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Greg Gamble’s Hoop Special: 119-93 ATS

The Raptors have been a Greggy G staple...
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...and will be again tonight!

Just like last week, Mon. & Tues. had slim pick’ins, but Wednesday we rolled-up smoother than Heather Graham in Boogie Nights (5-1). By the way, Happy V-Day to you all and make sure your girl’s liquored-up and passed out by the West Coast start times. Looks like the pony I put on layaway for the lady is not going to make it here by tonight, but I’ve got a great picture of the Black Stallion to show her and hope to have it trotting in by the weekend. Let’s hit’em up tonight as there’s more college action going down than a slumber party with the Tri-Delts!

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Due to injuries, the Nets are "Wet T-Shirt" thin!

NEW JERSEY NETS @ TORONTO RAPTORS (-9)
Without Jason Kidd (and Richard Jefferson & Nenad Kristic), the Nets have D-League talent with a less than interested Vinsanity trying to shoulder the load. New Jersey is 11-24 without Kidd since 2004 and many of those contests did not have RJ dressed in a suit. As for Toronto, they’ve won 6 out of 7 and are playing their last game until Wednesday of next week. They looked awesome against the Bulls for the first 45 minutes last night, and while they almost coughed-up a double-digit lead late, I think the collapse will keep them focused tonight. In addition, the Raptors always get fired-up when Vince is back in-town, and I have a feeling he’ll be spending a lot of time on the bench in the second half to avoid embarrassment…Raptors by 12-18 points

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The Ramblers are an old squad...but still very nice!

LOYOLA (IL) RAMBLERS (-3) @ WISC-MILWAUKEE PATHERS
Since the Panthers lost head coach Bruce Pearl and every star from the last few years, Wisc-Milw can be found at or near the bottom of the Horizon League. They’ve lost 4 or 5, including at home to rival Wisc-Green Bay who was just beaten at home by Loyola by 17. As for the 17-9 Ramblers, their getting unbelievable play from their senior captains (Blake Schlib & Majak Kou) and can clinch a first round bye in the conference tournament with a victory tonight. They beat the Panthers by 13 in Chicago early in January and are actually playing much better since then having won 4 in-a-row...The Chi-Town kids by 6-12 points

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Boston College really has the complete package!

DUKE BLUE DEVILS @ BOSTON COLLEGE G. EAGLES (-2)
Coach “I luv to see him lose” Krzyzewski’s young squad seems to be losing confidence with each game, which is not a good sign when you travel to conference leader Boston College’s home court where they’ve only lost twice all year. While the Blue Devils young guards (Scheyer & Paulus) have put-up some points during the losing streak, their defense is just a step slow for ACC competition. The Eagles have an athletic backcourt (Tyrese Rice 17 ppg. 6 ass. & 6-6 Sr. Sean Marshall 15 ppg. 5 rpg) and are led by player of the year forward Jared Dudley and his sick stats: 20 ppg 9 rpg 59 fg% 50 3pt%. The Dukies got roughed-up at Maryland over the weekend and should expect the same type of physical play by an Eagles squad that has won 4 in-a-row. Also, this spread is ridiculously low because Vegas always gives Duke a few extra points…Eagles by 6-12 points

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Just like this sleeping arrangement, would you rather have three scorers averaging 17 or more...or just one hottie laying in bed!

Temple Owls (-5.5) @ LaSalle Explorers
After a slow start with a new headmaster (former legendary Penn head coach Fran Dunphy), the Owls have been unbelievable lately winning 4 in-a-row, with 3 of those by more than 20 points. In addition, they killed the freshmen laden LaSalle squad at home by 25 just over a week ago and have three players averaging over 17 points per contest. As for the Explorers, they've lost 5 in-a-row and if the spread was +5.5 for all them...they'd be 0-5 ATS...The M*tha F*ckin Owls by 8-14 points

Remember on Valentine's Day Fellaz,
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buying Lingere is a great gift idea for both of ya!

G. GAMBLE’S HOOP TOTALS- NBA 76-57 ATS ; NCAA 41-34 ATS

Posted by Greg Gamble on February 14, 2007 11:09 AM |


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