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Rob V: Tuesday NCAAB Comp Play

Tennessee State vs. Arkansas-Little Rock, 12/10/2019 19:30 EDT

Point Spread: +6½/-115 Tennessee State

Sportsbook: Bookmaker

Tuesday card has a Powerful Double 5* NBA System Side and the NCAAB Game of the Week. College Hoops comp play below.

The NCAAB Comp pLay is on Tennessee St plus to 6 points at 7:30 eastern. Tennessee St has cashed the last 4 as a dog and has home loss revenge for a 83-67 loss to Arkansas Little rock last season. While they are taking points here they are 5-0 vs any team ranked 190 or worse in the RPI Scale and they have a much better RPI Rank than Little Rock who has failed to cover 6 of 7 in non conference games. In fact all of Arkansas Little rocks wins have come against teams ranked 200 or worse in the RPI Scale and they are 1-4 ats as a home favorite from -3 to -6.5 Look for Tennessee ST to cover. On Tuesday we have a powerful hoops card up with a top 5* NBA Double system side and the Triple perfect NCAAB Game of the Week. For the Free play. Go with Tennessee St plus the 6-7 points. RV- GC Sports

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New York vs. Portland, 12/10/2019 22:00 EDT

Total: -105/+218½ Under

Sportsbook: PinnacleSports

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New England vs. Cincinnati, 12/15/2019 13:00 EDT

Point Spread: -9½/-110 New England

Sportsbook: TopBet

The set-up: Yes, Tom Brady has taken a major step back over the second half of the season, but I still think the veteran will have more than enough in the tank to bounce back here in this favorable spot. Off their first home loss since 2017, clearly the Pats are going to be in a foul mood today (I had a play on the Chiefs last Sunday.) It hasn't been all Brady's fault obviously, as he's lacking big time playmakers. That said, a game vs. Andy Dalton and the toothless Bengals is just what the doctor ordered to get untracked in my opinion. With a tough game at home next week vs. a revenge-minded Bills team that's breathing down their neck, it's now or never for Bill Belichick and company in Cincinnati this weekend.

The pick: The Pats have been money in the bank for bettors in this spot for years as well, going 13-2 ATS in their last 15 vs. teams with losing records (which includes going 4-0 ATS this season) and a perfect 3-0 ATS in their last three after having lost two out of their last three SU. The Bengals on the other hand are a money-burning 8-13 ATS in their last 21 at home, including 1-4 already this season. If you'd have asked Brady before the season started if he'd have been satisfied with a 13-3 campaign, I believe he'd have taken it on the spot. With a chance to still do that, I look for New England to finally start the turnaround this weekend. Consider laying the points.

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