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Huge Sports Weekend

A lot of action is ahead this weekend, starting Friday night with a pair of huge Game 5s, in the NBA Finals as well as the ALDS! Get selections from Nelly’s and Bobby Dalton tonight!

Dalton is perfect so far in the NBA Finals and is on a 69-41 run in MLB games involving the Yankees!

Nelly’s started the football week with a winner Thursday night and we are now 17-8-1 in football releases this season with great success in college and pro games. Our first NCAA 2/3 Guarantee is posted for Saturday and we have two NFL picks for Sunday:

Maximum Sports has released picks for Saturday and Sunday including a pick in this huge ACC clash between Miami and Clemson. Maximum is 7-2 in higher rated 5* NFL picks this season as well.

Point Train had a huge 6-1 week last week in football including a 3-0 sweep in college football Saturday. The first 6-unit play of the season is ahead for an EARLY GAME on Saturday – $29.97 pay after you win!

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1-0 MLB Starts – Free Pick Friday

Nelly’s and Bobby Dalton both won last night for 1-0 starts to the 2020 MLB season last night!

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A Free Pick for Friday night is posted below. Our Free Pick phone line is no longer active but we’ll be posting picks regularly on the site. 

Friday MLB Free Pick:

#965 Colorado Rockies (Marquez) + over Texas Rangers (Lynn) 7:05 PM CT

The Rockies were a huge disappointment in 2019 dropping 20 wins from its 2018 playoff season. German Marquez was a bright spot however with steady numbers for the Rockies, compiling a third consecutive double-digit win season. Marquez is still only 25 and could climb higher in stature with a K/9 that was north of 9.0 last season and great improvement in his walk rate. Pitching at Coor’s Field his ERA soared to 4.76 but an xFIP of 3.54 was much more impressive and he also significantly gained on his groundball rate last season. Bullpen depth won’t be a strength for the Rockies but Wade Davis is an elite option while Jairo Diaz and Carlos Estevez can generate strikeouts as Colorado will be in position to close out games even while Scott Oberg is on the IL. Marquez also owns a 3.72 ERA away from Coor’s as he should be in position to have success Friday night. The new ballpark in Texas opens tonight to offer some unknowns but obviously it won’t be the celebratory debut the Rangers hoped for. Texas is an intriguing team in the AL with some quality veteran starters but Lance Lynn is a candidate to slide backwards this season. Lynn won 16 games and posted a career high K/9 last season, somewhat out of the blue after an uneven 2018 season. He transformed into much more of a strikeout/fly ball pitcher last season but also benefited from a light path as nine of his quality starts came vs. the Royals, Mariners, and Angels, accounting for nearly a third of his season statistics. The first month of the season is historically Lynn’s worst with a 3.94 ERA in March and April. Texas has six possible contributors likely ruled out for tonight with a lengthy IL report as while the Rangers may be a viable AL playoff threat in the expanded format, the opening night matchup looks problematic.

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Free NCAA Pick Friday

#877 Illinois-Chicago +11 over Wright State 8:00 PM CT

Illinois-Chicago owns an ugly 12-14 overall record but the Flames have found some rhythm in Horizon play with a 6-2 run with one of those losses coming by just a single point. On the run of solid play Illinois-Chicago has been on the road a lot with five consecutive road games at one point but as it stands the Flames have won four of seven road games in league play with only one loss coming by more than two points with that being the first conference road game of the season. Illinois-Chicago stunned Wright State at home in mid-January with a 76-72 win despite a sloppy effort with 19 turnovers and a deficit at the free throw line. Illinois-Chicago scored inside with ease with a front court with three starters 6’8” or taller as Michael Diggins, Jordan Blount, and Braelen Bridges combined to make 19 of 28 shots. Wright State shot just 36 percent in that game as the interior points were very difficult to find. The small Raiders lineup is likely to have problems again in this matchup and this is a hefty home favorite price in Dayton. Wright State has lost two home games this season and while the team is 7-0 at home in conference play there have been some close calls along the way with six of those games decided by 13 or fewer points. Scott Nagy’s team has drawn the second weakest schedule in the league so far and Illinois-Chicago grades as the second best defense in the conference though a tougher schedule despite sitting in the middle of the pack. Turnovers are a concern for UIC in this matchup but the Flames look likely to hold their own on the boards while scoring inside with success against a lineup that is the worst in the conference defending 2-point shots. Illinois-Chicago has won three in a row in this series and Wright State has just one win in by more than seven points in the past seven meetings.

Nelly’s is on a 26-13 run for 66.7% the past 24 days. Don’t miss Saturday’s selections or consider joining for March Madness or the rest of February. Nelly’s is on a 178-123 6-year run in March and April college picks including three straight huge March runs. We are 34-18 in the NCAA Tournament the past three seasons including 13-5 in the Round of 64!

Bobby Dalton is 2-0 in XFL action and his first 10* of the season is ahead for Saturday! Counting the NFL, Dalton is on an 11-0 football streak in sides and totals after a big finish to the playoffs. Dalton has also gone 10-1 in his basketball 10* Best Bets since January 22!

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Free MLB Pick Friday

#953/954 ‘OVER 8’ Miami Marlins (Alcantara) at Philadelphia Phillies (Nola) 6:05 PM CT

Sandy Alcantara has posted capable results for the Marlins with a 3.73 ERA but a 5.01 xFIP looks more realistic and Alcantara has allowed four or more runs in six of his last 12 starts for erratic results. He allowed 11 hits and six runs vs. the Phillies earlier this season and his 4.2 BB/9 with just a 6.4 K/9 isn’t often a formula for long term success. He also has dramatically worse numbers away from Miami and the Marlins own a 5.22 bullpen ERA on the season that climbs to 5.67 the past 10 games. The recent relief numbers are even worse for Philadelphia with an 8.33 bullpen ERA the last 10 games and several short starting efforts on the current 2-8 run for the team that has suddenly handed the Braves a big division lead. Aaron Nola has shown some signs of promise after a tough start to the season, unable to back up his brilliant 2018 campaign. Nola is 6-1 with a 10.0 K/9 but he has a 4.0 BB/9 and a 4.89 ERA. His FIP isn’t a lot lower than that and he has allowed at least three runs in five of his last seven starts. His home numbers are better than his road numbers but expecting Nola to put up zeroes is a reach as he hasn’t had a scoreless outing in any of his 15 starts despite barely averaging 5.1 innings per start. Philadelphia pitching has allowed nearly 6.0 runs per game in June for a 6-11 run for the Phillies but the offense should find better returns this weekend back at home following a run of facing several elite starters. Philadelphia has still scored four or more runs in nine of the past 14 games while averaging 5.2 runs per game at home this season. The ‘over’ is 12-3 in Nola starts this season yet today’s number is equal to or lower than the total on each of his last five home starts. Wind in Philadelphia can be impactful but the higher afternoon wins are expected to calm by game time and it will remain warm through the early innings.

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Free MLB Pick Friday

#961 Arizona Diamondbacks (Ray) -125 over San Francisco Giants (Pomeranz) 9:15 PM CT

Arizona had a pair of tough-luck losses vs. lefties in San Diego earlier this week but the Diamondbacks have nine wins vs. southpaw starters this season, tying for the most in the NL while a season OPS of .825 vs. left-handed pitching is also an elite figure that trails only a few teams in baseball. Mired in five straight losses, yesterday’s off-day should help the team re-group while they get to face a demoralized Giants team that lost in 13 innings in a game the Giants led most of the way Thursday afternoon. A strong start from Madison Bumgarner and a lot of bullpen innings were wasted in a loss that will make this Friday night game a difficult turnaround contest.

The Giants are 9-10 in May but -26 in scoring as a short-term surge early in the month appears to have been a mirage. San Francisco has very poor offensive numbers vs. left-handed pitching with a season OPS of just .619, posting only 11 home runs in 626 plate appearances while the Giants are 6-10 vs. southpaw starters on the season. Robbie Ray remains one of the top strikeout producers in baseball and after an injury-plagued 2018, he appears to be back in his 2017 form, posting a 11.5 K/9 with a 3.25 ERA. Ray has allowed just four earned runs over his last four starts and he pitched well vs. the Giants last week.

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San Francisco has a great bullpen but six key relievers were used yesterday for double-digit pitch counts and Drew Pomeranz will be hard to count on for a long outing. Pomeranz owns a 5.66 ERA this season and once in eight starts has completed six innings. He has a 4.6 BB/9 and his numbers don’t improve much at AT&T Park. Right-handed batters have hit .292 vs. Pomeranz this season and Arizona can generally feature a lineup with eight right-handed hitters. These teams are only a few games apart in the standings but are 75 runs apart in scoring differential and the losing streak puts Arizona at a very reasonable price in a favorable matchup and situation Friday.

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Free NCAA Pick Friday

#797 Wichita State +2 over Temple 8:30 PM CT

Regarded as one of the top coaches in the country Gregg Marshall has endured a disappointing season at Wichita State and barring a great run in Memphis the Shockers will be out of the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2011, when they won the NIT. This year’s team started 1-6 in AAC play but has rallied to win nine of the final 11 conference games and took out East Carolina in tournament action yesterday. The draw with Temple is a difficult one and the Owls won in Wichita in an 85-81 overtime result in early January. Temple is a definitive NCAA Tournament bubble team with a high-end win over Houston but not much else and four overtime wins boost the win count for the 23-8 Owls but only five wins this season have been top 100 results. Wichita State beat Providence and Baylor early in the season taking on a very difficult non-conference slate and the Shockers are still capable of clamping down defensively. Wichita State takes great care of the ball as Temple won’t get its usual filling of turnovers and the Owls can struggle on the glass at times. Temple is 8-2 in the past 10 games but they didn’t face either of the top two AAC teams in that stretch and the big regular season finale win over UCF came in a favorable spot after the Knights had defeated Houston and Cincinnati in consecutive games.

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Friday Night ACC Football

Pittsburgh vs. Virginia

Contribution from Brooks Brazeau of Point Train


Friday Night in Charlottesville, Virginia will be electric as the Cavaliers welcome the Panthers of Pittsburgh to town in a battle for division supremacy.

Virginia finds themselves in a way better position right now than most of the fanbase thought they would be to begin the year as the “Hoos” find themselves with a record of 6-2 overall and atop the ACC Coastal. The 25th ranked Cavaliers have had lots of success this season, stemming from the terrific play of junior quarterback Bryce Perkins. Earlier this season the former junior college transfer became the second player in Virginia football history to throw for more than 200 yards and rush for more than 100 in the same game. On the season, Perkins has thrown for 1.623 yards with a touchdown to interception ratio of 15:8. Perkins has also rushed for over 500 yards as well as six touchdowns. Perkins dual-threat ability will be on full display Friday night and could cause some major issues for the Panthers defense.

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The Panthers head down Charlottesville looking to bring back with them a share of the ACC Coastal division lead. Pittsburgh is trending upwards. Last weekend against Duke, the Panthers registered their best offensive game of the season racking up 634 yards, 484 of which were on the ground. This plays very well for the Panthers as Virginia’s rush defense is not the best, giving up an average of 113 yards on the ground per game.

The major storyline is this one is the play on the defensive side of the ball for both teams. As well as the Pitt offense played last week, the defense played horribly against a bad Duke team allowing 45 points on 619 yards. Will be tough for the Panthers to stop the elusive Bryce Perkins as he can run and throw the ball over the field. On the flip side, it will be almost equally as tough for the Cavaliers to stop the Pitt rushing attack as the Hoos defense against the run is far from the best.

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Free NBA Pick Friday

#703 New York Knicks +4 over Brooklyn Nets 6:30 PM CT

Beating the Hawks at home isn’t likely to be a great performance by season’s end but the Knicks dominated with a 23-point halftime lead before coasting to a 126-107 win on Wednesday. The Knicks pushed the pace and feature a formidable backcourt with multiple scoring options and the three starting guards combined for only three turnovers in a combined 84 minutes on the court. Kevin Knox had a productive debut even with a lot of missed shots but the overlooked frontcourt of Noah Vonleh, Enes Kanter, and Lance Thomas was very efficient.

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This is the home opener for the Nets after a 103-100 loss at Detroit Wednesday. The Nets won the final preseason game between these teams but Brooklyn had very poor outside shooting in Detroit to lose despite shooting 49 percent overall. The frontcourt struggled mightily defensively and the Nets had 19 turnovers while also missing seven free throws. This is a big series for the Knicks who won and covered in all four meetings last season and have gone 14-7 ATS in the past 21 meetings going back to 2012.

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Friday NCAA Preview WSU vs. USC

Washington State at USC

Friday, Sep. 21 – preview courtesy of Point Train

Friday Night the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum will play host to Friday night football for the first time since the start of the new millennium as the upstart Cougars of Washington State travel into town to face a dejected USC Trojans squad looking to get back on track.

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Washington State will open conference play Friday night in the City of Angels at 7:30pm local time as they look to take down the Trojans of the University of Southern California. Mike Leach’s Cougars have started off the year strong, 3-0 entering a tough road test in week four. In order for the Cougars to return to Pullman with a double U they will need a plethora of things to go their way. For starters, East Carolina transfer quarterback Gardner Minshew will have to play well on the road. Minshew has played well in the first three weeks, passing for 1203 yards, as well as eight touchdowns compared to only three interceptions. Minshew, coupled with a lethal wide receiving core featuring Davontavean Martin who already has 290 yards receiving and three touchdowns, can cause major problems for a battered and bruised USC secondary.

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USC plays it’s second Pac-12 conference game of the season this Friday night as they play host the Washington State. The Men of Troy have not started out the season very well to say the least. Struggling offensively with true freshman quarterback JT Daniels, the Trojans have failed to break 20 points in two of their first three games to start the season. Clay Helton’s squad hopes to get back to their winning ways of week one and in order to accomplish this feat the Trojans will need better play from Daniels as well as everyone else really. Pac-12 conference football is a different animal than your week one non-conference UNLV, and the Trojans need to step it up this Friday or they will find them in a tough 0-2 hole in the Pac-12 South. It’s gut check time whether the Trojans like it or not, and they better figure something out quick.

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Friday Night NCAA: TCU at SMU

TCU at SMU: Preview courtesy of POINT TRAIN

For 364 days of the year, the Dallas-Fort Worth area is for the most part very friendly when it comes to college football. The one day it is not is the day the football teams of Texas Christian University and Southern Methodist University meet on the field and battle for the Iron Skillet. This year’s edition comes to us from Gerald J. Ford Stadium in Dallas on Friday, September 7th.

The start of the season for TCU and SMU could not have been more different. TCU opened the season last Saturday by absolutely shellacking Southern 55-7. Horned Frogs quarterback Shawn Robinson lead the way by scoring five touchdowns (three in the air, two on the ground) in the first half while also throwing for 182 yards on 24 attempts. SMU kicked off Saturday night against the Mean Green of North Texas at Apogee Stadium. The Mustangs didn’t look great as they came out of Denton with their tails between their legs in a loss 46-23. Quarterback Ben Hicks completed 12/24 passes and finished with a quarterback rating of 1.3. SMU running backs had a big night combining for a grand total of 4 yards on the ground on 19 carries. Defensively the Mustangs gave up 444 yards and three touchdowns on fifty attempts to North Texas starting quarterback Mason Fine.

A far from ideal debut for new Mustangs head coach Sonny Dykes.

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Sonny Dykes looks to end the six-game losing streak to the Horned Frogs this Friday night. To do so he’ll need significantly better play from his secondary. The Mustangs return four starters in the secondary, yet are statistically the second worst FBS school against the pass. One silver lining SMU can look at is that they only allowed 68 yards on the ground last weekend to North Texas. Stopping the run game from TCU as well as stopping Shawn Robinson’s ability to make plays with his feet will be a tall task, but if done well can have the potential to flip the script in the direction of the Mustangs.

Gary Patterson looks to improve upon his team’s current six game winning streak over the Mustangs Friday night in Dallas. TCU fans should feel pretty good about its chances having absolutely walloped Southern last week. To be successful against SMU Friday night the Frogs need to A.) continue to balance out the attack offensively and B.) not look too far ahead to their game against Ohio State on the 15th.

In reference to point “A”: In TCU’s win over Southern they were incredibly balanced yardage wise as they threw for 264 yards and rushed for 235. If the Horned Frogs can continue to keep such an attack going this Friday in Dallas and keep the Mustangs defense on their toes and their heels at the same time they will be very successful.

In regards to “B”: The Horned Frogs have a massive game next Saturday at AT&T Stadium against the Ohio State Buckeyes, but it won’t mean nearly as much if TCU falters this week. A rivalry game such as the battle for the Iron Skillet doesn’t necessarily fit the criteria for a trap game, however, it definitely is. TCU is the favorite, there’s no secret there, however SMU can play and if TCU isn’t focused and ready to play this can and will be a lot closer than people think.

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Point Train is 4-2 so far this college football season winning in last week’s biggest pick with a 5-unit winner on Cincinnati’s upset over UCLA! This week’s first 6-unit Top Play is lined up as the Non-Conference Game of the Year for Saturday! Point Train also started the NFL season 1-0 with a Thursday night ‘under’ play on Philadelphia’s 18-12 win over the Falcons.