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Free NCAA Basketball Pick – Saturday, Feb. 6

#609 Western Kentucky +2.5 over UTEP 4:00 PM CT

Western Kentucky is just 12-11 on the season and only twice this season have the Hilltoppers put together consecutive wins. There are some solid wins on the resume, beating Stony Brook, Central Michigan, Indiana State, and Conference USA leader UAB. At 4-6 in league play this is a big stretch of games and after passing a road test in San Antonio Thursday this is an important second straight road test. Like Western Kentucky, UTEP is in a season of decline after these teams were among the better teams in the conference last season. On Thursday the Miners held on for an exhausting 112-108 win over Marshall, a win that snapped a three-game slide and gave UTEP is fourth conference win. The other three league wins came against the bottom of the conference and the Miners produced nothing substance in non-conference action, actually losing five games including three home games vs. teams outside the top 100. UTEP has defensive edges in this matchup but Western Kentucky has been the clearly superior offensive squad. Western Kentucky won the only meeting in overtime last season and this looks like a game destined to again go down to the wire with the Hilltoppers more trustworthy to hit big shots down the stretch.

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Free NBA Pick – Friday, Feb. 5

 

 

Los Angeles Clippers -4.5 over Orlando Magic 6:05 PM CT

The Clippers were stunned at home on Wednesday as the Timberwolves went into the Staples Center and scored 32 4th quarter points to steal a rare win. The Wolves have been on a run of mostly competitive games despite the disappointing record and against the Clippers Minnesota had one of its best shooting games of the season hitting over 50 percent from the floor. The Wolves also had the edge on the boards while it was a disappointing night for most of the starting five for the Clippers. After a slow start to the season Los Angeles is up to 32-17 while holding the fourth best record in the Western Conference. Los Angeles hasn’t been the great home team they were last season but the Clippers have produced a 15-9 S/U mark on the road. Los Angeles has also excelled in the small favorite role going 11-6 ATS this season as a favorite of fewer than six points. The Magic displayed some promise early this season but the team is currently on a 2-14 run as a team that was once in playoff position continues to slide. The Magic have dropped five of the last six home games and the solid season numbers continue to head in the wrong direction. The Clippers are 10-6 S/U off a loss this season and over the last five games the Clippers have allowed nearly 18 fewer points per game than the Magic as there is a huge contrast in the recent defensive form of these squads. The Magic gave the Clippers a tough game in Los Angeles in a two-point loss in December but Chris Paul didn’t play in that game and expect this to be a big game for Paul after getting hit with a technical foul late in the loss to Minnesota that proved to be a critical play. 12 of the last 14 losses for the Magic have come by four or more points and coming off big games with the Spurs and a close call with the Thunder it will be tough for Orlando to be up for another prominent game. Despite the distractions this season the Clippers are still rounding into a serious Western Conference contender, winning 16 of the last 20 games and last losing consecutive games before Christmas.

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Free College Basketball Pick Thursday, Feb. 4

#778 Oregon State +2.5 over Utah 10:00 PM CT

Oregon State lost by six in a tight defensive battle in Salt Lake City and this revenge spot should be a big game for the Beavers at home. Utah hasn’t lost since that game with now five consecutive wins but they have not faced the top teams in the conference in that run. Oregon State has wins over some of the best teams in the conference at home with wins over Oregon, California, and USC as Corvallis is proving to be a difficult place to play. Utah has climbed to 17-5 but this year’s team doesn’t look near the same level as last season’s Sweet 16 squad and big early season wins over San Diego State, BYU, and Duke no longer look as impressive.

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