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  1. #91
    DATE W-L-T % UNITS RECORD

    06/19/2021......4-2-0......66.67%....+9.00
    06/18/2021......2-0-0.......0.00%....+10.00
    06/17/2021......5-4-1 .....55.55%....+3.00
    06/16/2021......1-1-0......50.00%.....-0.50
    06/15/2021......1-5-0 .....16.67%....-22.50
    06/13/2021......3-5-0 .....37.50%....-12.50
    06/12/2021......3-1-0 .....75.00%.....+9.50
    06/11/2021......2-2-0 .....50.00%......-1.00
    06/10/2021......1-1-0 .....50.00%......-0.50
    06/09/2021......0-4-0.......0.00%.....-22.00
    06/08/2021 .....1-3-0 .....25.00%.....-11.50
    06/06/2021 .....2-2-0..... 50.00%...... -1.00
    06/05/2021 .....5-1-0 .....83.33% ...+19.50
    06/04/2021 .....2-2-0 .....50.00%...... -1.00
    06/01/2021..... 5-3-0 .....62.50%..... +8.50


    Totals:..........37-36-0 .....50.68%.....- 16.00


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    BEST BETS:

    DATE W-L-T % UNITS RECORD

    06/19/2021......4-2-0......66.66%....+ 9.00
    06/18/2021......2-0-0.....100.00%....+10.00
    06/17/2021......3-3-0......50.00%.....- 1.50
    06/16/2021......1-1-0......50.00%......-0.50
    06/15/2021......1-5-0......16.66%.....-22.50
    06/13/2021......3-3-0......30.00%.......-1.50
    06/12/2021......3-1-0......75.00%......+9.50
    06/11/2021......2-2-0 .....50.00%.......-1.00
    06/10/2021......1-1-0 .....50.00%.......-0.50
    06/09/2021......0-4-0.......0.00%......-22.00
    06/08/2021 .....1-3-0 .....25.00%.....-11.50
    06/06/2021 .....2-2-0 .....50.00%..... - 1.00
    06/05/2021 .....3-1-0..... 75.00% .....+9.50
    06/04/2021 .....2-2-0 .....50.00%..... - 1.00
    06/01/2021......5-3-0 ......62.50%....+ 8.50

    Totals:..........33-29-0.......53.22%......- 5.00

  2. #92
    Sunday’s 6-pack
    Best road records in MLB:

    23-11— Boston
    19-10— Oakland
    24-15— Tampa Bay
    22-16— San Francisco
    19-14— Milwaukee
    20-15— LA Dodgers

    Quote of the Day
    “There’s no such thing as a sure thing, that’s why they call it gambling.”
    Oscar Madison, The Odd Couple

    Sunday’s quiz
    What year did the Dodgers move to Los Angeles?

    Saturday’s quiz
    Parts of the famous movie Animal House were filmed at the University of Oregon.

    Friday’s quiz
    Bob Melvin manages the Oakland A’s; he also managed Seattle and Arizona.

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    Sunday’s Den: Wrapping up a sports Saturday

    13) Bucks 115, Nets 111 (OT)
    — Milwaukee wins series in seven games.
    — Last time a Game 7 went to OT? 2006, Dallas-San Antonio.
    — Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 40 points for the Bucks.
    — Kevin Durant played all 53:00, scored 48 points.

    12) Durant’s performance was totally amazing; the guy tore his Achilles June 10, 2019, yet he played 47:00/game in Games 5-7 here, and at a really high level. Achilles injuries are difficult to come back from.

    11) Blue Jays 10, Orioles 7:
    — Mountcastle hit three HR’s, Mullins hit two, but Baltimore still lost.
    — Toronto scored six runs in the 9th for the comeback win.
    — Orioles’ first six hits in this game were all home runs.

    10) Dodgers 9, Arizona 3— How depressing must it be to be in the Arizona traveling party these days? They’ve lost 16 games in a row, 30 of last 32. Hard to believe any of the coaches will be back next year; those are lucrative jobs.

    Just a bad year overall for Arizona; the GM’s wife has cancer, which is way worse, obviously, than the baseball stuff, but they could use something good to happen in the desert.

    9) Walker Buehler had a no-hitter until the 8th inning of that game; there were lot of people wearing blue in Phoenix this weekend, rooting on the world champs.

    8) Padres 7, Reds 5— Joey Votto/David Bell got tossed in the first inning for arguing balls and strikes. I mean, San Diego is throwing a bullpen game and you get tossed in the first inning?

    7) Mets split a doubleheader in Washington; they host Atlanta for a twinbill on Monday, then host the Phillies for another one Friday. Three doubleheaders in seven days, with the health of star pitcher Jacob deGrom a big ???? Could be a long week in Flushing.

    6) Mariners 6, Rays 5— Tampa Bay won Tyler Glasnow’s last start Monday, but they’re 0-5 since he went on the IL with a UCL problem. Without Glasnow to anchor their rotation, they have been stretching out the starters who usually only face the opposing lineup twice a game.

    5) Statistical oddity; Milwaukee is 39-32, but they’ve given up four more runs than they’ve scored this season.

    4) Tuesday there is a big meeting about expanding the college football playoff system from four teams to 12. Too much money to be made for it not to happen, but if it does happen, apparently it won’t be until 2023. It’ll be a big deal when it happens.

    Imagine the politics inside that meeting? All those highly-paid administrators trying to get guarantees for their leagues. Lot of weasels in that room, for sure.

    3) Los Angeles Lakers fired their trainer for second time in three years; before that, the previous trainer had been there for 30+ years. Maybe they should bring him back?

    2) Cardinals-Braves are not only a day/night doubleheader today, but the night game is on ESPN; Sunday Night Baseball has a seven-inning game. No bueno.

    Braves fly to New York after and play a twinbill against the Mets Monday; that should be fun.

    1) A newspaper writer from Mississippi finished last in his fantasy football league last year; the penalty for finishing last is that you have to spend 24 consecutive hours in a Waffle House restaurant, with an hour taken off the sentence for every waffle you eat.

    I love waffles, but Waffle House waffles are large, about the size of a plate. This guy winds up downing nine waffles, spending 15 hours inside the restaurant this week.

    Some quick thoughts:
    — This guy gave Waffle House so much free publicity, he should get free waffles for a year.
    — Is it strange that they didn’t care that he sat there for 15 consecutive hours?
    — I’m curious when the last time he ate was before going to Waffle House.
    — You have to use maple syrup, right? Dry waffles might not go down well.

  3. #93
    WNBA

    Sunday, June 20


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    Trend Report
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    New York @ Los Angeles
    New York
    The total has gone OVER in 5 of New York's last 6 games
    The total has gone OVER in 5 of New York's last 6 games on the road
    Los Angeles
    Los Angeles is 6-1 SU in its last 7 games when playing at home against New York
    The total has gone OVER in 4 of Los Angeles's last 5 games when playing New York


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  4. #94

  5. #95
    WNBA
    Dunkel

    Sunday, June 20



  6. #96
    SUNDAY, JUNE 20
    GAME TIME(ET) PICK UNITS


    NY at LA 04:00 PM
    NY +2.5
    U 160.5

    +500 +500

  7. #97
    DATE W-L-T % UNITS RECORD

    06/20/2021......2-0-0....100.00%...+10.00
    06/19/2021......4-2-0......66.67%....+9.00
    06/18/2021......2-0-0.......0.00%....+10.00
    06/17/2021......5-4-1 .....55.55%....+3.00
    06/16/2021......1-1-0......50.00%.....-0.50
    06/15/2021......1-5-0 .....16.67%....-22.50
    06/13/2021......3-5-0 .....37.50%....-12.50
    06/12/2021......3-1-0 .....75.00%.....+9.50
    06/11/2021......2-2-0 .....50.00%......-1.00
    06/10/2021......1-1-0 .....50.00%......-0.50
    06/09/2021......0-4-0.......0.00%.....-22.00
    06/08/2021 .....1-3-0 .....25.00%.....-11.50
    06/06/2021 .....2-2-0..... 50.00%...... -1.00
    06/05/2021 .....5-1-0 .....83.33% ...+19.50
    06/04/2021 .....2-2-0 .....50.00%...... -1.00
    06/01/2021..... 5-3-0 .....62.50%..... +8.50


    Totals:..........39-36-0 .....52.00%.....- 6.00


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    BEST BETS:

    DATE W-L-T % UNITS RECORD

    06/20/2021......2-0-0....100.00%....+10.00
    06/19/2021......4-2-0......66.66%....+ 9.00
    06/18/2021......2-0-0.....100.00%....+10.00
    06/17/2021......3-3-0......50.00%.....- 1.50
    06/16/2021......1-1-0......50.00%......-0.50
    06/15/2021......1-5-0......16.66%.....-22.50
    06/13/2021......3-3-0......30.00%.......-1.50
    06/12/2021......3-1-0......75.00%......+9.50
    06/11/2021......2-2-0 .....50.00%.......-1.00
    06/10/2021......1-1-0 .....50.00%.......-0.50
    06/09/2021......0-4-0.......0.00%......-22.00
    06/08/2021 .....1-3-0 .....25.00%.....-11.50
    06/06/2021 .....2-2-0 .....50.00%..... - 1.00
    06/05/2021 .....3-1-0..... 75.00% .....+9.50
    06/04/2021 .....2-2-0 .....50.00%..... - 1.00
    06/01/2021......5-3-0 ......62.50%....+ 8.50

    Totals:..........35-29-0.......54.68%......+ 5.00

  8. #98
    Monday’s 6-pack
    Most games with 4+ RBI as a San Francisco Giant:

    53— Barry Bonds
    52— Willie McCovey
    34— Willie Mays
    32— Jeff Kent
    25— Matt Williams
    23— Orlando Cepeda

    Quote of the Day
    “It takes years to make an overnight success.”
    Eddie Cantor

    Monday’s quiz
    Which actor played a District Attorney on Law & Order, and in real life, was a US Senator from Tennessee from 1994-2003?
    (Hint: He also played the university president in Necessary Roughness)

    Sunday’s quiz
    Dodgers moved to Los Angeles after the 1957 season.

    Saturday’s quiz
    Parts of the famous movie Animal House were filmed at the University of Oregon.

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    Monday’s Den: Random stuff, and Mountain West football knowledge

    Hawks 103, 76ers 96:
    — Atlanta won despite Trae Young going 5-23 from the floor.
    — Kevin Huerter (from suburban Albany) scored 27 points.
    — Embiid scored 31 points, had 11 rebounds on a bum leg; he was a warrior in this series.

    Suns 120, Clippers 114:
    — Devin Booker scored 40 for Phoenix.
    — Clippers are down 1-0 for third series in a row.
    — Suns were +18 in the 14:00 Torrey Craig played.
    — Clippers have played every other day since June 2nd.

    Nationals 5, Mets 2:
    — Kyle Schwarber homered three times, has 5 homers in last two games.

    Brewers 7, Rockies 6:
    — Colorado hit four homers in the 6th inning, erasing a 6-0 deficit, but those were the only runs they scored. Daniel Vogelbach knocked in the winning run in the 9th inning.

    New York 2, A’s 1:
    — Game ended with Sean Murphy grounding into a triple play on a 2-0 pitch, after the first two batters of the inning had walked.

    Mariners 6, Rays 2 (10):
    — Shed Long hit a walk-off grand slam in 10th inning.
    — Rays lost their last six games.
    — Tampa Bay is calling up its #1 prospect Wander Franco Tuesday.

    Why do teams shift against everyone? Reds shifted against San Diego C Victor Caratini Sunday, like he was Reggie Jackson or Dave Winfield— the guy is batting .219.

    Caratini sticks his bat out, hits a soft ground ball to shortstop, but problem is, the shortstop isn’t there, because the Reds shift against everyone. Caratini is hitting .219; the over-educated imbeciles who run some of these front offices justify their existence by shifting way too much.

    Mountain West football knowledge:
    Air Force

    — Five new offensive linemen and a new QB; lot of questions on offense.
    — Falcons have a new special teams coach; last guy was there 10 years.
    — 3 starters back on offense, 1 on defense.

    Boise State
    — LY’s coach bolted to Auburn; the new coach was a defensive coordinator.
    — Boise was 115th in country LY in rushing yardage; no bueno.
    — 8 starters back on offense, 8 on defense.

    Colorado State
    — Rams played only four games LY; they want to run the ball more.
    — State had five punts/kicks returned for TD’s last season; not good.
    — 9 starters back on offense, 10 on defense.

    Fresno State
    — Bulldogs scored 30+ ppg, for third year in a row.
    — Fresno gave up 212 rushing yards, 30 points/game LY.
    — 9 starters back on offense, 10 on defense.

    Hawai’i
    — Coach Graham’s son is the QB this season.
    — Their kicker was only 2-7 on FG’s of 40+ yards LY.
    — 7 starters back on offense, 9 on defense.

    Nevada
    — QB Strong threw 27 TD passes, only four INT’s last year.
    — Wolf Pack brought in three D-I transfers for their secondary.
    — 9 starters back on offense, 9 on defense.

    UNLV
    — Rebels recruited well last two years, also brought in some transfers.
    — 8 starters back on offense, 10 on defense.
    — When your season win total is 1.5 wins, expectations aren’t high.

    New Mexico
    — New QB Wilson started 25 games for Kentucky; he’s pretty good.
    — Lobos couldn’t play at home LY, so getting back home should be fun.
    — 7 starters back on offense, 6 on defense.

    San Diego State
    — Aztecs threw only six TD passes LY, were 115th in passing yardage.
    — 8 starters back on offense, 9 on defense.
    — San Diego State is temporarily playing home games 115 miles from campus.

    San Jose State
    — Spartans came out of nowhere to win league title LY, but lost their bowl game.
    — San Jose’s QB Starkel will be protected by an OL with 91 returning starts.
    — 8 starters back on offense, 10 on defense.

    Utah State
    — New coach Anderson’s Arkansas State team threw for 364.4 ypg LY.
    — Aggies gave up 34+ points in five of six games LY.
    — 9 starters back on offense, 7 on defense.

    Wyoming
    — Cowboys completed less than half their passes the last three years.
    — Wyoming returns its top 10 tacklers from last season.
    — 8 starters back on offense, 9 on defense.

  9. #99
    Tuesday’s 6-pack
    Six actors/actresses who appeared in both Batman and the original Magnum PI:

    — Cesar Romero— the Joker in Batman
    — Alan Hale— best known as the Skipper on Gilligan’s Island
    — Jill St John— Played Molly in two episodes of Batman
    — Elisha Cook— was Icepick in Magnum PI
    — Barbara Rush— Played Magnum’s aunt who had Alzheimer’s.
    — Howard Duff— Played Cabala in Batman

    Quote of the Day
    “I’ve got a Trig midterm tomorrow, and I’m being chased by Guido, the killer pimp!!!”
    Miles, in Risky Business

    Tuesday’s quiz
    Who did the Chicago Bears beat when they won their only Super Bowl title?

    Monday’s quiz
    Fred Dalton Thompson played a District Attorney on Law & Order, and in real life, was a US Senator from Tennessee from 1994-2003.

    Sunday’s quiz
    Dodgers moved to Los Angeles after the 1957 season.

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    Tuesday’s Den: Nobody asked me, but…….

    Mets 4, Braves 2:
    — Jacob deGrom allowed one hit in five innings, getting the win, but something is amiss with deGrom. He was lifted after throwing only 70 pitches, going thru the Braves’ order twice.

    Here are deGrom’s last six starts:
    May 25— 5 IP, 63 PT, gave up one run. Mets won 3-1.
    May 31— 6 IP, 70 PT, gave up no runs. Mets won 6-2.
    June 5— 7 IP, 85 PT, gave up no runs. Mets won 4-0.
    June 11— 6 IP, 80 PT, gave up no runs. Mets won 3-2.
    June 16— 3 IP, 37 PT, gave up no runs. Mets won 6-3
    Last nite— 5 IP, 70 PT, gave up no runs. Mets won 4-2.

    His numbers are tremendous, but they’re not extending him at all. His last four starts back in April, he threw 95-99-109-93 pitches.

    Heading into Monday’s games, four of five NL Central teams were batting under .230. Only the Cincinnati Reds are batting over .230 as a team.

    Indians 4, Cubs 0— Bottom 4th inning, Cubs have man on first, one out. Anthony Rizzo flies out to left, and the runner on first Javier Baez, forgets how many outs there and gets doubled off to end the inning. Cubs manager David Ross took Baez out of the game right there and then.

    Cleveland P Aaron Civale had a 3-0 lead with two outs in 5th, when he called the trainer out and left the game— something wrong with his right hand. No bueno for Civale or those of us who have him in fantasy leagues— he’s a dependable guy.

    Padres 6, Dodgers 2— This ended a 150-game streak of the Dodgers being favored in every game they had played since late 2019.

    If the Washington NFL team wants a nickname, I have two suggestions:
    a) Red Tails— This would come pretty close to the old name, and would honor a group of pilots from World War II. The team colors would all stay the same.
    b) Sentinels— Nickname of the Washington team from the movie The Replacements, where Gene Hackman was coach, Keanu Reeves the QB.

    Of the four teams left in the NBA playoffs, none of them has won an NBA title since Milwaukee won back in 1971, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s 2nd year as a pro.

    Got my first college football magazine of the summer; here are things I learned from reading it:
    Over last five years, these teams have the worst record against the spread:
    — Bowling Green 29.2% ATS
    — Akron 30.2% ATS
    — Texas-El Paso 31.4%
    — Arizona 32.0%
    — Tennessee 35.7%

    These teams have the best record against the spread:
    — LSU 38-20-1, 65.3% ATS
    — Wyoming/Eastern Michigan, both at 64.8%
    — Buffalo, 63.9%- their coach moved on to Kansas.
    — Utah, 63.6%

    Last year was first time the Big X didn’t have have any offensive skill players drafted in the first round by the NFL.

    Since 1985, Arizona Wildcats have had one QB drafted, Nick Foles in 3rd round, 2012.

    Last year was first time in 80 years Michigan State didn’t have any players drafted.

    Bryan Harsin is the new coach at Auburn, moving in from Boise State, where he went 69-19; his defensive coordinator is Derek Mason, formerly head coach at Vanderbilt.

    There are 41 bowl games on this year’s docket; 43 were schedule last year, only 25 were played.

    College football “free agency” is now a thing; here are winners/losers for this year:
    Winners— Oklahoma, Florida State, Miami
    Losers— Nebraska, Tennessee, Virginia Tech

    Here is how Nick Saban’s teams have done the year after winning a national title:
    2004, LSU— 9-3, lost bowl game to Iowa
    2010, Alabama— 10-3, beat Michigan State in bowl
    2012, Alabama— 12-1, won national title
    2013, Alabama— 11-2, lost bowl to Oklahoma
    2016, Alabama— 14-1, lost national title game to Clemson
    2018, Alabama— 14-1, lost national title game to Clemson
    2021, Alabama— ??????

    College football coaches on the hot seat:
    — Jim Harbaugh, Michigan— He’s signed thru 2025.
    — Clay Helton, USC— Finished in top 25 three of six years.
    — Jeff Brohm, Purdue— 8-16 in his last 24 games.
    — Dino Babers, Syracuse— 6-17 last two years, after a 10-win 2018.
    — Justin Fuente, Virginia Tech— 19-18 last three years, not good enough.

    Top 5 quarterback transfers:
    — McKenzie Milton, UCF to Florida State
    — Jack Coan, Wisconsin to Notre Dame
    — Charlie Brewer, Baylor to Arizona
    — Alan Bowman, Texas Tech to Michigan
    — Tyler Shough, Oregon to Texas Tech

    Motto for modern college QB’s: If I ain’t starting, then I’ll be departing.

    They tweaked the college overtime rules; teams have to go for 2 points after TD’s starting in the 2nd overtime. If a game gets to three OT’s, they just run alternate 2-point plays until someone wins. Thats a factor if the spread is between 2-8 points.

  10. #100
    WNBA

    Tuesday, June 22


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    Trend Report
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    Dallas @ Connecticut
    Dallas
    Dallas is 5-0 ATS in its last 5 games on the road
    Dallas is 7-1 ATS in its last 8 games
    Connecticut
    Connecticut is 5-0 SU in its last 5 games when playing at home against Dallas
    Connecticut is 9-1 SU in its last 10 games when playing Dallas

    Chicago @ New York
    Chicago
    The total has gone OVER in 5 of Chicago's last 5 games when playing New York
    Chicago is 5-0 SU in its last 5 games
    New York
    The total has gone OVER in 5 of New York's last 5 games when playing Chicago
    The total has gone OVER in 4 of New York's last 5 games when playing at home against Chicago

    Washington @ Seattle
    Washington
    The total has gone OVER in 6 of Washington's last 7 games
    The total has gone OVER in 4 of Washington's last 5 games on the road
    Seattle
    Seattle is 5-0 SU in its last 5 games
    The total has gone UNDER in 5 of Seattle's last 5 games


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  11. #101

  12. #102
    WNBA
    Dunkel

    Tuesday, June 22



  13. #103
    TUESDAY, JUNE 22
    GAME TIME(ET) PICK UNITS

    DAL at CONN 07:00 PM
    DAL +1.0
    O 155.5

    +500 +500

    CHI at NY 07:00 PM
    CHI -6.0
    U 170.0
    +500 +500

    WAS at SEA 10:00 PM
    WAS +13.5
    O 166.0

    +500 +500

  14. #104
    DATE W-L-T % UNITS RECORD

    06/22/2021......4-2-0.....66.67%.....+9.00
    06/20/2021......2-0-0....100.00%...+10.00
    06/19/2021......4-2-0......66.67%....+9.00
    06/18/2021......2-0-0.......0.00%....+10.00
    06/17/2021......5-4-1 .....55.55%....+3.00
    06/16/2021......1-1-0......50.00%.....-0.50
    06/15/2021......1-5-0 .....16.67%....-22.50
    06/13/2021......3-5-0 .....37.50%....-12.50
    06/12/2021......3-1-0 .....75.00%.....+9.50
    06/11/2021......2-2-0 .....50.00%......-1.00
    06/10/2021......1-1-0 .....50.00%......-0.50
    06/09/2021......0-4-0.......0.00%.....-22.00
    06/08/2021 .....1-3-0 .....25.00%.....-11.50
    06/06/2021 .....2-2-0..... 50.00%...... -1.00
    06/05/2021 .....5-1-0 .....83.33% ...+19.50
    06/04/2021 .....2-2-0 .....50.00%...... -1.00
    06/01/2021..... 5-3-0 .....62.50%..... +8.50


    Totals:..........43-38-0 .....53.08%.....+ 3.00


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    BEST BETS:

    DATE W-L-T % UNITS RECORD

    06/22/2021......3-2-0......60.00%....+ 4.50
    06/20/2021......2-0-0....100.00%....+10.00
    06/19/2021......4-2-0......66.66%....+ 9.00
    06/18/2021......2-0-0.....100.00%....+10.00
    06/17/2021......3-3-0......50.00%.....- 1.50
    06/16/2021......1-1-0......50.00%......-0.50
    06/15/2021......1-5-0......16.66%.....-22.50
    06/13/2021......3-3-0......30.00%.......-1.50
    06/12/2021......3-1-0......75.00%......+9.50
    06/11/2021......2-2-0 .....50.00%.......-1.00
    06/10/2021......1-1-0 .....50.00%.......-0.50
    06/09/2021......0-4-0.......0.00%......-22.00
    06/08/2021 .....1-3-0 .....25.00%.....-11.50
    06/06/2021 .....2-2-0 .....50.00%..... - 1.00
    06/05/2021 .....3-1-0..... 75.00% .....+9.50
    06/04/2021 .....2-2-0 .....50.00%..... - 1.00
    06/01/2021......5-3-0 ......62.50%....+ 8.50

    Totals:..........38-31-0.......55.07%......+ 9.50

  15. #105
    Wednesday’s 6-pack
    Major league leaders in walks:

    56— Joey Gallo, Tex
    54— Yasmani Grandal, CWS
    47— Carlos Santana, KC/Max Muncy, LA
    46— Yandy Diaz, TB
    45— Yoan Moncada, CWS
    44— Freddie Freeman Atl/Juan Soto Wash

    Quote of the Day
    “You’re a goddamn quarterback! You know what that means? It’s the top spot, kid. It’s the guy who takes the fall. It’s the guy everybody’s looking at first – the leader of a team – who will support you when they understand you. Who will break their ribs and their noses and their necks for you, because they believe. ‘Cause you make them believe. That’s a quarterback.”
    Al Pacino, Any Given Sunday

    Wednesday’s quiz
    What fine actor played the team doctor in Any Given Sunday?

    Tuesday’s quiz
    Chicago Bears beat New England when they won their only Super Bowl title after the 1985 season.

    Monday’s quiz
    Fred Dalton Thompson played a District Attorney on Law & Order, and in real life, was a US Senator from Tennessee from 1994-2003.

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    Wednesday’s Den: Mid-week musings……..

    13) Weird story broke this week, about how basketball players for the Wisconsin Badgers were unhappy with their coach last year; at one point, the seven seniors met with head coach Greg Gard and the three assistant coaches and aired their grievances.

    Here’s the thing; someone RECORDED THE WHOLE THING, and it became public, which makes the head coach look really bad. Recruiting just became a whole lot harder.

    Wisconsin had a very experienced team last year; their starting 5 was older than the starting 5 for one or two NBA teams. The pandemic created unusual circumstances, which created a lot of tension. When you don’t win as much as you think you should, sometimes that spills over.

    12) Suns 104, Clippers 103:
    — Phoenix ran great OB under play, scoring on alley-oop with 0:00.7 left.
    — Cam Payne led the Suns with 29 points.
    — Clippers are down 2-0 for third series in a row.
    — Suns’ star Devin Booker broke his nose during this game, came back and finished the game, scoring 20 points.

    11) Detroit Pistons won the NBA Draft Lottery; I always wonder what the kid who is supposed to be the #1 pick thinks when he finds out where he is probably headed. Cade Cunningham is from Texas; he needs to buy a parka or two. Detroit gets very cold in the winter.

    10) In the 7-game Hawks-76ers series, a very dramatic series, Ben Simmons took a total of three shots in the 4th quarter, none in Games 4-7. One of the more interesting parts of this summer will be if the 76ers unload Simmons or keep him.

    9) Suns’ G Chris Paul said he won’t be playing in the Olympics this summer; same thing for Kyle Lowry, who is a free agent.

    If I owned an NBA team and was paying guys $20-$30M a year (or more) to play for our team, I sure as hell wouldn’t want them playing in the freakin’ Olympics.

    8) Baseball injuries:
    — Twins’ OF Byron Buxton broke his pinky, is on the IL.
    — Mets’ P Marcus Stroman (hip) left his start early Tuesday
    — Mets’ P Joey Lucchesi will have Tommy John surgery
    — Braves’ P Max Fried (blister) went on the IL.

    7) Arizona Diamondbacks have already used 51 players this season, most of any team; Milwaukee has used 49 players. Lot of frequent flyer miles for guys going between AAA and the big leagues.

    6) Two years ago, Diamondbacks were 85-77, a pretty good team, and that was with Paul Goldschmidt already off to St Louis. Wheels have fallen off since then; they’re 21-54 this year.

    5) Sounds like the college football playoff is going to expand from four teams to 12 teams in 2023; they’re going through the process to make it happen this summer, a slow process, but there is just too much money at stake for this not to happen.

    4) Sports betting became legal in Louisiana this week, should begin by football season.

    3) Someone in California did a lab test on a Subway tuna sub, but found no tuna; not really sure what they did find, but hopefully nothing too bad. I’ve had more than my share of their subs over the years, though I get subs at Jersey Mike’s now.

    2) Doc Rivers won an NBA title coaching the Celtics in 2008, then made it to the Finals in 2010. At that point, his career playoff record was 46-40, 38-26 with Boston.

    Since then, Rivers’ playoff record is 52-54; he hasn’t been back to the Finals. Overall his playoff record is 98-94.

    1) Miami Marlins’ P Sandy Alcantara is pretty good, but his teammates don’t hit much for him:
    — Last night, Marlins’ bullpen lost game 2-1 in ninth inning.
    — His previous start, Alcantara lost 1-0 to St Louis in ninth inning. Not good.

  16. #106
    WNBA

    Wednesday, June 23


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    Trend Report
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    Minnesota @ Atlanta
    Minnesota
    The total has gone OVER in 13 of Minnesota's last 16 games on the road
    Minnesota is 4-1 SU in its last 5 games when playing Atlanta
    Atlanta
    The total has gone OVER in 4 of Atlanta's last 5 games when playing Minnesota
    The total has gone OVER in 7 of Atlanta's last 9 games


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  17. #107
    WNBA
    Dunkel

    Wednesday, June 23



  18. #108

  19. #109
    WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23
    GAME TIME(ET) PICK UNITS


    MIN at ATL 07:00 PM
    ATL +2.5
    O 168.0

    +500 +500

  20. #110
    DATE W-L-T % UNITS RECORD

    06/23/2021......2-0-0...100.00%....+10.00
    06/22/2021......4-2-0.....66.67%.....+9.00
    06/20/2021......2-0-0....100.00%...+10.00
    06/19/2021......4-2-0......66.67%....+9.00
    06/18/2021......2-0-0.......0.00%....+10.00
    06/17/2021......5-4-1 .....55.55%....+3.00
    06/16/2021......1-1-0......50.00%.....-0.50
    06/15/2021......1-5-0 .....16.67%....-22.50
    06/13/2021......3-5-0 .....37.50%....-12.50
    06/12/2021......3-1-0 .....75.00%.....+9.50
    06/11/2021......2-2-0 .....50.00%......-1.00
    06/10/2021......1-1-0 .....50.00%......-0.50
    06/09/2021......0-4-0.......0.00%.....-22.00
    06/08/2021 .....1-3-0 .....25.00%.....-11.50
    06/06/2021 .....2-2-0..... 50.00%...... -1.00
    06/05/2021 .....5-1-0 .....83.33% ...+19.50
    06/04/2021 .....2-2-0 .....50.00%...... -1.00
    06/01/2021..... 5-3-0 .....62.50%..... +8.50


    Totals:..........45-38-0 .....54.21%.....+ 13.00


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    BEST BETS:

    DATE W-L-T % UNITS RECORD

    06/23/2021......2-0-0....100.00%....+ 10.00
    06/22/2021......3-2-0......60.00%....+ 4.50
    06/20/2021......2-0-0....100.00%....+10.00
    06/19/2021......4-2-0......66.66%....+ 9.00
    06/18/2021......2-0-0.....100.00%....+10.00
    06/17/2021......3-3-0......50.00%.....- 1.50
    06/16/2021......1-1-0......50.00%......-0.50
    06/15/2021......1-5-0......16.66%.....-22.50
    06/13/2021......3-3-0......30.00%.......-1.50
    06/12/2021......3-1-0......75.00%......+9.50
    06/11/2021......2-2-0 .....50.00%.......-1.00
    06/10/2021......1-1-0 .....50.00%.......-0.50
    06/09/2021......0-4-0.......0.00%......-22.00
    06/08/2021 .....1-3-0 .....25.00%.....-11.50
    06/06/2021 .....2-2-0 .....50.00%..... - 1.00
    06/05/2021 .....3-1-0..... 75.00% .....+9.50
    06/04/2021 .....2-2-0 .....50.00%..... - 1.00
    06/01/2021......5-3-0 ......62.50%....+ 8.50

    Totals:..........40-31-0.......56.33%......+ 19.50

  21. #111
    Thursday’s 6-pack
    Major league leaders in hits:

    91— Nick Castellanos, Cin/Adam Frazier, Pitt
    90— Trea Turner, Wash
    88— Vladimir Guerrero, Tor
    87— Cedric Mullins, Balt
    86— Jesse Winker, Cin
    84— Bogaerts, Kiner-Falefa, Tapia

    Quote of the Day
    “I’m still stunned sitting here that we didn’t win Game 7 at home……….look, ultimately you win or lose mostly with your players. It’s my job to get the best players, and frankly, we didn’t have quite good enough players.”
    Daryl Morey, GM of the 76ers

    Thursday’s quiz
    Who managed the Mets, last time they won the World Series?

    Wednesday’s quiz
    James Woods played the team doctor in Any Given Sunday.

    Tuesday’s quiz
    Chicago Bears beat New England when they won their only Super Bowl title after the 1985 season.

    *********************************************

    Thursday’s Den: Doing some thinking out loud…….

    13) Padres 5, Dodgers 3:
    — Dodgers get swept in San Diego for first time since 2010.
    — Padre closer Melancon got his 4th save in five days.
    — Dodgers are 7-9 in Trevor Bauer’s starts.

    12) Nationals 13, Phillies 12:
    — Phillies led 5-0 after four innings.
    — Starlin Castro’s two-run single was the game-winner.
    — Kyle Schwarber has 10 home runs in his last dozen games.

    11) Giants 9, Angels 3 (13)
    — If you had under 8 in this game, the gambling gods owe you one.
    — Teams were a combined 4-34 with RISP.
    — Mike Tauchman whiffed five times, then homered in the 13th inning.

    This game took so long that Giants’ radio guy Dave Flemming had to log off the air, in order to do the ESPN broadcast of the Dodger-Padre game. Giants’ radio finished up using the TV feed with Jon Miller doing play-by-play.

    Angels didn’t use a DH, because Ohtani pitched; P Griffin Canning played a couple innings out in left field, which isn’t normal. P Dylan Bundy pinch-hit for the Angels.

    10) Was watching a replay of Monday’s NC State-Vanderbilt game in the College World Series; Vandy P Jack Leiter threw 123 pitches, struck out 15 guys. He is going to get drafted in a couple weeks; how much wear and tear do college coaches put on their pitchers’ arms?

    Earlier this season, Leiter threw 126 pitches in his no-hitter; no one in the major leagues has thrown that many pitches in a game this year. Chances are that Leiter will never throw 126 pitches in a game the rest of his career.

    9) Former big league SS Troy Tulowitzki is a volunteer assistant coach at Texas; the Longhorns’ SS is using the glove Tulowitzki used back when he won the Gold Glove in 2010-11.

    8) Wednesday was the 104th anniversary of the ballgame when pitcher Babe Ruth walked the leadoff hitter in a game, got thrown out by the umpire, then his replacement retired 27 hitters in a row, one of the strangest games in big league history.

    I’m guessing Babe Ruth would’ve been the center of attention in our current social media era.

    7) Hawks 116, Bucks 113:
    — Trae Young scored 48 points, dished out 11 assists.
    — Hawks won despite their subs playing a combined 60:00- they were minus-38.
    — John Collins had 23 points, 15 rebounds for Atlanta.

    6) Last time the Hawks got this far along in the playoffs was six years ago, when their coach was Mike Budenholzer, who obviously is now Milwaukee’s coach.

    5) Last time the Detroit Pistons picked first in the NBA Draft was 1970; they took Bob Lanier, who scored 22.7 ppg over ten years with Detroit.

    4) Thinking back on the Suns’ last-second alley-oop the other night:
    — Devin Booker set a set screen, despite playing with a broken nose.
    — Jae Crowder threw a great pass, a truly great pass; should’ve been mentioned more.

    3) Forgot to mention this when the NFL schedule came out, but they did something really smart; three exhibition games per team, but no games on Labor Day weekend, the week before the regular season starts. Very good idea, long overdue.

    Not sure what this does to HBO’s Hard Knocks; the best episode is usually when the team makes its last cuts— will that be after Labor Day, or the week before?

    2) I’m seriously hoping MLB bans shifts next year; Manny Machado is San Diego’s 3B, but last night, he was so far out in right field, when he dove for a fly ball, he wound up on the warning track. Keeping four infielders on the infield would create more offense, and baseball claims they want more offense in their game. We’ll see.

    1) If the playoffs started today (they don’t):
    NL: Mets-Brewers-Giants. Wild Card: San Diego @ Los Angeles
    AL: Red Sox-White Sox-Astros. Wild Card: Tampa Bay @ A’s

  22. #112
    WNBA

    Thursday, June 24


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    Trend Report
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    Dallas @ Indiana
    Dallas
    The total has gone UNDER in 5 of Dallas's last 5 games when playing Indiana
    Dallas is 5-1 ATS in its last 6 games on the road
    Indiana
    The total has gone UNDER in 5 of Indiana's last 5 games when playing Dallas
    Indiana is 5-1 ATS in its last 6 games when playing at home against Dallas

    Chicago @ New York
    Chicago
    Chicago is 5-0 SU in its last 5 games
    The total has gone OVER in 10 of Chicago's last 11 games when playing New York
    New York
    The total has gone OVER in 10 of New York's last 11 games when playing Chicago
    The total has gone OVER in 4 of New York's last 5 games when playing at home against Chicago

    Washington @ Los Angeles
    Washington
    The total has gone OVER in 7 of Washington's last 8 games
    Washington is 5-1 SU in its last 6 games
    Los Angeles
    The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Los Angeles's last 5 games when playing at home against Washington
    The total has gone UNDER in 11 of Los Angeles's last 15 games


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  23. #113
    WNBA
    Dunkel

    Thursday, June 24








  24. #114
    THURSDAY, JUNE 24
    GAME TIME(ET) PICK UNITS


    CHI at NY 07:00 PM
    CHI -7.0
    U 170.0

    +500 +500

    DAL at IND 07:00 PM
    DAL -8.5
    U 162.0

    +500 +500

    WAS at LA 10:30 PM
    LA +3.5
    O 156.5

    +500 +500

  25. #115
    DATE W-L-T % UNITS RECORD

    06/24/2021......6-0-0...100.00%....+30.00
    06/23/2021......2-0-0...100.00%....+10.00
    06/22/2021......4-2-0.....66.67%.....+9.00
    06/20/2021......2-0-0....100.00%...+10.00
    06/19/2021......4-2-0......66.67%....+9.00
    06/18/2021......2-0-0.......0.00%....+10.00
    06/17/2021......5-4-1 .....55.55%....+3.00
    06/16/2021......1-1-0......50.00%.....-0.50
    06/15/2021......1-5-0 .....16.67%....-22.50
    06/13/2021......3-5-0 .....37.50%....-12.50
    06/12/2021......3-1-0 .....75.00%.....+9.50
    06/11/2021......2-2-0 .....50.00%......-1.00
    06/10/2021......1-1-0 .....50.00%......-0.50
    06/09/2021......0-4-0.......0.00%.....-22.00
    06/08/2021 .....1-3-0 .....25.00%.....-11.50
    06/06/2021 .....2-2-0..... 50.00%...... -1.00
    06/05/2021 .....5-1-0 .....83.33% ...+19.50
    06/04/2021 .....2-2-0 .....50.00%...... -1.00
    06/01/2021..... 5-3-0 .....62.50%..... +8.50


    Totals:..........51-38-0 .....57.30%.....+ 43.00


    ***************************

    BEST BETS:

    DATE W-L-T % UNITS RECORD

    06/24/2021......4-0-0....100.00%....+ 40.00
    06/23/2021......2-0-0....100.00%....+ 10.00
    06/22/2021......3-2-0......60.00%....+ 4.50
    06/20/2021......2-0-0....100.00%....+10.00
    06/19/2021......4-2-0......66.66%....+ 9.00
    06/18/2021......2-0-0.....100.00%....+10.00
    06/17/2021......3-3-0......50.00%.....- 1.50
    06/16/2021......1-1-0......50.00%......-0.50
    06/15/2021......1-5-0......16.66%.....-22.50
    06/13/2021......3-3-0......30.00%.......-1.50
    06/12/2021......3-1-0......75.00%......+9.50
    06/11/2021......2-2-0 .....50.00%.......-1.00
    06/10/2021......1-1-0 .....50.00%.......-0.50
    06/09/2021......0-4-0.......0.00%......-22.00
    06/08/2021 .....1-3-0 .....25.00%.....-11.50
    06/06/2021 .....2-2-0 .....50.00%..... - 1.00
    06/05/2021 .....3-1-0..... 75.00% .....+9.50
    06/04/2021 .....2-2-0 .....50.00%..... - 1.00
    06/01/2021......5-3-0 ......62.50%....+ 8.50

    Totals:..........46-31-0.......59.74%......+ 49.50

  26. #116
    Friday’s 6-pack
    According to Phil Steele Magazine, this year’s six best college QB’s

    6) Kedon Slovis, USC
    5) Desmond Ridder, Cincinnati
    4) Carson Strong, Nevada
    3) JT Daniels, Georgia
    2) Sam Howell, North Carolina
    1) Spencer Rattler, Oklahoma

    Late Night Update
    Zach Davies and three relievers no-hit the Dodgers 4-0; LA got eight walks, but didn’t get a hit and lost their fourth game in a row.

    Saturday’s quiz
    Who managed the Mets, last time they played in a World Series?

    Thursday’s quiz
    Davey Johnson managed the Mets, last time they won the World Series, in 1986.

    Wednesday’s quiz
    James Woods played the team doctor in Any Given Sunday.

    ************************************************

    Friday’s Den: College football coaching changes for this year

    College football coaching changes for 2021:
    Arizona
    — First-time head coach Jedd Fisch is a longtime offensive coordinator.
    — Arizona hired alums Ricky Hunley, Chuck Cecil as assistant coaches/defense.
    — Wildcats went 0-5 LY, losing 70-7 to rival Arizona State; they gave up 39.8 ppg. .

    Arkansas State
    — Butch Jones went 50-27 at Central Michigan/Cincinnati, but went 14-24 in SEC games while at Tennessee. After three years working for Nick Saban, Jones is a head coach again.
    — Previous coach bolted to Utah State, after Red Wolves had first losing season since 2010.
    — ASU threw ball for 384.4 yards/game LY, #2 in country.

    Auburn
    — Previous coach Malzahn went 68-35 at Auburn, 39-27 in SEC, got told to take a hike.
    — When you go 39-27 in SEC games and still get fired, expectations are high.
    — Bryan Harsin comes from Boise State, where he was 69-19, 45-8 in Mountain West.
    — Auburn opponents converted 50.3% of their 3rd down plays LY. Not good.

    Boise State
    — First-time head coach Andy Avalos was defensive coordinator at Oregon.
    — Avalos is a Boise alum, like every Boise HC since 1998.
    — Last four years, Boise is 27-2 in Mountain West
    — Last three years, Broncos are only 7-6 outside Mountain West.

    Buffalo
    — Previous HC went 20-10 last three years, won two bowls, bolted to Kansas.
    — First-time HC is 35 years old, was Dallas Cowboys’ cornerbacks’ coach LY
    — Buffalo went 6-1 LY, scored 43.4 ppg, lost MAC title game, but won bowl.

    Central Florida
    — Previous coach bolted to Tennessee; UCF hired former Auburn coach Malzahn.
    — Malzahn was 39-27 in SEC games at Auburn, but coaching Auburn during the Saban era at Alabama hasn’t been good for job security.
    — Knights scored 42.2 ppg LY but went 6-4; the defense needs work.
    — QB Gabriel has thrown for 7,223 yards in two seasons.

    Illinois
    — Illini hasn’t had a winning season since 2011.
    — Bielema was 68-24 at Wisconsin, but was 11-29 in SEC games at Arkansas.
    — QB Peters is 6th-year college player; he started here last two years. He figures to hand off a lot this season; Bielema prefers to run the ball a lot.

    Kansas
    — Leipold won six D-3 national titles, went 24-10 his last three years at Buffalo.
    — Leipold was hired the day before Kansas’ spring game, which was awkward.
    — Jayhawks haven’t been to a bowl game since 2008.
    — Kansas will try to run ball well, to keep their defense off the field.

    UL-Monroe
    — 64-year old HC Terry Bowden spent last two years as a Clemson assistant.
    — Former Arizona/Michigan HC Rich Rodriguez is the new OC- his son is the QB.
    — Nine of their 10 losses LY were by double digits; this is a total rebuild.

    Marshall
    — Previous coach was 85-54 but got fired; the governor of West Virginia didn’t like him.
    — When you go 55-30 in conference games and still get fired, expectations are high.
    — New coach Huff has been NFL/college assistant for 16 years, last two at Alabama.
    — Huff kept the same offensive coordinator, has 9 starters back on offense.

    South Alabama
    — New HC Wommack was an assistant at Indiana during their turnaround.
    — QB Jake Bentley has 8,409 passing yards, playing for South Carolina/Utah.
    — Major Applewhite is the new OC; they’ll throw more vertical passes.
    — Jaguars haven’t been to a bowl since 2016.

    South Carolina
    — New HC Beamer is son of former Va Tech coach Frank Beamer.
    — Gamecocks went 2-8 LY, giving up 41+ points in five of last six games.
    — South Carolina has only 9 starters back; 5 on offense, 4 on defense.
    — No returning WR had more than 11 catches last season.

    Southern Mississippi
    — Golden Eagles had three different head coaches, just last year.
    — New HC Hall was OC at Tulane; he’ll be his own OC here.
    — RB Frank Gore Jr ran for 708 yards LY; his dad is still active in the NFL.
    — Southern Miss has 10 starters back on offense.

    Tennessee
    — New coach Heupel comes from UCF, with new AD White.
    — NCAA is investigating, which usually screws up recruiting for a while.
    — Tennessee hasn’t been to a bowl since 2016- last year was their worst record in 97 years.
    — Heupel is an offensive guru, but this turnaround will take a while.

    Texas
    — Tom Herman went 32-18 in four years, 22-13 in Big X games, got the ax anyway.
    — Rival Oklahoma has won six consecutive Big X titles; Texas boosters don’t like Oklahoma.
    — Longhorns were 7-3 LY, will be breaking in a new QB this year.
    — New coach Sarkisian was fired at USC for showing up drunk, but he knows Nick Saban, so he gets another head coaching job.

    Utah State
    — New HC Anderson led Arkansas State to 6 bowls in 7 years.
    — Utah State has regressed since scoring 47.5 ppg in 2018.
    — Aggies went 1-5 LY, scoring 10.4 ppg in the losses.
    — Utah State has 9 starters back on offense, 7 on defense.

    Vanderbilt
    — New coach Clark Lee is a Vanderbilt alum.
    — Commodores get three guys on OL back who opted out of last year.
    — Vandy allowed 38+ points in seven of nine games LY.
    — QB Seals completed 64.6% of his passes LY, so they’re good there.

  27. #117
    WNBA

    Friday, June 25


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    Trend Report
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Las Vegas @ Minnesota
    Las Vegas
    Las Vegas is 5-0 SU in its last 5 games
    The total has gone OVER in 4 of Las Vegas's last 5 games
    Minnesota
    Minnesota is 19-3 SU in its last 22 games when playing at home against Las Vegas
    Minnesota is 4-1 SU in its last 5 games at home


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  28. #118
    WNBA
    Dunkel

    Friday, June 25



  29. #119

  30. #120
    FRIDAY, JUNE 25
    GAME TIME(ET) PICK UNITS


    LV at MIN 08:00 PM
    MIN +6.5
    O 170.5

    +500 +500

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