NBA 2006-07: +94.62 units | 1-2-3* MM: +32.21
NBA 2007-08: +144.07 units
NBA 2008-09: +22.77 units
NBA 2009-10: +98.36 units
NBA 2010/11 SEASON RECORD: (+52.05
2010/11 SEASON RECORD 1-2-3 MM: (+18.99
NBA at Sports-Watch of LV
NBA at National Sports Monitor
NBA Yesterday's recap:
3 units on MEMPHIS (-3) LOSS
3 units on OVER MEM/CHA 192 LOSS
3 units on UNDER DET/CHI 188.5 WIN
4 units on CHICAGO (-10) WIN
Last night we went 2-2 in our plays for a marginal profit due to
our Double Dime Play winner with the Chicago Bulls. The Grizzlies
decided to not show up last night and the Bulls decided to not play
defense in the first half, once they finally decided to put the #1
ranked defense in the league on the court, the Pistons did not have
a chance! I was expecting that from the start but I'll take
We are now +52.05 units for the season (using a 1-2-3 units MM:
+18.99un) and we've already established a comfortable profit for
this month of January w/+9.80un (using a 1-2-3 units MM:
For today, we have a card of 7 games with some interesting games.
I'm working on the card right now...
- First Update: One play added - Single Dime Play!
Injury report: Andre Iguodala is probable; Andres Nocioni is
questionable; Andrew Bogut is probable; Marvin Williams is
questionable; Tyreke Evans is questionable; Michael Beasley is
questionable; Grant Hill is questionable; Al Harrington, Ty Lawson,
Chris Andersen and Kenyon Martin are questionable; Anthony Parker
NBA - 507 San Antonio Spurs @ 508 Minnesota Timberwolves
***SINGLE DIME PLAY***
Projected line: San Antonio by 10 points
This is a home-home series between these two teams and in the last game I
had a play with the Under, but I had also a lean on the Timberwolves.
The reason was pretty simple: it was a terrible spot for the Spurs!
Spurs were coming from a 3-game road trip and had only one day to rest
and prepare the matchup against the Wolves, who are a terrific offensive
rebounding team behind Kevin Love and once again they outrebounded the
Spurs 19-13 in the offensive glass. The Spurs committed an unusual
number of 17 turnovers and these two factors were the only reason why
the Wolves were competitive in that game despite shooting 39.6% from the
This is the last game of this series and although the Spurs have won
the 3 contests, it were the Wolves that covered all the point spreads.
Curiously, the Spurs had exactly the same spot in the previous contest
against Minnesota at home, in which they won 107-100 (3-game road trip
-> home game with just one day to rest).
Tony Parker who was being the Spurs best player along with Manu
Ginobili struggled in that game and he was even benched in the final
quarter due to a bad defensive play from him. Manu Ginobili said he
could tell from the outset that Parker still wasn’t right.
“Tony was still sick,” he said. “Tony is very important for us to get
into the paint, kick and get us some easy shots. He wasn’t ready today.”
for tonight, the Spurs have the same spot than the Wolves so the Wolves
won’t have a clear physical edge like they did in the previous h2h’s.
Having saying that, the Spurs are a well oiled offensive machine who
won’t have any problems to score against the bad overall Wolves
defense. For the Wolves, Michael Beasley is questionable for tonight and
in my opinion, they won’t be able to keep up with the Spurs under the
Take the Spurs in here as my Single Dime Play.
Pick: 3 units (Single Dime Play) on 507 San Antonio Spurs (-6) @ -110 / 1.91 on Bookmaker