November 1st Selections


Philadelphia(+190) – coin flip game, this will be ugly, will go with Phil at home

Cleveland(-500) – not wild about the line, but this should be the Cavs

Los Angeles Lakers(+450) – not comfortable with this line as Indy playing poor D and are a little beat up, Lakers are better than the results show

Miami(-185) – this should be the Heat v a tired opponent, but they are scuffling a little

Detroit(-185) – although it might be close to a coin flip on paper, home team has ruled this series of late

New Orleans(-165) – Pelicans lack of balance might not matter v Bucks at home

Minnesota(-165) – Minny should get this done, but they need to put a full game together

Utah(+500) – Spurs should stay clean, but hate trusting them on this big a line, this game is not a gimmie

Golden State(-200) – this will be closer than you think, but Warriors should get this done

Last Night: 3-1 and up 2 units
Season: 26-19 and up 7.55 units

Enjoy the games everybody!

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About Ian C Gower

I am 45 years old an a resident of Guelph, Ontario Canada. I am a certified sports junkie but i am liable to comment on anything at any time.
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4 Responses to November 1st Selections

  1. bluetiger85 says:

    Sorry but I don’t understand what you write in brackets. Please can you explain me it?

  2. Ian C Gower says:

    Ok, speaking only for myself, I dislike betting on the spread in all sports save for football… in Basketball in particular there is enough nonsense during the endgame (lots of free throws) etc that I get very fusterated seeing a game that should have gone one way end up going the opposite. It is much simpler trying to predict who is going to win the game. In the case of college football in particular, most of the games are not even offered on a ML basis because they are so lopisided one way or the other, so the spread is the equalizer.

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