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Brooklyn at DALLAS (233')

By Mitchell Newman, Featured Handicapper

How about 6 straight winning days now!?!?!

My NBA run of 16-3 with my 75 Dimers speaks for itself and I am ready for this Thursday afternoon card with a 75 Dime baseball winner for you. I do not think this one is going to be close at all.

If you are reading this, the game has not started.

Winning Day # 62 of 90 (and 55 of 79)

$10 bettors up $22,670 past 89 days


Winner # 51 of 70
(- and 27 of 35 -)

Three-Run Rout

Goes on the afternoon card

Now 16-3 Roll with NBA 75 Dimers
- including Washington (+3') at Milwaukee on Wednesday,
Utah (-7') by 11 over San Antonio Monday,
New York (-10) by 25 over Houston Sunday,
Denver (+6) outright over Clippers Saturday
and Phoenix (-4) over Utah by 21 last Friday -

Bigger than Tuesday's 50 Dime Winner 
- Rangers (+140) 6-3 at Minnesota -

WINNING DAY # 33 of 46

50-19 Overall roll with 75 Dimers
- including 15 of 19 to close college hoops -
plus Tampa Bay in the Super Bowl

I plan on taking this sucker straight to the bank, come along with me.

The Thursday NBA game that I think we are going to see some definite points being scored when the Brooklyn Nets visit the Dallas Mavericks fresh off losing back-to-back games in Milwaukee against the Bucks.

Both of those meetings in Cream City held Under as have 6 of their last 8 heading into this Metroplex meeting with a Dallas team that has been trending the other way on the totals ledger.

Dallas has played Over the total in 4 of their last 5 and in 6 of their last 9 overall.

The rosters have a little bit of a different look since these teams met back in February as Irving and Durant did not suit up in that game that landed Under the total. Still, 5 of the past 7 in this series have landed Over the total and with the firepower on both sides expected to be on the court for Thursday, have to expect the points to add up to an Over in this second go-round for these 2 teams.

Nets-Mavericks Over the total.


Oklahoma City at GOLDEN STATE (-14')

By Jay McNeil, Featured Handicapper

First off a big Thank You to GM Al DeMarco who has granted me an opportunity that I do not take lightly.

I am now on-board and under contract as a full-time handicapper here at the site.

Been waiting a while for this chance and I plan on making the most of it as I want to be around here for a long, long time.

That means I need to produce and while I am a realist and know I am not going to win every day, I will damn sure do my best to try and produce enough winners to make you want to be a long-term package player with me.

There will be downs no doubt, but I feel 100% confident those downs will be minimal and the ups are gonna far outweigh the downs.

Winner # 5 of 6

NBA Playoff Implication Lock

Hawks-Pacers - 8:10 ET

Matches Wednesday's
50 Dime Winner # 4 of 5
Portland by 36 over Cleveland

Matches Monday's
50 Dime Winner # 3 of 4
Atlanta over Portland

Backed by my full, in-depth analysis

Since joining as a full-time handicapper I have handed you winners in 4 of my first 6 days. Time to make that 5 of 7 days with a winner in your wallets.

I don't think there is a number big enough to get me interested in backing the Oklahoma City Thunder tonight as they play at the Golden State Warriors.

The Warriors are back home off a split in New Orleans on Monday and Tuesday night and with losses in 3 of their last 5 they find themselves right smack in the middle of the playoff play-in #7 through #10 scenario.

That being the case when the Thunder come up on your schedule, it is important to make sure you notch the "gimme" win.

OKC has lost 18 of their last 19 games straight up and enter riding 4 losses in a row. True, the Thunder has cashed the ticket as the underdog in their last pair of losses, but included in the 1-18 slide is a rather lopsided 147-109 home loss to the Warriors in which Steph Curry torched the Thunder on a 14-for-20 shooting night that saw him bury 11 of the 16 three-pointers he took that evening.

The Dubs are 10-4 against the spread when favored by 5-points or more this season, including that cover at Oklahoma City, while the Thunder stand at 21-28 against the spread when getting +5 points or more this year, including that home spread setback to the Warriors.

Bombs away tonight in San Francisco as Curry and the Warriors bury the Thunder.