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Greg Gamble's ATS Magic & NBA Draft Luv

With the NBA Draft only a day away, I had trouble sleeping like it was the day before X-Mas or the day after my High School girl told me we should skip 2nd base altogether. As for my hotter than Denise Richards & Neve Campbell getting to know each other-Draft Report, check in 1st thing tomorrow for GM Greggy G's team-by-team selections...and of course, a swimsuit to match each pick! Until then, here's a few quick thoughts and a Cubs ATS play that seems way too easy!

To start, I apologize for not acknowledging the B-Day of the greatest actor & musician of my lifetime, but to tell you the truth, everyday that passes since I convinced myself 2pac & Biggie were on an island making a double-disk…the reality of his death creeps closer. Much luv always Tupac and thanks for making this dorky-white kid think he was a thug for throwing in “All Eyez on Me” and mixing-up “One part Alize, One part Cristal” for all my frat parties.

With that, let's roll into some of my favorite draft moments...

First off, my favorite part of the draft process is when the NBA experts analyze who had more passion in the one-on-one contests...that's like deciding on the 90210 pilot w/ just Brandon & Brenda and not witnessing their chemisty w/ the entire cast.

btw, it's only been a couple years since he was a lottery pick...

...you think the NBA has changed Robert Swift at all?

Did I mention how stupid the one-on-one analysis's are?

As for my favorite draft attire...gotta luv LJ!

As for the craziest lottery selection, I told my Homeboys for months that Redick & Morrison were unbelievable college players, but would never be drafted in the lottery because they couldn't play D... I guess MJ saw something different with the 3rd pick. Alrighty, let's jump into some ATS baseball so I can finish-up my kick-azz draft review.

I'm guessing your better Continue Reading below to find out why...

My guess is Orioles pitching will have trouble keeping the round objects from busting out!

Following a day off and the emotional dominance displayed by the Cubbies in the Crosstown Classic, I expected Sweet & Salty Lou’s boys to look a lil’ flat facing a fanfare’less AL squad. While they trailed 7-1 thru 6 innings, what makes this Cub squad different from year’s past is the way they battled back and actually made a game out of it. As a result, I fully expect that fire to carry ova into tonight’s contest, especially with the Tila Tequila-hot Brewers and Cardinals both winning yesterday. And tonight, they face southpaw Brian Burres (6-5, 5.24) who has been awful of late and watched his 2.87 ERA on May 1st rise with virtually every outing. Throw-in that Chicago bats 12 points higher versus lefties (.292) and 57 points higher at home (311), and yours truly has no doubt Cubdom will see at least a half dozen runs tonight. Grabbin’ the pill for Piniella will be lefty Ted Lilly (7-5, 4.71) who is 2-1 with 2.70 ERA ova his last 4 starts. And finally, this is the only trip for the kids from Baltimore to enjoy the short-shorts of the Wrigleyville & the DePaul hotties...so I’m guessing they’ll be moving a lil’ slower after having lil' fun following last night’s contest…
Cubbies by 4-6 runs

Even though we have some cloudy skies on the horizon in Chicago, I hope everybody has a wonderful day!

Posted by Greg Gamble on June 25, 2008 9:22 AM |


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