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Matchup Selection W/L
NBA  |  Jan 31, 2015
Dallas Mavericks vs. Orlando Magic
Orlando Magic
+8½-110
  at  BMAKER
Lost
$110.0
Play Type: Premium

Dallas is in a terrible situational and scheduling spot for tonight’s game in Orlando.  The Mavericks won 93-72 last night in Miami, but that final score was misleading.  Dallas trailed by 12 points at the half before rallying in the second half and out-scoring Miami 60-27.  The Mavericks won, but their poor play continued, especially on the offensive end of the court.  Dallas has scored 98 points or less in five of their last six games, and it’s hard to imagine their offense playing any better tonight.  The Mavericks are playing on a back-to-back road set with this game also being their fourth in five nights.  Dallas played much bigger games against Memphis and Houston earlier this week, and after last night’s come from behind win, we do not expect Dallas to play with much effort in this game against the lowly Magic.

Orlando has been a competitive home team this season despite their limited talent.  The Magic will also play with a huge scheduling edge as this will be just their second game in five days.  Orlando has also been at home for the majority of the week, and with two full days off since their last game, we can expect the Magic to bring their best effort.  Orlando’s recent losses have all come against high octane offenses that can score the ball with high efficiency.  And Dallas was that team when the Magic last faced them, but the Mavericks have changed their identity since acquiring Rajon Rondo from Boston.  Chandler Parsons is questionable due to an illness and the Maverick's depth is already lacking, so the team is playing at a much slower pace now, and that alone will allow the Magic to hang in this game.  Orlando might be with Tobias Harris who is questionable with an ankle injury, but regardless this is a terrible spot for Dallas, so we’ll take Orlando as a home underdog on Saturday night.

9* Play MAGIC (+).

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Jan 31, 2015
Colorado vs. UCLA
UCLA
-6½-103
  at  PINNACLE
Won
$100
Play Type: Premium

Colorado comes into this game off a wild 3-overtime game at USC on Thursday night.  The Buffaloes must wheel right back and play another fast-paced team on the road just two days later.  Colorado had four players play 36 minutes or more, including three guys who played 40 minutes or more.  That was the second consecutive game in which Colorado scored 90 points or more, and there’s a good shot that the Buffaloes’ offense will regress sharply in this game.  Overall, Colorado averages just 61.3 points per game on 40.5% shooting from the field and 33.3% shooting from three-point land on the road this season.  The Buffaloes’ defense is giving up 71.9 points per game on 46.1% shooting from the field and 43.5% shooting from three-point land on the road.  That defense is going to get torched by a UCLA offense that plays their best basketball on their home court.            

UCLA is not having a good season, and their poor start has been well documented.  The Bruins are just 12-9 on the season, but ten of those wins have come at home.  UCLA’s offense has been fantastic at home where they are averaging 82.5 points per game on 47.2% shooting from the field and 42.1% shooting from three-point land.  UCLA only lost by 6 points (62-56) at Colorado earlier this season, but that game was in the midst of a 4-game road trip that included games against Kentucky and Utah.  The Bruins actually led that game with 5 minutes left to play, so despite playing in altitude in a tough spot, UCLA gave Colorado all they wanted on their home court.  UCLA is simply a much better team at home, and with Colorado off a draining 3-overtime game, we’ll lay the points with the Bruins on Saturday night.  

10* Play UCLA (-).

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Jan 31, 2015
Notre Dame vs. Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh
+5½-110
  at  5DIMES
Won
$100
Play Type: Premium

Notre Dame is having an excellent season, and they come into this game off their biggest win of the season.  The Fighting Irish beat Duke 77-73 as 1.5-point home underdogs on Wednesday night.  In their game before Duke, the Irish won at NC State in overtime.  Now they must wheel back on the road and lay points into a Pittsburgh team that is much better than their record indicates.  This is a terrible situational and scheduling spot for Notre Dame, and the matchup does them no favors either.  Notre Dame has a tremendous offense, but they play a small-ball style that leaves them extremely vulnerable inside the paint.  Pittsburgh’s trademark is having a strong interior presence, and Notre Dame will be up against it on both ends of the court.

Pittsburgh is on a 3-game losing streak, but two of those games were on the road.  They lost their last game at Virginia Tech in overtime after blowing a 7-point lead late, so it’s not like the Panthers have been playing terrible basketball.  Their other two losses were at Duke and then Louisville in back-to-back games.  Pittsburgh is back at home where they are 9-2 this season while holding opponents to just 60.1 points per game on 41.3% shooting from the field and 30.8% shooting from three-point land this season.  Despite the recent losses, Pittsburgh head coach Jamie Dixon senses his team is close to breaking out: “I keep telling them that I believe today is the day we are going to become that better defensive team. We’re not far off.”  This is a terrible spot for Notre Dame, so we’ll take the points with Pittsburgh on Saturday afternoon.

9* Play PITTSBURGH (+).

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Jan 31, 2015
North Carolina vs. Louisville
Louisville
-4½-107
  at  PINNACLE
Won
$100
Play Type: Premium

North Carolina and Louisville played earlier this month with the Tar Heels winning 72-71 at home.  That game was tied at the half, but the Cardinals actually led by 13 points in the second half before North Carolina rallied to steal the win.  Louisville now gets the rematch on their home court, and we expect them to avenge that earlier loss.  North Carolina has yet to play a conference road game against an upper echelon team, and since they lost by 14 points at Kentucky earlier this season, we do not expect the results to be pretty in this game.  North Carolina’s offense is good, but they are much more efficient at home, and they haven’t faced a defense as good as Louisville’s on the road this season.

Louisville returns home off back-to-back road wins, and since they lost their last home game to Duke, we expect a big effort in this game.  The Cardinals are 11-2 at home this season; their other loss came to Kentucky by just 8 points.  All eleven of Louisville’s home wins have come by 6 points or more, and three of North Carolina’s four losses have come by 5 points or more.  Louisville has an exceptional defense that is holding their opponents to just 51.8 points per game on 34% shooting from the field and 27.6% shooting from three-point land at home this season.  Louisville was the better team in the first meeting despite losing, so we’ll lay the points with the Cardinals in this game on Saturday afternoon.

9* Play LOUISVILLE (-).

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