Sports B.I.T.- Conference Tourney Primer & Loads Of Free Picks For Weekend Hoops Action

Ted Sevransky

Friday, March 4, 2016 4:17 PM UTC

Friday, Mar. 4, 2016 4:17 PM UTC

Join our preview to look at the best games to bet over the weekend, as we analyze our NCAA basketball picks for Saturday. Let's get ready to win big over the weekend.

The heart of SportsBIT is always the ‘Big Game Breakdowns’, where Pauly and Teddy put a pointspread perspective on the top upcoming matchups, those ‘must watch’ TV showdowns. For this weekend preview show, Teddy and Pauly put the focus on the biggest games for Saturday, although they start off talking about the Hornets – Pacers matchup on Friday Night. Very quietly, waaaay underneath the radar, Kemba Walker and the Charlotte Hornets have gotten healthy again…and they’ve started to win: 10-3 SU, 9-4 ATS in their last 13 games. They beat the Pacers in both previous meetings, but they were underdogs each time.  This time they’re laying points though…..

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The Cavs – Celtics game on Saturday also goes under the microscope for close investigation. Teddy and Pauly used Boston at 17:1 to win the Eastern Conference as a Play of the Day last month, talking about the complete coaching mismatch between Brad Stevens and Tyrone Lue in a seven game series as well as the confidence level that Boston has on this floor against a team they beat right here the last time these two teams met. But the Cavs will certainly remember being on a wrong end of a brutal last ten seconds, punctuated by Avery Bradley’s game winning three pointer at the buzzer; a legitimate revenge spot for the home favorite.

And the SportsBIT cohosts take a hard look at a pair of college hoops battles in ACC action on Saturday: Louisville vs. Virginia and Duke vs. North Carolina.  Both Pauly and Teddy expect this to be Rick Pitino’s last game ever on the Louisville sidelines, and it might not be pretty against a Cavaliers team that absolutely destroyed the Cardinals in the first meeting.  Meanwhile, North Carolina’s dismal guard play cost them dearly in the first meeting against Duke, but the series history does not bode well for the winner of the first meeting in the regular season rematch.

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Let’s not forget bad beats, bad bets, Tom Brady, Deflategate, a primer on how to bet Conference Tournaments and the Play of the Day to close out the show. 

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