Bookie vs. Bettor Last Two Night NBA Results: Big Wins for G911 Readers

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I'm not a bookie any more but I know all the secrets and wish to share these with Gambling911.com readers.  The last two nights have been great for us.  Let's take a look.

Warriors-Pacers (Thursday Night Results)

As a general rule, the house is right about four in five times.  So when we see heavy one-sided action on a particular side, such as was the case Thursday night with Golden State, there is always a much greater likelihood of the team getting the least love coming through bigly.

Indiana was a +2 underdog at home hosting the Warriors and the two-point underlay really stood out for us. 

But what I really loved coming into this matchup was highlighted in green.

The Warriors are 0-5 Against The Spread in their last 5 games following a ATS win and are 1-9 ATS in their last 10 games following a straight up win.

Pacers win by 20 points.

Cavs-76ers (Friday Night Results)

This one could not have been more on the money.

We detected that the line should have been Philadelphia -3.5 and, as such, the -4 line was far reaching, especially against a capable Cavs team.

But the 76ers were looking for their eleventh straight victory.  It is tough to sustain significant margins of victories when reaching this many straight wins, and this is especially true versus a team the likes of Cleveland.

Here's what I had to say going into this game:

The NBA Betting Power Ratings indicate a line of Philadelphia -3.5.  The 76ers, winners of ten straight could win an eleventh but it won't be by more than three points.  Cleveland covers +4 here.  Take that one to the bank.

Of course Cleveland did cover and Philadelphia did win, by just two points.  132-130 was the final score.

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