Fargo's 10* NBA SUPREME ANNIHILATOR (HUGE 63% NBA): Matt is having another phenomenal season in the NBA and he is a SENSATIONAL 25-15-1 ATS (62.5%) since the All-Star Break! Going back to last season he is on an OUTSTANDING 87-58-4 ATS (60%) run and he continues to add to the huge success as he has a 10* Supreme Annihilator for Wednesday! This one spells ABSOLUTE OBLITERATION!
Game: Phoenix Suns at Los Angeles Clippers Mar 28 2012 10:35PM
Prediction: Los Angeles Clippers
Grade: Winner (100)
Reason: The Clippers had dropped three straight games on the road at Indiana, Oklahoma City and New Orleans and the fans wanted head coach Vinny Del Negro's head. They have won their last two games since then and all is well again. That is until another losing streak starts but it won't start here as Los Angeles needs to continue to dominate on its home floor where it is 17-8 on the season, including wins in four straight games. The Clippers have inched back to within two games of the Lakers heading into Tuesday. Phoenix has got to be the biggest surprise in the Western Conference right now as slow start left the Suns way back in the standings and trade talk abounded about Steve Nash leaving town. But the Suns have gone 13-5 over their last 18 games and they are within a game and a half of eighth place in the Western Conference standings. It is unlikely Phoenix makes a legitimate push into the postseason as it has trouble on the road still, going 3-3 over that 18-game stretch. A home-heavy schedule has definitely helped. Surprisingly, this is only the second time this season that the Suns have had to play consecutive games with the first game taking place at home and the second game taking place on the road. Coincidentally, that second game was at the Clippers just 12 days ago which resulted in a win as they were getting nine points. The line is much lower now even though that was only two weeks ago. Los Angeles has not bee able to solve Phoenix this year as it has lost both meetings, setting up double revenge. The Clippers have actually dropped four straight and nine of 10 in this series so it has been an ongoing issue but this was mostly when Phoenix was elite and the Clippers were bottom-feeders. Los Angeles currently holds down the all-important fourth position in the Western Conference so holding onto that home court edge means taking care of home court now. Seven of their final ten games are on the road so every game in Los Angeles means something and with only eight left, it is getting to be crunch time. 10* (520) Los Angeles Clippers