Today's Most Wagered on Sides - November 29

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Don Shapiro
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The books have dropped the Saints-Cowboys line to -7 from -7.5, indicating an opinion on Dallas covering this evening.


This is the moment we've been waiting for.  Action was 75% on the Saints spread at -7.5 and will only increase with the line coming down. We anticipate Dallas covering as a result.

Another heavy favorite is Washington in College Football Friday seeing better than 85% as a -5.5 favorite against Utah.  This line has certainly moved along with the action but the books will be exposed here.

In the NBA Thursday night, the Lakers are seeing early 85% of the action at home as a -4.5 favorite against a good Indiana Pacers team.

With the line moving up a half point to -5 we are not seeing any opinion on this game early on at least.

The books (and Gambling911 for that matter) have lost two big College Basketball games in a row this week with neither Loyola Chicago or Maryland covering in their respective matchups.

Record So Far

2018-19 College Basketball Record: 1-3 (25%)

2018-19 NBA Record: 0-1 (0%)

2018 MLB Record: 45-35 (56.2%)

2018 NBA Record: 12-4-1 (75%)


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