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Swansea City Desperate for Three Points

Gylfi Sigurdsson Swansea City

Two teams that are headed in the wrong direction square off in Monday’s Barclays Premier League contest as Swansea hosts Watford at the Liberty Stadium. Current moneyline odds have the Swans as +135 with Watford +210 and the Draw +225. Spread markets have this as a Pick with Swansea -145 and Watford +120. As far as the total is concerned, OVER 2 goals is priced at -130 and UNDER +110.


Heavyweights Collide: Warriors at Cavs

Stephen Curry LeBron James

The Golden State Warriors aren’t exactly hitting their stride ahead of Monday’s marquee matchup against the Cleveland Cavaliers. The once seemingly unbeatable Warriors have dropped two of their last three and are particularly poor coming off short rest (the spot they’re in tonight). The Dubs are 0-8 ATS in their last eight when playing on one day of rest. Golden State opened as 3-point underdogs at most sportsbooks – just the second time this season they’ve been tabbed as dogs.

Shark Bites
  • The total has gone OVER in 14 of the Warriors' last 18 games on the road.
  • The Cavaliers are 3-0 ATS in their last three games when favored by 3.0 or less.
  • The Warriors are 4-0 SU and 3-1 ATS in their last four games against the Cavaliers.

There’s no love lost between these teams in the NBA Finals rematch. Warriors’ sharpshooter Stephen Curry, referencing his team’s championship conquest over the wine and gold in front of their home fans last spring, told reporters on Sunday “Hopefully, [the visiting locker room] still smells a little bit like champagne.”

The powerhouses met back on Christmas Day in California, where Golden State triumphed 89-83 but barely failed to cover the closing -7 spread.

The Warriors rank as the third best bet in the Association at 24-16-1 ATS, but you’ll have to look much lower down the list to find the Cavaliers (17-20-1 ATS). Keep in mind, however, that Cleveland has played without dominant point guard Kyrie Irving for most of its season.

Now that Irving is back in the fold and operating at full health (he’s averaging 17 PPG, 3.8 assists while shooting .420 from the field in 12 appearances) this is a much different team than the Dubs saw in June.

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Clippers are an Atrocious Bet vs Rockets

James Harden DeAndre Jordan

Bettors of the Houston Rockets love seeing the L.A. Clippers on the schedule, and for good reason. In the last five meetings between the clubs, the Rockets are a sizzling 5-0 SU and ATS. The pair of Western Conference foes will renew acquaintances once again Monday at STAPLES Center.

Shark Bites
  • The Clippers are 5-2 SU in their last seven games after a loss.
  • The total has gone OVER in seven of the Rockets' last nine games with no days off.
  • The Rockets are 7-2 SU and ATS in their last nine games against the Western Pacific division.

The Clips recently saw their 10-game winning streak halted at the hands of the Sacramento Kings on Saturday, but the absence of all-world center DeAndre Jordan didn’t help. L.A. went 7-3 ATS during the streak but are a mediocre 18-19-3 ATS on the year.

The Rockets (22-20 SU) have won six of their last seven games and appear to have put a rocky start to the season behind them once the calendar turned to 2016.

Both of these teams are known for their offense, which means no one would be surprised if tonight’s tilt turns into a shootout. The Clippers are fourth in the league in points per game (103.9), while the Rockets are right behind them at 103.6.

Coincidentally, the OVER is red-hot when Houston and L.A. collide, cashing in seven out of the last nine meetings between the sides.

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Duke Has Been Cashing As Big Favorites

The Duke Blue Devils will host the Syracuse Orange Monday and will be a heavy favorite. Duke has relished their opportunities as big faves, as the Blue Devils are 5-0 ATS in their last five games when favored by 11.0 or more points.

Duke has not dropped three-consecutive games in almost eight years, but is on the precipice of that Monday night.  The Blue Devils have lost their past two games by a combined nine points, but entered those affairs as favorites of 7.5 and 8.5-points respectively. The guard combo of Grayson Allen and Brandon Ingram continues to be one of the best offensively in the nation as they have averaged a combined 37 points per game on 49.4 percent shooting.

Syracuse enters the game as winner of their past two, albeit against Boston College and Wake Forest. The Orange have held teams to just 64.4 points per game this season and have only allowed two teams to score 80 or more in a game. Trevor Cooney continues to be inconsistent for Syracuse as he has scored 20 or more in two of his past five games, but has scored just five points twice in that span as well.

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Sooners Struggling To Cover in Big 12 Play

The Oklahoma Sooners will sit atop the Top 25 for the first time since 1990, but they have been a terrible bet in conference play recently. The Sooners are just 2-11 ATS in their past 13 games against Big 12 opponents and will square off against the Iowa State Cyclones Monday.

When these teams met on January 2, it was Ryan Spangler who was possibly the biggest difference maker for Oklahoma. The senior had arguably his best game of the season as he shot 61.5 percent for 20 points while notching 12 rebounds. Buddy Hield continues to be the focal point for the Sooners though, as the guard is leading all D1 players in points per game and has scored 20 points or more in nine of the past 10 games.

Iowa State has been just as lethal offensively as Oklahoma this season with the team ninth in the nation in points per game with four of their starting five averaging 12.5 points or more. However, the Cyclones are coming into Monday’s affair slumping, as they are just 2-3 SU in their past five with losses to Oklahoma, Baylor and Texas. 

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Penguins Struggling in Back-to-Backs

Sidney Crosby Vladimir Tarasenko

The Pittsburgh Penguins could be embarking on a huge fight to snag ownership of the No. 8 seed in the Eastern Conference, but if they're going to notch one in the win column in St. Louis Monday evening, they’ll have to buck one specific trend that has plagued them up to this point of the season: the dreaded second game of back-to-backs.

Shark Bites
  • The Penguins are 2-7 SU in their last nine games after a win.
  • The Blues are 19-6 in their last 25 home games in January.
  • The Blues are 1-3 in their last four games after a win.

The Penguins visit the St. Louis Blues Monday evening and were dominant in a 5-0 win over the Carolina Hurricanes Sunday. However, the Pens have won just once in their last eight games in the second of back-to-back spots and are just 2-7 straight up season-to-date in that situation.

They played a home-and-home versus the Chicago Blackhawks earlier in the month, losing 3-2 at home on January 5 before losing 3-1 at Chicago on January 6.

Despite a very pedestrian 4-3-3 record in their last 10 and a goal differential of zero, the Blues site in fourth in the Western Conference with 59 points – seven back of the red-hot Blackhawks at the top of the standings.

The Blues are being offered around -125 in moneyline markets at Bovada, while the Pens are +105. The total is presently at 5.

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Futures Value in NHL’s Atlantic Division

Brendan Gallagher Montreal Canadiens NHL

As the Washington Capitals run away with the Metropolitan Division crown and the Los Angeles Kings distance themselves from the rest of the pack in the Pacific Division, good betting value can be hard to find when it comes to betting NHL division futures at this stage of the season.

Thankfully for us hockey bettors, the Atlantic Division exists.


RGIII Odds: Where Will he Be Next Year?

Washington Redskins Robert Griffin III

Three years ago, Robert Griffin III was a standout rookie quarterback who appeared to have an extremely bright future in the NFL as the face of the Washington Redskins. These days he gets more airtime in Subway commercials than he does on the football field. Washington’s loss to the Green Bay Packers in the Wild Card Round officially signalled the end of Griffin’s tumultuous tenure in D.C., which leaves the Baylor product looking for a new home.


Divisional Round Super Computer Picks

After a historic Wild Card Weekend that saw the four road teams win for the first time in NFL history, the attention will turn to the well-rested home teams in the Divisional Round. With all the home teams entering the weekend as favorites, will home field advantage carry much weight, or will the road teams get the edge again?

After crunching all the numbers, considering all the trends, and pinpointing every last detail, here’s the OddsShark Super Computer’s predictions for the Divisional Round.



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