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    EVENING BEST BETS:

    HOU at NO 07:00 PM
    NO +10.0
    O 229.5

    SA at BOS 07:30 PM
    SA -1.0
    O 219.5


    DET at GS 08:30 PM
    DET +10.0

    SAC at LAL 09:30 PM
    SAC -1.5
    U 230.5
    Remember the 3 G's Gambling, Golf, Girls not in any particular order.....

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    Lamb hits winning 3, Hornets down Raptors 115-114
    March 24, 2019
    By The Associated Press


    TORONTO (AP) Jeremy Lamb banked home a half-court 3-pointer at the buzzer and the Charlotte Hornets beat the Toronto Raptors 115-114 on Sunday night for their third straight win.

    Toronto looked to have won the game after Kawhi Leonard hit the go-ahead basket with 44 seconds left, then blocked Kemba Walker at the other end.

    Charlotte got one final chance after Leonard missed a jumper with 5.8 seconds to go. Pascal Siakam knocked the inbounds pass away from Lamb, who chased the ball into the backcourt before launching the winning shot.

    Walker had 15 points and 13 assists and Willy Hernagomez had 13 points and 10 rebounds for the Hornets.

    Dwayne Bacon made five 3-pointers and scored 20 points, and rookie Miles Bridges scored 16 for Charlotte, which began the day 2 1/2 games behind eighth-place Miami and 1 1/2 games behind ninth-place Orlando in the Eastern Conference playoff race.

    BUCKS 127, CAVALIERS 105

    MILWAUKEE (AP) - Giannis Antetokounmpo showed few signs he was bothered by an ailing right ankle, getting 26 points and 10 rebounds to lift Milwaukee over Cleveland.

    Antetokounmpo was listed as questionable after missing two of the three previous games with an ankle sprain. He made 11 of 16 shots and had seven assists in 32 minutes.

    Khris Middleton and George Hill added 17 points apiece for the Bucks. Hill was acquired from the Cavaliers in a three-team trade in early December.

    Kevin Love had 20 points, Jordan Clarkson 19 and Collin Sexton 18 for Cleveland.

    Milwaukee improved to an NBA-best 55-19.

    ROCKETS 113, PELICANS 90

    NEW ORLEANS (AP) - James Harden scored 28 points in a little less than 29 minutes, and Houston downed New Orleans.

    Chris Paul had 10 points and 13 assists, and Eric Gordon added 18 points for the Rockets, who hit 21 3s in winning for the fifth time in six games to move a game ahead of Portland for the third seed in the Western Conference.

    Anthony Davis had 12 points and 10 rebounds in just less than 21 minutes for the short-handed Pelicans, who lost for the eighth time in nine games. Frank Jackson scored 19 and Julius Randle 15 for New Orleans, which fell behind by double digits early and struggled throughout to keep pace with a contending Rockets squad trying to sharpen up for the postseason.

    SPURS 115, CELTICS 96


    BOSTON (AP) - LaMarcus Aldridge had 48 points and 13 rebounds, and San Antonio gave short-handed Boston its fourth straight loss.

    The Spurs have won 10 of 12 to strengthen their grip on a Western Conference playoff spot. San Antonio (43-31) is eighth in the conference, a half-game behind Oklahoma City and Utah.

    Aldridge had his second-highest scoring output of the season. He scored 56 points on Jan. 10 against the Thunder.

    Marcus Smart led the Celtics with 14 points. Kyrie Irving had 11 points and 12 assists, but was just 5 of 17 from the field. Irving left the game briefly and went to the locker room in the first quarter with an injury to his left hand, but returned and played the rest of the way with tape on his left ring finger.

    PACERS 124, NUGGETS 88

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Bojan Bogdanovic scored 26 of his 35 points in the first half to lead Indiana over Denver.

    Myles Turner had 17 points and 11 rebounds, and Domantas Sabonis added 15 points and 13 rebounds for the Pacers, who returned home after dropping four in a row during a West Coast swing.

    Nikola Jokic had 19 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists, Will Barton had 15 points and reserve Monte Morris scored 12 points for the Nuggets, who lost for the first time after winning six straight.

    Bogdanovic scored every point during a 12-2 run late in the second quarter. He made a 3-pointer with 2:53 remaining in the first half to put the Pacers ahead 52-35.

    CLIPPERS 124, KNICKS 113


    NEW YORK (AP) - Danilo Gallinari scored 26 points to extend the best scoring streak of his career, and Los Angeles beat New York for its fifth straight victory.

    Lou Williams had 29 points and fellow reserve Montrezl Harrell added 24 to provide their usual potent play off the bench for the Clippers, who began play tied with Oklahoma City and Utah for fifth place in the Western Conference.

    Gallinari made a go-ahead 3-pointer with 4:12 remaining to make it 106-104, then hit a pair of free throws before Williams made another 3 to push it to 111-104 with 3:01 to go. The Clippers then pulled away from there to win for the 10th time in 11 games.

    Gallinari, the Knicks' first-round pick in 2008, has scored 20 or more in his past nine games.

    WARRIORS 121, PISTONS 114

    LAKERS 111, KINGS 106
    Remember the 3 G's Gambling, Golf, Girls not in any particular order.....

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    SCHEDULE FOR MONDAY MARCH 25, 2019
    Time (ET) Away Home Site
    7:05 PM Philadelphia 76ers Orlando Magic Amway Center
    8:05 PM Oklahoma City Thunder Memphis Grizzlies FedExForum
    9:05 PM Phoenix Suns Utah Jazz Vivint Smart Home Arena
    10:05 PM Brooklyn Nets Portland Trail Blazers Moda Center at the Rose Quarter


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    NBA MARCH RECORD OPINIONS AND BEST BETS !

    DATE W-L-T % UNITS RECORD

    03/24/2019 5-4-0 55.56% +3.00
    03/23/2019 8-7-1 53.33% +1.50
    03/22/2019 4-8-2 33.33% -24.00
    03/21/2019 5-7-0 41.67% -13.50
    03/20/2019 10-7-1 58.82% +11.50
    03/19/2019 4-8-0 33.33% -24.00
    03/18/2019 7-11-0 38.89% -25.50
    03/16/2019 7-9-0 43.75% -14.50
    03/15/2019 5-7-1 41.66% -13.50
    03/14/2019 5-6-0 45.45% -8.00
    03/13/2019 4-8-0 33.33% -24.00
    03/12/2019 6-8-0 42.85% -14.00
    03/11/2019 6-6-0 50.00% -3.00

    Totals.............76-96..........44.18%....-138.00


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    BEST BETS:

    DATE........................ATS................... ..UNITS..................O/U..................UNITS.............TOTALS

    03/24/2019..............3 - 1....................+9.50...................1 - 2.................-6.00..............+3.50
    03/23/2019..............2 - 2.....................-1.00...................3 - 5.................-12.50.............-13.50
    03/22/2019..............2 - 1....................+4.50...................1 - 4.................-17.00.............-12.50
    03/21/2019..............2 - 2.....................-1.00...................1 - 5..................-22.50.............-23.50
    03/20/2019..............3 - 0....................+15.00.................5 - 4................+3.00...............+18.00
    03/19/2019..............0 - 4.....................-22.00.................1 - 3.................-11.50..............-33.50
    03/18/2019..............4 - 2.....................+9.00.................3 - 6..................-18.00..............-9.00
    03/16/2019..............1 - 3.....................-11.50.................5 - 2.................+14.00.............+2.50
    03/15/2019..............2 - 0.....................+10.00................2 - 4.................-11.00..............-1.00
    03/14/2019..............0 - 3.....................-16.50.................4 - 1.................+14.50.............-2.00
    03/13/2019..............0 - 4.....................-22.00.................2 - 3..................-6.50...............-28.50
    03/12/2019..............3 - 3.....................-1.50...................1 - 4..................-17.00.............-18.50
    03/11/2019..............1 - 3.....................-11.50.................4 - 2..................+9.00..............-2.50

    Totals.....................23 - 28...................-39.00...............33 - 45................-71.50..............-110.50
    Remember the 3 G's Gambling, Golf, Girls not in any particular order.....

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    Monday’s 6-pack

    Conference record in first two rounds of NCAA tournament:

    — ACC: 10-2 SU, 5-7 vs spread.

    — Big 14: 10-5 SU, 10-5 vs spread

    — Big X, 5-5 SU, 7-3 vs spread

    — Big East: 1-3 SU, 0-3-1 vs spread (also lost play-in game)

    — Pac-12: 3-2 SU, 3-2 vs spread (also won play-in game)

    — SEC: 9-3 SU, 4-8 vs spread

    Tweet of the Day
    “In the kindest way possible, the man is crazy. He’s got enough energy for like 10 people, all bottled up into one little human.”
    Washington Huskies’ G Matisse Thybulle, talking about coach Mike Hopkins

    Monday’s quiz
    When was the last time a Big 14 basketball team won the national championship?

    Sunday’s quiz
    In 1990, Michigan lost 149-115 to Loyola Marymount, the year after it won the national championship, the worst loss ever by a defending national champ.

    Saturday’s quiz
    Liberty University is located in Lynchburg, Virginia.


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    Monday’s List of 13: Wrapping up a sports Sunday……

    13) Duke 77, Central Florida 76— When you lose a game like this and your season or career end, you will remember that game for the rest of your life. UCF played its hearts out, the game was there for them to take but it slipped away. Their effort was exceptional.

    Duke was 309th in country in 3-point %age before this game; they made 10-25 Sunday, and scored off a missed free throw with 0:09 left to win this interesting game.

    Aubrey Dawkins scored 32 points for UCF; this game had to be personal for him, living in Durham until he was 11 years old when his father was an assistant coach at Duke. He played at Michigan, then UCF; he was excellent in this game.

    12) Tennessee 83, Iowa 77 OT— Volunteers led this game 44-19, so if you laid eight points, this was a sad ending. If you had the under, this was a sad ending. If you had Iowa and the over, then be thankful. Tennessee survived and it advances, and that is all that matters this time of year.

    For the first time since 1996 the SEC has four teams in the Sweet 16. Tennessee has zero points this season from freshmen, which in modern times is really unusual.

    CBS had the father of one of the Iowa players miked during this game; this is a bad idea. Parents should be seen and not heard during these games. Let the kids be the show.

    11) North Carolina 81, Washington 59— Tar Heels are in Sweet 16 for 4th time in five years; this wasn’t a good game. Huskies shot 36.7% from the floor.

    Washington is 48-21 in Mike Hopkins’ first two years as coach, so things are looking up for them, though they graduate three starters this spring.

    10) Texas Tech 78, Buffalo 58— Bulls hadn’t lost since February 1st; over last six years, they’re 138-62, 75-31 in MAC games. Five of their top seven players graduate; will coach Nate Oats leave for green$r pa$ture$? Now would be a good time.

    Texas Tech moves on to Anaheim, will play Michigan in the next round.

    9) Virginia Tech 67, Liberty 58— Hokies beat Duke 77-72 at home Feb 26; now they get another shot at the Blue Devils Friday night in Washington. Justin Robinson played 29:00 Sunday, so his foot must be OK. He looked a little gimpy late in Friday’s game.

    Liberty has a 5-9 freshman named Darius McGhee who played 27:00, and was 5-11 from floor, all 3-pointers, with no assists. Sounds like a good gig, take a 3-pointer every 2:00 or so.

    8) Virginia 63, Oklahoma 51—Starting center Jack Salt isn’t playing much; he has back/ankle issues. Cavaliers are basically playing six guys; Kyle Guy was 0-10 on the arc in this game but Virginia still covered a double digit spread.

    Oklahoma finished 20-14 this year, after going 18-14 LY, when they had Trae Young. Go figure.

    7) Houston 74, Ohio State 59— Cougars move on and play Kentucky Friday in Kansas City. Indiana fans who might be watching will be conflicted; they didn’t like Kelvin Sampson much when he was coach of the Hoosiers, but they really dislike Kentucky.

    6) Oregon 73, Cal-Irvine 54— Ducks are in Sweet 16 for third time in last four years; they missed their first ten shots of 2nd half as Irvine came back from down 12 at the half to the game, but Oregon pulled away late. Kenny Wooten had seven blocks; he is a force in the paint.

    5) Coaching carousel:
    — Ron Hunter bolts Georgia State for Tulane. Interesting decision; his Georgia State team would’ve clobbered Tulane this year, but AAC is a step up from the Sun Belt.
    — California fires Wyking Jones; Cal alum Jason Kidd is a possible replacement.

    4) Bryce Harper is from Las Vegas and goes to some UNLV basketball games in the winter; he has posted stuff on social media imploring UNLV to hire Memphis assistant coach Mike Miller as its new basketball coach.

    3) Two baseball players have had ten seasons with 20+ homers and 20+ stolen bases; they are father/son, Bobby and Barry Bonds. Bobby Abreu is next, with nine.

    2) They had 38,031 fans in Anaheim Stadium Sunday night for Dodgers-Angels exhibition game; they drew 23,967 in Oakland for a Giants-A’s game. Baseball season starts Thursday; we’ll have information every day from then until October.

    Russell Martin caught all eight innings for the Dodgers, which is really unusual for a spring training game.

    1) Cubs-Colorado exhibition game drew 14,022 fans Saturday night in Arizona. These games are more affordable and to lot of people, their best chance to see big league baseball.
    Remember the 3 G's Gambling, Golf, Girls not in any particular order.....

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