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I successfully played against the Knicks in their last game, a
123-109 loss. That was a difficult spot for the Knicks though, as
they'd 'left it all on the floor" in winning at Milwaukee the
previous night and were playing at Indiana against a Pacer team
which is currently playing well. Tonight's game sets up differently
as the Knicks are at home and facing a New Orleans squad which is
off three consecutive losses.
Given the home/road records of these teams, this looks like a
pretty low line. The Knicks are 11-7 at home. The Pelicans are just
4-13 on the road. The Knicks are 3-1 ATS as home favorites in the
-3.5 to -6 range, the Pelicans are 1-4 ATS as road underdogs in the
3.5 to 6 range.
With the Knicks, who will be looking to avenge a loss at New
Orleans, at 7-3 ATS their last 10 off a double-digit loss and 15-5
ATS their last 20, after allowing 105 or more points, consider
laying the small number.
Ben Burns is off a WICKED 12-3 WEEKEND incl a PERFECT 2-0 mark in
the NBA. Burns ABSOLUTELY DOMINATED w/ his basketball AGAIN in
2016, pro & college. All signs point to "more of the same" in
2017. In fact, with yesterday's 20+ POINT LAUGHER, NBA is now an
AWESOME 8-2 in 2017 & Ben is 15-7 w/ his hoops overall. Going
back finds him @ 283-207 A.T.S!
CLEMSON OR ALABAMA? OVER OR UNDER?
Whether its the Super Bowl OR the CFP/BCS title game, when its the
BIGGEST GAME OF THE YEAR, sharps all over the globe put their trust
in Ben Burns. Ben SWEPT the side/total of both the SB last year AND
the CFP Title Game, winning with Clemson AND the 'over.' He's now a
PERFECT 6-0 his L6 CFP/BCS final bets. In each of the two previous
seasons, he won with the 'under' in the final game. In each of the
two finals before that (2012 and 2013) Ben won with Alabama. Off a
12-3 weekend, he's firing with BOTH the side AND total tonight. You
Pick Made: Jan 9 2017 6:26AM PST