 62
ARIZONA STATE 64, Utah 53
California 62, USC 53
OREGON STATE 79, Washington State 71
UCLA 70, Stanford 60
Washington 73, OREGON 71
Patriot League
Lehigh 68, AMERICAN 66
Southeastern Conference
MISSISSIPPI STATE 73, Ole Miss 66
Southern Conference
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON 80, Western Carolina 66
Davidson 83, THE CITADEL 63
Elon vs. CHATTANOOGA: TOO CLOSE TO CALL
FURMAN 70, Appalachian State 63
SAMFORD 75, UNC Greensboro 69
Wofford 65, GEORGIA SOUTHERN 63
Summit League
North Dakota State 76, UMKC 69
ORAL ROBERTS 86, Iupui 68
South Dakota State 85, SOUTH DAKOTA 72
SOUTHERN UTAH 63, Western Illinois 59
Sun Belt Conference
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LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE 66, Ualr 62
MIDDLE TENNESSEE 72, Western Kentucky 56
North Texas 66, FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 65
SOUTH ALABAMA 65, Arkansas State 61
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GONZAGA 72, Saint Mary's 70
Loyola Marymount 74, PORTLAND 70
PEPPERDINE 66, San Diego 63
SAN FRANCISCO 87, Santa Clara 72
Western Athletic Conference
Fresno State 71, SAN JOSE STATE 66
Nevada vs. HAWAI'I: TOO CLOSE TO CALL
New Mexico State 73, IDAHO 72
UTAH STATE 70, Louisiana Tech 60
 

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Straight Up: 243-120 (.669)
ATS: 197-185 (.516)
ATS Vary Units: 567-506 (.528)
Over/Under: 181-194 (.483)
Over/Under Vary Units: 418-489 (.461)

BOSTON 88, L.A. Lakers 85
DENVER 112, Golden State 102
PHOENIX 103, Houston 102
Oklahoma City 105, SACRAMENTO 98
 

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Season: 254-190 (.572)

NEW JERSEY 3, St. Louis 2
N.Y. ISLANDERS 3, Montreal 2
N.Y. RANGERS 3, Tampa Bay 2
PHILADELPHIA 4, Toronto 3
WASHINGTON 3, Winnipeg 2
Dallas vs. COLUMBUS: TOO CLOSE TO CALL
Nashville vs. OTTAWA: TOO CLOSE TO CALL
Los Angeles vs. FLORIDA: TOO CLOSE TO CALL
Vancouver 3, MINNESOTA 2
PHOENIX 3, Calgary 2
 
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Hot Teams
-- Celtics won last five games, but are 3-7 vs spread in last ten games as a home favorite.
-- Phoenix won four of its last five games- they're 2-5 as a home favorite. Rockets won three of last four games, covered six of last eight on road.
-- Sacramento won three of last four games, covered last six. Thunder won eight of its last ten games.

Cold Teams
-- Lakers are 3-8 vs spread away from Staples Center.
-- Denver lost four in row, six of last seven games. Warriors are 2-6 on the road, 4-4 as road underdog.

Wear and Tear
-- Lakers: Had last two nites off. Celtics: 3rd game/5 nites.
-- Warriors: 2nd game/5 nites. Nuggets: 6th game/8 nites.
-- Rockets: 5th game/7 nites. Suns: 5th game/7 nites.
-- Thunder: 5th game/7 nites. Kings: 3rd game/4 nites.

Totals
-- Three of last four Laker games stayed under the total.
-- Five of last six Golden State games went over the total.
-- Four of last five Houston games stayed under total.
-- Five of Thunder's last six road games went over total.
 
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Hot teams
-- Columbus just won consecutive games for first time since Nov 19-21.
-- New Jersey is 5-0 since All-Star break, scoring 21 goals. Blues won six of their last nine games.
-- Washington won nine of its last eleven home games.
-- Islanders won three of their last four games.
-- Rangers are 6-0 in game following their last six losses. Tampa Bay won six of its last eight games.
-- Predators won six of their last eight away games.
-- Vancouver won five of its last six games.
-- Coyotes won four of their last five games.

Cold teams
-- Dallas Stars lost three of their last four road games.
-- Winnipeg lost five of its last seven road games.
-- Canadiens lost five of their last six road games.
-- Flyers lost four of their last five games. Toronto lost six of it last eight road games.
-- Ottawa lost its last seven games, scoring nine goals.
-- Kings are 2-3 in last five road games, scoring eight goals. Florida lost seven of its last ten games.
-- Minnesota lost three of its last four games.
-- Calgary lost seven of its last ten road games.


Totals
-- Five of last six Dallas road games went over the total.
-- Last six St Louis road games stayed under the total.
-- Last seven Winnipeg games stayed under the total.
-- Under is 3-1-1 in Montreal's last five games.
-- Over is 9-3 in Tampa Bay's last dozen games.
-- 10 of last 13 Maple Leaf games stayed under the total.
-- Seven of last eight Nashville road games stayed under total.
-- Under is 6-0-1 in last seven Los Angeles games.
-- Eight of last nine Minnesota home games went over total.
-- Six of last eight Calgary games stayed under the total.

Series records
-- Columbus lost three of last four games against the Dallas Stars.
-- Devils lost 3-2 in St Louis in LY's meeting.
-- Washington won its last two games vs Winnipeg, allowing three goals.
-- Islanders won three of last four games against Montreal.
-- Rangers lost five of last six games against Tampa Bay.
-- Flyers won six of last seven games against Toronto.
-- Road team won last four Nashville-Ottawa games.
-- Kings won 3-2/2-1 in their last two games with Florida.
-- Canucks won six of last seven games against Minnesota.
-- Coyotes won six of last seven games with Calgary.

Back-to-Back
-- Flames are 1-4 playing second straight night on road.
 
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Pick 'n' roll: Thursday's Best NBA Bets

Oklahoma City Thunder at Sacramento Kings (6.5, 204)

Even though Monta Ellis grabbed the spotlight Tuesday night, the Oklahoma City Thunder had the last laugh.

Ellis went off for 48 points, hitting 18 of his 29 attempts from the floor, but the Thunder hung around and Kevin Durant banked in a trey with 14.2 seconds left on the clock to give Oklahoma City a 119-116 win to cover as a 2-point favorite.

"It's one of those things where you shoot it and you're like, 'Aw, that's a terrible shot.' When it went in, I was kind of surprised," Durant told reporters.

It’s been that kind of season for the Thunder, who are averaging better than 101 points per game and are 9-6 against the spread on the road this season.

Sacramento has looked better lately, but we don't think they'll be up to this kind of challenge yet. The Thunder have covered in four of their last five meetings with the Kings.

Pick: Thunder

Houston Rockets at Phoenix Suns (-3, 200.5)

Steve Nash knows what you were thinking when his Suns nearly blew a 21-point lead in the third quarter in Tuesday’s game against the Milwaukee Bucks, the club’s second in as many nights.

"I'm sure Vegas looks at that and says, 'Scheduling loss,'" Nash told the Arizona Republic Tuesday. "For us to go from up 21 to down four, that was a pretty memorable win."

The Suns did manage to come back for 107-105 win as 8-point underdogs, with Nash hitting the game-winning bucket with five seconds left in the fourth quarter. He finished with 18 points and 11 assists to cap off a pretty impressive 38th birthday.

Phoenix has now won four of its last five and look like they’ll be competitive as long as Nash keeps playing like he’s a decade younger than he is.

These are two of the best under teams in the Association and this total looks a little high to us.

Pick: Under
 
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College funds: Thursday's Best NCAAB Bets

Tennessee State Tigers at Murray State Racers (-12, 136)

No. 7 Murray State, the nation's lone unbeaten team, puts its 23-0 mark on the line against a hot Tennessee State contingent. With a win, MSU can clinch a tie for its third consecutive Ohio Valley Conference regular-season championship, and also extend its home win streak to 19 games.

The Racers' 18-game win streak at the CFSB Center is tied for ninth longest in the nation. Isaiah Canaan continues to push for All-American recognition.

The junior guard leads the Racers in scoring (18.9) and assists (3.8). Canaan is seventh in the nation in 3-point field goal percentage (46.3) and 17th in 3-point field goals per game (3.0). He has three games of more than 30 points this season, 10 games of 20 or more, and has been in double digits in 22 of 23 games.

Tennessee State has won five straight and seven of eight to pull into a second place tie with Tennessee Tech in the OVC, but the Tigers are in over their heads here.

Pick: Racers

Wisconsin Badgers at Minnesota Golden Gophers (1, 113)

No. 22 Wisconsin leads the nation in scoring defense, holding opponents to 49.8 points. Where the Badgers struggle is on the other end.

Minnesota is riding the bubble right now and could use a big week to boost its NCAA Tournament resume, with No. 3 Ohio State on tap after Wisconsin. The Gophers have the misfortune of catching Wisconsin outside the Kohl Center.

Oddly, the Badgers have been a stronger team away from home, shooting 40.2 percent from beyond the arc in road games while connecting at a 23 percent clip at home.

The Badgers had recorded a total of six conference losses at home in the Bo Ryan’s first 10 seasons. They are already halfway to that mark in 2011-12.

Wisconsin suffered a big blow to its hopes of a Big Ten regular-season championship with a home loss to Ohio State last weekend. The Badgers have not eclipsed 57 points in any of their last three games and have not won at Minnesota since 2008.

Pick: Golden Gophers
 
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Ice picks: Thursday’s Best NHL Bets

St. Louis Blues at New Jersey Devils (N/A)

The New Jersey Devils escaped with a much-needed two points Tuesday against the New York Rangers, but the victory didn't come without a lot of controversy.

Up 1-0 in the dying seconds of regulation, New York's Artem Anisimov scored what appeared to be the game’s tying goal, but the goal was disallowed because Marian Gaborik was whistled for goaltender interference.

A closer look shows that Gaborik was clearly pushed into Martin Brodeur by Devils defenseman Anton Volchenkov, though he didn't exactly see it that way.

"They have rules; you hit the goalie, you get a penalty," Volchenkov told reporters. "I saw him push Marty. I maybe pushed him a little, but I didn't push so hard."

At any rate, the Devils have now five straight games, pulling within just two points of the fourth-place Penguins ahead of Wednesday night’s action.

St. Louis dropped three of four before getting back on track with a 3-1 win over Ottawa Tuesday.

Pick: Under

Los Angeles Kings at Florida Panthers (-110, 5)

With a glance at the Los Angeles Kings’ roster, it’s hard to believe they sit last in the NHL averaging only 2.1 goals per game.

So far, Darryl Sutter hasn’t been able to ignite the offense, though he’s not dumping on the team’s forwards anymore.

"I know we talk about a lack of goal scoring, but I think we will score more—or, this team is capable of scoring more—if our defense would move the pucks quicker, get to them quicker, and move them more like the old hockey school, on the tape," Sutter told reporters.

The first pass out of the defensive zone shouldn’t be much of an issue with blueliners like Drew Doughty and Jack Johnson on the roster either. Still, despite the club’s problems, they were still in seventh place in the competitive Western Conference ahead of Wednesday's action.

The Kings have haven’t lost to Florida since 2002 and shouldn't sputter here either.

Pick: Kings
 
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Thursday’s Betting Tips

Who’s hot

NBA: Phoenix is 22-7 against the spread in its last 29 meetings with Houston.

NBA: Denver is 10-3 against the spread in the second half of back-to-back situations.

NHL: The under is 7-0 in Winnipeg’s last seven overall.

NHL: Philadelphia has won six of its last seven against Toronto.

NCAAB: Niagara is 9-3 against the spread in its last 12.

NCAAB: UCLA is 11-5 against the spread in its last 16 Pac-12 games.

Who’s not

NBA: The over has cashed in each of Golden State’s last seven road games.

NBA: Los Angeles is 6-14-1 against the spread in its last 21 games against Boston.

NHL: Minnesota is 5-18 in its last 23.

NHL: Montreal is 1-5 in its last six road games.

NCAAB: Wisconsin is 3-7 against the spread in its last 10 overall.

NCAAB: Gonzaga is 0-6-1 against the spread in its last seven overall.

Key stat

5 – Each of Illinois’ last five games have been decided by five or fewer points and the Fighting Illini are 1-4 straight up and against the spread during that span. They have dropped to 9-12 against the spread on the year heading into Thursday’s meeting with Indiana.

Injury that shouldn’t be overlooked

Jose Theodore, Florida Panthers - Theodore has missed the last four games with a knee injury and is listed as questionable for Thursday's game against Los Angeles. Theodore is 14-9-5 this season with a 2.10 goals against average. The Panthers are set as -105 underdogs with the total at 5.

Game of the day

Los Angeles Lakers at Boston Celtics (-3.5, 177.5)

Notable quotables

"I believe it's the art of controlling the body and club and swinging the pendulum motion...I believe that's how it should be played. I'm a traditionalist when it comes to that. My idea was to have it so that the putter would be equal to or less than the shortest club in your bag...And I think with that, we'd be able to get away from any type of belly anchoring," – Tiger Woods talking about banning long putters in the PGA. Woods is set as a +500 favorite at the AT&T Pebble Beach National.

Notes and tips

There is some talk that Vancouver forward Henrik Sedin may miss Thursday's game against Minnesota with an ankle injury. He skipped Wednesday's practice and was scheduled for a CT scan. The All-Star center has 11 goals and an NHL-best 46 assists in 53 games this season. Meanwhile, Wild captain Mikko Koivu could return to the lineup Thursday. Koviu has been on the shelf since Jan. 14 with a shoulder injury, but still sits second on the team with 33 points in 41 games this season. The Canucks are pegged as -145 favorites.

New York Knicks forward Amar'e Stoudemire will miss the next three games and won't return to the team until Monday due to personal reasons. Stoudemire's brother was killed in a car accident early Monday morning. Hazell Stoudemire was driving north on U.S. 27 in Lake Wales, Fla., when he collided with a tractor trailer at 1:45 a.m., according to Florida Highway Patrol. The 35-year-old Stoudemire was not wearing a seatbelt and was confirmed dead at the scene.

English national team coach Fabio Capello resigned Wednesday, potentially clearing the way for Harry Redknapp to take over his role. Capello quit just hours after Redknapp was cleared of tax evasions charges in a London court. The resignation of Capello came after a dispute with the English Football Association over the decision to strip John Terry of the team captaincy. “We have accepted Fabio’s resignation, agreeing this is the right decision,” FA Chairman David Bernstein said. “We would like to thank Fabio for his work with the England team and wish him every success in the future.” Redknapp was viewed as Capello's successor but his acquittal could speed up the process.
 
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Top 4 Teams Helping Hot Under Trend
By Ryan Stetson

With the trade deadline looming at the end of the month and teams already starting to look ahead to the playoff picture, every goal is becoming more and more crucial.

Maybe that’s part of the reason why the under is likely the hottest bet in professional sports over the last month. Ahead of Wednesday night’s action, 61.1 percent of NHL games in the last 30 days have played under their respective totals.

Here are four teams that have been filling under bettors’ pockets this season.

All stats current through Tuesday’s games.

St. Louis Blues – over/under record: 12-29-11

When you’re playing for Ken Hitchcock, you’re going to be responsible defensively on the ice or you’ll spend a lot of time in the press box. This team is buying into his system. Brian Elliott and Jaroslav Halak are offering healthy competition for each other in goal and the offense is producing 2.2 goals per game with a power play that ranks 22nd in the league. Oddsmakers are going to keep setting 5-goal totals for Blues games and they’ll keep playing under.

Los Angeles Kings – over/under record: 11-30-13

The Kings continue to struggle offensively with a league-low 118 goals for and a power play that’s clicking at a 15.7-percent clip. Goaltender Jonthan Quick is a Vezina Trophy candidate with a 1.85 goals against average, a .935 save percentage, and six shutouts, so don’t look for the Kings to give up many goals moving forward. Total bettors should keep a close eye on the offense though. The Kings have scored at least three goals in three of their last four and do have the talent to break out at any time, especially if they can swing a deal for another sniper in the next few weeks.

Calgary Flames – over/under record: 19-31-3

Just three Flames have at least 13 goals this season – Jarome Iginla (20), Olli Jokinen (13) and Curtis Glencross (18). The club hoped trading for Mike Cammalleri would help kickstart the offense, but he has just two points in eight games with Calgary and the team continues to have trouble getting pucks to the net, ranking 25th at 27.6 shots per game. The Flames still have solid goaltending with Miikka Kiprusoff and with this lack of offensive firepower, the only way they can stay competitive is to try to win 2-1 games. They had played under in six of their last seven ahead of Wednesday’s action.

Winnipeg Jets – over/under record: 21-33-1

The Jets are another team that’s trying to grind out wins to remain in the playoff picture. They have scored two or fewer goals in seven straight games and Blake Wheeler leads the team with only 36 points in 53 games. Be careful playing under when this club is on the road though. The Jets have been a fantastic home bet all season, sticking to Claude Noel’s defensive model, but they’re terrible on the road and both Chris Mason and Ondrej Pavelec may fade down the stretch. This club has traveled more than any other this year and you have to think that's going to catch up with their legs eventually.
 
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Mighty missed with Georgia State (-10) Wednesday.

Thursday it’s Cleveland State. The deficit is 200 sirignanos.
 
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