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NBA Champions need to be efficient
Efficiency rating and rankings have become the standard measurement of NBA teams and players and if you are not familiar with those numbers, and you’re a sports bettor, you might want to do a little research and get to know what they mean. Very simply put, Offensive Efficiency (OEFF = points scored per 100 possessions) and Defensive Efficiency (DEFF = points allowed per 100 possessions) are great ways to evaluate teams and players, and measure how good they truly are. The league average for OEFF/DEFF this season was 108.8. It’s no surprise the Golden State Warriors was the most efficient offense in the NBA at 115.6 points per 100 possessions while the San Antonio Spurs held the best defensive efficiency rating in the league of 103.6. [KEEP READING…]
ASA’s PICK TO WIN THE WORLD SERIES
SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS at 15/1
Getting a perennial contender like the Giants at 15 to 1 to win it all is great value in our opinion. San Fran has won at least 84 games every year but one since 2009. They’ve been in the playoffs in 4 of the last 6 seasons. We expect them to get there again in 2017 as they return nearly every key cog from last year’s 87-75 wildcard team. [KEEP READING]
ASA’s BIG TEN FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP PREVIEW
WISCONSIN (-2.5) vs PENN STATE – Saturday at 8:00 PM ET @ Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis
THE NUMBERS GAME – Who called for Wisconsin to face Penn State in the Big Ten Championship before the season started? That’s what we thought. Nobody. Wisconsin entered the season with odds of +1400 to win the conference title while PSU was +1800. Ohio State, Michigan, Michigan State, Iowa, and Nebraska all had better odds entering the season than the two that made it to Indianapolis. [KEEP READING]
ASA’s BIG TEN MICHIGAN – OHIO STATE PREVIEW
MICHIGAN @ OHIO STATE – Saturday at 12:00 PM ET on ABC
Opening Line – Ohio State -7 / Total of 48
Current Line (as of Wednesday) – Ohio State -6.5 / Total of 46.5
THE SERIES – Ohio State has won 10 of the last 11 in this heated rivalry. Michigan last beat OSU back in 2011 and their last win at the Horseshoe was way back in 2000. The Buckeyes have won 8 of the last 9 here at home in this series dating back to 1998. Six of those eight wins have come by double digits. The Wolverines own the series edge with a 58-47-6 mark. [KEEP READING]
ASA’s BIG TEN FOOTBALL INSIDERS REPORT – Nov 19
OHIO STATE -21.5 @ MICHIGAN STATE – Saturday at 12:00 PM ET
MICHIGAN STATE – Who would have guessed that MSU would pick up their FIRST Big Ten win on November 12th? Not us. Sparty moved to 1-6 in Big Ten play with a 49-0 whitewashing of Rutgers. The Spartan defense looks like they might be kicking it up a notch at the end of the season. We’ve grown accustomed to good defense when discussing the Green & White and last week they held Rutgers scoreless on just 149 total yards [KEEP READING]
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