Must Bet College Hoops Games Feb 24 – Mar 1

Must Bet College Hoops Games Feb 24 – Mar 1

It’s the last week before March and if you haven’t been paying attention to the college hoops season then keep reading for the games you need to target if you are betting this week.

Must Bet College Hoops Games Feb 24 – Mar 1

Monday, Feb 24

Louisville at Florida State

After a couple of terrible losses, on Feb. 19 Louisville got back on track. The Cardinals peeled Syracuse and sucked the juice out of the Orange with a 90-66 victory. FSU beat Louisville 78-65 in the last head-to-head. Will the Cards get their revenge? They will. Back Louisville SU and ATS.

Tuesday, Feb 25

Iowa at Michigan State

Michigan State should make the NCAA Tournament. But to ensure a bid, they can’t lose anymore games. As of Feb. 21, Sparty is 18-9 SU. They dominated Iowa 82-67 in the last head-to-head. That’s good news for Spartan Nation. MSU should get the win and cover on Feb. 25.

Wednesday, Feb 26

Virginia at Virginia Tech

Because the Cavaliers battle the Hokies on the road, UVA might go off an overlay. Virginia should dominate a team they beat 65-39 on Jan. 4. Back the Cavs big.

Thursday, Feb 27

Arizona at USC

Thursday’s top matchup happens in the Pac-12. The Arizona Wildcats went 3-0 SU and ATS from Feb. 13 through Feb. 20. Zona beat the Trojans 85-80 in the last head-to-head. But the young Wildcats tend to fall flat on the road. Back USC.

Saturday, Feb 29

Seton Hall at Marquette

As of Feb. 21, Hall is 19-7 SU. The Marq is 17-8 SU. The Pirates ravaged the Golden Eagles 69-55 on Jan. 11. After the loss, Marquette went 7-2 ATS in their next 9. Seton Hall went 0-3 ATS from Feb. 12 to Feb. 19. Back the Golden Eagles to get their revenge both straight up and against the spread.

Auburn at Kentucky

On Saturday, the two best squads in the SEC throw down when Auburn heads to Lexington. Auburn went 0-4 ATS from Feb. 8 through Feb. 19. Although Auburn won 75-66 in the last matchup, this is the time of the year Coal Cal’s squad picks it up. Kentucky went 4-1 ATS from Feb. 4 to Feb. 18. One of the wins both SU and ATS happened on the road against rival LSU. Wildcats roll.

Duke at Virginia

The Blue Devils have fallen on hard times. Coach K ripped into the Dookies after their 66-88 loss to North Carolina State on Feb. 19. Duke should gain some confidence with dominating wins against VA Tech and Wake Forest before this matchup. Virginia has the best defense in the nation. But as of Feb. 21, they’re 9-16 ATS. Back the Blue Devils against the spread.

Sunday, March 1

Cincinnati at Houston

From Feb. 9 through Feb. 19, the Cincinnati Bearcats went 0-4 ATS. They’re not playing as well as Houston is. With a 21-6 record, the Cougars now lead the AAC. Don’t plan on Cincy pulling off the upset. Houston wins and covers.

Must Watch NBA Games Feb 24 – Mar 1

Must Watch NBA Games Feb 24 – Mar 1

Can’t decide which NBA games to watch or bet this week? Keep reading for the games that I am targeting for the week of February 24th to March 1st.

Must Watch NBA Games Feb 24 – Mar 1

Monday, Feb 24

Memphis Grizzlies at L.A. Clippers

Memphis has a winning 30-25-1 record ATS. They’ve lost two in a row heading into this game. But the Grizz sunk the Clippers 140-114 in the last head-to-head. Give Memphis a shot to cover.

Tuesday, Feb 25

Milwaukee Bucks at Toronto Raptors

Bucks-Raptors is one of the better NBA matchups of the week. As of Feb. 20, Milwaukee is 6-1 ATS in their last 7. Giannis and Co. beat the Raptors by 10 in the last match. Bucks win and cover.

Wednesday, Feb 26

Dallas Mavericks at San Antonio Spurs

Heading into their Feb. 22 game against the Hawks, the Mavs are 3-1 ATS in their last 4. They beat San Antonio by 4 in the last. At home, the Spurs can turn the tables and cover.

Boston Celtics at Utah Jazz

Before taking on the Jazz, the Celtics must battle the Lakers on Feb. 23 and the Blazers on Feb. 25. Boston is one of the better cover teams in the NBA, though. They’re 33-20-2 as of Feb. 22. Give the Celtics a chance to play the better music in this matchup.

Thursday, Feb 27

Portland Trail Blazers at Indiana Pacers

Portland went 0-3 SU and ATS from Feb. 11 through Feb. 20. They burned the Pacers 139-129 in the last head-to-head. Victor Oladipo didn’t play in that one. He should play in this one. Pacers win and cover.

Friday, Feb 28

Denver Nuggets at L.A. Clippers

The Clippers average 115.9 points per. The Nuggets average 110.3 points per. The Nuggets have the better defense. Unless they suffer injuries, they could win this on the moneyline. If you’re risk-averse, Bogart whatever points the Clippers offer.

Saturday, Feb 29

Los Angeles Lakers at Memphis Grizzlies

On Feb. 21, the Lake Show dominated the Grizz 117-105. How much should we read into that result? Enough to predict the Lakers are an overplayed favorite here. Memphis has a solid record ATS. Also, they’re the fifth-best squad in the league from the field. At home, Memphis should keep up with LAL’s offense.

Houston Rockets at Boston Celtics

Houston rolled the Celtics 116-105 in the last head-to-head matchup. That was on Feb. 11. Not enough has changed to back Boston. They should offer the Rockets’ points while the individual matchups favor Houston. Go Rockets ATS.

Sunday, March 1

Philadelphia 76ers at L.A. Clippers

Philadelphia has turned their form around. But the 76ers play 4 matches before their March 1 battle versus LAC. 3-of-4 are against awful teams Atlanta, Cleveland, and the Knicks. The Sixers figure to bounce in a bad way after dominating those lesser foes. Clippers take this SU and ATS.

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NHL Top Plays Feb 24 – Mar 1

NHL Top Plays Feb 24 – Mar 1

If you haven’t been keeping up with the 2020 NHL season keep reading for my top NHL plays for the week for you to cash in on your hockey bets.

NHL Top Plays Feb 24 – Mar 1

Monday, Feb 24

Ottawa Senators at Columbus Blue Jackets

Ottawa remains one of the worst teams in NHL. As of Feb. 21, the Senators have a 29-21-6-5 record. But the Blue Jackets lost 7 straight from Feb. 8 through Feb. 20. The Senators can lay down the law with an upset win.

Tuesday, Feb 25

New York Rangers at New York Islanders

Heading into the week, NYR is scorching. They won a blistering 6-of-7 from Feb. 9 through Feb. 21. But the Islanders dumped them 4-2 in the last head-to-head. Back NYI to make it 2 in a row versus the Ranges.

Wednesday, Feb 26

Buffalo Sabres at Colorado Avalanche

As of Feb. 21, the Sabres are 9-15-4-0 in away games. The Avalanche bogarted goals in a 6-1 beating in the last matchup. Avs by at least 2.

Thursday, Feb 27

Dallas Stars at Boston Bruins

Heading into their Feb. 23 match against Chicago, the Stars are 5-2 SU in their last 7. Boston went 9-1 SU from Feb 1 to Feb 21, though. Bruins rock Dallas.

Friday, Feb 28

Pittsburgh Penguins at Anaheim Ducks

The Ducks languish near the bottom of the Pacific Division. But although Anaheim is overmatched in this, they can pull off the upset. Pittsburgh’s away record is 15-11-2-0 as of Feb. 21. Plus, they beat the Ducks by a single goal, 2-1, in the last head-to-head match.

Saturday, Feb 29

Calgary Flames at Tampa Bay Lightning

Tampa put out the flame the last time they met Calgary. TB blasted Cal 6-3 in the last matchup. The Lightning lost to Vegas on Feb. 20. Before that, they had won 11 in a row. TB wins this by 2 or more.

As of Feb. 20, Winnipeg is 6-2 SU in their last 8. They figure to carry their hot-hand into next week. Edmonton must play 3 road matchups before tackling the Jets on Saturday. Go Jets.

Sunday, March 1

Vancouver Canucks at Columbus Blue Jackets

In the last match, Columbus made the Canucks drop the body. How else to describe a 5-0 beat down? That was in March 2019, though. Columbus is much worse while the Canucks are much better. Vancouver wins.

L.A. Kings at Vegas Golden Knights

Back Vegas on the puck line. The Golden Knights should pummel the worst team in the Pacific Division on Sunday. Vegas had a good week, going 4-0 from Feb. 13 through Feb. 20. They go all Excalibur on the Kings.

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