jimmythegreek Posts:12596 Followers:392
On 01/07/2012 01:09 AM in NBA


Did last night's Golden State/LA Lakers game go over? I mean we're talking 39-35 at halftime in which LA rallied in the second half to win 97-90 behind Kobe's 39. 113 second half points were scored in the second half, but something smelled fishy especially when you see a Golden State/Lakers game total set at only 186 when you'd expect to see at least 202 203 at the very minimum.

Somehow it's better to be good than lucky and sorry under players as this was a tough defeat. Of the 12 NBA games this evening, with the exception of the GS/LAL game which eclipsed the posted total by a point, Atlanta/Charlotte game going to overtime and the NJN/Toronto game going over by a half point, the other 9 games went significantly under. Think the shortened condensed schedule with more games in more nights has a lot to do with it? Yeah, me too.

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bill2266 Posts:1089 Followers:20
01/07/2012 02:53 AM

thats was weird it did look like a under game.

thomas Posts:237 Followers:4
01/07/2012 05:37 AM

Any things that involve in the $$$ will be surprised every second of games :)

delusion2 Posts:987 Followers:5
01/07/2012 08:44 AM

I agree, have been doing well on the o/u in pro hoops oops,,, probably just jinxed myself

finance Posts:9342 Followers:230
01/07/2012 09:37 AM

I think they are setting lines low but apparently not low enough....my program keeps spitting out overs....going to look much harder before playing any more for a bit...

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deadphish Posts:739 Followers:4
01/07/2012 04:07 PM

its gonna be a wacky year. im not doing so well thus far. gonna start playing teasers on the under.