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Matchup Selection W/L
NBA  |  Mar 21, 2018
Clippers vs Bucks
-4 -115 at betonline
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10* Milwaukee (8:05 ET): It seems as if the top eight teams in the Eastern Conference are set. But, I wouldn't feel too comfortable quite yet if I was Milwaukee. The Bucks do have a 5.5 game cushion over Detroit for the 8th and final playoff spot, but this is a team that has been outscored over the course of the season and has been somewhat of a disaster at the betting window of late. They're just 2-10 ATS the L12 games and I played against them Monday as a short road dog in Cleveland (they lost 124-117). Tonight, they are back home, hosting a team in a similar position. The Clippers are also 37-33 SU (same record as Bucks), but by virtue of playing in the Western Conference, they're by no means guaranteed a playoff spot (currently in 10th place). As I'll get into in a bit, the schedule is unkind to LA here. Lay the points. 

The Clips missed a chance to make up some ground in the playoff chase last night as they lost 123-109 in Minnesota. That was their fourth straight loss, all of them coming to teams in the Western Conference's top eight. The last three games have seen them allow an average of 122 PPG. HC Doc Rivers called last night's effort "the most disappointing of the season" and even removed all of his starters w/ 7:22 left in the game. Really, considering an 8-15 start to the season and the fact they dealt Blake Griffin, it's pretty shocking that the Clippers are still even in playoff contention. (Not to mention, all the injuries they have sustained). But it appears as if the "end may be near" as five of the next six games are on the road (not even counting last night). Nine of the last 12 games are also against teams fighting for a playoff spot. This is not only the second game of a back to back, but the Clippers' third game in four nights and fifth in the last seven.

Meanwhile, this will only be the Bucks' third game in the last seven days, so that's a pretty clear edge. Plus they are at home where their record for the season is 22-14 SU. Injuries at the point guard position have hurt the Bucks - literally and figuratively - over the last month, but Brandon Jennings (now working on a second 10-day contract) has begun to fill in nicely. This one ultimately boils down to the schedule though as the Clippers are just 3-9 SU playing w/o rest this season. 10* Milwaukee

Matchup Selection W/L
NBA  |  Mar 21, 2018
Raptors vs Cavs
-1 -110 at pinnacle
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8* Cleveland (7:05 ET): This is a huge game for the Cavaliers, who have a chance to beat the top team in the East. Yes, there's the issue that they're still short-handed, but as long as LeBron James is out there, they have a chance to win any game. Plus, Kevin Love did return Monday when the team beat the Bucks 124-117 here at home. I can then look past some "supporting pieces" being out as the schedule is unkind to Toronto here. They are playing in the second game of a back to back (beat Orlando 93-86 last night, on the road) and their fifth game in the last seven nights. That can really take its toll on a team, even one that has won 12 of its last 13 games. This is a predictable spot for them to "slip up." Take Cleveland.

The Cavs will definitely be w/o Kyle Korver, who is back w/ his family after his brother suddenly passed away (my condolences). Tristan Thompson, Larry Nance Jr and Rodney Hood are also all listed as questionable. Of those three, Nance is the least likely to play. It's sounding like there is a chance we could see either Thompson or Hood. We will see James, who is coming off a monster game Monday night where he went for 40-12-10 while making 16 of 29 field goal attempts. He is averaging a triple double over the L18 games. Love scored 18 pts in his return and it certainly didn't appear the Cavs missed HC Tye Lue, who remains out w/ an illness. This is a huge revenge game for Cleveland, who was dealt its worst loss of the season by the Raptors, back on January 11th - up in Toronto - 133-99 as 2.5-pt favorites. As you can tell, there's been a huge shift by the oddsmakers since that time. 

Toronto seems well on its way to earning homecourt advantage in the Eastern Conference (five-game lead over Boston, 11.5 game lead over Cleveland). They have pretty clearly been the best team in the East all season long, which is confirmed by a point differential (+8.6 per game) that is a full point better than Golden State. But this game is on the road, not at home where they are 29-6 SU this season. Furthermore, as alluded to earlier, the schedule is not kind to them for this national TV showdown. Orlando to Cleveland is a worse back to back than normal and this will be a third game in four nights as well as fifth in seven. Leading scorer DeMar DeRozan has been battling a thigh bruise (sat out last night) and is not 100%. Revenge, the schedule and desperation add up to the Cavaliers being a great play tonight on ESPN. 8* Cleveland

Matchup Selection W/L
NHL  |  Mar 21, 2018
Ducks vs Flames
UNDER 5½ -123 Won
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10* Under Ducks/Flames (9:35 ET): This is an incredibly important game for both sides as they try and work their way into the top eight in the Western Conference. Anaheim currently occupies that eighth and final playoff spot, but it's a precarious hold as Dallas and St. Louis are each within three points of them. A win here though and the Ducks would move past the Kings for third place in the Pacific Division, a spot which guarantees you a playoff berth. Meanwhile, Calgary's playoff hopes are looking to be on "life support." They've fallen a bit behind the pack (trail Anaheim by six points) and are 11th in the Western Conference standings, meaning they need to jump at least three teams. Their -18 YTD goal differential does not exactly bode well for their future either.  

But I'm not making a play on the side for this one. They've lost eight of 11, including three straight, but you have to think the Flames are going to come in highly motivated tonight. After all, they were just beaten by lowly Arizona (5-2, on the road) Monday night. It was their third consecutive game allowing at least four goals and they've also allowed that many each of the last four times they have lost. A 3-14 head to head record w/ Anaheim is another reason not to like Calgary here, but you have to take into account than the Ducks are a subpar team on the road. They've won their last three games, but all three wins were at home. Over the last month, they've played only three road games and totaled just three goals in them (all losses). 

Despite an average of more than 40 shots per game, Calgary has averaged just 1.8 goals its last five contests. Many times, I might then forecast some sort of offensive explosion is forthcoming. But not here. The Flames only rank 25th in the league in goals per game to begin with and Anaheim ranks 5th in goals allowed. All three head to head meetings this season between these two have stayed Under the total. I see this one following suit as the Ducks are off B2B four-goal games, meaning they're more likely to regress than Calgary is to improve on the offensive end. The Ducks are also 23-12 Under this season, in road games, when the total is 5.5. The Under is also 14-7 in goaltender John Gibson's 21 road starts. I have to think Calgary G Mike Smith is set to perform better as well. 10* Under Ducks/Flames  

Matchup Selection W/L
NHL  |  Mar 21, 2018
Coyotes vs Sabres
-120 at pinnacle
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8* Buffalo (7:05 ET): While roughly two-thirds of the league continues to compete either to get into or strengthen their position for the Stanley Cup Playoffs, the respective fate of these two clubs has long been known and has nothing to do w/ the postseason. Buffalo and Arizona, basically all season long, have been the worst teams in their respective conferences. They both come into Wednesday night as two of the four teams in the league officially eliminated from playoff contention. Buffalo has the fewest points (58) and also the worst goal differential (-64), so you can make the case that they are the worst team in the league. But even though Arizona has played better of late (6-3-1 L10), they are only one point in front of the Sabres. The game is in Buffalo and I actually see some value here in this battle of also-rans. 

Tonight is the start of a six-game road trip for the Coyotes, who will travel through the Southeastern U.S. (Carolina, Florida, Tampa Bay) before ending up back West (LA, Vegas). Though they have played better of late, it's difficult for me to envision this trip going well. For the year, the 'Yotes are only 9-17-7 on the road and they're getting outscored by over a full goal per game. The recent stretch of games has seen them play at home quite a bit as their only three road games over the last month came at Edmonton, Vancouver and Colorado. They lost two of those, only beating the Canucks, who not coincidentally are tied w/ them for last in the Pacific Division right now. Monday's 5-2 win over Calgary (at home) looks nice on paper, but came in spite of a 44-30 deficit in shots on goal. Plus, that amt of scoring from Arizona is very atypical considering they rank 30th in the league in goals per game. They have been outshot in five of the last six games.

Meanwhile, Buffalo was shutout on Monday, here at home. But that came against a great Nashville team. Tonight marks the Sabres' fifth straight game at home, so they have an edge there. (They did beat Chicago 5-3 on Saturday). Believe it or not, but Monday was only the third time since December 1st that the Sabres had been shutout. Leading scorer Jack Eichel is back, so that's a boost. My read here boils down to this is an incredibly cheap price to go against a bad Arizona team on the road. 8* Buffalo 

Matchup Selection W/L
NHL  |  Mar 22, 2018
Lightning vs Islanders
-180 at pinnacle
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8* Tampa Bay (7:05 ET): For most of this season, the Lightning have been considered the best team in the league. That line of thinking is certainly justified by the fact they have the second most points (104) and best goal differential (+59). But Boston, who recently beat them, is now hot on Tampa Bay's heels and even an Atlantic Division title is not guaranteed right now. Tonight, the Lightning have a chance to increase their division lead to six points and possibly tie Nashville (top team in the Western Conference) for most points in the league. Even on the road, it looks to be a very favorable matchup on paper w/ an Islanders team that ultimately won't make the playoffs because they are dead last in the league in goals allowed. 

Since being shutout by Boston on St. Patrick's Day, the Lightning have bounced back w/ a pair of wins over Edmonton and Toronto. Both were at home and they resumed their typical level of scoring w/ a combined seven goals in the two wins. But road play has been a major reason why the Lightning have been "out in front of the pack" for so much of this season. They are 23-11-2 away from home this year and outscoring teams by almost a full goal per game at their own rinks. That's easily the best scoring margin of any team on the road this year and really only Nashville can claim a comparable record. No team can touch the Lightning's average of 3.5 goals per game on the road. They are #1 overall in the league in goals per game and as I said earlier, the Islanders are dead last in goals allowed. In other words, I expect the visitors to score early and often tonight.

While not officially eliminated from contention, the Isles have no realistic path to the playoffs at this point. They are last in the Metro, needing to jump numerous teams, and face a 10-pt deficit w/ only nine games to go. Though they did just beat the Penguins (4-1) here at home Tuesday night, the Isles have done themselves no favors w/ a 2-7-4 stretch dating back to mid-February. I simply cannot see them beating Pittsburgh and Tampa Bay consecutively. We saw what TB can do when they stormed back from a 3-1 deficit against Toronto Tuesday. The Islanders - on average - give up some of the highest shot totals in the league. This is a great matchup for TB as goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy has a 1.73 GAA and .952 save percentage in six career regular season starts vs. NY. 8* Tampa Bay

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Mar 22, 2018
Loyola-Chicago vs Nevada
+1½ -105 at 5Dimes
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10* Loyola Chicago (7:07 ET): One of the most unlikely Sweet 16 matchups in recent memory (or ever?) takes place Thursday night in Atlanta as 7-seed Nevada meets 11-seed Loyola Chicago. As you might expect, it has not been a dominant path here for either side. Loyola, champions of the Missouri Valley, have won both games by two points or less (by nearly identical scores) and needed last second shots each time. Nevada, an at-large team that won the Mt West reg season crown (upset in conf tourney), has taken an even dicier path. They've trailed by double digits in the second half of both games - including down 22 to Cincinnati on Sunday. By rule, one of these teams is actually going to end up in the Elite 8 and I'm going to side w/ the one that has the clear edge in defensive efficiency, the metric I've been harping on all tournament long.

Defensive efficiency is the metric I leaned on heavily when it came to key second round calls such as Clemson over Auburn, Florida State over Xavier and Texas A&M over North Carolina. Now, going by that standard, Nevada should have been eliminated back in the Rd of 64. They've beaten Texas (#12 in def efficiency) and Cincinnati (#2). I laid off the Nevada-Cincinnati game though (spread too high) and it's obviously a good thing I did. But it bears mentioning that the Wolfpack - by a wide margin - have the lowest defensive efficiency rating of any team still left in the Tournament, They are 109th in that department. The next worst team is Florida State at #55. Six of the Sweet 16 teams are top 10 in defensive efficiency and 12 are in the top 30. Loyola Chicago, for the record, is 27th. In the regular season, they held opponents to 33.2% shooting from three-point range and turned them over only roughly 20% of all possessions. 

The Ramblers come into the Sweet 16 having won 19 of 20 games (only loss was by 2 at Bradley). I played them against Miami in the Rd of 64 and remember what I said in my analysis. This team beat Florida earlier in the year. They're not all defense either. They also rank third in the country in field goal percentage made (50.6%). They've also connected on 39% of their three-point attempts in this Tournament. Yes, both wins were close, but they never trailed in the manner Nevada did in both of its games. The Wolfpack looked like an inferior side against Texas (needed OT) and Cincy before miracle comebacks. Trailing by double digits in B2B games is not a sign of an Elite 8 team. 10* Loyola Chicago


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