Playoffs are nearly here so here are some predictions before they start
Pick:Toronto +2 Point
Ben Burns is now 14-5 his L19 top plays, 29-10 his L39. Overall, he’s 39-20 the L11 days. Winning at this time of the year is nothing new. Last year, Ben had a 106-63 (+$29,169) RECORD for the month of March. He’d close the NCAA tourney on a 50-31 ATS CBB HEATER. “Deja Vu” in ’17?
With both Cousins and Davis in their lineup, the Pelicans bring some serious power to the table. They’ve started to play decently, winning two of their last four games. However, a closer look shows that both of those wins came against sub-500 teams. They’re still 2-5 their last seven. Recent games against winning teams have still resulted in losses. They’re 0-4 SU their last four against teams which were above .500. They’re still just 25-39 overall, below .500 both on the road and here at home. Yet, they’re laying points against a Raptor team which is above .500 on the road and which is 37-26 overall. The Raptors, 9-6-1 ATS when listed as underdogs, haven’t played since Saturday. They’re 7-5 ATS (9-3 SU) the last 12 times that they played with three or more day’s rest in between games and they should bounce back with a big effort here.