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Thread: Tuesday's WNBA Trends and Indexes - 7/11

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    Default Tuesday's WNBA Trends and Indexes - 7/11

    Trends and Indexes

    Tuesday, July 11

    Good Luck on day #191 of 2016!

    NOTE: As information becomes available, we will attempt to post the trends and indexes as soon as possible.Information is posted from what we believe are reliable sources.Any opinions expressed are not necessarily those of the posting member or BettorsChat.

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    Armadillo:Tuesday's six-pack

    Odds to win next week’s British Open:

    10-1— Dustin Johnson

    12-1— Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth, Jon Rahm

    15-1— Sergio Garcia, Ricky Fowler

    20-1— Day, Matsuyama, Fleetwood, Rose

    25-1— Henrik Stenson

    30-1— Adam Scott


    Armadillo: Tuesday's Den: Looking at NL teams at the All-Star break……….

    61-29 Dodgers— Are 39-11 at home, 13-0 in Kershaw’s last 13 starts. Wood is 10-0, 1.67 with a WHIP of 0.89. #5 hitters are batting .204 against them, #6 hitters .206.

    53-36 Arizona— Stumbled into All-Star break on 3-7 skid; they’re 33-15 at home, with a home OPS of .840- their road OPS is .689. Goldschmidt has 20 HR’s, 67 RBI, an OB% of .428.

    52-36 Washington— Bullpen has been awful, but they’ve got a 9.5-game lead in a bad division- they figure to add to their bullpen before July 31. Hitting .293 at home, .261 on road. Murphy is hitting .342, Zimmerman .330, Harper .325.

    52-39 Colorado— Four rookies in the starting rotation is a red flag heading into second half of season. Rockies are 5-13 in their last 18 games. SS Story has an OPS of only .699, after his .908 in his rookie year LY.

    50-41 Milwaukee— Have stunning 5.5-game lead in NL Central; their best pitcher Anderson is out for another month (oblique). Brewers have been in playoffs twice in last 35 years (’08, ’11). Thames has 23 HR’s after spending last three years playing in Korea.

    43-45 Chicago— Weird that only five NL teams are over .500. Defending World Champs have struggled all year; Lester’s ERA is 4.25, Arrieta’s 4.35. LF’s are hitting combined .217; leadoff hitters have a combined OB% of .323.

    43-45 St Louis— 18-7 vs NL East, 25-38 elsewhere. #3 hitters are batting a combined .221 with an OPS of .712. Wainwright has slipped; his ERA is 5.20, WHIP 1.49. SS Diaz hit .300 LY; he is in AAA now, after hitting only .260 this year.

    42-45 Atlanta— Surprisingly good record for this group; they’re 20-16 since June 1. Signing Matt Adams got them thru Freeman’s injury; now Freeman plays 3B so Adams can stay in lineup. Have 13 HR, 51 RBI out of catching combo; solid production.

    42-47 Pittsburgh— Get Marte back from 80-game suspension next week. Leadoff hitters have only a .305 OB%. McCutchen has surged since they moved him to #6 in order, now he is back in 3-hole- he is hitting .294 with 50 RBI for season.

    41-46 Miami— Sadly, a fire sale is coming after All-Star break; their payroll is unwieldy for team that is about to be sold. Have formidable lineup; they hit .283 on road, .251 at home. Injury to lefty starter Chen has hurt the pitching rotation.

    39-47 New York— How does their trainer still have a job? Mets are racked by injuries every year. Have OPS of .699 at home, .826 on road. #2 hitters are batting .219, #9 hitters .218, which isn’t good for an NL team. Harvey has a 5.25 ERA, Syndergaard has thrown only 27.1 innings.

    39-49 Cincinnati— Have 63 homers on road, 62 at home, despite small home park. Pitchers have 4.67 ERA at home, 5.45 on road. Billy Hamilton may be fast, but a .293 OB% at leadoff ain’t good enough.

    38-50 San Diego— Have three Rule 5 (minor league) players on roster this year; hard to win that way. Padre 3B’s are hitting .196, catchers .210; need more production. Young starter Lamet has 55 strikeouts in 41 IP, looks like a future star.

    34-56 San Francisco— When your team gets old, the bottom falls out quickly. Pitchers have 5.49 ERA on road; top 4 spots in opposing batting order all bat .300+ with .370+ OB% vs Giants. Posey is hitting .324 with .406 OB%; will they move him to 1B to preserve rest of his career?

    29-58 Phillies— 23 of 58 losses are by one run; they’ve started to bring prospects up. Could be good fairly soon, but need another starting pitcher or two. Nola-Hellickson-Pivetta look like a good start for a solid rotation. Their AAA team is winning a ton of games; there is talent there.

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    WNBA Betting Recap - 7/3-7/9

    League Betting Notes (Monday, July 3 through Sunday, July 9)

    -- Favorites went 8-4 straight up (SU)
    -- Favorites went 8-4 against the spread (ATS)
    -- Home teams posted a 9-3 SU record
    -- Home teams posted a 9-3 ATS record
    -- The 'over/under' went 6-6

    Team Betting Notes

    -- Atlanta (8-8) clawed back to .500 by going 2-1 SU/ATS in the past week. The Dream have also pieced together a 3-0 SU/ATS mark at home over their past three outings.

    -- Chicago (4-12) slapped the brakes on a three-game losing streak in a shocking way on Thursday, stunning Minnesota (13-2) by a 100-76 score as a 14-point underdog. The win for the Sky also ended an 0-3 ATS skid.

    -- Connecticut (10-7) has rolled up four consecutive victories while going 4-0 ATS, winning by an average of 12.5 points per game during the span. The Sun improved to 11-2 ATS over the past 13 outings, and 13-4 ATS overall on the season. Total bettors are also fond of the Sun, as the 'over' has hit in three of the past four, and 9-2 over the past 11 outings.

    -- Dallas (9-10) split a home-and-home with the Dream, winning by 10 at home on July 5 and losing in the ATL by 20 points on July 9. The 'over' cashed in each of the outings.

    -- Indiana (7-9) lost their only appearance in the past week, as the pesky Dream dealth them a 21-point loss down south. The Fever have looked sick lately, winning just once over the past four outings while also going 1-3 ATS during the span. The 'under' has been a dependable play for Indiana, going 5-2 over the past seven contests.

    --Los Angeles (12-5) lost back-to-back games in the past week, a rarity for the Sparks. While L.A. has been impressive at home, going 7-0 SU/4-3 ATS, the Sparks have stumbled to a 5-5 SU/ATS record away from home. The good news is they'll be home for their only game this week against the Sun. They beat Connecticut 87-79 while covering a 2 1/2-point number in New England on June 27.

    -- The Lynx have covered three in a row or better just once this season from June 3-11. The 'over' has been rather consistent, however, going 5-1 for Minnesota across the past six outings.

    -- Phoenix (10-6) has pieced together a season-best three-game winning streak, covering each of the outings, too. They'll look to keep it going against the Dream at home Wednesday before a home-and-home with the Lynx on Friday and Sunday. The Merc were dumped at home, 91-83, in Phoenix on June 30. The 'over' has connected in four of the past five for Brittney Griner and company.

    -- Washington (10-8) will look to salvage their road trip in Indianapolis on Friday night. The Mystics opened their road trip 0-3 SU/ATS, and they're just 3-6 SU/ATS in nine games away from the nation's capital this season.



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