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04/22/2010 2:36 PM
*SINGLE DIME PLAYS*
The game 2 of this series was a clear indicator of how this series
will end: hardly the Bulls will be able to steal one game from the
Cavaliers because the Bulls made one of their best offensive games of
the season and still they lost the game by 10 points!
The Bulls as we know aren’t a great offensive team however they were
able to score 56 points in the paint in game 2 against the second best
paint defense in the league (they scored also 18 fast break points)!
Plus they committed a season low 4 turnovers in the entire game and
after being dominated in game 1 in the rebound battle the Bulls
outrebounded the Cavs 13-5 in offensive boards with Joakim Noah alone
having more offensive boards than the entire Cavaliers’ team (7 vs. 5!).
Derrick Rose enjoyed a great game once again by shooting 10-24 from
the field; Loul Deng had to defend Lebron James but he still found the
energy to score 20 points while shooting 7-15 FG and even Noah shot
10-18 from the field! Will the Bulls have similar numbers today?
Meanwhile the Cavaliers were superb on the offensive end with Lebron
James taking care of the game in the final quarter. He scored 40 points
while shooting 16-23 from the field. Some of the jumpers he took
hardly will cash today because James isn’t exactly known for being a
perimeter oriented guy. I expect the Bulls to double team more than
ever today but this will mean that the Cavs supporting cast will have
also more space to shot and I simply don’t expect Mo Williams to repeat
this 2-8 from the field performance in game 2. The Cavaliers shot
10-20 behind the arc in game 2 and it won’t be hard to repeat this kind
of performance because if you saw the game 2, the players shot wide
open 3pts! Just look for Jamario Moon’s 3pts made – he was wide open in
each single trey!
Obviously I don’t expect the Cavaliers to shot 56.3% from the field
and so we have a good window to take the Under in this contest. The
Bulls will have to put more defensive pressure on the court tonight as
they won’t attack better like I’ve said before while the Cavaliers will
be happy to operate in an half court game and take advantage of their
size advantage. I’m taking the Cavaliers and the Under in this contest
as my Single Dime Plays.
Pick: 3 units (Single Dime Play) on 733 Cleveland Cavaliers
(-4.5)Pick: 3 units (Single Dime Play) on Under 193.5
Good Luck for tonight!
My name is André Gomes, I’m from Portugal and I am a Professional Handicapper. My sole purpose is to constantly beat the sportsbooks by taking advantage of the evaluation errors they make.
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