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Overvalued Red Sox Looking to Progress

The Boston Red Sox have not been very good over the past couple seasons. The Sox have finished last in the American League East and had fewer than 80 wins in each of the past two seasons. Last year saw the team do a good job at hitting, but a terrible rotation held them down.


Will Turmoil Cloud Chi Sox Season?

On the heels of Adam Laroche’s surprise retirement, the White Sox are starting the season with a morale level of zero, but remain a top sleeper candidate for the 2016 season. Led by Chris Sale and Jose Abreu, the Chi Sox underachieved in 2015, finishing fourth in the American League Central. Given their long odds for 2016, no other team with this amount of talent offers better value heading into the season.


Flyers, Avs Battle to Keep Playoff Spots

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With around 10 games to go in the regular season (give or take), there is a dog fight brewing for a few of the playoff positions in the Eastern Conference. The Philadelphia Flyers are one of those teams and will look to keep a hold of the final playoff spot when they visit the Colorado Avalanche, who also have playoff aspirations, Thursday evening.

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  • The Avalanche are 5-1 SU in their last six games.
  • The total has gone UNDER in four of the last six meetings.
  • Colorado won the previous meeting 4-0 back on November 10.

Online shop Bovada is currently offering the Avalanche at -110 on home ice in moneyline markets while the Flyers are presently -120. The total is set at 5 with OVER -135 and UNER -105.

The Flyers will play the third of a four-game road trip in the Mile High City Thursday evening and are coming off a 3-2 shootout loss at the Columbus Blue Jackets their last time out on Tuesday. They have been one of the hottest teams in the NHL over the past month and have shot up the Eastern Conference Standings thanks to nine wins in their last 13 games.

The Avs are in a battle themselves as they are just one point back of the Minnesota Wild for the eighth and final playoff spot in the West, but do have the one game in hand. They are playing excellent hockey of late and take a three-game win streak into Thursday’s contest. They return home after a four game road trip where they went 3-1 SU after dropping the first game at the Winnipeg Jets.

The Flyers have had trouble in recent visits to Denver as they’ve gone 0-5 SU in their last five trips.

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Blazers Attempt To Fix Road Woes Vs LAC

If the Portland Trail Blazers want to keep themselves in the playoff picture, they will need to start picking up their game on the road. The Blazers are 1-7 SU and 3-5 ATS in their past eight road games with the only SU victory coming against the lowly New Orleans Pelicans. Damian Lillard and company may not find a better spot to try and fix their road woes than they will when they will face a struggling Los Angeles Clippers Thursday.

The Blazers defense has been downright terrible recently as the team has given up 116.7 point per game through their past 10 outings. Defense has been the issue for Portland all season as their sixth-ranked offense has been weighed down by their 20th ranked defense.

The Clippers have been struggling mightily recently with the team picking up just two wins in their past eight games while going 1-7 ATS. LA has allowed all but one of their past eight opponents to score at least 108 points, with the lone exception being the punchless New York Knicks. Chris Paul had an amazing outing the first time these teams met this season, with the point guard notching 21 points and 19 assists, but was held to a combined 21 points and 14 assists in the last two against the Blazers.

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New Kind Of Parity For The Sweet 16

So much for parity. 

After two rounds of the NCAA tournament it’s mostly favorites who have punched their way through to the Sweet 16 with the exception of the 11 vs. 10 game Friday night when Gonzaga takes on Syracuse. Only two teams remain who play outside the 'Power 5 conferences' and only five teams remain who started the season at worse than 30-1 to win the NCAA championship.  


Can the Cardiac 'Canes Do it Again?

With a wild first weekend of the NCAA Tournament in the books, sports bettors should expect the madness to continue in Thursday’s Miami-Villanova clash. Sportsbooks opened No. 2 Villanova as 4.5-point favorites, with the total set at 142.5. The No. 3 Hurricanes have traditionally fared well in this series, covering the spread in seven of their last 10 meetings with ‘Nova.

Shark Bites
  • Everyone one of Villanova’s sweet sixteen games in our records have gone UNDER (0-4 OU).
  • The total has gone OVER in six of Villanova's last eight games in March.
  • Villanova is 16-3 SU in its last 19 games against teams with winning records.

The Wildcats cruised to easy wins in the first two rounds, but this game won’t be a cakewalk for Jay Wright’s crew. Guards Angel Rodriguez and Sheldon McClellan were on a different level during Miami's victory over Wichita State, and they’ll need to come up big once again versus a very good Hurricanes backcourt that features Josh Hart and Ryan Arcidiacono.

The ‘Canes have been far from a safe bet lately, however. Miami is an ugly 1-4 ATS in their past five games. If they can pull out a win this team will be in unchartered territory, as the Hurricanes have never won a game in the Sweet Sixteen.

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Oklahoma Has Been A God-Awful Bet

The Oklahoma Sooners are one of the most exciting teams to watch in college basketball, but that has basically made them the optimal fade material. Oklahoma has failed to cover in seven consecutive games and are just 2-11 ATS in their past 13 games. The Sooners will have their hands full in their Sweet 16 matchup against the Texas A&M Aggies Thursday.

OU can thank Buddy Hield for making it this far in the tournament as the senior has scored a combined 63 points during the NCAA Tournament, which accounts for nearly 40 percent of the team’s offense. The Sooners let VCU climb out of a 13-point half-time deficit in the Round of 32 before Hield scored 21 of the last 29 points for the team to help win.

Texas A&M is coming off one of the most improbable comebacks in college basketball history, as the Aggies were down 12 points with less than 40 seconds left before forcing overtime and eventually winning in double-OT. If there is one player that can keep up with Buddy Buckets, it is Daniel House. The senior has averaged 24.7 points in the Aggies’ past three games.

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Can Red-Hot Jayhawks Be Stopped?

Kansas enters their Sweet 16 matchup against Maryland riding a 16 game winning streak Thursday. The Jayhawks have also gone a stellar 13-3 ATS during their winning streak, as the team has posted an average scoring margin of +14.3 points per game. Kansas will be facing a stout defense in Maryland, which has allowed just 66.3 points per game this season.

Kansas has relatively cruised through the first two rounds of March Madness, with the Jayhawks winning by 26 and 12 points respectively. The senior guidance of Perry Ellis has been a big factor for Kansas, as the forward has scored 21 points in both games in the NCAA Tournament while shooting a combined 17-for-24 from the field.

After a tight first round affair against South Dakota State, Maryland put up a better, but not perfect, performance against Hawaii in the Round of 32. Though the Terps scored 73 points they couldn’t buy a three if they won the lottery, as the team went an appalling 1-for-18 from beyond the arc against the Rainbow Warriors.

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Oregon Bringing A-Game Against the Best

Oregon’s crazy good run over the second half of the season has been not just been amazing on the court, but also at the betting window. The Ducks have been especially strong against opponents above .500, with Oregon going 11-4 ATS in their past 15 against winning teams. Oregon will be looking to make the Elite Eight for the first time in school history when they take on the Duke Blue Devils in the Sweet 16 Thursday.

Oregon is coming off a sloppy performance in which they needed a late run to beat upset-minded St. Joseph’s in the Round of 32. The Ducks shot just 39.6 percent from the floor and went 6-for-24 from downtown in that outing. Dillon Brooks is coming off one of his best performances of the season though, as the sophomore scored 25 points and was the only Oregon player that looked respectable shooting.

After 20 minutes it looked like Duke was going to cruise into the Sweet 16, but careless play in the second almost resulted in an epic collapse. Ultimately, Grayson Allen and Brandon Ingram were too much for Yale, as the Duke duo scored a combined 54 points while shooting 50 percent from the floor.

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