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Bookie Busters: Bo the Baker

Bookie Busters: Bo the Baker
Time to haul in some bread. Credit: Getty Images

The smell of fresh bread is in the air, and we having been baking dough. Hot, doesn't describe the run we've been on, it's been insane. Considering the timing that's leading us into the football season, the boost to your bankroll is a plus and action never hurt anybody, right?


Be careful with regression, as hot as you can get, the lines always try to catch up. Football is around the corner, plan accordingly.

Good luck!

New Plays

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1115

Sparta Rotterdam at Den Haag - Holland Eredivisie

Over 3 5U MAX BOMB

Smash it

Previous Plays

Braves ML 1U

Angels ML 3U

Astros -1.5 game 2 risk 3U

8/13 120 CST

PAOK at Ajax - UEFA Champions League 3rd Qualifying Round

5 dimes has over 3 -156

5U MAX BOMB SMASH THIS BET

FH over 1/1.5 Asian line 5U MAX

350 cst

Uruguay

Penarol Montevideo at Defensor Sporting

Over 2.5/3 Asian line 5U MAX

Parlay 1U

Red Bull/Madrid over 1.5 FH

Astros -1.5

For any questions or comments reach me @JerryBoKnows Twitter.

Be sure to check out my show MoneyLine with Josh Jordan on ESPN 97.5. We're on every Sunday from 10-noon, and we'll talk a lot of fantasy football and NFL gambling. Also, be sure to follow us @Moneyline975 on Twitter.

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Rockets defeat Clippers, 116-105 Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images.

Rookie Cam Whitmore scored 21 points and the Houston Rockets beat the playoff-bound Los Angeles Clippers 116-105 on Sunday to finish at .500 season and avoid a fourth straight losing season.

Rookie Amen Thompson had a triple-double of 18 points, 11 rebounds and a career-high 10 assists for the already eliminated Rockets, who finished 41-41 in coach Ime Udoka's first season. Houston was 22-60 last year and 20-62 in 2022.

The Pacific Division champion and fourth-seeded Clippers are headed to the playoffs, where they'll meet Luka Donic and the fifth-seeded Dallas Mavericks in the first round next weekend.

Terance Mann scored 24 points and Amir Coffey added 18 for the Clippers in their last regular-season game at Crypto.com Arena. It's where they've juggled dates with the Lakers and NHL’s Kings since 1999. The team is moving to its new Intuit Dome in Inglewood next season.

The Clippers couldn't avoid their first three-game losing streak since James Harden's first game with the team, when they lost six in a row from Nov. 1-14.

Clippers superstar Kawhi Leonard missed his eighth straight game because of right knee inflammation. The team went 4-4 over that stretch.

Coach Tyronn Lue gave his usual opaque answers about Leonard’s status for the upcoming playoffs before the game. “We’ll see. He feels OK,” said Lue, who, when asked if Leonard has been working out, said, “He’s been doing a little something.”

Also sitting out for the Clippers were Paul George, Harden, Ivica Zubac, Russell Westbrook, Norman Powell and Bones Hyland, who scored a combined 64 points in his previous three games.

Xavier Moon had 14 points, six rebounds and six assists in his first career start for the Clippers. Moon, a 6-footer, beat 7-foot-4 Boban Marjanovic in a jump ball in the fourth. They matched up again and Marjanovic stuck out his long arm to poke the ball away from Moon.

“He's a big boy,” said Clippers assistant Dan Craig who coached the game, “but X got that jump ball against him.”

Marjanovic scored 13 points in 12 minutes of the fourth. The former Clipper delighted the fans when he smilingly missed two free throws to ensure they would receive free chicken sandwiches.

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