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ATS - College BB: 9-9 NFL: 22-20 NBA: 44-42 MLB: 116-91

Joakim Noah brought the energy to help the Bulls cover their 3rd straight, and help Greggy G to a 3-1 ATS night!

To start, yours truly is heading to tonight’s TNT contest at the United Center and expects to see the Chicago Faithful in a frenzy. I know the Bullies played in Charlotte last night, but their bodies are running on emotions as they try to regain the position in the standings and with the fan-base. As for the Blazers, they also played last night and will have a tougher task after facing a horrific T-Wolves squad that seems to make teams play worse the following day. In addition, the weather in Chicago is ridiculous, and while the Bulls are desperate for wins and will ignore the elements, Portland’s won 14 of 15 and may be looking forward to heading home rather than running with the Bulls.…Bulls by 6-10 points

The Wildcats have been playing perfect ROUNDBALL!

The Wildcats are currently ranked #16, have won 6 in-a-row, are led by one of the top young coaches in the game (Jay Wright), and are balanced with some lightning quick guards and veteran big-men that love to play defense. As for the Blue Demons, they’ve almost lost twice as many as they’ve won, can’t find a set rotation, and are led by a coach that over the last 5-years has only had his teams with an end of season RPI under 56 once. The only thing that scares me is how low the spread is…Wildcats by 7-11 points

The Pirates need to add some calories to their frontcourt!

For all the talk that the Huskies have been a little bit of a disappointment to start the year, their only loses have come at the hands of Memphis & Gonzaga. As for Seton Hall, while they’ve surprised teams by coming out of the gate 9-3, their loses at Penn St., & St. Mary’s, and against NC ST have displayed a glaring weakness in the Hall’s lack of size. Not a good sign with the Huskies starting frontcourt in-town ( 7-3 Thabeet, 6-9 Robinson, & 6-7 Adrien) and combining to average 36 ppg, 24 rpg, & 7 bpg. The Pirates leading rebounder stands 6-5, with the only other player earning significant minutes in the frontcourt being 6-9 John Garcia (9 ppg & 9 rpg in just over 20 minutes). The home-court will keep this close for a half, but the tip-dunks by Huskies off every couple misses will be too much to handle…Huskies by 7-11 points

What can I say Homeboys...
...my hard-work is finally paying-off!

Posted by Greg Gamble on January 3, 2008 12:25 PM |


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