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Bookie Busters: The rain man

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  • To make it rain; moisture condensed from the atmosphere that falls visibly in separate drops

or

To simply go into a James Harden like moment and make it "rain" but in the form of bets. The objective is still the same.

Don't mind me... I present to you the Bookie Busters. The objective here is dominating Champions League.

Here we go!

New Plays

642

‪MONTREAL IMPACT VS DEPORTIVO SAPRISSA‬

‪FH over 1 risk 3U ‬
‪Game over 3 2U‬

631 cst

‪GEORGIA @ SOUTH CAROLINA ‬

‪2nd half over 83 2U‬

550 CST

SAMFORD @ WESTERN CAROLINA

FH over 76 3U

game over 161 2U


Central Florida at Connecticut FH under 63 1U


Chattanooga at VMI Over 144 3U MAX


2/26   255 HT UPDATE

LYON VS JUVENTUSOver 2 for game 5U MAX BOMB

2/26   150 CST  

CHAMPS LEAGUE

REAL MADRID VS MANCHESTER CITY

FH over 1 5U MAX

Game over 2.5 5U MAX BOMB

2/25   550 CST

TEXAS TECH @ OKLAHOMA

FH under 64 3U

Game under 138 2U


Hornets +11.5 1U

635

KANSAS STATE @ BAYLOR (#2)

Baylor -8.5 Fh 2U

-14.5 2U

654

Mississippi at Auburn

Auburn 2nd half TT over 38.5 2U

Toledo at Central Michigan 2nd half over 83.5 1u4


Xavier 2nd half TT over 38 3U MAX BOMB

656

Parlay 1U

Xavier 2nd half Tt over 38

Baylor -14.5

Lakers over 238.5

805

MILWAUKEE BUCKS @ TORONTO RAPTORS

Toronto ML 3U 2nd half

838 CST

Parlay 1U

Lakers TT over 123

Kings FH -4

Celtics -3.5 FH


Kins Fh -4 2u

848

Parlay 2U

Alabama at Mississippi State

2nd half over 83.5
Lakers TT over 123

Alabama at Mississippi State

2nd half over 83.5 Over 3U MAX

856 CST

NC State/North Carolina Over 79½ 2nd Half

BOMB

Previous Plays

Hampton at Campbell Over 151 2U

England league one

Peterborough vs Southend

Peterborough FH ML 3U

-1.5 3U

Game over 3. 3U

Jazz / Mavs Over 217.5 3U MAX BOMB

Mavs TT over 108.5 1U

Timberwolves +9. If 8.5 buy the hook 2U

RADFORD @ WINTHROP over 141.5 2U

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This week the NASCAR cup series heads to the world center of racing, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, for the inaugural fourth of July version of the Brickyard 400. This is unprecedented for NASCAR considering over the course of 50 years they are usually in Daytona around this time. While this move was met with a lot of criticism from fans, there is a positive to come from this move though, as the sport will hold their first doubleheader with Indycar. This has been talked about for many years and now it has finally come to fruition. Another new facet of this weekend will be the Xfinity Series running on the road course configuration. This could very well lead to the cup series transitioning from the oval to the road course next season should everything go well when the Xfinity series does it. It will definitely be an interesting weekend.

Last week, Kevin Harvick and Denny Hamlin dominated the first-ever doubleheader at Pocono. The two drivers finished first and second in both races with Harvick taking race one and Hamlin winning race two. Both of these races came down to pit-road strategy as Harvick was able to eke out a victory by taking two tires and fuel while his teammate Aric Almirola took four. The next day Denny Hamlin pretty much had the whole field covered as he went on to claim his fourth victory of the season. Overall, the idea of two races in a weekend went over well but for the racing itself, it was hard to watch. One of the main issues I had was how the drivers didn't have to shift this week. In my opinion, that was what made this track so unique. It was an oval that had road course characteristics and it usually produced some pretty good finishes. Hopefully this will be addressed when the new car makes its debut in 2022.

One of the big stories going into this week is the announcement a couple of weeks ago that NASCAR will be moving their all-star event to Bristol Motor Speedway. Over the past couple of weeks, there has been a whirlwind of news from the Bubba Wallace story at Talladega, to the doubleheader races last week. A lot of this has put this announcement on the back burner but this is a huge story. The race will be held on Wednesday, July 15th as NASCAR continues with midweek races. This is the first time since 1986 that the race will not be run at NASCAR's home track in Charlotte back when it took place at Atlanta Motor Speedway. The format will be pretty much the same as all the winners from 2019 and 2020 will all have an automatic birth into the race while the rest of the field will run in the open event the day before. The main event will feature four stages including a 15 lap closer around one of NASCAR's most popular race tracks. I think this move was long overdue and I hope that they continue with it in the future. Don't get me wrong, there isn't anything wrong with the race at Charlotte but I think a change of pace would be welcomed. I look forward to seeing how this turns out.

As we move on to Indy this weekend, the driver I have winning is Kurt Busch. This weekend will be the 2004 Cup Series champion's 700th career start, and he's won just about every race that there is to be won except this one here at the Brickyard. This week, that is going to change. It hasn't been the most consistent season for the Vegas native, but he still sits tenth in points and right in the thick of the playoff battle. This track isn't his best as he currently has a 19.42 average finish, including a dismal 30th place finish last year. But this week, I think he gets back on track with a victory as he starts second. The veteran has flown under the radar this year, but he has definitely shown spurts where we think he is going to break-out. He also has runs where it seems like him and his team are mid-pack, but there aren't many drivers out there that have the experience he has. And a talented driver like him always finds a way to bounce back. Look for Kurt Busch to take the #1 Monster Energy Camaro to victory lane.

All stats and information used in this article are brought to you by the good folks at driveraverages.com and Racing-Reference.com, the best websites for all NASCAR stats.

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