NBA – Saturday 12 February 2011 – Betting options & tips

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With 8 games on the cards we have looked at each game and given our reasons behind each pick.

We have listed the games in order of preference. This means number 8           is the most confident bet while 10 is least confident. I   hope   they     help   you with your tips and picking a winning bet.

Rank Away Home Win Touch/Don’t Line Reason
1 San Antonio Washington San Antonio Touch -3.5 Spurs won the last encounter by 14 and are playing great at the moment while Washington had their first win in 9 games last time out.
2 Philadelphia Minnesota Philadelphia Touch 1.5 Philly have won 8/11 and beat spurs last game out. Minnesota are 2/6 losing to pacers by 11 last game. Philly playing too well.
3 Indiana Milwaukee Indiana Touch 6.5 Milwaukee have won 1/6 (toronto) recently. Indiana have won 6/7 (5 point loss to Miami). Milwaukee have won previous 2 games but this looks set up for Indiana.
4 Charlotte Atlanta Atlanta Touch -3.5 Charlotte have won 2/8 and lost 2-0 to Atlanta by 5 and recent 16 point win in Charlotte. Atlanta 5/8 recently. Should be too good and win it by 10.
5 Oklahoma Sacramento Oklahoma Don’t 0 Oklahoma won 5/7 recently (loses to good teams) while Sacramento are 0/4 loses to 3 good teams and 1 average. Oklahoma won previous meeting by 14.
6 Dallas Houston Dallas Don’t 3.5 Dallas are 2-0 against Houston and lost their first game in 11 by 1 to Denver. Houston lost to Minnesota at home recently and Dallas should play too well for Houston.
7 New York New Jersey New Jersey Don’t 7.5 New York lost 5/7 (and last 6 away games). Nets have won their last 2 against Charlotte and New Orleans and should hold New York out
8 Chicago New Orleans New Orleans Don’t 7.5 Both teams have been struggling as of late. New Orleans turned it around last game beating Orlando in Orlando by 6. Chicago beat Utah in Utah by 5. New Orleans at home should surprise and win.

To achieve this line, we are using www.centrebet.com.au and we are           choosing the PICK YOUR OWN LINE method allowing us to get as     close   to     $1.50 odds for the matchs as possible. We are   putting   the same     amount on   each bet. While we have listed 4 options to touch, we   will   decide an   hour before the start of     matchs the exact number   we will   touch. It   is   normally   between   3-6 but can blow out to 8.

Previous results

Friday 11  February 2011: 4/6 – resulting in money back
Thursday 10  February 2011: 2/3 – resulting in money back
Wednesday 9  February 2011: 5/6 – resulting in a 1 & 1/2 bet win
Tuesday 8  February 2011: 3/5 – resulting in a 1/2 bet loss
Monday 7  February 2011: 2/7 – resulting in a 4 bet loss
Sunday 6 February 2011: 2/4 – resulting in a 1 bet loss
Saturday 5 February 2011: 5/6 – resulting in a 1 & 1/2 bet win
Friday 4 February 2011: 5/8 – resulting in a 1/2 bet loss
Thursday 3 February 2011: 3/3 – resulting in a 1 & 1/2 bet win
Wednesday 2 February 2011: 5/8 – resulting in a 1/2 bet loss
Tota Profit for the week Wednesday 2 Feb – Tue 8 Feb 2011 = -350% of bet stake
Tuesday 1 February 2011: 3/4 – resulting in a 1/2 bet win
Monday 31 January 2011: 5/5 – resulting in a 2 & 1/2 bet win
Sunday 30 January 2011: 3/5 – resulting in a 1/2 bet loss
Saturday 29 January 2011: 5/8 – resulting in a 1/2 bet loss
Friday 28 January 2011: 5/8 – resulting in a 1/2 bet loss
Thursday 27 January 2011: 2/3 (double bet on one winner) – resulting in a 1/2 bet win
Wednesday 26 January 2011: 5/5 – resulting in a 2 & 1/2 bet win
Tota Profit for the week Wednesday 26 Jan – Tue 1 Feb 2011 = 450% of bet stake

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