*Greggy G's NBA Regular Season: 146-106 ATS
*Greggy G's NBA Playoff Record: 22-20 ATS
O.K...I promise this is the last time you'll hear me say I told ya! While I was a legend in Cleveland this weekend as many of my diehard fans couldn't believe I had traveled all the way from Chi-town for their victory celebration, I have to admit I skipped the game and actually stood-up in my Homeboy DG's wedding. Of course his lovely wife was somewhat discouraged by the groupin' of dudes around the TV set for Game 6 and the re-enactment we performed of the Zambrano/Barrett fight with her dad, we still had a blast and my only complaint is that I wish I could still party like the VH1 Behind the Music stars. To make matters worse, I got violated at the baggage check going commando, the plane ride home was a little bumby and I almost lost my lunch twice (maybe that had something to do with chuggin' a bottle of Arbor Mist in the hot-tub a few hours earlier), and I couldn't remember where I parked my car when we got back! What can I say...I never bring enough undergarments when I travel. As for today, besides counting my winnings from the Cavs series, I feel terrible and can't wait to sit on my sofa once the work-buzzer finally rings. I promise to make more sense tomorrow, but hopefully you'll still enjoy the pick and pics...Much Luv Fellas!
CHICAGO CUBS @ MILWAUKEE BREWERS (OVA 8.5)
Even though I'm a Sox fan, I'll admit I thought the Cubs would have an awesome offensive season this year. While the wheels completely fell off last week for Lou and his error-prone boyz, they did finally get their bats working yesterday and I have a feeling it'll continue up in Milwaukee. As for the Brew Crew, while they've struggled after a hot-start, they have some amazing young hitters and will be facing Jason Marquis who has to eventually come back to reality one of these days. I expect this to be a shoot-out tonight, and it should help that Milw's starter has an ERA closer to 6 than 5...Brewers/Cubs total runs 10-13 runs