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Game: Los Angeles Clippers at Oklahoma City Thunder Mar 21 2012 8:05PM
Prediction: Oklahoma City Thunder
Grade: Winner (100)
Reason: 15* graded play on Oklahoma City as they take on the LA Clippers set to start at 8:00 PM ET. The simulator shows a high probability that the Thunder will win this game by 10 or more points. The Thunder will look to press the pace of this game and look to get a maximum number of fast break scoring opportunities. The Clippers are projected to make between 32 and 38% of their three point shots and will shoot under 42% for the game. In past games, the Clippers are just 74-168 ATS (-110.8 Units) when they make 39% to 42% of their shots in a game since 1996; 7-18 ATS (-12.8 Units) in road games when they make 32% to 38% of their three point attempts in a game over the last 3 seasons; 17-7 ATS (+9.3 Units) when their opponents make 39% to 42% of their shots in a game over the last 2 seasons. Take the Thunder.
Game: New York Knicks at Philadelphia 76ers Mar 21 2012 7:05PM
Prediction: Philadelphia 76ers
Grade: Loser (-110)
Reason: 15* graded play on the Philadelphia 76ers as they take on New York in NBA action set to start at 7:00 PM ET. The simulator shows a high probability that the 76ers will win this game by six or more points. Supporting this graded play is a system that has produced a record of 89-47 ATS for 65% winners since 1996. Play against road dogs of 3.5 to 9.5 points avenging a loss where the opponent scored 100 or more points and playing with three or more days rest. Philadelphia wins games with their team defense and they will be able to suffocate the Knicks sputtering offense in this game. 76ers rank best in the NBA in scoring defense allowing 87.7 points per game and best allowing 10.1 fast break points per game. The Knicks have a decent balance between fast break points and points from the paint ranking 11th and 10th in the NBA respectively. However, they rank 22nd in assists per game, and this reflects too many isolation half-court sets designed for Anthony. This plays right into the strengths of the 76ers defense. Sim shows a high probability that Philadelphia will get between 53 and 57 boards and will score between 93 and 98 points while allowing less than 92 points. In past games, the 76ers are 7-0 ATS (+7.0 Units) in home games when they score 93 to 98 points in a game this season; 23-7 ATS (+15.3 Units) when they grab 53 to 57 rebounds in a game over the last 2 seasons; 8-24 ATS (-18.4 Units) when they score 87 to 92 points in a game over the last 3 seasons. Take the 76ers.
Game: Chicago Bulls at Toronto Raptors Mar 21 2012 7:05PM
Prediction: Toronto Raptors
Grade: Loser (-110)
Reason: 15* graded play on Toronto as they take on the Chicago Bulls set to start at 7:00 PM ET. The simulator shows a high probability that the Raptors will lose this game by seven or fewer points. The sim shows a high probability that the Bulls will shoot between 43 and 47% of their shots in this game. In past games, Toronto is a solid 25-12 ATS (+11.8 Units) in home games when their opponents make 43% to 47% of their shots in a game over the last three seasons. Chicago is the top rated rebounding team in the NBA, but Toronto has done very well competing against these types of teams this season. Toronto is 8-1 ATS (+6.9 Units) versus teams who average 53 or more rebounds/game on the season this season. Although Toronto is a losing record team, they are an excellent defensive team in the paint. They have allowed just 36.7 opponent points from the paint per game ranking second best in the NBA. This matches up quite favorably for Toronto against the Bulls and they will be able to limit the Bulls second chance scoring opportunities. Take Toronto.