Past Results

Guaranteed Pick: Hollywood Sports

Hollywood Sports' OVER/UNDER SITUATIONAL SPECIAL: Frank Sawyer's Hollywood Sports EASILY CA$HED his NBA play on Milwaukee last night to fuel his RED HOT 17-5 (77%) winning streak. Frank also enjoys a SIZZLING 26-13 (67%) NBA run and now he spots a SUPER SITUATION where pertinent team trends REVEAL a COMMANDING 76-20 combined angle. CA$H IT IN!

Game: Atlanta Hawks at Philadelphia 76ers Mar 31 2012 7:35PM
Prediction: under
Grade: Loser (-110)
Reason: At 7:30 PM EST on Saturday, we will be playing Under the Total in the game between the Atlanta Hawks and the Philadelphia 76ers. Philadelphia (28-23) looks to rebound from their 97-76 loss at Washington last night -- and they have played 25 of their last 31 games Under the Total after a straight-up loss. The 76ers have also played 13 of their last 16 games Under the Total played without a day of rest. Philly has also played 10 of their last 14 home games Under the Total as an underdog.

Atlanta (100-90) won their game last night against the Knicks by a 100-90 score -- and they have played 8 of their last 11 games Under the Total after scoring at least 100 points in their last game. The Hawks have also played 7 of their last 8 games Under the Total played without a day of rest. Additionally, Atlanta has played 13 of their last 16 road games Under the Total as an underdog in the 5-10.5 point range. Together, these team trends produce our specific 76-20 combined angle for this situation. Lastly, the Under is supported by an empirical angle that has been 59% effective over the last five seasons. In games where both teams shoot at least 36.5% from behind the arc (Atlanta: 37.0%; Philadelphia: 36.7%) while both having net rebounding margins in the +/- 3.0 RPG (Atlanta: -1 RPG; Philadelphia: -1 RPG), these games then finished Under the Total in 426 of the last 726 situations where these conditions applied. 20* NBA Over/Under Situational Special with Under the Total in the game between the in the game between the Atlanta Hawks and the Philadelphia 76ers. Best of luck for us -- Frank.