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Ness Notes (Jan 26)

Ness Notes Tuesday’s NBA six-game card is highlighted by Detroit visiting New Jersey at 7:35 ET. Detroit is off to the 3rd consecutive win, winning on Sunday in Philly to edge the Sixers, who own the league’s longest active losing streak (opposing seven consecutive losses!), and at home versus Atlanta last night, where the Pistons lost to the Hawks. NJ is favored by 8 points tonight with a total of 178.

My free play for Tuesday is in the NBA. Take the Mia Heat over the Nor Spurs in NBA’s matchup tonight at 7:35 ET. Coming off an EASY WINNER last night with the SA Spurs, I’m looking to continue my red-hot 22-8-2 run since Feb 3! For today only, I’m opening 22% of my plays and closing 22% of my plays through the usual month of February. However, I do have a rare NBA 15* play in Dallas/San Antonio at 7:35 ET. The Mavs are favored by 8 points with a total of 181.

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Tonight in college hoops, it’s a rare 24-game college basketball card, including an Underclassman against Marquette. Marquette is the class of the East with an RPI of 28, while in the West, Washington is the fit of the season. Idaho and Utah have opened As Speak, while Southern Illinois is on an 11-game winning streak (13-2 ATS with the equalizer).

After 12 hours of play Monday night, the NBA still has two game schedules left, with most games being played around 9:15 ET. TNT has a three-game card with the Spurs taking on the Suns in Miami at 8:05 ET.

There are three games on ESPN national TV tonight in the NBA, the Pistons in Atlanta at 7:35 ET, the Lakers in Portland at 8:05 ET and the 76ers in Philadelphia at 9:35 ET.

Of the 31 teams in the NBA, only seven teams are in action. All but the Pistons (5-0 SU and ATS at home since Feb 3) are playing their games.Detroit is in the playoffs for the first time since 1990, the Pistons’ first team to get to the postseason. Detroit is the only team in this 18-team playoff field to have played all 82 games.

The Pistons lead their own conference by 2 1/2 games in the East, but the 2nd through 12th seeds all need to emerge from the East. Cincinnati, Cleveland, Indiana, Memphis and Miami are still ‘Cuinulating’ as of this writing.

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(opposing seven consecutive losses!)

Tonight’s NBA card features just four games.

TNT has a doubleheader, starting with the Pistons in Miami at 8:05 ET. Detroit is priced as a $ihilation tonight with a TNT Sportsplex exclusive matchup. Detroit is a 21-point home favorite with a roster depleted by injury. Miami is just 6-10 SU and the only other team in the Heat’s division with a similar record is Indianapolis (7-9). Indiana is in a pointspread hole against the Lakers, who are just 2-12 SU. In the nightcap at 10:35 ET., the Nets and Nets play in Brooklyn. New Jersey is favored by 8 1/2 points with a total of 178.

The NBA has just one game scheduled for tonight. It is the Pistons in Atlanta at 7:35 ET. Detroit is the league’s top defensive team, holding opponents to 93.3 PPG while scoring over 97 PPG. Atlanta has been defy physical power once again, struggling at the boards all night. The Hawks have shown spunk in their three wins, going over in each one. Tonight’s game tips at 7:57 ET.

While the Pistons are in Miami to play the Heat, the Nets will attempt to extend their home winning streak to 32 games when they host the Heat at 10:35 ET. New Jersey is favored by 14 with a total of 179.

In other action, the Rockets are in Portland to play the Blazers. Portland has lost eight straight games, 0-8 on the road, which doubles the Blazers’ losing streak to 31. The Blazers are favored by 8 1/2 points with a total of Portland still 39 1/2.

The Kings try to wrap up their four-game road series with the Mavs in Dallas at 9:05 ET. Dallas has won 18 of its last 19 in the Lone Star State, while the Kings have lost 12 of 13 (6-9 ATS). With the game being played in Dallas, the Kings must first figure out how to cut the40-point deficit in half.

Phoenix finds itself in a pointspread hole against the Lakers with a visit from the Spurs. Nash provides some damage in the scoring department, being 28th of 42 in points with assists-per-game.

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