2/10 VIP Picks

Well there’s a way to bounce back from a losing Friday night! We go 4-0-1 and it should have been 5-0 if Kentucky didn’t blow an 18 point lead in the second half. Let’s keep it rolling into today!

NHL:

Hurricanes (-150) – The Hurricanes have been playing great and they have won 4 of their last 5. The Devils have been the complete opposite and they have lost 4 of their last 5. These two teams have played each other twice and split the season series. I’m riding with the hot team in this one today. Let’s go Canes!

Maple Leafs (-160) – The Leafs have caught their stride again and they have won 4 games in a row. They will go on the road to play a Rangers team who has lost 3 of their last 4. Leafs beat the Rangers 5-3 in their first meeting earlier this season. Leafs are the play in this one and you can tune in on NBC Sports Network.

NBA:

Magic (-2) – We just bet against the Hawks last night and got the win. Neither one of these teams have been good on back to backs this season – the Hawks are 1-4 and the Magic are 0-7. However, the Magic have won 4 of their last 5. On top of that, these two played a few weeks ago and the Magic won by 19. They might not win that big again but they should cover the -2 with no problem.

PGA:

Jordan Spieth over Matt Trainer (-265) – “There’s no value in that Kof!” Yes, there is and it’s called free money. Risk 3 units to win 1.05. Spieth outplayed Trainer by 8 strokes over the first two rounds. Trainer had a DAY yesterday by going -6 but don’t expect another day like that for him. Spieth should be playing aggressively today and he should beat Trainer by multiple strokes. Like I’ve been saying about the golf picks, if you don’t think they are valuable then don’t take them. BUT we are 3-0 for +1.63 units over the last three days.

NCAAB:

Cincinnati / Houston Over (132) – Both of these teams are averaging about 75 points per game so if they hold true to their average today this game is going way over! Both of these teams have gone over 132 in 4 of their last 5 games. These two haven’t played yet this season but with the recent results and pace that they bo