cnotes Posts:24360 Followers:32
02/04/2012 02:13 PM

NBA

Saturday, February 4

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Pick 'n' roll: Saturday's best NBA bets
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Golden State Warriors at Sacramento Kings (-1.5, 199.5)

You can’t say that Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson doesn’t have the pulse of his team.

He kept starters Monta Ellis, Stephen Curry and Andris Biedrins on the bench for almost all of the fourth quarter when these two teams met on Tuesday. The move wasn’t meant to punish his stars, he was just riding his team’s momentum and the Warriors came away with a 93-90 comeback win.

After getting that rest, Ellis and Curry combined for 62 points in Thursday’s 119-101 blowout victory over Utah.

"At their best, I'd put them up against anybody in the game," Jackson said of his two sharpshooters. "We know what they're capable of doing. The challenge to them is not to tease us."

Golden State has now won a season-high three straight games should be able to get the better of Sacto again if they can keep this rotation going.

Pick: Warriors


Los Angeles Clippers at Washington Wizards (7.5, 199)

The Clippers are the toast of Los Angeles right now, but they’re not going to cruise through this season without some bumps along the way.

They hit a major pothole in the road Thursday when they were blown out by the Denver Nuggets 112-91 as 1-point favorites, snapping the club’s four-game winning streak.

The Clippers came out like a house on fire, opening up a 13-point lead in the first quarter, but then found themselves trailing by 19 at the end of the third frame.

"It's real crazy," Chris Paul told reporters after the game, "but that's been a thing for us this season. We get off to really good starts and our second quarters haven't been the best. Like we've been saying about a lot of things, we're still a work in progress."

After a little rest, expect the Clippers to take their frustrations out on the Wizards, who were spanked by the lowly Raps on Friday night.

Pick: Clippers


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02/04/2012 02:15 PM

NHL
Armadillo's Write-Up

Saturday, February 4

Hot teams
-- Devils won three of their last four road games.
-- Pittsburgh won eight of its last nine games. Bruins are 9-1 in game following their last ten losses.
-- Canucks won six of their last eight road games.
-- Since the coaching change, Kings are 9-1 in game following a loss.
-- Lightning won five of its last six games. Florida won three of its last four.
-- Islanders won five of their last seven games.
-- Sharks won their last three games, allowing two goals.
-- Nashville won five of its last six games. Blues won nine of their last twelve.
-- Minnesota won three of its last four games.
-- Red Wings won four of their last five road games. Edmonton won four of its last five at home.

Cold teams
-- Flyers lost three of their last four home games.
-- Canadiens lost seven of their last ten games. Washington lost six of its last seven road games.
-- Avalanche lost their last four games, scoring six goals.
-- Carolina is 1-9 in game following its last ten wins.
-- Sabres lost six of their last eight games.
-- Ottawa lost its last five games, scoring eight goals. Maple Leafs lost five of their last six road games.
-- Coyotes lost seven of their last nine games.
-- Dallas Stars lost six of their last eight games.

Totals
-- Four of last five New Jersey road games stayed under total.
-- Over is 3-1-1 in last five Pittsburgh games.
-- Last four Washington games went over the total.
-- Under is 8-1-1 in Colorado's last ten home games.
-- Under is 9-1-2 in Kings' last dozen away games.
-- Over is 6-1-1 in Florida's last eight road games.
-- Four of last five Buffalo games stayed under total.
-- Eight of last ten Toronto games stayed under the total.
-- Under is 9-3 in last dozen San Jose road games.
-- Under is 4-1-1 in last six St Louis games.
-- Three of last four Dallas games went over the total.
-- Eight of last ten Detroit games stayed under the total.

Series records
-- Road team won five of last six Devil-Flyer games.
-- Road team won last six Pittsburgh-Boston games.
-- Canadiens lost four of last five games, with Washington.
-- Canucks won 10 of last 12 vs Colorado, blanking them in last two games.
-- Carolina lost 4-3 at Staples Center in LY's meeting.
-- Tampa Bay won last three games vs Florida, outscoring them 11-4.
-- Islanders won six of last seven games with Buffalo.
-- Senators won six of last nine games against Toronto.
-- Sharks won ten of last twelve games with Phoenix.
-- Blues/Predators split their lat ten games in Nashville.
-- Minnesota won last two games vs Dallas, after losing previous five.
-- Red Wings won their last seven games with Edmonton.

Back-to-Back
-- Los Angeles lost six of eight when it played the night before.
-- Panthers are 2-5 when they played the night before.
-- Islanders are 3-3 if they played night before, 0-2 at home.
-- Ottawa is 3-4 if it lost the night before.
-- St Louis is 1-3 if it won the night before.

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cnotes Posts:24360 Followers:32
02/04/2012 02:17 PM

NHL

Saturday, February 4

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Hockey Night In Canada: NHL betting preview
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Toronto Maple Leafs at Ottawa Senators (-135, 5.5)

Precious points are on the line in the home of the All-Star Game. The Eastern Conference playoff race is headed for the home stretch, and these two rivals are jockeying for position at the bottom of the mix.

The trials of topsy-turvy Toronto

It seems that the Maple Leafs are quite content being one of the league's most inconsistent teams. Of course, that's just fine when things are going well, and right now, they are on the upswing. Toronto has points in its last four games and has won three of those outings.

Even forgotten goaltender James Reimer got into the act Wednesday, as he blanked the surging Penguins 1-0 in Toronto, making 25 saves. He doesn't lead the Maple Leafs in wins (Jonas Gustavsson, 16) or goals-against average (Gustavsson, 2.77), but the netminder who entered the season as Toronto's No. 1 will still be a vital part to the postseason push. Anything that builds his confidence is a plus for the Maple Leafs. With two consistent goaltenders in the fold, Toronto will have a major advantage over the rest of the playoff hopefuls.

Back on home ice... finally

After hosting All-Star Week festivities in their city, the Senators have had a slow week. Headed into Friday night's game against the Islanders, Ottawa had only played one tilt since the break - a 4-3 loss to the Bruins in Boston Tuesday. The Sens blew a 3-1 lead and didn’t have a single power play in the road defeat.

But the weekend brought hope to Ottawa, the Eastern Conference's biggest surprise this season. The Senators, who before Friday hadn’t hosted a game since Jan. 16, entered the Islanders game in sixth place in the conference with 60 points. And the better news is that January - a month in which Ottawa lost its final four games - is over.

Armstrong’s arrival

Toronto forward Colby Armstrong won't light the lamp much for the Maple Leafs the rest of the way, but the team is happy to have him back nonetheless. Armstrong returned from a concussion in the win over Pittsburgh Wednesday. It was just his 10th game of the season.

Armstrong played well, posting three shots on 12 shifts for 10:27 of ice time. He's still looking for his first goal of the season and he has just one point all year. But the 2001 first-round draft pick of the Penguins is back and can be that grinder that coach Ron Wilson needs down the stretch.

History

Ottawa has won the last three in this great rivalry, including a 3-2 decision on Jan. 17. Toronto has won just one of the four meetings this year and just four of the last 10 against the Senators overall. Eight of the last 10 Maple Leafs games have gone under.




Detroit Red Wings at Edmonton Oilers (140, 5.5)

Here comes big, bad Detroit, the Western Conference’s No. 1 seed. And waiting to welcome them? The Edmonton Oilers who have just 45 points. But funny things happen on Hockey Night in Canada.

Super Sam

The Oilers would have taken a win over the Blackhawks any way they could have gotten it Thursday. But the way they orchestrated the surprising 8-4 decision - thanks to Sam Gagner - made it even sweeter. Gagner had four goals and four assists to tie an Oilers record of eight points in a single game.

Gagner now is among elite Oilers company. Wayne Gretzky and Paul Coffey both achieved that feat before, and he ended the game just two points away from the NHL record of 10, established by Toronto’s Darryl Sittler on Feb. 7, 1976.

The amazing thing is that Gagner is just 22 years old and had only five goals on the year before Thursday night.

Deep getting deeper

The Red Wings, who outlasted Vancouver 4-3 in a shootout Thursday, were happy to see forward Tomas Holmstrom back in the lineup against the Canucks. Holmstrom sat out Tuesday’s 3-1 win in Calgary with soreness in both knees. He had injections last week and was able to rest through the All-Star break, but still needed some extra time.

Holmstrom took 14 shifts in the win and had 11:08 of ice time. He registered two hits as Detroit won for the ninth time in its last 10 tries. Holmstrom has eight goals and 18 points in 44 games this season.

Joltin’ Jordan

Lost in the glory of Gagner Thursday night was a milestone for Edmonton right wing Jordan Eberle. The youngster, who has produced in good times and bad this season for Edmonton, had four points against Chicago, including three assists.

Eberle reached the 20-goal mark and now has an even 50 points. He had five shots on goal in the victory, and a block as well. And for those tracking tonight's matchup, Eberle had a goal and three shots in a 3-2 loss to Detroit on Dec. 19.

History

Detroit has won the last seven installments of this series, including that aforementioned 3-2 decision in December and a 3-0 victory on Nov. 11. The last three games between these two have gone under. Edmonton has just one over in its last four overall.


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cnotes Posts:24360 Followers:32
02/04/2012 02:18 PM

NHL

Saturday, February 4

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Ice picks: Saturday's best NHL bets
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New Jersey Devils at Philadelphia Flyers (-160, 5.5)

The Philadelphia Flyers began their recent hot streak by defeating the New Jersey Devils on Jan. 21. The 4-1 triumph in the Garden State ignited a 3-0-2 stretch for Peter Laviolette's club, which sits just three points behind the Atlantic Division-leading New York Rangers.

The Flyers will look to maintain their recent mastery of the Devils when the two teams meet in the City of Brotherly Love on Saturday afternoon. Philadelphia is 2-0-1 against New Jersey this season. Wayne Simmonds has fared well versus the Devils, scoring a goal and setting up two others in the teams' last outing.

Simmonds also tallied twice in the Flyers' 4-1 victory over the streaking Nashville Predators on Thursday and sits one goal shy of matching his career high.

For its part, New Jersey won its second straight after overcoming a pair of two-goal deficits to post a 5-3 win over the Montreal Canadiens on Thursday.

Looks like we're in for some offense in this matinee.

Pick: Over


San Jose Sharks at Phoenix Coyotes (115, 5)

The San Jose Sharks have certainly found their offense over the All-Star break. After scoring just six goals in their previous four games, the Sharks have exploded for 11 in a pair of wins since returning to action.

Coach Todd McLellan's club will look to continue its scoring ways on Saturday when it visits the desert to face the Pacific Division foe Phoenix Coyotes. San Jose has dominated the rivalry as of late, winning three in a row and 10 of 12 versus Phoenix.

All-Star C Logan Couture extended his point streak to five games with a goal and an assist in Thursday's 5-2 victory over the Dallas Stars. Couture, who has collected three goals and five assists during the stretch, has recorded eight points in as many career games versus the Coyotes.

While San Jose has ascended to the top of the division, Phoenix has plummeted into fourth place in the Pacific after losing 13 of its last 17 contests (4-8-5). The Coyotes dropped to 1-2-1 on its current six-game homestand with Tuesday's 4-1 loss to the division cellar-dwelling Anaheim Ducks.

We like the Sharks to keep it going, but with this price tag we'll look at the over.

Pick: Over

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02/04/2012 02:19 PM

NHL
Dunkel

Vancouver at Colorado
The Avalanche look to build on their 6-0 record in their last 6 games as a home underdog of +110 to +150. Colorado is the pick (+130) according to Dunkel, which has the Avalanche favored by 1. Dunkel Pick: Colorado (+130). Here are all of today's picks.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4

Game 51-52: New Jersey at Philadelphia (1:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: New Jersey 11.973; Philadelphia 10.694
Dunkel Line & Total: New Jersey by 1 1/2; 5
Vegas Line & Total: Philadelphia (-165); 5 1/2
Dunkel Pick: New Jersey (+145); Under

Game 53-54: Pittsburgh at Boston (1:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Pittsburgh 11.213; Boston 11.592
Dunkel Line & Total: Boston by 1/2; 6
Vegas Line & Total: Boston (-155); 5 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Boston (-155); Over

Game 55-56: Washington at Montreal (2:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Washington 11.098; Montreal 11.886
Dunkel Line & Total: Montreal by 1; 5 1/2
Vegas Line & Total: Montreal (-120); 5
Dunkel Pick: Montreal (-120); Over

Game 57-58: Vancouver at Colorado (3:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Vancouver 10.445; Colorado 11.539
Dunkel Line & Total: Colorado by 1; 5
Vegas Line & Total: Vancouver (-150); 5 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Colorado (+130); Under

Game 59-60: Los Angeles at Carolina (7:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Los Angeles 12.377; Carolina 10.909
Dunkel Line & Total: Los Angeles by 1 1/2; 5 1/2
Vegas Line & Total: Los Angeles (-115); 5
Dunkel Pick: Los Angeles (-115); Over

Game 61-62: Florida at Tampa Bay (7:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Florida 12.231; Tampa Bay 11.202
Dunkel Line & Total: Florida by 1; 4 1/2
Vegas Line & Total: Tampa Bay (-140); 5 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Florida (+120); Under

Game 63-64: Buffalo at NY Islanders (7:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Buffalo 12.056; NY Islanders 11.290
Dunkel Line & Total: Buffalo by 1; 4 1/2
Vegas Line & Total: NY Islanders (-140); 5 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Buffalo (+120); Under

Game 65-66: Toronto at Ottawa (7:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Toronto 11.111; Ottawa 12.093
Dunkel Line & Total: Ottawa by 1; 6 1/2
Vegas Line & Total: Ottawa (-130); 5 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Ottawa (-130); Over

Game 67-68: San Jose at Phoenix (8:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: San Jose 11.335; Phoenix 11.968
Dunkel Line & Total: Phoenix by 1/2; 6
Vegas Line & Total: San Jose (-135); 5
Dunkel Pick: Phoenix (+115); Over

Game 69-70: St. Louis at Nashville (8:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: St. Louis 11.798; Nashville 12.687
Dunkel Line & Total: Nashville by 1; 4
Vegas Line & Total: Nashville (-120); 5
Dunkel Pick: Nashville (-120); Under

Game 71-72: Minnesota at Dallas (8:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Minnesota 11.162; Dallas 11.470
Dunkel Line & Total: Dallas by 1/2; 4 1/2
Vegas Line & Total: Dallas (-155); 5
Dunkel Pick: Dallas (-155); Under

Game 73-74: Detroit at Edmonton (10:00 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Detroit 10.844; Edmonton 12.498
Dunkel Line & Total: Edmonton by 1 1/2; 6
Vegas Line & Total: Detroit (-160); 5 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Edmonton (+140); Over

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02/04/2012 02:20 PM

NHL
Short Sheet

Saturday, February 4

NEW JERSEY at PHILADELPHIA, 1:05 PM ET
NEW JERSEY: 4-0 SU Away after scoring 5+ goals
PHILADELPHIA: 5-10 SU at home off win by 3+ goals

PITTSBURGH at BOSTON, 1:05 PM ET
PITTSBURGH: 7-0 SU Away w/ same season revenge
BOSTON: 2-7 SU in February home games

WASHINGTON at MONTREAL, 2:05 PM ET
WASHINGTON: 1-10 SU Away off Away game
MONTREAL: 2-10 SU revenging home loss

VANCOUVER at COLORADO, 3:05 PM ET
VANCOUVER: 14-1 SU off home loss by 1 goal
COLORADO: 0-7 SU playing 3 or less games in 10 days

LOS ANGELES at CAROLINA, 7:05 PM ET
LOS ANGELES: 13-4 SU Away off Away loss
CAROLINA: 24-44 SU off shut out win

FLORIDA at TAMPA BAY, 7:05 PM ET
FLORIDA: 5-0 SU Away revenging loss of 4+ goals
TAMPA BAY: 9-18 SU off SU loss

BUFFALO at NY ISLANDERS, 7:05 PM ET
BUFFALO: 4-17 SU as an underdog
NY ISLANDERS: 14-10 SU after allowing 1 goal or less

TORONTO at OTTAWA, 7:05 PM ET
TORONTO: 12-5 SU off home win by 1 goal
OTTAWA: 4-14 SU at home vs. division

SAN JOSE at PHOENIX, 8:05 PM ET
SAN JOSE: 2-8 SU Away off home win by 3+ goals
PHOENIX: 18-8 SU off home loss by 2+ goals

ST LOUIS at NASHVILLE, 8:05 PM ET
ST LOUIS: 5-10 SU vs. Nashville
NASHVILLE: 11-4 SU vs. division

MINNESOTA at DALLAS, 8:05 PM ET
MINNESOTA: 5-0 SU off game where both teams scored 1 goal or less
DALLAS: 6-0 SU off division loss

DETROIT at EDMONTON, 10:05 PM ET
DETROIT: 31-11 SU as favorite
EDMONTON: 7-28 SU revenging home loss

** (TC) Denotes Time Change

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cnotes Posts:24360 Followers:32
02/04/2012 07:10 PM

NBA

Saturday, February 4

Game Score Status Pick Amount

L.A. Clippers - 7:00 PM ET L.A. Clippers -8.5 500
Washington - Over 201 500

Philadelphia - 7:00 PM ET Philadelphia +3 500
Atlanta - Under 180 500

Orlando - 7:00 PM ET Orlando +5 500
Indiana - Over 188 500

New Jersey - 7:30 PM ET New Jersey +6.5 500
New York - Over 196 500

New Orleans - 7:30 PM ET Detroit +1 500
Detroit - Over 175.5 500

Dallas - 7:30 PM ET Dallas -5.5 500
Cleveland - Over 190 500

Houston - 8:00 PM ET Houston +1.5 500
Minnesota - Over 204.5 500

Chicago - 8:30 PM ET Chicago -5 500
Milwaukee - Under 187.5 500

Oklahoma City - 8:30 PM ET ( San Antonio -3 500 GOM )
San Antonio - Under 194.5 500

L.A. Lakers - 9:00 PM ET Utah -2 500
Utah - Over 188 500

Charlotte - 9:00 PM ET Charlotte +9.5 500
Phoenix - Over 188.5 500

Golden State - 10:00 PM ET Golden State +1.5 500
Sacramento - Under 199.5 500

Denver - 10:00 PM ET Denver +6 500
Portland - Under 200.5 500


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NHL

Saturday, February 4

Game Score Status Pick Amount

Toronto 0 0th Ottawa -109 500
Ottawa 0 Under 5.5 500

Buffalo 0 0th NY Islanders -114 500
NY Islanders 0 Over 5.5 500

Los Angeles 0 0th Carolina -104 500
Carolina 0 Under 5 500

Florida 0 0th Tampa Bay -128 500
Tampa Bay 0 Over 5.5 500

St. Louis - 8:00 PM ET Nashville -130 500
Nashville - Over 5 500

Minnesota - 8:00 PM ET Minnesota +136 500
Dallas - Over 5 500

San Jose - 8:00 PM ET San Jose -125 500
Phoenix - Over 5 500

Detroit - 10:00 PM ET Edmonton +139 500
Edmonton - Over 5.5 500
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Northeastern - 7:00 PM ET Northeastern +12.5 500
VCU - Over 124.5 500

Santa Clara - 7:00 PM ET San Diego -6 500
San Diego - Under 146 500

Morehead St. - 7:00 PM ET Morehead St. -1.5 500
Eastern Illinois - Under 118.5 500

Cornell - 7:00 PM ET Cornell -3.5 500
Dartmouth - Over 123 500

Texas Tech - 7:00 PM ET Texas Tech +18 500
Texas - Under 130.5 500

William & Mary - 7:00 PM ET William & Mary +7.5 500
NC-Wilmington - Over 133 500

DePaul - 7:00 PM ET Cincinnati -13.5 500
Cincinnati - Under 146.5 500

Iona - 7:00 PM ET Iona -3 500
Manhattan - Under 143.5 500

Citadel - 7:00 PM ET Elon University -10 500
Elon University - Under 138.5 500

Canisius - 7:00 PM ET Marist -5 500
Marist - Over 142.5 500

Buffalo - 7:00 PM ET Buffalo -5 500
Toledo - Over 140.5 500

Columbia - 7:00 PM ET Harvard -14.5 500
Harvard - Over 116.5 500

Indiana - 7:00 PM ET Indiana +3 500
Purdue - Under 140 500

Drexel - 7:00 PM ET Towson +17 500
Towson - Over 109.5 500

Florida International - 7:00 PM ET Florida Atlantic -10 500
Florida Atlantic - Over 126.5 500

Massachusetts - 7:00 PM ET George Washington +1.5 500
George Washington - Over 138.5 500

Richmond - 7:00 PM ET Duquesne -6 500
Duquesne - Over 143 500

Princeton - 7:00 PM ET Yale -1.5 500
Yale - Under 127.5 500

Western Michigan - 7:00 PM ET Western Michigan +9.5 500
Kent St. - Under 140.5 500

Murray St. - 7:00 PM ET Tenn-Martin +16 500
Tenn-Martin - Under 141.5 500

Northern Colorado - 7:00 PM ET Northern Colorado +12.5 500
Weber St. - Under 146.5 500

Eastern Michigan - 7:30 PM ET Eastern Michigan +14.5 500
Akron - Over 118 500

Mississippi - 8:00 PM ET Alabama -10.5 500
Alabama - Over 125 500

Marshall - 8:00 PM ET Marshall +3 500
Tulsa - Over 126 500

Georgia - 8:00 PM ET Georgia +7.5 500
Tennessee - Over 119 500

Louisiana-Monroe - 8:00 PM ET Louisiana-Monroe +12 500
Arkansas-Little Rock - Under 122 500

Eastern Kentucky - 8:00 PM ET Eastern Kentucky -4.5 500
SIU - Edwardsville - Under 131 500

Oakland - 8:00 PM ET Western Illinois -1.5 500
Western Illinois - Under 137.5 500

South Alabama - 8:00 PM ET South Alabama +3.5 500
Western Kentucky - Under 131 500

Houston - 8:00 PM ET Tulane -8 500
Tulane - Under 134.5 500

Wright St. - 8:05 PM ET Valparaiso -9 500
Valparaiso - Over 126.5 500

Missouri St. - 8:05 PM ET Drake -2.5 500
Drake - Under 131.5 500

Bradley - 8:05 PM ET Bradley +11.5 500
Illinois St. - Under 135.5 500

Oral Roberts - 8:30 PM ET North Dakota State -1 500
North Dakota State - Under 139.5 500

UMKC - 8:30 PM ET UMKC +2.5 500
South Dakota - Under 134.5 500

Tennessee St. - 8:30 PM ET Tennessee St. +1 500
SE Missouri St. - Under 136 500

Southern Utah - 8:30 PM ET Southern Utah +14.5 500
South Dakota State - Over 143.5 500

Louisiana-Lafayette - 8:30 PM ET Louisiana-Lafayette -2 50
Troy - Under 144.5 500

Portland St. - 8:35 PM ET Northern Arizona +3 500
Northern Arizona - Under 143.5 500

Hawaii - 9:00 PM ET (Hawaii -3.5 500 GOM )
San Jose St. - Over 147 500

UAB - 9:00 PM ET UAB +4 500
Texas-El Paso - Under 114.5 500

Louisiana Tech - 9:00 PM ET New Mexico St. -13.5 500
New Mexico St. - Over 144 500

Kansas - 9:00 PM ET Missouri -3 500
Missouri - Under 145 500

Oregon - 9:00 PM ET Colorado -6.5 500
Colorado - Over 138 500

Montana - 9:00 PM ET Montana -7 500
Montana St. - Under 135.5 500

Sacramento State - 9:05 PM ET Eastern Washington -10 500
Eastern Washington - Over 135 500

UC Santa Barbara - 9:05 PM ET Cal St. Fullerton -2.5 500
Cal St. Fullerton - Over 143.5 500

San Francisco - 10:00 PM ET San Francisco +3 500
Loyola Marymount - Over 146 500

Gonzaga - 10:00 PM ET Gonzaga -13 500
Pepperdine - Under 125 500

Texas Christian - 10:00 PM ET Texas Christian +10.5 500
San Diego St. - Under 133.5 500

Indiana St. - 10:00 PM ET Indiana St. +14.5 500
Wichita St. - Over 132 500

Utah St. - 10:00 PM ET Utah St. +2 500
Fresno St. - Under 125.5 500

Brigham Young - 10:00 PM ET (Brigham Young -13 500 GOM )
Portland - Under 150.5 500

Idaho - 10:00 PM ET Idaho +9.5 500
Nevada - Over 129.5 500

UC Davis - 10:00 PM ET UC Davis +11 500
UC Riverside - Under 123.5 500

Pacific - 10:00 PM ET Pacific +2 500
UC Irvine - Under 132 500

CSU Northridge - 10:30 PM ET CSU Northridge +21 500
Long Beach St. - Over 145.5 500

Southern California - 11:00 PM ET Washington -11 500
Washington - Under 122 500

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