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  1. #331
    Cambage, Wings try to soar past Sky

    Center Liz Cambage and the red-hot Dallas Wings will go for their eighth win in the past nine games when they visit the Chicago Sky on Friday night at Wintrust Arena.

    Dallas (14-9) is coming off a 90-81 win over the Washington Mystics in a nationally televised game Thursday night. The victory put the Wings a season-high five games above .500 as they seek their first winning record in three seasons since the franchise moved from Tulsa.

    Cambage has put the team on her back during its recent hot streak. She set a WNBA single-game scoring record by scoring 53 points with 10 rebounds and five blocks on Tuesday in a win over the New York Liberty. Two nights later, she led Dallas with 35 points on 12-for-23 shooting to go along with 17 rebounds and four assists.

    Cambage's 88 points marks the most in a two-game span in WNBA history. The previous record holder was Minnesota Lynx forward Maya Moore, who once scored 80 points in back-to-back contests.

    Cambage is also the first player since Moore in 2014 to record back-to-back games with at least 30 points and 10 rebounds.

    Players across the WNBA have reached out to Cambage during her historic run.

    "I've already had a lot of the girls reach out, (like) Candace Parker," Cambage said. "It means a lot to see other players feeling it and wishing me well after a game like that."

    It will be up to Chicago (7-16) to try to put a stop to the Wings' wild success. The Sky enter the game as underdogs after losing each of their past four contests, with each of those losses coming by double digits.

    Allie Quigley leads the Sky with 16.1 points per game. Rookie Diamond DeShields also has provided a bright spot to an otherwise dreary season for Chicago by averaging 13.4 points and 4.9 rebounds.

    Quigley acknowledged that opposing defenses have paid extra attention to stopping her as of late.

    "I just have to read the defense and if they're taking something away, sometimes I just have to be OK with cutting away and spacing the floor," Quigley said to the Chicago Daily Herald. "It's just about reading the defense and not overthinking it. I am (getting more defensive attention). But you just have to adjust to it."

    Courtney Vandersloot (10.9 points per game) and Cheyenne Parker (9.6 points) are next on the Sky scoring list.

    The Wings have plenty of firepower in addition to Cambage. Four other players scored in double digits in Thursday's win over Washington, including the backcourt tandem of Azura Stevens (11 points) and Skylar Diggins-Smith (10). Meanwhile, forwards Kayla Thornton (15) and Glory Johnson (13) also enjoyed strong performances.

    Chicago is 5-7 at home. Dallas is 5-6 on the road.

  2. #332
    Numbers don't add up for Fever against Sparks

    Sometimes, the stats just don't lie.

    Los Angeles has had an up-and-down season, while Indiana's has mostly been down. The one bright spot for the 2-21 Fever was a win over defending champion Minnesota. On Thursday, they get a chance to knock off the Sparks, the other team involved in the past two WNBA titles, when the two collide at Staples Center in Los Angeles.

    But defeating the Sparks (14-9) is going to be a tall order for the Fever.

    Just look at the stats.

    While the Sparks' offense averages a pedestrian 79.4 points per game, the Fever are dead last at 75.2. Los Angeles is much more efficient, connecting on 46.3 percent of its field-goal attempts, including 35.4 percent of their shots beyond the arc.

    Indiana shoots a league-worst 40.9 percent from the field and only 31.6 percent from 3-point range.

    The Sparks, surprisingly with such a dominant front court anchored by Nneka Ogwumike and Candace Parker, is the worst rebounding team in the league at 30.1 boards per game.

    The Sparks make up for that deficiency on defense. They allow only 77.4 points per game while the Fever give up 85.3 points per game.

    The two teams played back in May in Indiana with the Sparks walking away with an 87-70 victory. Parker didn't play as she recovered from offseason back issues. Ogwumike scored 25 and got plenty of help from Odyssey Sims (17 points) and Chelsea Gray (12 points).

    The Fever were held to 38.7 percent from the field and committed 14 turnovers.

    In a June 19 game at Staples, the Sparks held the Fever to 55 points in a 19-point win. Only the New York Liberty have scored fewer points (54 in a loss to the Sparks on June 24) this season.

    The Fever made just 30.4 percent of their field-goal attempt and only 3 of 14 from 3-point range. They also turned the ball over 17 times.

    Despite their struggles, Fever head coach Pokey Chatman remains upbeat.

    "We're not dealing with the reloading of things," Chatman said. "We just have to continue to fight through the adversity and make sure we stay connected to the message and trust the process. We need to have some grit and some plucky about us, and get some stuff done."

    The Sparks have had their share of adversity as they prepare to face the Fever for a third and final time. Los Angeles already has lost more games this season than in the past two seasons.

    But Indiana has lost five straight, their most recent loss on Wednesday on the road against the Lynx.

    Candace Dupree led the Fever with 20 points. But of more importance, she became only the eighth player in league history to record 2,700 rebounds.

    "People talk about moral victories, for me it's about being disciplined and what you're capable of doing," Chatman said. "At the end of the day, if five Olympians and having many All-Stars gets the best of you, I'll sleep at night."

    As if the Sparks need even more of an advantage, while the Fever were on the road, Los Angeles has been resting up since a deceiving 21-point win on the road Sunday against upstart Las Vegas.

    Typical of the Sparks, it was their defense that paved the way to victory.

    There were 19 lead changes and the Aces were up by one with just under nine minutes when the Sparks went on an 18-3 run to win the rubber match between the two this season. The Sparks outscored the Aces 35-15 in the fourth.

    "Our defense was pretty good," Sparks head coach Brian Agler said. "When you start making shots your offense looks good. ... We finished the game very strong. People don't know how difficult this league is."

    Los Angeles' balance was on display and Parker took notice after nearly recording a triple-double (34 points, 11 rebounds and nine assists).

    "Every game is different is terms of us being talented on our team that I think anybody can step up and have a big game," she said.

    Gray did just that -- step up in a big way. She didn't miss a shot going 9-for-9 from the field.

    The Sparks might just be ready to hit their stride, Parker said. And that's bad news for the rest of the contenders.

    "In order for us to be considered be great, we have to play consistently," Parker said after the win in Las Vegas. "This was a great start and great game at the right direction."

  3. #333

    SEA at CONN 07:00 PM
    SEA +2.5
    O 173.5

    DAL at CHI 09:00 PM
    DAL -7.5
    U 178.5

    IND at LA 10:30 PM
    IND +15.5
    U 155.0

  4. #334
    Vandersloot has triple-double to help Sky beat Wings
    July 20, 2018

    CHICAGO (AP) Courtney Vandersloot became the seventh player to have a triple-double in WNBA history, finishing with 13 points, 10 rebounds and a career-best 15 assists in the Chicago Sky's 114-99 victory over the Dallas Wings on Friday night.

    Vandersloot set a franchise record with 10 first-half assists and tied her team mark of 14 midway through the third quarter. Ticha Penicheiro holds the league record with 16, which she accomplished twice - in 1998 and 2002.

    Kahleah Copper scored a career-high 23 points on 9-of-10 shooting to help Chicago (8-16) snap a four-game losing streak. Allie Quigley added 21 points as the Sky scored the most points in franchise history, topping 107.

    Dallas center Elizabeth Cambage's consecutive games with 35-plus points came to an end after being double-teamed for much of the game. She finished with 23 points for her 13th 20-point game of the season.

    Skylar Diggins-Smith added 21 points for Dallas (14-10), and Azura Stevens had 14 points and a career-high nine rebounds.

    STORM 78, SUN 65

    UNCASVILLE, Conn. (AP) - Jewell Loyd scored 20 of her season-high 31 points in the second half to help WNBA-leading Seattle beat Connecticut.

    Loyd was 11 of 15 from the field - hitting four of Seattle's 11 3-pointers.

    Sue Bird added 17 points and three 3-pointers to help Seattle (18-6) win for the eighth time on the road this season. She moved into third, passing Becky Hammon, in WNBA history with her 830th 3-pointer. Breanna Stewart chipped in with 10 points on 3-of-11 shooting.

    Chiney Ogwumike had 21 points and 12 rebounds for Connecticut (12-12).

    FEVER 78. SPARKS 76

  5. #335
    Time (ET) Away Home Site
    3:00 PM Washington Mystics New York Liberty Westchester County Center
    10:00 PM Minnesota Lynx Phoenix Mercury Talking Stick Resort Arena


    Wnba july record: Overall picks.

    Date w-l-t % units record

    07/20/2018 3-3-0 50.00% -1.50
    07/19/2018 3-3-0 50.00% -1.50
    07/18/2018 2-0-0 100.00% +10.00
    07/17/2018 1-0-1 100.00% +5.00
    07/15/2018 2-8-0 20.00% -34.00
    07/14/2018 0-2-0 0.00% -11.00
    07/13/2018 4-4-0 50.00% -2.00
    07/12/2018 2-0-0 100.00% +10.00
    07/10/2018 4-2-0 66.67% +9.00
    07/08/2018 1-4-1 20.00% -17.00
    07/07/2018 2-4-0 33.33% -12.00
    07/06/2018 1-1-0 50.00% -0.50
    07/05/2018 3-4-1 42.86% -7.00
    07/03/2018 5-3-0 62.50% +8.50
    07/01/2018 3-7-0 30.00% -23.50


    july's best bets:

    07/20/2018.................2 - 1..............+4.50.......................1 - 2................-6.00...............-1.50
    07/19/2018.................2 - 1..............+4.50.......................1 - 2................-6.00...............-1.50
    07/18/2018.................1 - 0..............+5.00.......................1 - 0................+5.00..............+10.00
    07/17/2018.................1 - 0..............+5.00.......................0 - 0................+0.00..............+5.00
    07/15/2018.................1 - 4..............-17.00.......................1 - 4................-17.00.............-34.00
    07/14/2018.................0 - 1...............-5.50........................0 - 1................-5.50...............-11.00
    07/13/2018.................3 - 1...............+9.50.......................1 - 3................-11.50.............-2.00
    07/12/2018.................1 - 0...............+5.00.......................1 - 0.................+5.00.............+10.00
    07/10/2018.................3 - 0...............+15.00......................2- 1................+4.50.............+19.50
    07/08/2018.................0 - 2...............-11.00.......................1 - 2................-6.00..............-17.00
    07/07/2018.................1 - 2................-6.00........................1 - 2......,.........-6.00..............-12.00
    07/06/2018.................0 - 1................-5.50........................1 - 0...............+5.00..............-0.50
    07/05/2018.................2 - 1...............+4.50........................1 - 3...............-11.50.............-7.00
    07/03/2018.................2 - 2................-1.00........................3 - 1...............+9.50..............+8.50
    07/01/2018.................1 - 4................-17.00......................2 - 3................-6.50...............-23.50

    totals.....................20- 20..................-10.00....................17 - 24...............-47.00..............-57.00

  6. #336
    Armadillo: Saturday's six-pack

    Odds to win the Big X football championship:

    4-5— Oklahoma Sooners

    5-2— Texas Longhorns

    6-1— TCU, West Virginia

    8-1— Oklahoma State Cowboys

    25-1— Iowa State Cyclones

    30-1— Kansas State Wildcats


    Armadillo: Saturday's List of 13: Random stuff with weekend here

    13) Lot of nights while you’re sleeping, I’m watching movies, listening to music and researching obscure facts/trends that I can use in this space. Sometimes the stuff I find is useful, sometimes it is useless, you never know- the research is what makes it interesting.

    Other night I was thinking about how NFL coaches in their first year with a team do in their first game with that team, so I spent a few hours looking it up.

    12) Biggest trend I could find is that those teams with new head coaches went under the total 55.6% of the time (74-59-3) since 1998. Eliminate Dallas (over 5-0) and the Rams (over 4-1) and under becomes 73-50-3 (59.3%).

    11) Teams with new coaches went 68-60-8 vs spread, 47-40-6 as underdogs. Nothing huge there. My thought in looking this up is that you have to examine the situation each team is in.

    Last year, the Rams opened at home against Indianapolis; only a fool would’ve laid points with a Rams’ squad that had been pointspread poison for several years, but the Colts were starting Scott Tolzien at QB and he shouldn’t be a starter in the Canadian League.

    Rams won 46-9. Sometimes life is simple. Most times it isn’t.

    10) For the record, there are seven NFL teams this season with new coaches: Cardinals, Bears, Lions, Colts, Giants, Raiders and Titans.

    Of those seven, three are favored in Week 1: Lions, Titans, Colts.

    9) Clemson signed defensive coordinator Brent Venables a 5-year contract for $11.6M, the biggest contract ever given to a college football assistant coach.

    $2,320,000 a year for a defensive coordinator? They better have a damn good defense.

    8) There is an actor named Marc Blucas who has been in 64 movies/TV shows, including a starring role in USA Network’s Necessary Roughness and guest shots on Arli$$, CSI and Blue Bloods.

    When he was in college, Blucas played basketball at Wake Forest, where one of his teammates was a guy named Tim Duncan.

    7) In 2015, the White Sox had a payroll of $118,619,378; this year, their payroll is $71,217,000 so of course they’re still terrible, Jose Abreu is their best player and he will be 32 when next season starts. There aren’t any prized pitching prospects on the horizon, unless you count Michael Kopech, who has walked 57 batters in 88.1 IP this year in AAA— not good.

    6) Five years ago, the Astros had a payroll of $26,105,600 and were an awful team- five short years later, they’re World Champs and their payroll is $160,393,900— it figures to swell even further with McCullers, Bregman and Correa all making less than $3M a year this season.

    5) Then there are the Mets, a dreadful team with a payroll of $150,558,894.

    Jay Bruce, David Wright and AJ Ramos are getting paid a combined $40M this season. Yoenis Cespedes is making $29M; Friday was his first game since May 13.

    4) Yogi Ferrell backed out of a contract agreement with the Dallas Mavericks, after agreeing to a two-year, $5.3M deal earlier this week. His agent said: “We felt uncomfortable and will weigh our options.” He must have some better options than $2.65M a year.

    3) St Louis 1B Matt Carpenter was 5-5 with three homers, two doubles Friday; his 16 total bases was only three bases shy of the all-time record. They took him out in the 6th inning; teams play a twin bill Saturday, plus the Cubs had position players pitching at that point. In his career, by the way, Carpenter is 22 for 42 with the bases loaded.

    Reminds me that a very underrated baseball record is most total bases in one game, held by Shawn Green, who had 19 total bases in a game. Tough to do; four HR’s still leaves you short.

    2) Jameis Winston is out for the Buccaneers’ first three games, so how will Tampa Bay coach Dirk Koetter dispense playing time in exhibition games this summer?

    Have to protect Ryan Fitzpatrick, because if he gets hurt then Tampa Bay is really screwed in Weeks 1-3, but he needs work to get ready, too. Winston also needs work, so that he isn’t too rusty when he comes back in Week 4. Maybe Winston plays more in the 4th exhibition game, when starters usually rest?

    1) Here’s a solid stat to close with today: over the last 15 years, the Super Bowl loser is 2-13 vs spread in their first game the following season, 2-10 when favored.

  7. #337

    Saturday, July 21

    Washington @ New York

    Game 601-602
    July 21, 2018 @ 3:00 pm

    Dunkel Rating:
    New York
    Dunkel Team:
    Dunkel Line:
    Dunkel Total:
    by 2 1/2
    Vegas Team:
    Vegas Line:
    Vegas Total:
    by 4 1/2
    Dunkel Pick:
    New York
    (+4 1/2); Over

    Minnesota @ Phoenix

    Game 603-604
    July 21, 2018 @ 10:00 pm

    Dunkel Rating:
    Dunkel Team:
    Dunkel Line:
    Dunkel Total:
    by 1 1/2
    Vegas Team:
    Vegas Line:
    Vegas Total:
    by 1 1/2
    160 1/2
    Dunkel Pick:
    (+1 1/2); Over

    Long Sheet

    Saturday, July 21


    WASHINGTON (13 - 10) at NEW YORK (7 - 16) - 7/21/2018, 3:00 PM
    Top Trends for this game.
    WASHINGTON is 323-382 ATS (-97.2 Units) in all games since 1997.
    WASHINGTON is 24-45 ATS (-25.5 Units) after 3 or more consecutive unders since 1997.
    NEW YORK is 106-76 ATS (+22.4 Units) after a loss by 10 points or more since 1997.
    NEW YORK is 5-12 ATS (-8.2 Units) versus good offensive teams - scoring 77+ points/game this season.

    Head-to-Head Series History
    NEW YORK is 5-4 against the spread versus WASHINGTON over the last 3 seasons
    WASHINGTON is 5-4 straight up against NEW YORK over the last 3 seasons
    7 of 9 games in this series have gone UNDER THE TOTAL over the last 3 seasons


    MINNESOTA (13 - 10) at PHOENIX (15 - 9) - 7/21/2018, 10:00 PM
    Top Trends for this game.
    MINNESOTA is 5-12 ATS (-8.2 Units) after scoring 75 points or more this season.
    PHOENIX is 12-5 ATS (+6.5 Units) after scoring 75 points or more this season.
    PHOENIX is 4-12 ATS (-9.2 Units) in home games after allowing 75 points or more over the last 2 seasons.

    Head-to-Head Series History
    MINNESOTA is 9-3 against the spread versus PHOENIX over the last 3 seasons
    MINNESOTA is 11-1 straight up against PHOENIX over the last 3 seasons
    7 of 12 games in this series have gone OVER THE TOTAL over the last 3 seasons



    Saturday, July 21

    Trend Report

    Washington Mystics
    Washington is 1-4 ATS in its last 5 games
    Washington is 1-4 SU in its last 5 games
    The total has gone UNDER in 7 of Washington's last 9 games
    Washington is 5-2 SU in its last 7 games when playing New York
    The total has gone UNDER in 5 of Washington's last 5 games when playing New York
    Washington is 6-2 ATS in its last 8 games when playing on the road against New York
    Washington is 8-17 SU in its last 25 games when playing on the road against New York
    The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Washington's last 5 games when playing on the road against New York
    New York Liberty
    New York is 2-5 ATS in its last 7 games
    New York is 3-10 SU in its last 13 games
    New York is 2-5 SU in its last 7 games when playing Washington
    The total has gone UNDER in 5 of New York's last 5 games when playing Washington
    New York is 2-6 ATS in its last 8 games when playing at home against Washington
    New York is 17-8 SU in its last 25 games when playing at home against Washington
    The total has gone UNDER in 4 of New York's last 5 games when playing at home against Washington

    Minnesota Lynx
    Minnesota is 3-5-1 ATS in its last 9 games
    Minnesota is 10-4 SU in its last 14 games
    The total has gone UNDER in 5 of Minnesota's last 5 games
    Minnesota is 4-1 SU in its last 5 games on the road
    The total has gone UNDER in 5 of Minnesota's last 5 games on the road
    Minnesota is 12-3 ATS in its last 15 games when playing Phoenix
    Minnesota is 14-1 SU in its last 15 games when playing Phoenix
    Minnesota is 5-0 ATS in its last 5 games when playing on the road against Phoenix
    Minnesota is 5-0 SU in its last 5 games when playing on the road against Phoenix
    The total has gone UNDER in 8 of Minnesota's last 9 games when playing on the road against Phoenix
    Phoenix Mercury
    Phoenix is 13-6 ATS in its last 19 games
    Phoenix is 13-6 SU in its last 19 games
    Phoenix is 1-4 SU in its last 5 games
    Phoenix is 4-2 SU in its last 6 games at home
    The total has gone UNDER in 5 of Phoenix's last 5 games at home
    Phoenix is 3-12 ATS in its last 15 games when playing Minnesota
    Phoenix is 1-14 SU in its last 15 games when playing Minnesota
    Phoenix is 0-5 ATS in its last 5 games when playing at home against Minnesota
    Phoenix is 0-5 SU in its last 5 games when playing at home against Minnesota
    The total has gone UNDER in 8 of Phoenix's last 9 games when playing at home against Minnesota

  8. #338
    Washington's Delle Donne looks to burn Liberty again

    Twice the New York Liberty could not stop Elena Delle Donne from making clutch shots in the fourth quarter.

    First, she sank a dramatic buzzer beater on June 28 to lift the Washington Mystics to an 80-77 win. A week later, she scored 11 of her 21 points in the fourth quarter to help the Mystics secure a double-digit win over the Liberty.

    The venue will change but the priority for New York remains trying to contain Delle Donne and the rest of the Mystics Saturday afternoon at the Westchester Civic Center in White Plains, N.Y.

    Delle Donne is averaging 21.5 points on 42 percent shooting in the first two meetings, and two weeks ago against New York, she made 4 of 6 shots in the final 10 minutes on a night when the forward shot 8 of 19.

    "This is a big one. I've never had one that had to be so quick. This one flew by really fast," Delle Donne said after hitting the buzzer-beater in the first meeting with New York. "My teammates made it the most fun I've ever had."

    Since Delle Donne's last clutch performance against the Liberty, Washington (13-10) is 2-4 in its last six games. Delle Donne also is coming off one of her worst outings when she was 3 of 14 from the floor and was held to nine points in an 81-70 loss to the Dallas Wings on Thursday.

    It was the third time Delle Donne was held to single digits, and the Mystics are hoping the follow up resembles what she did following an eight-point showing against Minnesota on June 7. Six days later she totaled 36 points on 13-of-22 shooting in a 95-91 win at Connecticut.

    Delle Donne's quiet night was hardly the lone problem for Washington against Dallas. The Mystics were unable to stop Liz Cambage, who torched the Mystics for 35 points two days after setting the league record with 53 against the Liberty.

    If Delle Donne has a quiet showing, the Mystics will be intrigued to see whether LaToya Sanders can follow up her career-high 25-point showing from Thursday or whether Kristi Tolliver can rebound from going 3 of 12 from the floor.

    New York is hoping not to allow another record-setting performance. After getting dominated by Cambage, the Liberty allowed Renee Montgomery to set a team record by hitting seven 3-pointers for the Atlanta Dream in the Dream's 82-68 victory on Thursday.

    New York's two losses in Washington are part of a stretch of 10 losses in the past 13 games for the Liberty, who are 4-8 at home.

    Tina Charles combined for 44 points in the two losses in Washington but often has little help. She was the lone New York player in double figures Thursday with 11 points and the Liberty are 2-11 when Charles does not get at least 20 points.

  9. #339
    Mercury still looking to get back on track vs. Lynx

    The Phoenix Mercury thought returning home for only the second time in the last 10 games could rejuvenate the team after losing three games on a four-game road trip.

    The Mercury, however, are still searching for answers after their 85-82 loss to the Las Vegas Aces on Thursday night at the Talking Stick Resort Arena. The loss dropped Phoenix to 15-9, still the second-best record in the WNBA behind the Seattle Storm (18-6).

    The Mercury next shift their focus to the defending champion Minnesota Lynx, who are trying to battle back from a recent skid of their own after losing three of four games.

    But the once-dominant Mercury, who won four straight games before their recent woes, are closer in the loss column to No. 8 (and final playoff spot) Connecticut (12-11) than they are to the Storm. Las Vegas is the No. 9 team with an 11-13 record.

    "The biggest thing for us is that we're not ready to play," said Phoenix coach Sandy Bordello, whose team failed to beat the Las Vegas franchise, previously the San Antonio Stars, for the first time in 10 games. "We're not bringing the focus, the intent, or the energy to compete against anyone in the WBNA.

    "We didn't bring our energy at the start of the game, and then we had to exert so much energy to get back into the game. We lost that game because of unforced turnovers leading to easy layups. No one is feeling sorry for us, and we need to make sure we are bringing it every single game."

    The Aces' defense turned 16 Mercury turnovers into 25 points, 14 of which were in transition.

    All-Stars Diana Taurasi (season-high 33 points with six assists and five rebounds) and Brittney Griner (sixth double-double of the season with 19 points and 10 rebounds) played well, but the Mercury lacked balance and consistency against the Aces. Taurasi and Griner combined to make only 15 of 38 shots from the field.

    Meanwhile, the Lynx (13-10) started to get on the right track in their last game Wednesday in an 89-65 rout of the visiting Indiana Fever.

    Post player Sylvia Fowles posted her third 30-plus point game as a member of the Lynx with a season-high 30 points on 13-of-15 shooting. She also grabbed 16 boards, notching her league-best 14th double-double of the season and 141st of her career.

    "That's the beauty of our team -- it's a good thing that we've got a lot of veterans where you can go back and watch film and have conversations with each other and just think about how we can help in different aspects," Fowles said of the win after the recent bad stretch.

    "We know that our last game (an 83-64 loss at home to Connecticut last Sunday) wasn't our best, but we're pushing forward. I'm happy that we've got games that come quick, so we can get it over with."

    This will be the third and last meeting of the teams this season. Phoenix and Minnesota split the previous two games, each winning on the road. The Lynx beat the Mercury 83-72 in the last meeting on June 22 at the Talking Stick Resort Arena.

  10. #340

    WAS at NY 00 PM
    NY +4.5
    U 164.5

    MIN at PHO 10:00 PM
    PHO -2.5
    O 159.0

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