Wednesday, April 3, 2019

NBA Betting Preview: Golden State Big Favorite in WC Battle vs. LA




Take Golden State Warriors and Los Angeles Lakers UNDER 227 (10:30 PM ET Thursday, April 4)

The Golden State Warriors look to move closer to clinching another Western Conference title when they visit the Los Angeles Lakers. Tip-off is set for 10:30 PM ET at Staples Center where the Warriors are -13 point favorites. The total is 227.

Golden State (53-24, 25-13 ATS, 25-13 road) is coming off a pair of impressive routs over Charlotte and Denver. The Warriors pounded the Nuggets 116-102 victory on Tuesday to open a 1.5 game over the Nuggets with four games left to play. Motivation shouldn’t be an issue for GS.

Los Angeles (35-43, 32-44 ATS, 21-17 home) is playing out the string on a season that will once again conclude without a playoff appearance. LeBron James, Lonzo Ball and Brandon Ingram are out for the year with injuries while Kyle Kuzma is listed as questionable with a foot injury.

The Lakers are 5-2 ATS in the last seven series meetings while the road team is 4-1 ATS last five meetings.

The Warriors are 0-4 ATS last four against the Pacific Division and 4-11 ATS last 15 following a straight up victory. LA is 5-1 ATS in their last six overall.

Golden State is 13-3 to the UNDER in its last 16 overall and 9-2 to the low side in its last 11 against the Western Conference. Los Angeles is 4-0 to the UNDER in its last four against the Pacific Division.

The Warriors have taken the last two meetings, including a 19-point victory at Staples Center on January 21.

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Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Tuesday NBA Betting Preview: Warriors, Nuggets Meet in WC Battle



The inside track to home-court advantage throughout the Western Conference playoffs will be on the line when the Denver Nuggets go head-to-head with the Golden State Warriors on Tuesday night in Oakland, Calif.


The Warriors (52-24) enter the showdown one game up on the Nuggets (51-25) and can take a big step toward locking down the top record in the West for the fourth time in the last five years with a win.

Golden State has won two of the first three meetings between the teams this season. A third win would clinch the season series, which is the first tie-breaker, meaning the Warriors, with a win, would in essence have a three-game lead over the Nuggets with just five games remaining.

The Warriors' remaining schedule is not difficult, with home games against Cleveland and the Los Angeles Clippers, and road contests against three teams already assured of being lottery-bound -- the Los Angeles Lakers, New Orleans and Memphis.

A win by the Nuggets, on the other hand, would complicate things in that it not only would create a tie atop the conference, but also square the season series.

The next tie-breaker is conference record, and Denver (31-15) currently holds a slight edge there over Golden State (31-16).

But the Nuggets' remaining schedule is much more difficult, featuring four straight games against Western playoff clubs -- San Antonio, a home-and-home with Portland and at Utah -- before finishing up at home against Minnesota.

That being the case, a Denver loss on Tuesday night would create the distinct possibility of the Nuggets getting caught from behind for the No. 2 seeding. Houston and Portland remain in that mix.

Both Golden State and Denver have shown vulnerabilities of late. The Warriors have lost four of their last eight home games, but are coming off one of their best, a 137-90 blowout of Charlotte, an Eastern playoff contender.
In the end, the game served for Golden State as little more than a warm-up for Tuesday's showdown.

The Warriors have had that feeling in their last two games against the Nuggets. After losing 100-98 at Denver in October, Golden State has blown out the Northwest Division leader by 31 and 17 points in their last two meetings.
The Nuggets had drawn even with the Warriors before falling 95-90 at home against Washington on Sunday night. Denver has alternated wins and losses in its last six games.

The loss to the Wizards was particularly disturbing. Jamal Murray couldn't finish the important contest after twisting his left ankle, and the Denver offense continued a recent slump with a 10-point third quarter that let Washington back into the game.

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Saturday, March 23, 2019

Harvey's Hangout Saturday, March 23.


Harvey's Hangout 3.23

The tournament has been tough to get a handle on. I suffered greatly on Friday as the three top seeds from the ACC; Duke, Virginia and North Carolina won BIG but didn't cover.  I needed Duke -27, North Carolina -23, and -24 Virginia but they weren't close to getting the cover. I also had North Carolina and Iona set for a high-scoring game. (166) It didn't materialize and the total was about eight points shy.

A bad day thanks to the ACC. Oh yes, But I also dropped the Irvine/Kansas State total but at least have Irivine who won outright as a +5 point dog. Cincinnati started Friday's debacle with a loss but I was on the right side. DId I mention losing both side of the Wisconsin/Oregon game too.  There was a couple of O/U winners. The Virginia/Webb game gave me a solidUNDER winner

Sadly my bankroll took a beating  but nothing I cant recover from. Today though, I can bounce back and that's what I intend to do.

If you're interested, these are a few of the teams I like:

Murray State
LSU
Michigan
Michigan State
Gonzaga
*Kentucky

*I'm hitting Kentucky hard on the ML.Wofford 3-point shooters worry me a little but the Wildcats do have top five defense guarding the arc and are allowing 34.6 percent against the try.

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Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Harvey's Hangout Wednesday, March 20


Harvey's Hangout Wednesday, March 20

Most serious bettors won't touch the moneyline with a 10-foot pole sighting the huge risk/reward factor. And while I agree it can be a dangerous way to wager, if used properly it can be profitable.

I've had two excellent days this week.  I made a moneyline play on Monday's NBA clash between Portland and Indiana. I took the Trailblazers but as it turns out I didn't need it as they covered with points to spare.

I used it again on Tuesday night on the NIT battle between North Carolina State (-9) over Hofstra. Taking the Wolfpack on the ML turned out to be the right play as they failed to cover but got the win.

Granted If I lose either game, I lose a substantial amount of my bankroll. I'm willing to take that chance when I see a situation where the win probability rate is the 90% range but the ATS is too to close for comfort. As a result, I'm up $450 dollars through the first two days of the week.In addition to my ML victory on N.C. State, I also cashed the OVER on Fairleigh Dickinson and Prairie View plus had the ATS winner on Belmont over Temple. Gladly, no losses to report.

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Harvey's Hangout

Tuesday, March 19

There's nothing like this time of year. March Madness continues with FOUR tournaments including the big one: the NCAA Tournament which begins in earnest tonight with a pair of play-in games in the East regional as #11 seeds Belmont and Temple collide in Dayton, Ohio. The winner faces #6 Maryland on Thursday at 12:10 PM.

There's also the play-in game between #16 seeds Prairie View and Farleigh Dickenson. The winner advances to a Thursday showdown against Gonzaga, the top seed in the West.

Monday marked another plus unit day. In the NBA I won with Toronto -13, Denver +4, and our big *5 unit play on Portland -4  over Indiana. Our losses came with Toronto/New York O/U, Detroit -6.5 over Cleveland and Quinnipiac +5.5 against New Jersey Tech. Total profit for the day $220.

Today the board is full of NBA and NCAA tournament action. I've found a very strong free play:

Take #671 Belmont Bruins -3.5 over Temple Owls (6:09 PM ET) Don't be surprised if the OVER cashes in this one. Belmont, which was second in the nation in scoring behind Gonzaga, loves to shoot the trey's. It's bombs away.

Sunday, March 17, 2019

Harvey's Hangout Monday, March 18


Duke is the #1 overall seed in this years NCAA Tournament
The dancing begins on Tuesday. And BHS is ready to make this the most profitable NCAA postseason in history.

I'll leave it to the experts to dissect the field of 68. Sure the committee made some mistakes but they do every year. They're consistent that way. We prefer to look ahead to three weeks of wall-to-wall hoops action..

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Thursday, March 7, 2019

Harvey's Hangout Friday, March 8


Friday, March 8

We nailed our free play on Thursday as Cincinnati and Central Florida stayed well UNDER the total of 126 (58-55). I hope your making notes on these low-scoring teams (Virginia, etc.) that have been highly profitable.

Friday's free play comes from the MAC:

Take Buffalo Bills and Bowling Green Falcons OVER 161 (6 PM ET)

As always good luck!



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