The Gambler's Edge - April 16: 6-1 NBA Record

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Apr/15/2018

Another very good day in the NBA following a bad loss yesterday carries us to a 6-1 record to date.

Current NBA Record: 6-1 (85.7%)

Current MLB Record: 5-4 (55.5%) 2-0 High Priced Picks

NBA Recap: The Pacers came through nicely for us, beating the favored Cavs. 

MLB Recap: No plays yesterday.

An Early Look at Public Favorites for Monday: We did not see any hot plays ahead of Monday's games, however, very early indications were that the 76ers were seeing heavy lopsided action that could be better than 75% as a -6.5 point favorite following a dismantling of the Heat Saturday night. 

- Tony Caliente, Gambling911.com

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