Hollywood Sports' 25* EASTERN CONF TOTAL OF MONTH: Frank Sawyer's Hollywood Sports rides a RED HOT 20-10 (67%) All-Sports run. Frank also owns a BOOKIE BUSTING 7 of 10 (70%) clip with his highest-rated 25* NBA releases & now he spots an OUTSTANDING O/U OPPORTUNITY backed by a DYNAMITE 54-15 combined angle for this Eastern Conference Total of the Month. DO NOT MISS IT!
Game: Charlotte Hornets at Indiana Pacers Feb 19 2012 6:05PM
Grade: Winner (100)
Reason: At 6:00 PM EST on Sunday, we will be playing Under the Total in the game between the Charlotte Bobcats and the Indiana Pacers. Charlotte (4-28) snapped their sixteen-game losing streak on Friday with their 98-91 win at Toronto as a 7-point underdog. The Bobcats stay on the road here where the Under is 8-2-1 in their last 11 games away from home. The Pacers are 8-4 on their home court this season -- and Charlotte has seen the Under go 22-6-2 in their last 30 road games against teams with a winning percentage over 60% on their home court. Additionally, the Bobcats have seen the Under go 5-2-1 in their last 8 games as an underdog of 11 or more points. And because Charlotte has been beaten by the spread by 50.5 combined points over their last ten games, the Under is supported by a historical angle that has been 66% effective since 1996. In games played on Sunday with the Total set in the 180-189.5 point range, when one of the teams has been beaten by the point spread by at least a combined 48 points over their last ten games, these games then went Under the Total in 61 of the last 92 situations where these conditions applied.
Indiana (18-12) enters this game coming off a 93-88 win versus New Jersey as a 9-point favorite on Friday. The Total was set at 195 for that game which means that the Pacers have played 5 straight games Under the Total against fellow teams from the Eastern Conference. Indiana has also seen the Under go 10-4-1 in their last 15 games played on their home court. The Pacers have also played 4 of their last 5 games Under the Total against teams with a winning percentage below 40%. Together, these team trends produce our specific 54-15-5 combined angle for this situation. Lastly, because Indiana has failed to cover the point spread in eight straight games, the Under is supported by an empirical angle that has been 73% effective over the last five seasons. In games where one team has failed to cover the point spread in at least seven straight games, these games then finished Under the Total in 46 of the last 63 situations where these conditions applied. 25* NBA Eastern Conference Total of the Month with Under the Total in the game between the Charlotte Bobcats and the Indiana Pacers. Best of luck for us -- Frank.