Joe D's NCAAB Tourney FREE WINNER
0 Reply | 249 ViewsOn 03/28/2013 04:36 AM in Cappers
Point Spread: +6/-110 Syracuse
Hello sports fans, are we having fun yet? YES WE ARE! Thursday's NCAAB Tournament schedule is the single best Tourney slate I HAVE EVR SEEN. As you know, I post less games than most because I am here to give you winners and not action. I also always have either the highest or one of the highest winning percentages in the world. This Thursday. I LOVE EACH GAME. That is why I KNOW we will go a perfect 4-0. I have this FREE WINNER in the SYRACUSE/INDIANA matchup, my 100% @ 8-0 HIGH ROLLER in the MARQUETTE/MIAMI game, 15-6 L21 100 STAR PLAY in the ARIZONA/OHIO STATE matchup, and my coveted LATE BAILOUT that were MONEY again this season on the LA SALLE/ WICHITA STATE contest. I also posted an NCAAB DISCOUNTED PKG for less than the price of 1 big game. You have trusted me for years because I have earned that trust. Today, when you come with me, I will put you on my back and carry you all the way to the bank.
Today's FREE NCAAB WINNER is Syracuse over Indiana.
Indiana was unable to control the clock and the tempo in the Temple game and needed a very late run to eke out the win as a 12-point favorite. Syracuse's zone "D" will be a nightmare for Indiana. The Orange will stifle the Hoosiers offense frustrating them, and control the tempo here. Syracuse will overload Indiana's outside shooters, Watford and Hulls. On the inside, Cody Zeller will get his points, however outside of Zeller, the Hoosiers rotate six players for most of the game, with Watford at 6'9" and all others between 6'0"-6'7". The 'Cuse's Keita is 6,10", Coleman and Christmas are both 6'9", with Grant, Southerland, and Fair are all at 6'8". They will attack Zeller and look to get the big man in foul trouble but at the very least send the 75% FT shooter to line. Just like Temple, Wisconsin, Ohio State, and Minnesota all did, as Indiana lost 3 of those 4 matchups. Syracuse has won each of their post-season games by an average of 13.8 PPG. The Orange have four players putting up DDS and five solid rebounders. They are #18 in the nation on the offensive boards while scoring 71.5 PPG. But their "D" is #3 overall, allowing a mere 37.3% FG's and #7 yielding just 28.9% beyond the arc. Indy's back court is small, very small. Syracuse's physical, speedy team will exploit this factor. Remember that all six of Indiana's losses came against physical squads... Butler, Wisconsin twice, Minnesota, Illinois, and Ohio State. The Hoosiers are 2-5 ATS their L7 games played against teams with a winning percentage of over .600, 7-18-2 ATS their L27 games played on neutral sites, and 2-5-1 ATS their L8 games played overall. Take Syracuse. Thank you.
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