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ASA top play on 10* UNDER 221 New Orleans Pelicans at Minnesota Timberwolves, 8 PM ET - The oddsmakers are telling us this game should be average in scoring based on league numbers, but our math models tell us differently. Our projections are 218.5 total points being scored here and a solid Under bet. Today’s NBA is driven by 3-point shooting and these two teams are two of the worst in the NBA from beyond the arc as both shoot just 33.4% which ranks 26th and 27th. The Pelicans new coach Stan Van Gundy has a reputation for defense, but they’ve given up ton of points their last five games. When we analyze those last five games though we see the Pels have played the 1st, 5th, 7th and 14th ranked offensive efficiency teams in the league. The Timberwolves are on the complete opposite end of the spectrum in that regard with the 29th (second to last) OEFF in the NBA. Minnesota has scored less than 100-points in four of their last five games. The Pelicans have had their own offensive struggles this season with an offensive efficiency rating of 1.092 which ranks 19th. New Orleans is one of the slower paced teams in the NBA this season and the Wolves have been much slower in their last five games compared to season averages. The last four times these two teams have met in Minny it’s resulted in an Under. That trend continues here. BET UNDER!
ASA play on 8* #678 East Tennessee State +3.5 over Furman, 4PM ET - This is another quick turnaround game for both teams as they just met at Furman last Saturday. Furman won that game by 12-points as a 10-point chalk. The glaring difference in that game was the 3-point shooting as the Paladins hit 8 of 26 compared to ETSU making just 4 of 20. We expect those number to trend in the opposite direction now that this game is being played on the Buccaneers court. ETSU has gone 72-13 (.847) inside Freedom Hall since the start of the 2015-16 season, including a 5-1 mark this year and a 16-1 record last year. Since the start of the 2015-16 campaign, ETSU has won the most games in the Southern Conference with 75 victories, Furman is next at 70. In five SoCon games this season, ETSU leads the conference in rebound margin (+6.4), ranks second in field goal percentage defense (.422) and scoring defense (69.2), ranks third in three-point field goal percentage (.383), three-point field goal percentage defense (.317) and scoring margin (+5.6). The Bucs are slightly lower than Furman in conference offensive efficiency ratings but hold a sizeable advantage in defensive efficiency. Those are significant numbers considering ETSU has played the tougher schedule. In SoCon road games Furman is 0-3 ATS with a 4-point win at Chattanooga, 6-point win at The Citadel and a 1-point loss at VMI and none of those teams are as good as ETSU. This is a quick revenge game and East Tennessee State will enjoy a home court advantage here with a handful of fans
ASA play on 8* #633 Eastern Washington -2.5 over Northern Colorado, 2PM ET - In the new Covid climate back-to-back games in conference play are now the norm. That’s the case here as EW and Northern Colorado just met the other night with UNCO coming out on top 78-76. Eastern had the ball and a chance to win with 11 seconds left, but a turnover and foul led to a pair of game-winning free throws by the Bears with one tick of the clock left. Eastern sank 49 percent of its shots from the field and 88% from the free throw line, but the Eagles made just three 3-pointers compared to 13 for the Bears, who sank 43.3 percent of their treys compared to 18.8 percent for EWU. The Eagles, the preseason and defending regular season champions, are 3-6 overall and 2-2 in the Big Sky Conference. Northern Colorado was picked to finish fifth by the coaches in the Big Sky Conference preseason polls and are off to a 5-4 start. The Eagles have the best overall offensive efficiency rating in the Big Sky at 1.117PPP compared to Northern Colorado who is 9th at less than 1-point per possession. UNCO is better when it comes to conference defensive efficiency ratings than EWU, but six of the Bears games have come against three teams that are in the bottom five in OEFF in conference action. Off that disappointing loss the Eagles bounce back here with a big win.
#656 ASA PLAY ON 8* Florida State -7 over Clemson, Saturday at 3:00 PM ET - Two teams heading in opposite directions here. FSU has been on fire since they came back from their 15 day covid hiatus. Since their return, they’ve beaten NC State by 32, UNC by 7, and Louisville by 13. They are extremely deep and tough to guard with 9 players averaging double digit minutes and 6 players averaging between 8 and 15 points. They have 5 players shooting 40% or better from beyond the arc. Since their covid return, the Noles have made 96 of their 182 shots (53%) and 44 of their 48 FT’s. They should have a field day vs a Clemson defense that has solid overall defensive numbers, but the Tigers have been trending down. Over their last 2 games vs UVA and Georgia Tech, the Clemson defense has allowed a ridiculous 1.47 and 1.32 PPP. The Tigers were destroyed in both of those games losing to the Cavs by 35 and the Yellow Jackets by 18. The two games prior to that Clemson struggled to beat NC State at home (won in OT), the same team FSU just beat by 30+. The game before that they came from behind in the 2nd half to beat a Miami team, that is 2-6 in ACC, by 1 point. On top of that, just before their covid break, FSU traveled to Clemson and lost by 10 points as a 1 point underdog. That was the Noles worst offensive performance of the season on a PPG and PPP basis. Clemson also held a HUGE edge at the FT line in that game with the Tigers going 24 of 33 from the stripe and FSU going 6 of 9. Clemson has scored just 66, 52, 62, and 65 points over their last 4 games (in regulation). Now with FSU rolling offensively and Clemson struggling on defense, we’re not sure Clemson can keep up in this game.
#676 ASA TOP PLAY ON 10* Louisville -1 over Duke, Saturday at 4:00 PM ET - We’re not jumping off this train yet. We’ve gone against Duke in each of their last 2 games and cashed on both @ Va Tech and @ Pitt. Now they are playing their 3rd straight road game @ Louisville on Saturday. The Devils continue to be overvalued as they are now 1-8 ATS on the season and their spread losses have come by an average of 12 PPG. In other words, they aren’t even close to covering. Louisville is coming off a home loss on Monday vs a red hot FSU team. The Noles are playing FAR better than Duke right now and the Cards were favored by 4 in that game. Now laying only 2 points vs a Duke team that is really struggling. The Devils aren’t built to win on the road right now. They aren’t a good 3-point shooting team (223rd nationally) and they don’t defend the 3 point line well (295th nationally). They don’t get to the FT line with only 13.7% of their points coming from the line (332nd nationally) so they have to shoot really well to have a chance to win and they simply aren’t a great shooting team. On top of that, Duke has been sending teams to the line a lot in ACC play with almost 20% of opponents points coming from the stripe. The Devils also rank dead last in the league in defensive efficiency (conference games). The Cards are every bit as good as Va Tech & Pitt, the 2 teams that just beat Duke (by 7 & 6 points) and coming off a home less sets them up for a solid performance. We fade Duke again on Saturday.
Handicapper Review of American Sports Analysts (ASA)
ASA, or American Sports Analysts, is a strong football and basketball handicapping service.
Owners Lee Kostroski & Mike Merlet have been in sports handicapping for more than 50 years combined. That experience is always something you want on your side.
ASA is a service that puts down a lot of action, and has a lot of success doing so. They’re definitely a service for the aggressive bettor in you.
In a three-month stretch from February to May 2016, they’ve capped over 200 games. Most of those picks fall in either football, basketball, or baseball. Of those picks, they hit on 56% and earned their subscribers almost $2,000 in profit.
In a particularly incredible run, ASA has earned over $560 in MLB profit in just 11 days, from May 11 to May 21, 2016. It’s a good time to get on board with their MLB handicapping picks.
The experts at ASA are also hitting 62% on NBA picks since April 3, 2016.
ASA uses a star system to rate their picks – an important feature for a service with this much action. They rate each of their picks between 5 and 10 stars, with top games always rated 9 or 10.
It’s hard to peg down ASA’s handicapping method. They use a variety of factors to pick their games. They go on everything from hard data match-ups to insider information.
What you can see is that regardless of method, ASA is effective. They know how to make money, and make their subscribers good money. That’s while offering lots of betting options on the biggest American sports.