I read Dave malinsky's point blank this morning. Then later on I read ur write up for ur pick with odu. In that write up, almost verbatim u said " Stanford won the nit in 2012 but NOBODY from that team is on this one. That sounded wrong. So I went back to point blank to read that Stanford had 4 players that were on that nit championship team. 3 starters! One of them the all time Stanford pts leader. Odu was getting 3 pts, and started out down 25-4. Supposedly nobody on Stan hd been in msg in this atmosphere. But that was hardly the case. 3 starters had in fact been in that identical situation. Could that have led to the 25-4 start the start that almost immediately buried the 3 pt dog? People make mistakes. I don't want to beat up somebody for making one. But for somebody that prides himself on "knowing college basketball as much as anybody" how do u miss that? And one more thing. I know I'm just some "joe public bettor" but betting every dog doesn't make u a sharp and me a square. My definition of a sharp? A person that uses all the knowledge he has to make the right bet. Not be defined by a certain type of bet. I know my 2 cents means nothing. But there it is anyways.
[quote user="Inwood"]Great job with the webinar, thank you!
[/quote]You're welcome, but not much a sharp guy like you doesn't know. Kind of a "read the write up" thing. Stay warm up there.
[quote user="Bama man"]Dave it seems that Lchicago plays a deliberate SLOW pace in the few games I've seen. Any value in the under IYO?
[/quote]Maybe. Remember the new shot clock, though. I don't understand the line being so high, either. Perhaps for a reason, but I am taking the points or not playing the side.
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