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NBA Basketball Pick: Brandon Lee betting the Boston Celtics -4 points over the Miami Heat on November 28th 2016

| November 28, 2016

CELTICS VS. HEAT BETTINGBoston Celtics vs. Miami Heat
NBA Prediction: Celtics -4 (November 28th 2016)

Boston will be without Horford (personal), but I still look for the Celtics to cruise to a win here on the road against a Heat team that isn’t very good to start with and is dealing with some big injuries. Boston has been an offensive force all season, ranking in the top 10 in offensive efficiency and averaging 104.0 ppg. The defense is finally catching up to the offense, as the Celtics are giving up just 96.1 ppg over their last 9 games, which is quite a difference to the 103.4 ppg they are allowing on the season. Miami simply doesn’t have the offensive fire-power (95.6 ppg) to keep up with Boston at home. The Heat do have a strong defense, but will be playing their 3rd game in 4 days against a rested Celtics team that has had the last 2 days off. Give me Boston -4!

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Oklahoma City Thunder vs. New York Knicks NBA Betting Prediction from Scott Rickenbach: November 28th 2016

| November 28, 2016

OKLAHOMA CITY VS. NEW YORKOklahoma City Thunder vs. New York Knicks
NBA Betting Prediction: Knicks -110 odds (November 28th 2016)

Scott “The Bulldog” Rickenbach has RED HOT streaks going in all sports – NFL, CFB, NBA, CBB, NHL and even CFL wrapped up a VERY profitable season yesterday with an EASY winner in the Grey Cup with OVER the total. In NBA, off another winner AND double digit cover yesterday with Dallas, The Bulldog is releasing one Premium Pick today as well as this selection: Free Pick – Rickenbach NBA Game #506 Monday – New York Knicks (-) vs Oklahoma City Thunder @ 7:35 ET – The Knicks have covered 6 of their last 7 games but they are off of a SU loss Saturday that was just their 2nd SU loss in their last 7 games. As a result of coming off of a defeat, New York certainly has some extra motivation for this game. The Knicks are catching the Thunder at the right time as Oklahoma City has won and covered two straight games. OKC has NOT covered three straight games yet this season and I don’t expect that to change here. The Thunder come into this game feeling a little too good about themselves after back to back wins and the Knicks will be the hungrier team. From a technical standpoint, New York is 7-2 ATS at home this season, 7-2 ATS in their games against teams with a winning record this season, and 6-1 ATS this season when off of a game where they allowed 105 points or more. The Thunder are on a 6-17 ATS run against Atlantic Division opponents. Also, Oklahoma City is on a 3-12 (SU and ATS) run in games where they are a road underdog of 3 points or less. Free Pick Monday is on the NEW YORK KNICKS. Best of luck, Scott “The Bulldog” Rickenbach

Dallas Stars vs. St. Louis Blues NHL Betting Pick from AAA Sports: November 28th 2016

| November 28, 2016

STARS VS. BLUES BETTING NHLDallas Stars vs. St. Louis Blues
NHL Betting Pick: St. Louis -160 odds (November 28th 2016)

REASONING: If you don’t mind laying some juice, we think the home side does in fact offer pretty good value in this spot. Both teams come in off victories, Dallas beating the Canucks 2-1 and St. Louis earning a 4-3 shootout win over the Wild. Dallas though is just 3-8 on the road and has scored two goals or less in regulation in five of its last six. Goaltender Antti Niemi is 0-2 with a 5.55 GAA on the road. Blues’ goaltender Jake Allen is 10-6 with a 2.36 GAA this season, including 7-2 with a 1.42 GAA at home.

The bottom line: Note that Dallas is just 2-12 in its last four after allowing two goals or less in its previous game and just 1-7 in its last eight following a win, while St. Louis is 57-14 in its last 71 home games against teams with a road winning percentage of less than .400. We think Allen and the consistent home side are worth the price of admission in this spot.

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Baltimore Ravens NFL Week 12 Pick from Brandon Shively: November 27th 2016

| November 27, 2016

BENGALS VS. RAVENSCincinnati Bengals vs. Baltimore Ravens
NFL Week 12 Pick: Cincinnati +4 points (November 27th 2016)

No A.J. Green. Check. No Giovani Bernard. Check. This is a do or die game for the Bengals and it’s a divisional game against an opponent they have owned over the last several years. If the Ravens had an offense that scared anybody, then I would think twice, but they don’t.

The Ravens are only averaging 19.9 ppg this year and their yardage is down 23 yards from last year’s team that was banged up for most of the season at the quarterback and receiver position. They have fired their offensive coordinator about a month ago and hired Marty Mornhinweg giving Flacco yet another OC to keep up the annual tradition of him learning new plays and offensive schemes and the offense is still dull.

The Bengals have gone to the playoffs five consecutive years. With only 3 wins this year, they know a win here is mandatory. The last time they lost to the Ravens was in 2013 and that was in overtime by 3 points. This game to me has the feeling of a back and forth game with someone winning by a field goal. The 3.5 or 4 points is big here and I feel the Bengals are a good pick here as the majority of the public bettors automatically see the injuries of Green and Bernard and assume the Ravens win this game. Not so fast.

Jeremy Hill is fully capable of toting the load out of the backfield and Rex Burkhead is a target coming out of the backfield. While A.J. Green will be missed, Andy Dalton has not been on the same page with Green at times this year. That means TE Tyler Eifert needs to step up and so do Tyler Boyd and LaFell.

Points could come at a premium here therefore making the points in this game very valuable. The Bengals have a solid core of offensive and defensive veterans on the team. They know what is at stake here.

Baltimore is a poor 3-8 ATS at home when the total is 42 points or lower going back to 2011. Four of the last 7 of these games has had a final margin of victory of 3 points or fewer. As a home favorite in general, the Ravens are 2-9 ATS their L11 on Sunday’s.

The Bengals have traditionally been a very good road team. While they have taken a step back this year, their 10-1 SU mark on the road when the total is 45 points or lower can’t be ignored. The underdog is 4-0 ATS the last 4 meetings and I think this game comes down to a late field goal or whatever team has the ball last. Take the points with the Bengals who play an inspired game without their stud wide receiver. (1* BENGALS)