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Last article I spoke about the word grind and what this game requires to be able to find success. This week we did just that and found a ton of winners. A 20-7 run is what we bring in our bag and now we look to continue our good fortune into the holiday weekend. Let's see if we can find some winners.

New Plays

Tuesday NBA 645 CST

Nets/Sixers FH over 113.5 3U


Warriors TT 3rd Q over 29.5 8U



First half 3U

Game over 2.5 5U


Juventus TT over 1.5 5U
FH over 1 3U

Previous Plays 20-7 run

Warriors FH TT over 64 5u WIN

Juventus /Ajax Juventus ML -150 10U MAX LOSS

FH over 1 5U WIN

Game over 2.5 2U WIN

Ronaldo First goal 1U +250 WIN

Ronaldo Goal header +650 WIN

1U Ronaldo anytime goal 5U WIN

Juventus TT over 1.5 3U LOSS

AJAX TT over 1 1U WIN

Parlay 5U -120

Juventus TT over 1 -400 Barca/United FH over 1 -210 WIN/PUSH

Barcelona TT over 3.5 5U LOSS

Juve /Ajax over 4 8U WIN

Raptors TT over 111 10U MAX PUSH

small parlay 1 U Toronto -7 FH SAS/Den Under 210 OKC/POR Over 223 LOSS

Porto/Liverpool Both teams to score 5U WIN

Mane scores goal 3U WIN

City / Tottenham Over 3 10U MAX BOMB WIN

Both teams to score and over 2.5 +105 5U WIN

Man City ML First half 5U WIN

Aguero goal 5U WIN

First half over 1 -210 Risk 10U WIN

Detroit Pistons at Milwaukee Bucks Under 215.5 2U LOSS


Philadelphia 76ers at Brooklyn Nets Nets TT over 113 8U WIN

First half over 117.5 8U WIN

Rockets TT over 110.5 3U C.Paul points+assists over 23½ 1U LOSS

Europa Frankfurt vs Benfica o3 10U MAX LOSS

Sixers/Nets over 226.5 10U live WIN

Spurs – 2.5 FH 5UWIN

20-7 L27

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Houston drops the game to Arizona

D-backs outslug Greinke and Astros to take series opener

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With the series win over the Rangers by taking two of three games in the middle of the week, the Astros welcomed the Diamondbacks to Minute Maid Park for a three-game weekend series, Houston's final three regular-season home games. Here is how the opener unfolded:

Final Score: Diamondbacks 6, Astros 3.

Record: 25-26, second in the AL West.

Winning pitcher: Zac Gallen (2-2, 3.00 ERA).

Losing pitcher: Luis Garcia (0-1, 2.53 ERA).

Houston scores first, but Arizona grabs a lead against Greinke

Houston would get on the board first on Friday night, with George Springer reaching base in the bottom of the first on an error, moving to second on a walk, then to third on a single, as the Astros loaded the bases with no out to threaten a big inning. Instead, they would come away with just one run, with Springer taking home on a wild pitch, grabbing the 1-0 lead, but leaving runs on the table.

They doubled their lead in the bottom of the third, getting a two-out RBI-double by Kyle Tucker to make it a 2-0 Houston lead. The D-backs responded in the top of the fourth, getting back-to-back singles to lead off the inning before a three-run homer by Kole Calhoun off of Zack Greinke would put Arizona in front, 3-2. Greinke would finish one more inning before Houston would move to their bullpen, striking out the side to bring his total to nine on the night, making the bad fourth inning the one blemish on his night. His final line: 5.0 IP, 6 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 0 BB, 9 K, 1 HR, 89 P.

Astros tie it, but D-backs take the opener

George Springer would get Greinke off the hook in the bottom of the fifth, leading off the half-inning with a solo bomb to tie the game at 3-3. Luis Garcia was first out of Houston's bullpen and retired Arizona in order for a 1-2-3 inning in the top of the sixth. He returned for the top of the seventh but would allow a leadoff single, RBI-triple, and wild pitch to bring in two runs. He would face two more batters, allowing a double and getting a strikeout, before Dusty Baker would come out to get him, now down 5-3.

Blake Taylor would make his return from the IL after Garcia, getting back-to-back outs to finish the inning. He continued on in the 5-3 game in the top of the eighth, but allowed a one-out solo homer to Calhoun, his second of the night and fourth RBI. That made it a 6-3 D-backs lead, which would go final as Houston would go scoreless after Springer's home run back in the fifth.

Up Next: The middle game of this three-game set will start Saturday at 6:10 PM Central. The pitching matchup will be Luke Weaver (1-7, 6.70 ERA) for Arizona and Cristian Javier (4-2, 3.22 ERA) for Houston.

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