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In the 2017 playoffs, the San Antonio Spurs were leading the undefeated Golden State Warriors by 25 in the third quarter – and then Zaza Pachulia happened, Kawhi went down, and history was rewritten forever. In tonight’s game, the Spurs will attempt to avenge the loss. DeMar DeRozan has cooled off a little bit, but he and Aldridge are still All-NBA caliber players, and the Spurs are 5-2 at home. Bookmakers have the Spurs as only -2.5 favs over a Steph-and-Dray-less GSW. KC has your NBA pick! GSW vs. Spurs
Kentucky might have looked poor against Duke, but that’s because the Blue Devils are playing on another level. Kentucky has since gotten back on track and looks like it’s going to be a force in the SEC yet again. The early part of the season is usually the time to bet against KU as Calipari tries to figure out his new NBA freshman pieces, but that’s reserved for when Kentucky faces better opponents than VMI. VMI lost by 39 to Pitt. Should you bet your bookie -33? Cats vs. Keydets
Sportsbooks say the Rams are more than a FG better but do the numbers align with this thinking? The key stat that separates these teams and the only statistical blemish for the Rams is red zone efficiency. This is the chink in the Rams armor that may end up holding them back down the stretch. They are only scoring touchdowns on 56% of their trips to the red zone, good for only 16th in the league. The Chiefs are scoring touchdowns at a 71% clip, good enough for 6th in the league. Keith Allen takes a deeper look at the matchup and gives his prediction.
Washington State scored the last 31 points on route to a 31-7 road beat down of Colorado. The team will look to continue their fine play when they host an under-rated Arizona team who has played tough in all but one of their PAC-12 matches. The 10-point line seems to be on the high side forcing Wilson into playing the the total. Check out his analysis.
Thursday Football Picks
It is clear that this Seattle Seahawk team is limited in certain phases but they are still near-elite in others, including leading the league in rushing at 152 yards per game. Coach Pete Carroll will not be shy about deploying that running game against the 22nd ranked rush defense of Green Bay. Is that matchup advanatage enough to make Seattle the favorite here? Ted Walker gives his NFL prediction. Packers vs. Hawks
In Thursday night AAC action, the Green Wave head to Houston to take on the Cougars. The sportsbooks now lists Houston as a -9.5 point favorite for this contest (down from 10) with a O/U total line of 67 points. Predictem college football handicapper Jay Horne thinks that the dog may be worthy of a play here. Read Jay’s pick. Wave vs. Cougars