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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.

New Plays

Coming soon

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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Astros defeat the Mets, 9-6. Photo by Mark Blinch/Getty Images.

Alex Bregman put Houston ahead with a two-run single in the eighth inning, and the surging Astros rallied from five runs down to beat the New York Mets 9-6 on Saturday.

Jake Meyers homered early and Jeremy Peña began the comeback with a two-run double off Mets starter Tylor Megill in a three-run fourth. After its seven-game win streak was snapped Friday night in the series opener, Houston (41-41) won for the 11th time in 15 games.

New York still led 6-4 in the eighth, but a taxed and injury-tattered bullpen minus suspended closer Edwin Díaz couldn't hold on. Mark Vientos homered for the Mets (40-40), who had won four straight and 16 of 20.

Jake Diekman and Reed Garrett (7-3) combined to walk four Houston hitters in the eighth. Garrett threw a run-scoring wild pitch with two outs, then gave up Bregman's go-ahead single on a full-count pitch.

Mauricio Dubón added a two-run double off Danny Young with two outs in the ninth.

Seth Martinez (3-2) pitched a perfect seventh for the win after starter Framber Valdez, hurt by shoddy defense, permitted six runs and 10 hits in 4 2/3 innings.

Ryan Pressly worked a scoreless eighth and Josh Hader got three quick outs for his 12th save in 13 opportunities.

Pete Alonso's two-run single capped a five-run second, when the Mets took advantage of Valdez's error and two other defensive miscues to open a 5-1 lead.

Vientos lined a 429-foot solo homer to center field in the third. Singing sensation Jose Iglesias had three hits for the Mets — two doubles and an RBI infield single.

New York has homered in 12 straight games.

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Astros: RHP Jake Bloss (shoulder discomfort) is scheduled to throw a bullpen Sunday. If it goes well, he might be a candidate to rejoin the rotation after he's eligible to come off the injured list July 7. Bloss got hurt in his major league debut June 21. ... RHP Justin Verlander (neck discomfort) is feeling better and could play catch this week, manager Joe Espada said. ... RHP Luis Garcia (Tommy John surgery) woke up feeling good and is expected to make his next rehab start at a different affiliate. Garcia threw 12 pitches in a perfect inning during his first rehab outing Friday in the rookie-level Florida Complex League.

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Mets RHP Luis Severino (5-2, 3.29 ERA) pitches the series finale Sunday. He is 2-4 with a 4.93 ERA against the Astros and hasn't beaten them since May 2018 with the Yankees. Houston had not announced a starter and could go with a bullpen game.

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