College basketball offers up a plethora of games to pick from Saturday, and after careful study, we've come up with three College Basketball Plays of the Day to add to our bankroll for Super Bowl Sunday.
Oklahoma owns the recent rivalry with Oklahoma State, winning five of the last six meetings straight-up, covering the spread in eight of the last nine. Tonight the Sooners are underdogs in the betting odds.
Baylor opens as NCAA basketball odds favorite; but neither Baylor or Texas have been very good bets as of late and both teams are struggling in Big 12 play in urgent need of a victory Saturday night.
It's a limited menu in college basketball Friday night, and still we couldn't hold ourselves to just one “Game of Choice” pick. Here's our take on a pair of Pac-12 contests for Friday night.
We had a shot at going 2-0 with our free college basketball picks Wednesday, but ended up with a one-point loss and a push. We'll hope for a little better luck with our College Basketball Plays of the Day for Thursday.
The Association offers a limited betting slate for Thursday, but there's a winner in every game, right? After careful consideration, here's our offering of NBA Plays of the Day for Thursday.
We missed on a couple of road teams Tuesday night, as both GW and Baylor let us down. Not to be deterred, we think we've found value with a pair of road teams for tonight. Here's our College Basketball Plays of the Day for Wednesday- enjoy.
Cleveland is on a 7-0 straight-up, 6-1 against-the-spread run, perhaps finally playing up to expectations. The Cavs will try to keep the good times rolling when they host Portland Tuesday night.
We don't go exclusively with visiting teams for our free college basketball picks; it's just that more often than not, that seems to be where the betting value resides. We came up with three Picks of the Day for Tuesday, and it just so happens they're all visitors.
Toronto is battling for good playoff seeding, while Indiana is struggling through a lost season, The Raptors, 5-0 ATS in their last five meetings with the Pacers.