Sean Murphy Sean Murphy
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Sean's *10* NCAAB SATURDAY SECOND ROUND GAME OF THE YEAR

Sean settled for a 'push' with his NCAAB First Round Game of the Year on Thursday but he fully expects to deliver the cash with his 10* Second Round Game of the Year on Saturday! Find out where the value lies and make plans to COLLECT at the end of the night!

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YESTERDAY'S PLAYS
Matchup Selection W/L
NBA  |  Mar 21, 2019
Pistons vs Suns
Suns
+7½ -105 at pinnacle
Lost
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My selection is on Phoenix plus the points over Detroit at 10:05 pm et on Thursday.

I'll grab the points with the Suns on Thursday night. Save for a win over the Raptors on Sunday, the Pistons have been struggling lately. They check in last in the league in pace rating over their last five games while also sitting a miserable 29th in offensive rating and 22nd in defensive rating over that stretch. The Suns continue to force the issue, ranking fifth in pace rating and I believe they can give some headaches in this one. While Phoenix is by no means known for its defensive prowess, it does sit a reasonable 15th in the league in defensive rating over its last five contests. We've actually cashed tickets in each of the Suns last two games, winning with them in New Orleans on Saturday before fading them against the Bulls at home on Monday. Look for a solid bounce-back effort against a Pistons squad that is having a tough time on the road. Take Phoenix (10*).

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Mar 21, 2019
Fairleigh Dickinson vs Gonzaga
Gonzaga
-27½ -104 at pinnacle
Won
$100
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My selection is on Gonzaga minus the points over Fairleigh Dickinson at 7:25 pm et on Thursday.

I'll lay the points with the one-seed Bulldogs on Thursday as they begin their NCAA Tournament march against Fairleigh Dickinson. There's no need to overthink this one. FDU is used to knocking down close to 50% of its shots but won't come close to approaching that shooting percentage here. Gonzaga has played lock-down defense all season, holding the opposition to just over 65 points per game on below 39% shooting. Sure, the Bulldogs suffered a hiccup in the WCC Tournament championship game, falling to rival St. Mary's but I don't think they lost too much sleep over it. Gonzaga may have got caught looking past the Gaels, but will undoubtedly be up for this one. FDU hasn't lost since February 14th, but that was a 25-point setback, at home no less. This is also a team that lost by 35 points against Rutgers to open the season. The class difference between these two squads is being property represented with this lofty line. Take Gonzaga (10*).

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Mar 21, 2019
St. Mary's vs Villanova
Villanova
-4 -110 at Bovada
Tie
Play Type: Top Premium

NCAA Tournament First Round Game of the Year. My selection is on Villanova minus the points over St. Mary's at 7:20 pm et on Thursday.

The St. Mary's Gaels are coming off a high-profile upset win over Gonzaga to secure the WCC Tournament title last week. They clearly caught the Bulldogs looking ahead to a one-seed in this tournament, and also napping a bit after taking the two regular season matchups with relative ease. I like the way the well-coached Villanova Wildcats come into this game after gutting out a couple of tight wins to wrap up another Big East Tournament championship last weekend. Despite being a marked team as the defending national champions, the Wildcats have still managed to post a solid 20-14 ATS record this season. The last time these two schools met was the 2010 NCAA Tournament and we actually cashed with the Gaels in an outright underdog victory in that Round of 32 affair. That was a team led by Matthew Dellavedova, Omar Samhan and Mickey McConnell. The line here is similar, but I believe the gap is wider favoring the Wildcats. Villanova may not be poised to repeat as national champions, but I do expect it to advance on to the Round of 32 with a convincing victory on Thursday night. Take Villanova (10*).

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Mar 21, 2019
Minnesota vs Louisville
Louisville
-5 -105 at pinnacle
Lost
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My selection is on Louisville minus the points over Minnesota at 12:15 pm et on Thursday.

I realize that this is going to be a popular pick on Thursday afternoon but that doesn't mean it's the wrong one. This Minnesota squad doesn't impress me at all. We're talking about a Gophers team that ultimately posted a losing record in conference play, albeit against a tough Big Ten slate. I really question how much the Gophers have left in the tank right now after looking completely out of sorts in a blowout loss to Michigan in the Big Ten Tournament last week. Much like Minnesota, Louisville limps into this one after getting outclassed by North Carolina in the ACC Tournament. I give the Cardinals the considerable edge at the free throw line and on the glass in this matchup and I think that's ultimately what this game comes down to. Everyone remembers that loss to UNC and a blowout loss at Syracuse in a nationally-televised game back in late February. Outside of those poor showings, the Cards have been solid and while we're only worried about round one, they could be poised to go on a run in this tournament. Take Louisville (10*).

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Matchup Selection W/L
NBA  |  Mar 22, 2019
Spurs vs Rockets
Rockets
-6 -104 at pinnacle
Tie
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NBA Southwest Division Game of the Month. My selection is on Houston minus the points over San Antonio at 8:05 pm et on Friday.

With the Spurs having won nine of their last 10 games overall this one will be pegged as a showdown between two of the West's best teams on Friday night. Keep in mind, San Antonio has played eight of its last 10 contests at home. The Spurs are just 13-22 on the road this season, where they rank a miserable 28th in the league in defensive rating. The Rockets are coming off a tough overtime loss in Memphis two nights ago, but had gone a perfect 3-0 SU and 2-1 ATS over their previous three games. This hasn't been a favorable matchup for the Spurs in Houston, with the Rockets winning their last three meetings on this floor by 15, 16 and 7 points. Take Houston (10*).

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Mar 22, 2019
Cal-Irvine vs Kansas State
Kansas State
-4½ -105 at Bovada
Lost
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NCAAB Blowout Game of the Month. My selection is on Kansas State minus the points over Cal-Irvine at 2 pm et on Friday.

I'll lay the points with the Wildcats on Friday afternoon. Cal-Irvine has become a trendy upset pick here in round one of the NCAA Tournament, largely due to an injury to Dean Wade of Kansas State. The fact is, that Wade injury has essentially been common knowledge since before this line was released. In other words, it has already been factored into the pointspread, which I believe is simply too short. It's easy to forget that Kansas State went on a serious run in this tournament last year, winning three games before bowing out to Cinderella team Loyola-Chicago. Most of the players from that Wildcats squad are back this year and I believe they come in with a chip on their shoulder after bowing out of the Big 12 Tournament at the hands of Iowa State last weekend. The Wildcats have lost only three games since the start of February with two of those coming against Iowa State and the other against Kansas. Cal-Irvine hasn't lost since January 16th but has it really been tested? The Anteaters are without a doubt a formidable opponent but I like Kansas State to ultimately pull away for the win and cover. Take Kansas State (10*).

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Mar 22, 2019
Iowa vs Cincinnati
Cincinnati
-4 -109 at GTBets
Lost
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My selection is on Cincinnati minus the points over Iowa at 12:15 pm et on Friday.

I believe Cincinnati is a vastly underrated commodity entering this tournament. Yes, the Bearcats have limped to a 14-20 ATS mark this season but they got themselves on a nice run in the AAC Tournament, culminating with an upset win over Houston in the final. Cincinnati checks in having delivered the cash in two of its last three contests. Iowa has just one win to its credit over its last six games and that came against an awful Illinois squad. The Illini's only other win over their last eight games came by way of overtime at home against another non-NCAA Tournament team in Indiana. As bad as the Bearcats have been ATS this season, the Hawkeyes have been even worse, going 13-20 ATS. Look for Mick Cronin's Bearcats to perform above expectations in their first game of the tournament. Take Cincinnati (10*).

SERVICE BIO

Sean made his professional debut as lead handicapper for Pat Miller Sports in 2003, continuing on with The Miller Group from 2006 through August of 2009. He took the independent route in September of 2009 and while he's been in the business for 15 years professionally, sports betting has been a part of his life for as long as he can remember. His passion for sports is unmatched. The phrase ‘find something you love to do and you’ll never ‘work’ a day in your life’ is Murph's mantra. Totals have driven Sean’s success over the years - no surprise as he's widely known as a ‘numbers guru’. He owns a business degree, with a major in finance – his knack for handling numbers is deep-rooted – and he is a member of the prestigious Beta Gamma Sigma honor society for business students and scholars. Sean's love for numbers, combined with his passion for sports makes a career in sports handicapping the perfect fit. As a professional, Sean delivered seven out of nine winning NFL seasons from 2003 to 2011. He built The Miller Group from the ground up, turning it into one of America’s most respected handicapping services, thanks to an honest approach and strong belief in delivering value to the customer. Sean’s selections are based on his extensive knowledge of the game, with a strong emphasis on totals. He prides himself on going against the majority and thinking outside the box. His clients can attest to that – Sean’s unique analysis is what keeps them coming back. His approach could be considered both situational and statistical. Murphy doesn’t have a strong belief in systems, as they are rarely an indicator of future results. When you purchase one of his selections, you can always count on insightful and extensive analysis to back it up. If you're not learning something new, what are you paying for? Sean rates all of his plays from 8* to 10* with free plays qualifying as 8* releases, and the majority of his guaranteed selections warranting 10* designation. As you would expect, the higher the rating, the stronger the play. Rest assured that Sean is investing his own money in each and every play that he recommends to clients.