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Bookie Busters: Championship money

Bookie Busters: Championship money

As we get into the later parts of football seasons, we now know these teams pretty well and you should feel confident in your reads. My advise would be to approach with caution as the games are fewer on the slate, making the numbers sharper. Don't over bet because it's a BIG game, use the same approach as always, stick and move while picking your spots.

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851 CST

TNF Halftime

Bears TT over 9.5 3U 2nd half

12-4 10:10 cst

SACRAMENTO KINGS @ PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS

2nd half over 107.5 5U MAX

12/4 620 CST

Nets vs Hawks

FH over 110.5 5U

Previous Plays

T Cohen over 3.5 receptions 3U

A Miller over 3.5 Receptions 1U

Lions first half TT under 7.5 1U

627

Rockets/Wolves over 230.5 5U MAX

Baylor +10 3U

1043

Lakers -8 2nd half 3U

TT over 55.5 5U

3rd Q -4 3U

3rd Q TT over 27.5 5U MAX

915 CST

Los Angeles Lakers first Q TT over 29.5 3U

Game TT over 112 5U MAX

825 CST

Washington Wizards at Minnesota TimberwolvesOver 116.5 2nd half 3U

Previous Plays

Falcons +14 2U

TT over 19.5 2U

Giants -2.5 2U

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