Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Visionary's Wednesday Free Sports Picks

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Nice profitable day on Tuesday.

Let's see if we can keep things in the black with this big card...

(Hey Frank, this one's for you buddy!)

Visionary's Wednesday Free Sports Picks

Pick: Houston Rockets -4 (NBA)
Value: 5 Unit Play

Pick: Ball State Cardinals -6.5 (CFB)
Value: 4 Unit Play

Pick: Cleveland Cavaliers +3 (NBA)
Value: 4 Unit Play

Pick: Villanova Wildcats -16 (CBB)
Value: 3 Unit Play

Pick: Minnesota Timberwolves +3.5 (NBA)
Value: 2 Unit Play

Pick: Oklahoma City Thunder +1 (NBA)
Value: 1 Unit Play

(Visionary's daily free sports picks are rated on a 1 to 5 unit scale)

Good Luck!

-The Visionary


Anonymous said...

Love the Villanova play. The line's been rising and looks just about ripe at -16.

The OK City though is a tough one for me. I saw this team all year last year, and they don't look much better this year. Bad coaching, young inexperienced team, no defense. The Clippers stink, but I think even they can beat up on the "Thunder."

The Visionary said...

The line hasn't been rising in the Nova game. It's been dropping. It opened at 18.5.

The Clippers are getting comfortable losing at home. They are 0-2 on the road this year where they lost by around 20 points in both road games. I see them dropping to 0-3 on the road tonight. With the public on Clippers, it's worth a small play to me.

Good Luck!

Anonymous said...

yeah, that's what I meant. From -18.5 to -16 is a rise, mathematically speaking. I saw the line at -18 originally.

Anyway, good luck today, let's hope the NBA bets pan out this time and start a path towards profitability.

The Visionary said...

I have been absolutely horrendous so far this year in the NBA. You would be better off flipping a coin. Systems that were very successful over the past few years have been doing terrible. What a god awful start to the NBA season. I unloaded at least 30% of my NBA bankroll in the first month.

Anonymous said...

Well, actually, one could be doing much better than flipping a coin following a very effective system - fading your NBA picks :-)

Seriously, stay with it. While certainly anomalous, I doubt it's something more than horrible luck and maybe a few individual cases of bad handicapping, not a general trend. Keep at it, see if we can get out of this mess.