Monday, February 2, 2009

Monday's NBA & College Basketball Picks

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Even though I got the side wrong in the game last night, I still hit both props and the total, banking a slight profit from last night's fantastic Superbowl, finishing the NFL season up over 30 units.

Back the college hoops and NBA grind...

Monday's NBA & College Basketball Picks:

Pick: Baylor Bears +1 (CBB)
Value: 4 Unit Play

Pick: Portland Trailblazers +3.5 (NBA)
Value: 3 Unit Play

Pick: Connecitcut Huskies +2.5 (CBB)
Value: 3 Unit Play

Pick: Dallas Mavericks +7 (NBA)
Value: 2 Unit Play

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

Good Luck!

-The Visionary

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Brad Renfro said...

How are you going to take credit for the prop plays when you specifically said you recommend not laying any money on the props?

The Visionary said...

I offered two props at 2-units each. If I didn't want you to play them, I wouldn't have put them on the card.

The Visionary said...

Now that I reread the post, I guess I did say, "I don't recommend betting any money on these props".

What I meant to say was, "I don't recommend betting any serious money on these props."

Sorry if I mislead you in anyway. I will record the day as 2.5 unit loss. However, I didn't really lose money on the game. I did bet two-units on the props. I wouldn't put a play on a card that I don't advise betting.

Brad Renfro said...

Fair enough. The wording was odd when I read it. I figured that's what you meant. Keep it on the did advertise them as 2-unit plays.

The Visionary said...


Thank You for being reasonable. I clearly wasn't trying to deceive anyone in any way. I just mistyped. I would have deducted them if I had lost. Additionally, I really like my record here to show a true reflection of my actual bankroll. The more I stray from that, the less personal this blog becomes.