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Gone with the wins, a memory in the rear view is the 2018-19 Football season. It was a wild run for us here on Bookie Busters and I enjoyed every week of the action. With football season coming to an end, we now turn our focus into other sports.

The action never stops with us here at SportsMap, and we look to take our winning ways to the basketball court with the NBA second half of the season and March madness on the horizon. Champions League is also approaching and we have knockout rounds starting next week. The hustle never stops for us, I hope you enjoy the ride year long.

I'm always getting asked about individual sport records or which sports I believe I'm better at. So with football season coming to an end, this seems like a good breaking point for our record keeping. Going forward, Ill try and list the final records by sport. That way we can see where we are hot and where we need to improve. It will be more work this way but I really want to see where we are getting results.

Let's find some angles, It's Ball season

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HANNOVER 96 VS RB LEIPZIG

BTTS over and 2.5 2U -2.4

First half over 1 3U PUSH

Update 533 CST

Northern Kentucky Team Total over73.5 5U +5

Virginia Tech at NC State

First half over 71.5 5U -5.5

Italy

Napoli game over 2.5 2U +2

Netherlands

Updated 1203CST

AJAX VS VVV VENLO

First half over 1.5 5U MAX -5.5

UPDATE 157 CST

Colombia

Equidad at Union Magdalena -

Over 2 3U -3.3

Pelicans/Spurs

first half over 117.5 2U -2.2

C Hogan Over 3 rec 2U -2.6

First half under 27.5 8U +8

Brady Over 2 passing TD 8U -10.2

UPDATE

Patriots TT Over 16.5 5U -5.5

Pats ML- 125 2nd half ( so -3 game) 8U +8

Pool TT Over 2 5U -6

First half pool ML 1U -1.8

Over 3 1U -1.1

Parlay -1.1

Atalanta ML

Pool TT

FA CUP Barnet at Brentford

over 3 5U MAX +5

Dortmund-.5 2U -2.3

South America BOMB The Strongest -1 3U -3.4

The Strongest TT over 2 -3.3

5U First half over 1 7U HOT BREAD -8.4

Game over 2.5 7U HOT BREAD =7.7

MICHIGAN STATE (#9) @ ILLINOIS First half over 72.5 5U +5

Toronto Raptors at Philadelphia 76ers

3rd Q over 56 5U MAX -5.5

first half over 83.5 5U MAX +5

UNC TT FH Over 45.5 3U +3

Full game TT Over 91.5 3U +3

Game over 171.5 3U +3

Blazers -7.5 1U small play

Mexico

UAEM Potros at Monarcas Morelia -

Over 2.5 5U +5

New Plays

2/7

425 CST

South America - Copa Libertadores

ATLÉTICO NACIONAL ML 2U

UPDATE 534 CST

Green Bay vs Cleveland State

GB -2 fist half 1U

UPDATE 748 CST

TORONTO RAPTORS @ ATLANTA HAWKS

3rd Q over 56.5 3U -3.3

2nd half over 114 3U -3.3

TT over 121 .5 -3.3

UPDATE 818 CST

Total Points O/U - Boston Celtics - Live 3rd Quarter TT 28.5 5U MAX -5.5

4th Q over 56.5 3U

Washington ML 2U

Live under 121.5 3U

Celtics FH TT over 63.5 +1






St. Francis PA over 44.5 TT first half 1U Live +1

Basketball 2-0 +13

DENVER NUGGETS @ BROOKLYN NETS

3rd Q over 54.5 5U UPDATED +5

2nd half over 110 8U UPDATED +8

Soccer 2-0-1 +16

Bayern Game Over 3 8U +8

City -1.5 8U +8

TT Over 2 risk 10U PUSH


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The Houston Texans have just a couple of practices before their preseason debut. Here are 11 observations from Tuesday’s workout.

1.The offense stunk on Tuesday. It was inconsistent and resembled more of last year’s disappointing performances than any other practices in this training camp.

2. Davis Mills and his receivers had a few miscommunications on Tuesday. Mills sailed a pass to nobody when he and Brandin Cooks weren’t on the same page. There were some other throws to nowhere in the day. It was something that hadn’t been present at all in training camp to this point.

3. There were a few “good coverage” notes on Tuesday. Not to say there was one specific player, but a handful of team-level efforts that led to the note.

4. It wasn’t all wrong from the offense. After a pass to nowhere Davis Mills and the offense bounced back. It was a second down during a team drill and Mills fired a pass to Chris Moore for six yards. Rex Burkhead would pick up a first down on a rush a play later. A non-positive play last year on first down doomed this team. That hopefully won’t be the case for this year’s team.

5. Chad Beebe is going into his fifth season in the NFL, his first with the Texans. The former Vikings pass catcher has flashed a few times in training camp. He has an uphill battle being new to the team but is trying to make himself a factor.

6. Phillip Dorsett had a big catch over the middle. Davis Mills stood back and delivered as the offensive line held up and Dorsett reeled it in for a huge gain. No defenders were around him. It is between Dorsett and Chris Moore for the chance to be the slot wideout opening day. With Dorsett’s return to practice, it is becoming a fun camp battle.

7.Speaking of returns to practice, Tytus Howard was back. Howard has his reps managed and after practice, offensive line coach George Warhop Howard was “getting his wind” back. When Howard was having his reps managed rookie tackle Austin Deculus played at right tackle. Deculus looks much more consistent than minicamp and OTAs.

8. Kenyon Green is still out with an injury. It is getting to a critical time where the time missed might prevent the first-rounder from starting week one. Max Scharping hasn’t looked bad in his chances with the first team. Offensive line coach George Warhop said they believe in Green and his ability and he has been in meetings to stay up to date.

9. Ka’imi Fairbairn was perfect in one of the special team periods. He drilled all five kicks, each further than the last, and was crushing the football.

10. Derek Stingley was very sticky in some early reps on Nico Collins. The third overall pick is so smooth when he is working. Later his coverage forced a throw from the offense that had no chance of being completed.

11. The play of the day was made by Derek Stingley. The offense was about five or six yards out of the end zone needing a touchdown to win. With six seconds left on the clock, any completed pass that wasn’t a touchdown was game over. Davis Mills dropped back a step and fired to Nico Collins who Stingley covered. The rookie kept the second-year player out of the end zone to earn the defense a win. This was one of the better Stingley days and he did a lot of work. At one point, it looked as though he and Rex Burkhead had some words and almost led to an offense and defense scuffle, but it stayed to just some shouting. The rookie shined today.

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