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Scott Spreitzer looks to slam the books with two top of the ticket plays on Wednesday! He's posted his NBA WIPEOUT GOM and his CBB Conf Revenge GOM, backed by 17-2 & 19-4 spots, revealed in the analysis!

Scott Spreitzer looks to rock the books with his CBB CONF REVENGE GAME OF THE MONTH! Scott's side is in a terrific spot to turn the tables on their opponent and that side is backed by combined spots on a red-hot 19-4, 83% winning run (revealed inside). The matchups are in place...grab the GOM right here!

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Scott Spreitzer cashed his ROAD WARRIOR GOM last night when Toronto whipped Indiana. Now grab Scott's NBA Wednesday Wipeout GAME OF THE MONTH! Scott's side is in blowout mode and backed by combined spots on a red-hot 17-2 winning ATS run. Make the move, grab the WIPEOUT then crush the books!

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Scott Spreitzer crushed the books in last year's Super Bowl, going 6-0, 100% winning side & total and all four Super Bowl props! Now grab Scott's side in Super Bowl 49, his KNOCKOUT winner. Scott enters on a smoking-hot, 65% winning run with his last 21 playoff releases and he's on 82-54 & 99-67 winning NFL runs, overall! Grab the KNOCKOUT SIDE!

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Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Jan 28, 2015
St. John's vs. Creighton
in 7h

I'm recommending a play on Creighton plus the short points on Wednesday night.  We cashed another home dog last night with Utah State on these pages and we will back another in this one.  The Blue Jays are off to a 0-8 conference start to the post-Doug McDermott era.  But the losses from last season's squad went beyond the sharp-shooting star.  Creighton also lost 3-point specialist Ethan Wragge, along with play-makers Grant Gibbs and Jahenns Manigat.  So, while the natives are getting restless, Greg McDermott is in serious rebuilding mode.  Why do we like them here?  Creighton may be 0-8 in conference play and 9-12 overall, but four losses came by four points or less, including three conference losses.  In fact, the Jays lost at Butler by 3 points, at Marquette by 1, and at home by a point to Seton Hall.  Tonight, they'll welcome St. John's to town off a hard-fought tough loss to Duke at MSG and with a date with Providence up next.  Last season, no one looked passed the Jays, but this season's roster scares no one.  And that's part of what makes the Jays dangerous in this spot.  Let's not forget Creighton beat the Oklahoma Sooners on this floor earlier this season.  St. John's enters on a 1-6 ATS slide in Big East play and they're 1-7 ATS off a SU loss.  We should also note that under Steve Lavin, the Red Storm have covered just 24 of 60 as chalk.  I'm recommending a play on Creighton plus the points on Wednesday.  Thanks & GL!  Scott Spreitzer.

Scott Spreitzer looks to rock the books with his CBB CONF REVENGE GAME OF THE MONTH! Scott's side is in a terrific spot to turn the tables on their opponent and that side is backed by combined spots on a red-hot 19-4, 83% winning run (revealed inside). Grab the GOM right here!

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Jan 27, 2015
Wyoming vs. Utah State
Utah State
Play Type: Free

I'm recommending a play on Utah State plus the points on Tuesday night.  Wyoming will head into tonight's contest having lost just three of their first 20 games this season.  They're a solid shooting team from inside the arc, but will be hard-pressed to continue to do so in this one. Wyoming has dropped two of their six road games this season and they're off of three straight tough battles.  Wyoming lost at home to San Diego State on January 14 and were taken to OT in each of their last two games, wins over Fresno State and New Mexico. I expect a bit of a letdown in this one.  No letdown for the Aggies who have dropped three of their last five and can hang their hat on a big win over Wyoming.  USU is outstanding on the defensive end where they hold teams to 38.5% shooting, including 28.1% from behind the arc, the 12th stingiest 3-point defense in the nation.  They're even stingier at home, while Wyoming averages just 58.3 ppg on the road.  The Cowboys have made just 42% of their shots in the six road games, including a miserable 26.7% from behind the arc.  Despite a loss last time out, Utah State is normally undervalued in MWC action, going 9-3 ATS in their last 12.  I believe they're undervalued again and I'm taking the points with Utah State on Tuesday night.  Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.

There are four conference matchups on Tuesday's NBA card and one is Scott's NBA CONF ROAD WARRIOR GAME OF THE MONTH! Scott's side is in a terrific spot...a favorite situation of his, and his side is also backed by combined spots on a perfect, 12-0, 100% winning run.

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Jan 27, 2015
Pittsburgh vs. Virginia Tech
Play Type: Premium

I'm laying the points with Pittsburgh on Tuesday night. Va Tech has taken on a tough slate of opponents and they're 0-7 SU in 2015. Some of the opponents have included, West Virginia, Syracuse, Louisville, North Carolina, Notre Dame, and most recently, in-state rival Virginia. The Hokies did everything but win the game against the Cavaliers, leading 43-33 with 10 minutes to go in the game. They failed to win the game thanks mostly to a serious drought, scoring just two points over a 9 1/2 minute span in the second half, before eventually losing 50-47. They were also out-dueled 12-1 on the offensive glass. The Hokies easily covered, though, and they're 4-3 ATS during the 7-game outright skid. But they have been big dogs in those contests, getting at least 9 1/2 points and as many as 22 points. That's not the case here and I expect a drop-off in intensity following the loss to Virginia. Jamie Dixon's Panthers have not been up to past editions, but at 13-7 SU, most of the losses have come against some of the nation's top teams. James Robinson and Josh Newkirk have combined for 165 assists and just 71 turnovers so far this season. As a team, Pitt has a fantastic ratio over their last five games, averaging over 15 apg while committing just 7.4 tpg. Va Tech is short-handed with the suspension of Joey Van Zegeren (9.8 ppg & 5.3 rpg), who eventually left the team. Buzz Williams is also dealing with Justin Bibbs' situation. Bibbs is Mr. Everything for the Hokies, leading the team in scoring, among other key categories. He is the straw that stirs the drink. Bibbs is not expected to play on Tuesday (concussion), but I don't mind if he plays or not. The bottom line is that five of Williams' top seven players are freshmen. They make mistakes and are horrible on the glass, ranked 322nd in rebounds per game and 335th in rebounds allowed per contest. Va Tech has averaged 24 rebounds while giving up 39 over their last five games. We should note that Pitt is on a 16-6 ATS run on the road against teams that average no more than 33 rpg...and Va Tech fits the bill. Finally, Pitt fits a CBB spot on a 30-9 ATS run, backing road faves of 3 1/2 to 9 1/2 points, provided they're off a double-digit loss and are playing a team that scored 50 points or less in their previous game. Good spot for the Panthers. I'm laying the points with Pittsburgh, my Tuesday night KNOCKOUT. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.

Matchup Selection W/L
NBA  |  Jan 27, 2015
Toronto Raptors vs. Indiana Pacers
Toronto Raptors
  at  BMAKER
Play Type: Top Premium

I'm laying the points with the Raptors on Tuesday night. It's been a tough season for Indiana right from the start. Heck, even before the start when you consider they lost Paul George for the season about 2 1/2 months before it began. They enter with a 16-30 SU mark, overall, including 8-11 at home. They're in a league-wide tough situation tonight, playing their first home game following a 5-game, 9-day road trip and with just one day off between the final road game and tonight's contest. Indiana won the road trip finale, but they have covered just 14 of their last 45 following a SU win. They're also on a 2-8 ATS slide, overall. Toronto will aim for a three-game winning streak with a win tonight. We're also getting the Raptors at the right time with DeMar DeRozan breaking out of a slump last time out, scoring 25 points on 8-of-14 shooting in a win over Detroit. The Raptors have been just fine against fellow Eastern Conference opponents, currently on a 20-8 SU run and they have won 19 of their last 23 against teams with a losing record. They win the games they're "supposed to" and I expect that trend to continue tonight. Toronto is on a 5-0 ATS run at Indiana, while the Pacers enter on a 0-7 ATS slide in same season revenge. Toronto won a December meeting 106-94 at home and I expect another win and cover tonight. I'm laying the points with the Raptors, my Road Warrior. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.

Scott Spreitzer is now in his 18th year of handicapping and can currently be seen nationally on the Proline TV show, which airs on football weekends at 7 am ET on the USA cable network. Scott is the ONLY handicapper to advance to 3 straight finals in the Sunset Station Casino Invitational in Las Vegas. In fact, he's the all-time Sunset Station Casino Invitational's WIN CHAMPION! And what's most impressive about Scott's record is that it was compiled with a high volume of selections. Scott released over 500 NFL & college football plays in 5 seasons, and finished with an awesome 59% ATS winning mark, as documented by the Sunset Station Casino and the Las Vegas betting public. Besides being a champion handicapper, Scott co-hosted the legendary Stardust Line radio show for six years and was the weekly football analyst on the Pete Rose radio show. Scott has also hosted the ESportsDaily radio show, which aired in over 60 U.S. cities. Currently, Scott is the featured handicapper for numerous radio broadcasts around the country, and has interviewed a bevy of sports figures past & present.