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Matchup Selection W/L
NHL  |  Jan 28, 2020
Senators vs Sabres
-184 at pinnacle
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6* Buffalo (7:05 ET): The Sabres have a lot of work to do if they are to make the postseason for the first time in nine years. They currently are 10 points back from where they need to be, that being the Wild Card or third place in the Atlantic. If they are to make a move, the time is probably now as tonight starts a five-game run on home ice. This looks like an easy two points to me as they face division also-ran Ottawa, who just played last night and lost in a shootout.

The Senators fell 4-3 at home to New Jersey Monday, their first game after the All-Star Break. Despite the fact they allowed 53 shots on goal, it’s a game the Sens “should have” won. I say this because they scored not one, but TWO short-handed goals in the third period. They had the lead until 3:21 was left in regulation. None of Ottawa’s goals last night came at even strength (other was on power play). The road has been unkind to this club as they are 5-17-2 SU and being outscored by 1.6 goals per game. That’s the 2nd worst goal differential in the league in road games (Detroit). 

Buffalo can definitely score here at home where they are averaging 3.5 goals per game w/ a solid shooting percentage of 11.8. They are top 10 in the league in goals per game scored at home. While they did lose their final game before the Break (2-1 at Nashville), the Sabres had won three in a row prior to that, scoring 13 goals in the process. They’ve also got revenge here for a 3-1 loss in Ottawa right before X-Mas where they finished with a 44-29 edge in shots. The Sabres are definitely the better team here, they’re in a better situation and Ottawa has won just once in its past 10 games. 6* Buffalo

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Jan 28, 2020
Villanova vs St. John's
St. John's
+3½ -115 at Bovada
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8* St. John’s (6:30 ET): Coming in at #8 in the latest AP Poll (#10 in Coaches), Villanova feels a bit “overrated,” even with a 16-3 SU record. The Wildcats are certainly a Top 20 team, but that’s about it from where I sit. While they’ve won six in a row and are 12-1 SU since December 1st, ‘Nova has been extremely fortunate to go 6-0 in games decided by six points or less during that time. It just feels like Jay Wright’s squad is “due” to drop one and Tuesday’s road game at St. John’s is the place I’ll fade them. 

Most of the winning Villanova has been doing of late has been in Philly. Four of the last five wins have come at home, the exception being Saturday’s 64-60 triumph at Providence. I feel the Wildcats were pretty lucky to win there as they made only ONE field goal over the final 6:45 of game time and were outrebounded badly (-14 in offensive rebounds). Providence also had a bad shooting night, making only 31.7% of their shots including 3 of 23 from three-point range. It’s tough to win, on the road no less, when you attempt 15 fewer shots than your opponent. But somehow Villanova did it. 

St. John’s is a “tougher out” than Providence even though the Red Storm have only two wins in their previous eight games. Both wins were against DePaul, the second one coming on Saturday, 79-66 as 4.5-pt road underdogs. That improves the Red Storm’s record when getting points to 6-3 ATS this season. They are also 8-3 ATS at home where they average 79.5 PPG. On the defensive end, St. John’s has a higher defensive efficiency rating than Villanova. The Red Storm have covered all four meetings w/ Nova the past two seasons (all decided by 7 pts or less). For the favorite, Jermaine Samuels is listed as “day to day” with a foot injury sustained in the Providence game. 8* St. John’s

Matchup Selection W/L
NBA  |  Jan 28, 2020
Pelicans vs Cavs
OVER 233 -109 Won
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10* Over Pelicans/Cavaliers (7:35 ET): After losing the first two games with Zion Williamson on the court, New Orleans finally broke through with a win on Sunday, beating the Celtics 123-108 in a game they (meaning the Pelicans) were actually favored to win. After that performance, the Pelicans have to like their chances going up against a Cleveland side that is one of the league’s worst and will be playing the second night of a back to back. One thing for certain is that the potential for a LOT of scoring is present.

The Cavaliers did pick up a rare victory last night, winning 115-100 in Detroit. They closed as 6.5-point underdogs and Kevin Love scored all 20 of his points in the first half. It was Cleveland’s first win in over two weeks and snapped a seven-game losing streak. The game also went Over, the third straight Cavs’ game to do so. The Over is now 11-3 for this team in the month of January, which really isn’t all that surprising considering they have posted the league’s second worst defensive efficiency rating. Only Washington is worse.

New Orleans has also been going Over quite a bit this month with a 10-3 Over mark. This is a team that can score and Williamson only makes them stronger at that end of the floor. But the Pelicans’ problem remains defense as they actually give up more points per game (117.4) than Cleveland. They are 28th overall in PPG allowed (only Atlanta & Washington worse). With that distinction + Cleveland’s own defensive inefficiencies, look for a ton of scoring tonight. New Orleans is 7-1 Over off a DD win. 10* Over Pelicans/Cavaliers


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