NBA ATS PLAYOFF RECORD: 11-6
MLB ATS RECORD: 8-6
My focus stays on the NBA and America's Greatest Pasttime today, but I thought I would let you know what you are missing on the clay courts of the French Open. As if you needed more reason to surf the net looking for pics of hot azz female athletes. Enjoy...
This little hottie went to France
This little hottie did to
This little hottie likes it from behind
And so does little hottie too
But the last little hottie went wee, wee, wee, all the way to Teasin' T-Bones bedroom!!
LA Lakers @ San Antonio Spurs -5
The Spurs have not lost at home in the playoffs yet, and most of those games have been at least 10 point wins. I have to believe that the championship crowd will make life a living hell for Dr. Jackson and his zen buddies. Ginobli will look to get back on track today after not starting out the series very well. If he can hit some early on, it will force the Lakers into trying to find someone other than Kobe that can guard him, and to do that it may mean playing a less offensive threat, and we all know when Kobe doesn't have a team of 5 on the offensive end he just likes to try to take over the game. So Ginobli, fans, and Duncan being Duncan get it done today. Spurs by 10.
Chicago Cubs +122 (-1.5runs) @ Pittsburgh Pirates
I am heading right back into the team that let me down yesterday. The Cubbies almost came back and pulled it out, but I see that giving them some fire today. Chicago has now lost 3 of 4, and with Lilly pulling out wins in his last 3 outings I don't see them making it 4 of 5 against the Pirates. Especially since they have Maholm on the mound, who traditionally lasts about 5 innings, and that will hurt them today since their bullpen has pitched almost 18 innings in the last 3 games. The Cubs bats will be going, the Pirates pitching will be spent, which leads to a Cubbies 8-3 victory.
Cincinatti Reds @ San Diego Padres +169 (-1.5 runs)
At some point, Matt Belisle is going to get pulled from the Reds rotation. With a 6.75 ERA and a 1-4 record, their ain't many clubs that would keep putting him out there. But that's good for the Padres today as they bring Maddux to the mound. Greg will give up his traditional couple runs and last about 6 innings, but I think it is won by the bats of San Diego as they will look to open up and have a hay-day against Belisle. Padres win 7-4.