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Matchup Selection W/L
NBA  |  Mar 17, 2018
Pacers vs Wizards
-4½ -105 at 5Dimes
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8* Washington (7:05 ET): This is the third meeting in 2018 between these two teams and so far the road team has gone 2-0, straight up and against the spread. Back on February 5th, the Wizards went into Indiana and won as four-point favorites, 111-102. Then, just two weeks ago, they were only four-point chalk here at home and lost outright 98-95. Note that they were without John Wall for both games as they will be here for tonight's rubber match. But Indiana has its own injury issues w/ Domantas Sabonis and possibly Myles Turner out due to ankle injuries. There was a fear that Turner's injury was more serious, but it's "just" a low ankle sprain. But he's listed as questionable for tonight. Either way, I like the Wiz in this spot. 

This is a really big game for both teams. Coming into Saturday, Indiana is third in the Eastern Conference, but Cleveland, Washington and Philadelphia are all within 1.5 games of them. That quartet will likely end up matching up in two first round playoff series, so the jockeying for playoff position (and homecourt advantage) is huge. While Washington did need double overtime (and was down 20!) to a severely undermanned Celtics squad Wednesday night, I suspect they'll come out a lot more inspired tonight. As a home favorite, they've been shaky at the betting window this year, but I like the spread here. Losing twice to Indiana at home, in two weeks' time, is something I just don't see happening.

Indiana has had some issues offensively of late. They've failed to score even 100 pts in five of the past seven games, which just won't get it done in today's NBA. Washington averages 109 PPG at home. Not having Turner would leave them really thin in the frontcourt. The Pacers failed to take advantage of 20 Toronto turnovers Thursday night in a home loss where they fell apart down the stretch. It was the fourth time in the last six games they shot 43% or worse from the field. Washington didn't shoot well in the meeting two weeks ago and found itself down 10 at half. But I expect a stronger start and better result tonight. 8* Washington

Matchup Selection W/L
NBA  |  Mar 17, 2018
Mavs vs Nets
-2½ -105 at pinnacle
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10* Brooklyn (7:35 ET): Both teams played last night, but this is a much worse spot for Dallas as not only did they blow a lead and lose in overtime, but they've got to travel back from Canada and play on the road yet again. Brooklyn lost close in Philadelphia, 120-116, covering the spread as 8.5-pt pups. But while the Mavericks left Toronto w/ the cash, they have to be incredibly disappointed they didn't win outright as they led the heavily favored Raptors (who have only lost five home games all year) before wilting late and losing in OT. Dallas has just eight road wins all year, thus it's difficult to trust them as such a short dog, even against a fellow "also-ran." Lay the points. 

Neither side has performed very well w/o rest this season. Dallas is 3-9 SU in that situation while Brooklyn is 3-10. However, the Nets are at least 9-4 ATS. Now that obviously reflects that they're typically GETTING points in this spot, not laying them as they are here. But they also rarely have drawn an opponent even more weary when in the situation. Brooklyn, like Dallas, played well last night. They led by as many as 13 pts in the first half and the game was tied w/ under three minutes remaining. The Nets are obviously more competitive at home and while it's rare that they are favored, it should speak volumes when they are. They did win in Dallas back in November, 109-104 as 5.5-pt dogs. 

Dallas got "behind the 8-ball" rather quickly this season and never recovered. They're one of four teams in the Western Conference already eliminated from playoff contention. Of those four (also includes Sacramento, Memphis and Phoenix), they are pretty clearly the "best," but that's a case of "damning w/ faint praise" as I feel the other three are probably the worst three teams in the league right now. They aren't good on the road, at all, as their 8-25 SU record clearly indicates. Also, they are just 9-16 SU and ATS when facing teams that have losing records. While both teams are in the second game of a back to back, clearly the situation favors Brooklyn being at home. Dallas' loss last night was probably the more "painful" of the two as well, considering they led by 10 w/ just eight minutes to go in regulation. 10* Brooklyn

Matchup Selection W/L
NHL  |  Mar 17, 2018
Devils vs Kings
-145 at 5Dimes
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8* Los Angeles (4:05 ET): It seems as if almost half the league is separated by 10 points right now w/ only a handful of teams out of playoff contention (with 12 or fewer games to go!) and even fewer having broken away from the pack. Count both the Devils and Kings among those fighting for their playoff lives right now. Los Angeles enters this Saturday afternoon tilt as one of four teams in the Western Conference tied w/ 84 points. The way things stand currently, there's only room for three of those teams to make the playoffs, but one HAS to come from the Pacific (top three in each division automatically make playoffs). So tied w/ Anaheim, the Kings REALLY need the two points today. Of course, the same could be said for New Jersey, whose 80 pts has them in eighth place in the Eastern Conference (would be 2nd Wild Card), but a win here could move them past Columbus and Philadelphia in their own division. 

The Kings have had an "up and down" March, alternating wins and losses throughout. They are off a win, 4-1 over Detroit on Thursday. To me, this is a playoff team. They have allowed the second fewest number of goals in the league and are outstanding on the penalty kill as well (3rd best). As they desperately try and find some consistency, they are fortunate in that they can lean on netminder Jonathan Quick, who comes in hot. He has a 2.14 GAA and .932 save percentage the L15 games and that's including a rare "off-night" (got pulled early) last Saturday vs. St. Louis. Quick had another off-night against these Devils back in December, allowing a season-high five goals (on just 26 shots). But the Kings are 21-9-1 SU vs. the Eastern Conference this year and I expect Quick to play much better this go around. 

While the Kings rank near the top of the league in fewest goals allowed, the Devils have been downright pedestrian in all areas this year. Now, no one expected them to be contending for a playoff spot, but everything about them has been decidedly mediocre. They are off arguably their most "impressive" win of the season, having won at Vegas by a score of 8-3. Trust me when I say they won't come anywhere close to matching that result here. Winning at both Nashville and Vegas the L2 games is pretty remarkable, but the Devils were outshot in both games, including 42-28 by Vegas. Off their best offensive game of the year, the Devils will regress here as they are facing one of the top defensive teams (and goaltenders) in the game. 8* Los Angeles

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Mar 17, 2018
Alabama vs Villanova
+11 -105 at 5Dimes
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8* Alabama (12:10 ET): To most, I think Bama's 86-83 "upset" of Va Tech in Round 1 won't register as anything special. But I came away wholly impressed w/ the Crimson Tide, who were able to win a game despite allowing the Hokies to score 83 pts on 55.6% shooting. Defense is typically this team's calling card, but on Thursday night it was the offense leading the charge. The Tide shot a ridiculous 60% from the field en route to their highest scoring effort since November. However, I'm still going to lean on the fact that this team is in the top 20 nationally in defensive efficiency. They rank higher than Villanova in that area, key because I think this could end up being the ONLY time in this entire tournament that the team w/ the better defensive efficiency is getting double digits. Take the points.

Villanova obviously looked impressive Thursday night. They jumped out to a 31-8 (!) lead and it was basically over at that point. With 11:45 left in the game, and up 69-37, the top-seeded Wildcats were shooting a ridiculous 75% overall and 60% from three-point range! As impressive as all that is, remember they were facing a 16-seed (Radford) that not only had zero chance of winning, but was also playing for a second time in three nights. There's a huge jump from 16 seeds to every other team in the Tournament. So you almost have to disregard the result in a sense. (Note: That preceding sentence was obviously written before UMBC's historic upset over Virginia!). Now Villanova is obviously still very good, but I come back to the fact they rank slightly lower than 'Bama in defensive efficiency. All that win over Radford did is ensure we'd have a really nice number to grab w/ their second rd opponent.

I really came away impressed w/ the athletes on Alabama. None moreso than freshman Collin Sexton, who scored 21 of his game-high 24 pts in the second half, making six of 10 field goal attempts and 10 of 14 free throws. Might he be the best player on the floor Saturday afternoon? That's certainly something to consider. There's also Sexton's fellow freshman in the backcourt, James Petty. As a team, Alabama made 67 percent of its two-point attempts for the game. This team can both score and defend and is a huge step up from Villanova's 1st round opponent. They are certainly more than capable of keeping this game within single digits, if not pull the outright upset. 8* Alabama

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Mar 17, 2018
Buffalo vs Kentucky
-5½ -114 at BMaker
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10* Kentucky (5:15 ET): Well, it sure does seem if the Wildcats' half of the bracket "opened up," hasn't it? Gone is top seed Virginia thanks to a historic upset suffered last night at the hands of UMBC (first time a 16 seed ever beat a 1 seed). But prior to the Hoos bowing out in the most infamous of fashion, Coach Cal and company had to be feeling pretty good about itself. That's because the 4-seed, Arizona, also lost. So now UK is looking at a scenario where they'll only have to beat a 13-seed, then the winner of Kansas State-UMBC (9 vs. 16 seed), to get to the Elite 8. Saturday evening sees them taking on the team that took out Arizona, that being Buffalo, champions out of the MAC. I had Kentucky beating Arizona in this spot anyway and we're getting a great line here due to all the hype surrounding "Cinderella." Lay the points. 

What UMBC did to Virginia last night was an all-time shocker, but let's not forget that Buffalo beat Arizona by 21 points and looked every bit the better team Thursday night. The Bulls basically led the entire way (never trailed by more than three) and totally overwhelmed their favored counterparts w/ quickness from the guard position. Buffalo shot almost 55% for the game, taking advantage of an Arizona team that quite frankly wasn't great on the defensive end to begin with. The three-point line was also a deciding factor as Buffalo made 15 of 30 from behind the arc while Arizona went an ugly 2 of 18. But now the question comes - can Buffalo do it again? Kentucky is a lot better defensively compared to Arizona, so obviously my thinking here is a great big "no." 

Kentucky appears to be "peaking" right now as they come into the Rd of 32 having won eight of nine - both straight up and against the spread. A 5-seed, they were actually a popular pick to be upset in the first round by Davidson (Note: no 12 seeds won this year). But they overwhelmed the Wildcats, winning 78-73 in a game that wasn't necessarily as close as the final score indicates. Kentucky never trailed after the opening minutes and was up double digits going into the final minute (not to mention, at halftime as well). Davidson made a meaningless three in the closing seconds to make it a five-point game. Interesting is that Kentucky was able to win the game despite not making a single three-pointer. So while Buffalo is likely "due" to cool off here, UK is likely to be more proficient from deep. They dominated Davidson in the paint, outscoring them 36-20, and I see the same thing happening here. 10* Kentucky


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