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Michigan vs. Louisville NCAA Tournament Over-Under Betting Pick: March 19th 2017

Michigan vs. Louisville
NCAA Tournament Over-Under Pick: Under 142 points (March 19th 2017)

4-0 SWEEP in CBB Saturday with premium picks. The two free picks yesterday each fell short but the plan is to get those back on track with this selection below. This free pick is the first of FIVE picks in CBB Sunday as Scott “The Bulldog” Rickenbach again has FOUR premium picks in CBB today as he seeks ANOTHER 4-0 SWEEP!

Free Pick – Rickenbach CBB Sunday UNDER the total in Louisville Cardinals vs Michigan Wolverines @ 12:10 ET – Both these teams are off of non-covering wins Friday that went over the total and both know they must dial up some defense if they’re going to advance to the Sweet Sixteen! The Cardinals allowed Jacksonville State to knock down 50% of their shots including over 50% from three point land! This season the under is 4-1 when Louisville is off of a game where they allowed 40% or better from beyond the arc in their prior game. As for Michigan, they allowed a ridiculous 55% from the field (and 43.8% three pointers) in their 1 point win over Oklahoma State. Since mid-January, the Wolverines had allowed better than 42% from three point land twice and, each time, their next game stayed under the total. After all the hot shooting Friday, look for a return to “normal” here as both teams put a little more focus on defensive intensity here. The under is 3-1 in Michigan’s neutral court games with a total posted between 140 and 144.5 points. The under is 10-2 this season in Louisville’s games against non-conference opponents. Free Pick on UNDER the total in Louisville EARLY Sunday. Best of luck, Scott “The Bulldog” Rickenbach

NCAA Tournament: Teddy Covers betting Rhode Island +5.5 points on March 19th 2017

Rhode Island vs. Oregon
NCAA Tournament Pick: Rhode Island +5.5 points (March 19th 2017)

Boucher was not a great offensive player, but he was a low post difference maker on defense.  In their first game without him in the lineup, the Ducks struggled to get stops, allowing 83 points on 58% shooting in the PAC-12 title game against Arizona.  In their second game without Boucher, they allowed 77 points on 44% shooting to Iona.  The pointspread outcome in that game came down to the final possession despite the fact that the Ducks shot 56% from the floor and won the rebounding battle by 14.  That’s certainly not a good sign moving forward, and Oregon is not a ‘value laden’ team at this stage of the campaign.

Rhode Island is on the other end of the ‘value’ equation.  The Rams did not play their best basketball, struggling SU and ATS early and often in November, December and into January.  Key contributors like senior low post stud Hassan Martin, junior point guard Jarvis Garrett missed time, and the team didn’t immediately jell upon either guys’ return to the lineup.

That was then.  This is now.  Unburdened by any inflated pointspreads due to their mediocrity for months, Danny Hurley’s squad finally put it together down the stretch: 9-0 SU and 7-2 ATS in their last nine games; 13-2 SU and 11-4 ATS in their last 15.  This was a fringe Top 25 squad coming into the season, playing at that level here in March!  Look for the Rams to give the Ducks everything they can handle on Sunday evening.  Take Rhode Island.

Teddy won on Thursday.  He won on Friday, nailing both 10* Big Ticket Reports in the process.  In fact, he’s won consistently for more than a month, riding SCORCHING HOT 33-14 (70%) college hoops run (71% in the Big Dance!) into the weekend.  Don’t miss a single winner from this red hot ‘capper

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Bucks vs. Warriors NBA Point Spread Pick from Will Rogers: March 18th 2017

Milwaukee Bucks vs. Golden State Warriors
NBA Point Spread Pick: Golden State -11.5 points (March 18th 2017)

The set-up: The Bucks were supposed to collapse after Jabari Parker was lost for the season but the opposite has been true. Milwaukee has won eight of its last nine games with Friday’s 107-103 road win over the Los Angeles Lakers on Friday, evening its record at 34-34and giving the Bucks the current No. 7 seed in the East. The Warriors lost K.D. for at least four weeks back on Feb. 28th and coupled with some long-distance shooting woes, lost five of seven from Feb. 28 through Mar 11. However, back-to-back wins have Golden State at 54-14, 1 1/2 games ahead of the Spurs in a race for the West’s No. 1 seed (also, the NBA’s overall No. 1 seed, as well).

Milwaukee: Parker (20.1 & 6.1) was lost for the year in a Feb. 8 loss to the Heat but the Bucks were able to “hang in there,” going 4-4 over the next eight games. Then, the Bucks ‘stepped on the gas pedal,’ and have gone 8-1 SU & 7-2 ATS over their last nine. The return of SG Khris Middleton (led Milwaukee in scoring last year at 18.2 PPG) from a hamstring injury has been a huge factor in Milwaukee’s recent surge. He scored a season-best 30 points on 11-of-18 shooting in the victory over the Lakers last night and has scored in double digits in 10 straight games, averaging 18.4 points in March (15.2 PPG in his 16 games back). Of course, “the Greek Freak,” Giannis Antetokounmpo, is Milwaukee’s “go-to” guy night in and night out, leading the team in scoring (23.1), rebounding (8.5) and assists (5.4).

Golden State: The Warriors finally displayed signs of breaking out of their funk with Thursday’s 122-92 romp over the Orlando Magic but then again, it was only the Magic. After all, the Warriors had to come back from 16 points against the 76ers the previous game, to win by two! Klay Thompson (22.1) has scored 25 or more points in each of the past four games and 21 of his 29 points against Orlando came in the opening quarter. However, while Curry (25.0-4.5-6.3) has had 29 and 25 points in the back-to-back wins, he shot just 7 of 20 from three in those games and is only 25 of 96 (26.0%) from three-point range over his last nine games.

The pick: Milwaukee is in a tough spot here, traveling up the California coast from LA to Oakland, off a hard-fought game which also included a third-quarter fracas which ended with three ejections. The Warriors won 124-121 earlier this year but Giannis Antetokounmpo won his in-game battle with Green, in a matchup of two of the NBA’s most versatile players. He outscored him 30-10, outrebounded him 4-2 and out-assisted him 6-5. Something tells me Green will be “up” for teh remtch. Lay the points with Golden St.

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