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    Tuesday's Best NCAAB Bets
    By Covers.com

    Georgetown Hoyas at Seton Hall Pirates (1.5, 121.5)

    Expect a display of physical basketball when No. 8 Georgetown travels to Seton Hall in the 94th meeting between the Big East rivals. Georgetown allows only 58.7 points and 38.4 percent from the field, while Seton Hall allows 63.2 points and 43.2 percent from the floor.

    The Hoyas have won two straight and are tied for fourth place in the Big East; coach John Thompson’s team is trying to earn a two-round bye for finishing among the top four.

    Hollis Thompson is coming off a double-double and is averaging 13.4 points and 5.5 rebounds; he had 14 points against the Pirates last season. He’s combined with Jason Clark (14.8 points, 4.2 rebounds) to provide an effective one-two offensive punch.

    Seton Hall is trying to claw its way into the top eight and earn a first-round tournament bye; the Pirates are currently half a game behind West Virginia. Georgetown has dominated the recent series, winning six of the last seven meetings, including 80-75 a year ago.

    Pick: Hoyas

    North Carolina Tar Heels at North Carolina State Wolfpack (6.5, 150)


    No. 7 North Carolina looks to keep pace with Duke and Florida State atop the ACC standings as the regular season draws to a close. The Tar Heels lead the nation in rebounding, averaging 46 boards per game and trail only Iona, scoring 82.8 points per game. UNC also ranks in the top 10 in assists and blocks.

    The Tar Heels took care of business against Clemson over the weekend, maintaining their share of the conference lead. Harrison Barnes leads UNC and remains second in the ACC scoring race, averaging 18 points per game.

    North Carolina State looks to avoid its third straight loss as they close out a three-game set against ACC co-leaders Duke, Florida State and North Carolina.

    NC State boasts five players averaging double-figures and also leads the conference from the free throw line, shooting 73.9 percent. Scott Wood paces the Pack from the charity stripe, connecting on 91.9 percent - fourth-best in the nation and tops in the ACC.

    Pick: Over

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    Tuesday's Best NBA Bets
    By Covers.com

    Detroit Pistons at Cleveland Cavaliers (-1.5, 191)

    The young Cavaliers are tough to get a read on from one game to the next, but with Kyrie Irving leading the way, their future looks bright.

    The Cavaliers shot just 36 percent on Sunday and still came away with a 93-92 victory when Irving hit a pair of free throws in the final second of play.

    "We got a little lucky tonight, that's all I can say," coach Byron Scott told reporters. "I didn't think we played the way we are capable of playing. I thought we were kind of messing around in the first half. [The Kings] had a lot of confidence they could win the game. We just tried to turn it on. You just can't turn it on and off."

    Irving finished with 21 points, but hit only eight of his 23 attempts from the floor while Cleveland dropped the cash for the third time in four games.

    Meanwhile, Detroit has covered in each of its last four.

    Pick: Pistons

    Sacramento Kings at Miami Heat (-14, 203.5)

    Strangely enough, it seems as though the Miami Heat are happy to share the NBA spotlight these days.

    With the Jeremy Lin buzz and a hectic schedule providing plenty of plotlines, the Heat have quietly won six games in a row, both straight up and against the spread.

    "We don't know if people get bored (with Miami winning) or not," LeBron James told reporters. "We just know there's a lot more going on. I guess there's other, better story lines right now going on in the league, so we can go out and just play the game and just try to do it at a high level. Let everybody else get the headlines right now and just play Miami Heat basketball."

    Clearly, this team has come a long way since The Decision. The Heat have won each of the last six by at least 12 points, which has allowed them to sit James and the starters regularly in the fourth quarter.

    That rest is going to help them out a lot in the second half of the season.

    Pick: Heat

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    Tuesday's Best NHL Bets
    By Covers.com

    New York Rangers at Pittsburgh Penguins (-115, 5)

    The New York Rangers are still rumored to be a frontrunner in the Rick Nash sweepstakes – whether their supporters like it or not.

    After he scored late in regulation to tie Sunday’s game at Madison Square Garden the Rangers faithful responded with a “We don’t want you” chant. Derek Stepan scored in overtime to give New York a 4-3 win, marking the club’s seventh win in its last nine games.

    "Our team has had a pretty good maturity level all year long, being able to bounce back in tough situations," Stepan told reporters. "It was a good test for us to see if we would bounce back, and I think we did a great job."

    The Rangers have excellent chemistry with this club now, so it’ll be interesting to see if they do make any major moves before the deadline.

    The Penguins came away with a 4-1 victory when these two teams met last month, but the Rangers have won four of the last five meetings between the clubs.

    Pick: Rangers

    Los Angeles Kings at Phoenix Coyotes (-135, 5)


    Rich Nash has also been linked to the Los Angeles Kings, who would be happy to pick up such an offensive threat.

    The Kings were blanked for the second game in a row Saturday, falling 1-0 to the Calgary Flames. Los Angeles also lost 1-0 to Phoenix before that, so Tuesday’s game will be huge in the Western Conference standings.

    Los Angeles now sits ninth in the conference, two points back of seventh-place Phoenix.

    "It's definitely frustrating. I think it's been frustrating all year for all the players in here," Kings captain Dustin Brown said. "The lack of scoring. Tonight we had some really good chances.”

    Another poor offensive showing could force the Kings to make a move. They can’t afford to drop any further in the standings.

    Pick: Under

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    Tuesday’s Betting Tips
    By Covers.com

    Who’s hot

    NBA: The under is 19-7 in Cleveland’s last 26 home games.

    NBA: Miami has won and covered in each of its last six games overall.

    NHL: Phoenix has won seven of its last eight.

    NHL: Seven of Philadelphia’s last eight games have played over.

    NCAAB: Seton Hall is 7-2 against the spread in its last nine home games.

    NCAAB: Auburn has covered the number in nine of its last 11 overall.

    Who’s not

    NBA: The over is 7-20 in Sacramento’s last 27 road games.

    NBA: Detroit is 7-17 against the spread in its last 24 road games.

    NHL: Edmonton is 6-21-1 in its 28 games in Calgary.

    NHL: Chicago is 3-9 in its last 12 overall.

    NCAAB: The over is 2-10 in Michigan’s last 12.

    NCAAB: N.C. State is 4-16-1 against the spread in its last 21 home games.

    Key stat

    38.4 – The Georgetown Hoyas sit 11th nationally in defensive field goal percentage, allowing opponents to hit just 38.4 percent of their shots. The Hoyas held Providence to just 25.9 percent shooting in last weekend’s 63-53 win and face a Seton Hall offense that ranks 195th in the country at 43.1 percent on Tuesday.

    Injury that shouldn’t be overlooked

    Nikolai Khabibulin, Edmonton Oilers - Khabibulin is expected to be sidelined seven-to-10 days with a sore groin, the team announced on Monday. The veteran netminder exited Sunday's game against the Vancouver Canucks with the injury. Khabibulin allowed two goals on 17 shots in the opening period and was replaced by Devan Dubnyk to start the second. The 39-year-old Russian has posted a 12-16-5 record with two shutouts and 2.60 goals-against average this season. The Oilers visit Calgary Tuesday.

    Game of the day

    Kentucky Wildcats at Mississippi State Bulldogs (9.5, 139.5)

    Notable quotable

    "Basketball is such an emotional game, you got to be able to have all of yourself in the game and invested in the game. We didn't have that. Pau, it's hard for Pau because of all this trade talk and all this other stuff, it's hard for him to kind of invest himself completely or immerse himself completely into games when he's hearing trade talk every other day. I wish management would come out and either trade him or not trade him." – Kobe Bryant on the ongoing trade rumors surrounding teammate Pau Gasol.

    Notes and tips

    Detroit Red Wings starting goaltender Jimmy Howard (broken finger) will be back in the cage Tuesday against the Chicago Blackhawks. Howard owns a 2.03 goals against average with five shutouts this season. The Red Wings are set as +100 road underdogs.

    The Florida Gators expect to have guard Mike Rosario back in the lineup Tuesday against Auburn after he missed three games with a hip pointer. Rosario, who averages 7.9 points per game, originally suffered the injury at practice and re-aggravated it Friday. He is still officially listed as questionable.

    Carl Edwards was caught from behind in the final race of the season in 2011 to lose the Sprint Cup championship. He'll start 2012 as the driver to catch. Edwards won the pole for next weekend's season-opening Daytona 500, beating out teammate Greg Biffle during qualifying Sunday at Daytona International Speedway. A fast lap of 194.738 mph secured the pole for Edwards, who posted the fastest time in winning the pole since Jeff Gordon in 1999. Biffle turned a fast lap of 194.087 mph to join his Roush Fenway Racing teammate on the front row.

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    The Gold Sheet

    KEY RELEASES

    ★★★New Orleans 93 - INDIANA 91—Indiana snapped an 8-game
    pointspread losing streak against Charlotte on Sunday, but not sold on Pacer
    problems being solved. Pacer PG Darren Collison has hit a shooting slump
    (made just 4 of last 14 shots), F Danny Granger has been very inconsistent, and
    Indy is just 1-7 against the number last 8 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
    Meanwhile, can’t help but notice New Orleans took a 3-game SU win streak into
    Oklahoma City last night, recording victories in New York and Milwaukee and
    beating Utah at home in that run. The Hornets are 6-1 SU and have covered last
    4 against the Pacers, and although those wins came prior to Chris Paul and
    David West leaving the team, there are signs the Hornets can continue the
    trend. The re-awakening of C Chris Kaman has been a major boost, as he’s
    averaged 17 ppg and 10.4 rpg since being “reactivated” 5 games ago. N.O. PG
    Greivis Vasquez has also been a major contributor, as the 6-6 Venezuelan and
    former Maryland Terrapin has scored 13 ppg & handed out 8.2 apg since being
    made the starter earlier this month. 10-IND -3' 94-93 (191), NO -4' 108-96 (191)

    ★★★Detroit 94 - CLEVELAND 88—Detroit has turned its situation around,
    winning 7 of last 10 SU (9-1 vs. the points) after starting the season 4-20 SU.
    Return to health of G Ben Gordon helped the Piston cause, as did an uptick in
    shooting efficiency of Rodney Stuckey (48% in February). Cleveland,
    conversely, has dropped 3 of 4 since losing C Anderson Varejao to injury. Cav
    rookie PG Kyrie Irving and vet F Antawn Jamison have combined for 40 ppg in
    February, but Cleveland is shooting just 41% as a team this month. Cavs have
    held an edge in the series, winning 14 of last 16 against the Pistons SU,
    covering 12 of those games. However, LeBron James had a lot to do with most
    of those wins, as both Piston victories have come since King James left town.
    Detroit C Greg Monroe figures to have a big game against Cav replacement
    pivot Semih Erden (not a great rebounder or offensive player...bad combo). 11-
    Cle +5' 105-89 (188); 10-DET -5 102-92 (193), Det +1' 103-94 (195), CLE +4' 97-91 (197), Cle
    +6' 110-101 (212)


    MIAMI 103 - Sacramento 82—Miami has emerged as the best team in the
    league the last few weeks, as the Heat have won 9 of last 10 SU and covered
    6 straight, punctuated by Sunday revenge romp past Magic. Miami has
    developed a bit of a mean streak lately, covering 5 of last 6 laying 9 points or
    more. Psychologically, this might be a soft spot for Miami, as the Heat are
    coming that satisfying win vs. Orlando and they have a date with the revitalized
    New York Knicks up next. An argument can also be made that Sacramento has
    responded very positively to interim HC Keith Smart, as formerly troubled C
    DeMarcus Cousins has straightened up and averaged 20 & 12 in his last 10
    games. However, Miami’s 13.5 ppg win margin the last 10 games is due to the
    Heat holding foes to just 89 ppg & 39.9% shooting. Sacramento has lost last 5
    SU and yielded 105 ppg while shooting just 41.7% as a team. Meanwhile, Miami
    is getting important contributions from PG Mario Chalmers (47% on 3-pointers)
    to supplement all-star level production of LeBron, D-Wade and Chris Bosh. 10-
    Mia -9' 104-83 (194), MIA -13 117-97 (206)

    MEMPHIS 97 - Philadelphia 88—Memphis failed us miserably over the
    weekend, blowing big leads against both Denver and Golden State to eke out a
    pair of 1-point wins due to massive defensive lapses. The Grizzlies had been
    covering at a 60% clip at the FedEx Forum the last 1+ seasons, but are now just
    8-8 against the points at home this season. However, Philadelphia showing that
    loss of C Spencer Hawes has been even more of a factor than originally
    anticipated. The Sixers are 12-2 SU with Hawes in the lineup and just 8-10
    without him. Doug Collins’ Philly side has been in a nosedive against the points,
    dropping 6 of last 7, as Jrue Holiday and Andre Iguodala have seen their
    shooting efficiency drop. Sixers scoring just 89 ppg & rank as one of the worstshooting
    teams in the league over the last 10 games. Memphis C Marc Gasol
    should take advantage of Sixer rookie replacement pivots Lavoy Allen & Nikola
    Vucevic, and Grizzly HC Lionel Hollins will find a way to hold on to the lead. 10-
    Mem +3' 99-94 (195), MEM -3' 102-91 (191)

    PORTLAND 97 - San Antonio 90—Injury reports very different for these
    teams, as Portland regained services of all-star power forward LaMarcus
    Aldridge over the weekend while San Antonio has probably lost G Manu Ginobili
    for at least a few games due to a strained oblique. Both teams are coming off
    games last night, Spurs in Utah and Blazers at the Lakers, but neither has
    exhibited strong pointspread trends when unrested. The Rose Garden has
    been a tough place to play for Gregg Popovich’s San Antonio side, as the Spurs
    are 0-6 SU last 6 trips in, and they’ve dropped 7 of the last 8 against the number
    in Portland. Depleted San Antonio started 6-0 SU on their “rodeo road trip” prior
    to facing Utah, but this might be the toughest stop of the trip. 11-SAN -1' 99-83
    (195); 10-SAN -7' 95-78 (193), POR +5 99-86 (189), POR -4' 98-96 (192), Por
    +3 100-92 (191)



    The Gold Sheet (College)

    ★★★OHIO ST. 74 - Illinois 46—It’s been agonizing for members of the
    rather closely-knit NCAA coaching community to watch Illinois’ Bruce Weber
    commit virtual “coaching suicide” with a seemingly unending stream of curious
    and self-damaging comments, including, “The sad thing about the whole thing,
    I guess, is it’s my fault. Instead of creating toughness and developing a team,
    I coached not to lose all year. It’s sad, to be honest, but it is what it is.” The
    depression of a string of 8 losses in 9 games got even worse with Illinois’
    Saturday 80-57 loss at offensively-limited Nebraska, and the war drums
    continue to beat louder for Weber’s scalp in Champaign-Urbana. Now, the Illini
    catch vastly superior Ohio State coming off a stinging 56-51 loss at rival
    Michigan, during which the Buckeyes didn’t play intelligently, waiting way too
    long to pound the ball into star Jared Sullinger in the post. On the bright side for
    OSU, often under-utilized F Deshaun Thomas demonstrated his upward
    potential with 25 points at Ann Arbor. The Buckeyes 5-2 vs. the number at home
    in Big Ten play

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    NBA

    Hot Teams

    -- Hornets won three of last four games, covering all four.
    -- Pistons won seven of last nine games (8-1 vs spread).
    -- Miami won/covered its last six games.
    -- Grizzlies won four of their last five home games.
    -- Spurs won their last 11 games (9-2 vs spread).

    Cold Teams
    -- Indiana covered one of its last six home games.
    -- Cavaliers are 0-6 (0-4-2 vs spread) in game following last six wins.
    -- Kings lost their last five road games, but covered six of last eight.
    -- 76ers lost last three games, by 16-7-1 point.
    -- Portland lost four of its last five home games.

    Wear and Tear
    -- Hornets: 2nd nite in row, after two off. Pacers: 2nd/5 nites.
    -- Pistons: 3rd game/5 nites. Cavaliers: 3rd game/5 nites.
    -- Kings: 3rd game/5 nites. Heat: 3rd game/5 nites.
    -- 76ers: 3rd game/5 nites. Grizzlies: 6th game/8 nites.
    -- Spurs: 3rd game/4 nites. Trailblazers: 6th game/8 nites.

    Totals
    -- Last four Indiana games stayed under the total.
    -- Five of last seven Detroit games went over the total. Cavaliers' last four games stayed under.
    -- Under is 13-4 in Sacramento's last 17 road games.
    -- Last four Memphis games went over the total.
    -- Five of last six San Antonio games went over total.

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    NHL

    Hot teams

    -- Devils won their last five road games.
    -- Pittsburgh won six of its last seven home games. Rangers won four of their last five road games.
    -- Islanders won six of their last eight road games.
    -- Winnipeg won its last three games, outscoring foes 13-6.
    -- Ducks won four of their last five games. Tampa Bay won six of its last nine home games.
    -- Nashville won seven of its last eight home games. Canucks won six of their last seven road games.
    -- Detroit won its last six games, allowing 10 goals (all at home). Blackhawks won their last three games, allowing four goals.
    -- Flames won three of their last four games.
    -- Coyotes won their last five home games.


    Cold teams
    -- Toronto lost five of its last six games.
    -- Sabres lost four of their last five games.
    -- Philadelphia lost six of its last eight games.
    -- Sharks lost eight of their last nine road games. Blue Jackets lost three of their last four games.
    -- Montreal lost five of its last seven home games. Dallas Stars lost five of their last six games overall.
    -- Edmonton lost five of its last six games.
    -- Kings lost four of last five games, last two by 1-0 scores.


    Totals
    -- Under is 4-1-1 in last six New Jersey games.
    -- Four of last five Pittsburgh games went over the total.
    -- Last three Islander games went over the total.
    -- Flyers' last eight games all went over the total.
    -- Seven of last ten San Jose games went over the total.
    -- 11 of last 13 Anaheim road games stayed under the total.
    -- Three of last four Montreal games went over the total.
    -- Over is 3-0-1 in Vancouver's last four road games.
    -- Four of last five Detroit games stayed under the total.
    -- Under is 3-1-1 in last five Calgary home games. Seven of Edmonton's last eight games went over.
    -- 10 of last 11 Los Angeles games stayed under the total.

    Series records
    -- Devils won three of their last four games against Toronto.
    -- Rangers won four of their last five games against Pittsburgh.
    -- Islanders won six of their last eight games against Buffalo.
    -- Jets won six in row, 10 of last 11 games against Philadelphia.
    -- Sharks won last four games with Columbus, outscoring them 13-4.
    -- Ducks won their last three games against Tampa Bay.
    -- Home side won four of last five Dallas-Montreal games.
    -- Canucks won seven of last ten games against Nashville.
    -- Red Wings won three of last four games against Chicago.
    -- Flames won nine in row, 16 of last 17 games against Edmonton.
    -- Kings won five of last seven games against Phoenix.

    Back-to-Back
    -- Islanders are 3-1 on the road if they played day/night before.

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    Crushers


    Basketball Crusher

    Michigan +2 over Northwestern


    Hockey Crusher

    Chicago Blackhawks (PICK) over Detroit Red Wings


    Soccer Crusher

    Barnsley + Birmingham City UNDER 2.5
    This match is happening in England

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    DCI CBB

    Season
    Straight Up: 3283-1031 (.761)
    ATS: 1381-1507 (.478)
    ATS Vary Units: 4031-4652 (.464)
    Over/Under: 1430-1456 (.495)
    Over/Under Vary Units: 1702-1711 (.499)

    America East Conference
    Stony Brook 62, HARTFORD 52
    Vermont 73, BINGHAMTON 48
    Atlantic 10 Conference
    MASSACHUSETTS 75, Xavier 74
    Atlantic Coast Conference
    Clemson 61, GEORGIA TECH 56
    Miami (Fla.) 71, MARYLAND 69
    North Carolina 79, NC STATE 70
    Virginia 56, VIRGINIA TECH 52
    Big 12 Conference
    MISSOURI 74, Kansas State 64
    Big East Conference
    Georgetown vs. SETON HALL: TOO CLOSE TO CALL
    Big Ten Conference
    Michigan 64, NORTHWESTERN 62
    OHIO STATE 72, Illinois 53
    Horizon League
    BUTLER 67, Uic 50
    GREEN BAY 61, Cleveland State 60
    VALPARAISO 66, Loyola (Chicago) 50
    Mid-American Conference
    Kent State 68, MIAMI (OHIO) 63
    Missouri Valley Conference
    CREIGHTON 79, Evansville 69
    Mountain West Conference
    New Mexico 70, COLORADO STATE 60
    Southeastern Conference
    FLORIDA 74, Auburn 56
    Kentucky 75, MISSISSIPPI STATE 62
    Southern Conference
    UNC GREENSBORO 71, Wofford 70

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    DCI NBA

    Monday
    Straight Up: 9-2 (.818)
    ATS: 5-5 (.500)
    ATS Vary Units: 14-14 (.500)
    Over/Under: 10-1 (.909)
    Over/Under Vary Units: 19-0 (1.000)

    Season
    Straight Up: 301-156 (.659)
    ATS: 246-229 (.518)
    ATS Vary Units: 670-607 (.525)
    Over/Under: 235-237 (.498)
    Over/Under Vary Units: 508-552 (.479)

    CHICAGO 92, Atlanta 82
    NEW YORK 103, New Jersey 91
    OKLAHOMA CITY 102, New Orleans 87
    Orlando 89, MILWAUKEE 88
    DALLAS 92, Boston 81
    HOUSTON 99, Memphis 94
    DENVER 108, Minnesota 99
    PHOENIX 106, Washington 94
    San Antonio 101, UTAH 95
    L.A. Clippers 102, GOLDEN STATE 101
    L.A. LAKERS 92, Portland 88

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    DCI NHL

    Season: 285-210 (.576)

    BUFFALO 3, N.Y. Islanders 2
    New Jersey vs. TORONTO: TOO CLOSE TO CALL
    PITTSBURGH 3, N.Y. Rangers 2
    San Jose vs. COLUMBUS: TOO CLOSE TO CALL
    Philadelphia vs. WINNIPEG: TOO CLOSE TO CALL
    MONTREAL 3, Dallas 2
    Anaheim vs. TAMPA BAY: TOO CLOSE TO CALL
    Vancouver vs. NASHVILLE: TOO CLOSE TO CALL
    Detroit vs. CHICAGO: TOO CLOSE TO CALL
    CALGARY 3, Edmonton 2
    PHOENIX 2, Los Angeles 1

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    Gamblers Data

    Free Play Tuesday

    Montreal -145

    Arthur Ralph Sports

    Our Free Plays are 807- 581 (57 %) over the last 3 years PLUS




    Mighty Quinn

    Mighty hit with St. John’s (-6) Monday.

    Tuesday it’s Wofford. The deficit is 125 sirignanos.

    Your Free Winner TUES Michigan + 1 1/2

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    Sportbook Investing
    Play of the Day:

    Michigan +2 over Northwestern

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    Today's NBA Picks

    Sacramento at Miami

    The Kings look to build on their 8-2 ATS record in their last 10 games as an underdog. Sacramento is the pick (+14) according to Dunkel, which has the Heat favored by only 10. Dunkel Pick: Sacramento (+14). Here are all of today's picks
    TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21
    Time Posted: 8:30 a.m. EST

    Game 701-702: New Orleans at Indiana (7:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: New Orleans 114.618; Indiana 121.084
    Dunkel Line & Total: Indiana by 6 1/2; 177
    Vegas Line & Total: Indiana by 11; 180 1/2
    Dunkel Pick: New Orleans (+11); Under

    Game 703-704: Detroit at Cleveland (7:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: Detroit 115.219; Cleveland 118.669
    Dunkel Line & Total: Cleveland by 3 1/2; 196
    Vegas Line & Total: Cleveland by 1 1/2; 192 1/2
    Dunkel Pick: Cleveland (-1 1/2); Over

    Game 705-706: Sacramento at Miami (7:30 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: Sacramento 117.629; Miami 127.697
    Dunkel Line & Total: Miami by 10; 207
    Vegas Line & Total: Miami by 14; 203 1/2
    Dunkel Pick: Sacramento (+14); Over

    Game 707-708: Philadelphia at Memphis (8:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: Philadelphia 122.393; Memphis 119.020
    Dunkel Line & Total: Philadelphia by 3 1/2; 175
    Vegas Line & Total: Philadelphia by 1; 179
    Dunkel Pick: Philadelphia (-1); Under

    Game 709-710: San Antonio at Portland (10:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: San Antonio 122.510; Portland 121.658
    Dunkel Line & Total: San Antonio by 1; 186
    Vegas Line & Total: Portland by 4; 189
    Dunkel Pick: San Antonio (+4); Under



    NCAA Basketball Picks

    Virginia at Virginia Tech

    The Cavaliers look to build on their 5-0 ATS record in their last 5 games as a road favorite. Virginia is the pick (-2) according to Dunkel, which has the Cavaliers favored by 3 1/2. Dunkel Pick: Virginia (-2). Here are all of today's picks.
    TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21
    Time Posted: 7:30 a.m. EST

    Game 711-712: Xavier at Massachusetts (7:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: Xavier 62.271; Massachusetts 65.312
    Dunkel Line: Massachusetts by 4; 146
    Vegas Line: Massachusetts by 1; 150 1/2
    Dunkel Pick: Massachusetts (-1); Under

    Game 713-714: Clemson at Georgia Tech (7:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: Clemson 61.201; Georgia Tech 59.803
    Dunkel Line: Clemson by 1 1/2; 124
    Vegas Line: Clemson by 3 1/2; 120 1/2
    Dunkel Pick: Georgia Tech (+3 1/2); Over

    Game 715-716: Kansas State at Missouri (7:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: Kansas State 67.579; Missouri 75.805
    Dunkel Line: Missouri by 8; 135
    Vegas Line: Missouri by 9 1/2; 139
    Dunkel Pick Kansas State (+9 1/2); Under

    Game 717-718: Georgetown at Seton Hall (7:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: Georgetown 69.458; Seton Hall 66.072
    Dunkel Line: Georgetown by 3 1/2; 126
    Vegas Line: Georgetown by 1 1/2; 122 1/2
    Dunkel Pick: Georgetown (-1 1/2); Over

    Game 719-720: Illinois at Ohio State (7:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: Illinois 58.780; Ohio State 77.720
    Dunkel Line: Ohio State by 19; 133
    Vegas Line: Ohio State by 15 1/2; 128 1/2
    Dunkel Pick: Ohio State (-15 1/2); Over

    Game 721-722: Michigan at Northwestern (8:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: Michigan 70.529; Northwestern 69.748
    Dunkel Line: Michigan by 1; 125
    Vegas Line: Northwestern by 2 1/2; 129
    Dunkel Pick: Michigan (+2 1/2); Under

    Game 723-724: Illinois-Chicago at Butler (7:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: Illinois-Chicago 49.718; Butler 60.044
    Dunkel Line: Butler by 10 1/2; 130
    Vegas Line: Butler by 13; 126
    Dunkel Pick: Illinois-Chicago (+13); Over

    Game 725-726: Kent State at Miami (OH) (7:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: Kent State 56.688; Miami (OH) 52.637
    Dunkel Line: Kent State by 4; 127
    Vegas Line: Kent State by 1 1/2; 131
    Dunkel Pick: Kent State (-1 1/2); Under

    Game 727-728: Auburn at Florida (7:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: Auburn 58.527; Florida 74.245
    Dunkel Line: Florida by 15 1/2; 139
    Vegas Line: Florida by 17; 133
    Dunkel Pick: Auburn (+17); Over

    Game 729-730: Evansville at Creighton (8:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: Evansville 56.871; Creighton 69.989
    Dunkel Line: Creighton by 13; 141
    Vegas Line: Creighton by 10 1/2; 150 1/2
    Dunkel Pick: Creighton (-10 1/2); Under

    Game 731-732: Cleveland State at WI-Green Bay (8:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: Cleveland State 55.291; WI-Green Bay 51.944
    Dunkel Line: Cleveland State by 3 1/2; 125
    Vegas Line: Cleveland State by 1 1/2; 129
    Dunkel Pick: Cleveland State (-1 1/2); Under

    Game 733-734: Loyola-Chicago at Valparaiso (8:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: Loyola-Chicago 49.558; Valparaiso 59.398
    Dunkel Line: Valparaiso by 10; 122
    Vegas Line: Valparaiso by 12 1/2; 120 1/2
    Dunkel Pick: Loyola-Chicago (+12 1/2); Over

    Game 735-736: Miami (FL) at Maryland (8:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: Miami (FL) 66.599; Maryland 62.011
    Dunkel Line: Miami (FL) by 4 1/2; 144
    Vegas Line: Miami (FL) by 2; 139
    Dunkel Pick: Miami (FL) (-2); Over

    Game 737-738: North Carolina at NC State (8:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: North Carolina 71.598; NC State 67.394
    Dunkel Line: North Carolina by 4; 146
    Vegas Line: North Carolina by 6 1/2; 148 1/2
    Dunkel Pick: NC State (+6 1/2); Under

    Game 739-740: Virginia at Virginia Tech (9:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: Virginia 65.931; Virginia Tech 62.199
    Dunkel Line: Virginia by 3 1/2; 118
    Vegas Line: Virginia by 2; 114 1/2
    Dunkel Pick: Virginia (-2); Over

    Game 741-742: Kentucky at Mississippi State (9:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: Kentucky 74.213; Mississippi State 66.688
    Dunkel Line: Kentucky by 7 1/2; 135
    Vegas Line: Kentucky by 9 1/2; 139 1/2
    Dunkel Pick: Mississippi State (+9 1/2); Under

    Game 743-744: New Mexico at Colorado State (10:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: New Mexico 70.918; Colorado State 66.664
    Dunkel Line: New Mexico by 4 1/2; 131
    Vegas Line: New Mexico by 6; 134 1/2
    Dunkel Pick: Colorado State (+6); Under

    Game 745-746: Wofford at NC-Greensboro (7:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: Wofford 52.479; NC-Greensboro 47.792
    Dunkel Line: Wofford by 4 1/2; 142
    Vegas Line: Wofford by 1 1/2; 137 1/2
    Dunkel Pick: Wofford (-1 1/2); Over



    Today's NHL Picks

    NY Rangers at Pittsburgh

    The Penguins look to build on their 6-1 record in their last 7 home games. Pittsburgh is the pick (-115) according to Dunkel, which has the Penguins favored by 1. Dunkel Pick: Pittsburgh (-115). Here are all of today's picks.
    TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21
    Time Posted 8:00 a.m. EST

    Game 1-2: New Jersey at Toronto (7:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: New Jersey 11.289; Toronto 11.735
    Dunkel Line & Total: Toronto by 1/2; 5
    Vegas Line & Total: New Jersey (-120); 5 1/2
    Dunkel Pick: Toronto (+100); Under

    Game 3-4: NY Rangers at Pittsburgh (7:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: NY Rangers 11.182; Pittsburgh 12.049
    Dunkel Line & Total: Pittsburgh by 1; 5 1/2
    Vegas Line & Total: Pittsburgh (-115); 5
    Dunkel Pick: Pittsburgh (-115); Over

    Game 5-6: NY Islanders at Buffalo (7:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: NY Islanders 11.600; Buffalo 10.173
    Dunkel Line & Total: NY Islanders by 1 1/2; 5
    Vegas Line & Total: No Line
    Dunkel Pick: N/A

    Game 7-8: Philadelphia at Winnipeg (7:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: Philadelphia 12.215; Winnipeg 10.822
    Dunkel Line & Total: Philadelphia by 1 1/2; 6 1/2
    Vegas Line & Total: Philadelphia (-125); 5 1/2
    Dunkel Pick: Philadelphia (-125); Over

    Game 9-10: San Jose at Columbus (7:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: San Jose 9.985; Columbus 10.974
    Dunkel Line & Total: Columbus by 1; 4 1/2
    Vegas Line & Total: San Jose (-175); 5 1/2
    Dunkel Pick: Columbus (+155); Under

    Game 11-12: Anaheim at Tampa Bay (7:30 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: Anaheim 11.870; Tampa Bay 10.900
    Dunkel Line & Total: Anaheim by 1; 6
    Vegas Line & Total: Anaheim (-115); 5 1/2
    Dunkel Pick: Anaheim (-115); Over

    Game 13-14: Dallas at Montreal (7:30 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: Dallas 10.899; Montreal 11.089
    Dunkel Line & Total: Montreal by 1; 6
    Vegas Line & Total: Montreal (-145); 5
    Dunkel Pick: Montreal (-145); Over

    Game 15-16: Vancouver at Nashville (8:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: Vancouver 11.429; Nashville 12.036
    Dunkel Line & Total: Nashville by 1/2; 4 1/2
    Vegas Line & Total: Vancouver (-120); 5 1/2
    Dunkel Pick: Nashville (+100); Under

    Game 17-18: Detroit at Chicago (8:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: Detroit 11.864; Chicago 12.616
    Dunkel Line & Total: Chicago by 1; 5
    Vegas Line & Total: Chicago (-115); 5 1/2
    Dunkel Pick: Chicago (-115); Under

    Game 19-20: Edmonton at Calgary (9:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: Edmonton 11.370; Calgary 10.762
    Dunkel Line & Total: Edmonton by 1/2; 6
    Vegas Line & Total: Calgary (-170); 5 1/2
    Dunkel Pick: Edmonton (+150); Over

    Game 21-22: Los Angeles at Phoenix (9:00 p.m. EST)
    Dunkel Ratings: Los Angeles 12.414; Phoenix 11.162
    Dunkel Line & Total: Los Angeles by 1 1/2; 4
    Vegas Line & Total: Phoenix (-130); 5
    Dunkel Pick: Los Angeles (+110); Under

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